About Sze L
Lives in Hong Kong, China
Since Jul 2014
18-24 year old female
Ling Ling Sze A Hong Kong local girl. “There may be a great fire in our soul, yet no one ever comes to warm himself at it, and the passers-by see only a wisp of smoke.” ― Vincent van Gogh Travel experience: Brunei, Philippines, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, London, Turkey, Moscow
Theme Parks, Aquariums
Children's Museums, Art Galleries, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Art Museums
Other Fun & Games
Ocean Park is the biggest and best-known theme park in Hong Kong. With gut-wrenching rides, lots of animals, and special performances, it offers something for everyone in the family, however exciting or peaceful a visit you're looking for.
Shaped like a dumbbell, Cheung Chau Island is small, quiet, and fun. The streets are car-free, the beach is clean and beautiful, and people ride bikes everywhere. Here you'll find cheap food - from big fish balls to iced desserts - and plenty of great attractions, including a Mini Great Wall and the cave of famous historic pirate, Cheung Po Tsai.
The highest rated museum in town, the Hong Kong Science Museum is full of interactive, hands-on exhibits to excite the whole family, from memory tests to a miniature submarine to virtual reality.
Ever dream of going back to old Hong Kong or jumping like the Spiderman from the top of a skyscraper? You can do all that and more at the Hong Kong 3D Museum, which offers visitors the opportunity to interact with each of its fantastic 3D paintings. The “Love Journey” section is a perfect playground for parents, while the “Imaginary Wonderland” allows kids to engage with all sorts of creative elements.
Some may think that the Hong Kong Disneyland is too tiny, but even this smallest of the Disney parks has all the things you could want in Disney - plus some attractions unique to the Hong Kong park, like “Fantasy Gardens” and "Mystic Point." And don't miss the chance to take a photo of Mulan. You can only see her in Hong Kong too!
Mapopo Community Farm is a local farm aimed at promoting sustainable farming methods. In addition to an outdoor market, the farm offers tours and activities ranging from farming workshops to bread-making classes - a fun and relaxing way to learn all about health and green science. (I went to the Bella Sapone Handmade Soap Workshop, which was great!)
A great place to learn about organic farming, Tai Tong Lychee Garden is also packed with other activities - from barbecues, pony rides, and petting zoos, to fruit picking, rope courses, and catching fish. I took my little cousins, who previously disliked all sorts of fruit, but they soon changed their tune after trying the fruit here (maybe because they were the ones who picked it!).
The only licensed organic dairy farm in Hong Kong, Fanling Cow Garden feeds its cows with 100% organic grasses. Kids can learn about the entire milk production process and then taste the fresh, delicious product straight from the cow!