Hong Kong Heritage Museum
“If you want to explore the diverse cultures of Hong Kong, I recommend the Hong Kong Heritage Museum. You’ll be able to learn about Hong Kong’s ‘living heritage’ such as its cultural traditions through recordings and videos of everyday life. Don’t forget to spend extra time enjoying the scenery on the banks of Shing Mun River afterwards,” says So.
– Frenda So, a semi-retired accounting tutor
Madame Tussauds Hong Kong
“I recommend going to Madame Tussauds Hong Kong at The Peak. A fun wax museum for all ages, you get to see and take photos with music icons as well as famous movie and sport stars. If you’re feeling tired, grab a coffee and Hokkaido ice cream while taking photos at the Selfie Gallery,” says Wu.
– Parco Wu, Founder and Managing Director of PW CPA & Co.
Hong Kong Science Museum
“Hong Kong Science Museum has been my all-time favourite museum. It is a magical place that illustrates many scientific theories with simple everyday life examples and is also suitable for all ages. This is the kind of museum that stimulate people’s curiosity and creativity,” says Siu.
– Kinki Siu, Vice President, Sales Management and Strategic Planning at DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Limited