HONG KONG is one of the tourist destinations for families who want to find a vacation spot full of attractions and culinary options. No wonder this country is a favorite of many people

This ever-changing and dynamic city always has new sights for visitors and families looking for fun entertainment. Some tourist attractions were also beautified to attract foreign tourists.

For travelers who are planning a vacation at the end of the year, they can enter the name of Hong Kong in their stopover place. The following are some of the new attractions that Hong Kong has to offer for a family vacation, as quoted from the official Hong Kong Tourism Board broadcast.

Castle of Magical Dreams at Hong Kong Disneyland
This place has just launched its newest castle, the Castle of Magical Dreams, which is inspired by Disney Princesses and Queens. Next to the new castle is a spectacular night view entitled “Momentous”, where large-scale projections illuminate the castle, turning it into an inspiring narrative featuring Disney’s beloved characters.

The Peak
To fully enjoy Hong Kong’s iconic skyline, take a trip on the newly upgraded Peak Tram. It’s the ultimate experience to see Insta-worthy views of Victoria Harbor flanked by skyscrapers, the Kowloon peninsula and verdant mountain peaks.

The Peak Tower is also home to Madame Tussauds, the Peak Galleria and Monopoly Dreams, the world’s first Monopoly-themed attraction, which will bring fun to every member of the family.

Water World Ocean Park Hong Kong
After four years of construction, Hong Kong’s Water World Ocean Park finally opened to the public late last year. Water World is Asia’s only year-round water park, nestled between rolling hills and stunning views of the South China Sea.

Tourists can enjoy more than 27 different attractions at this water park, including a trio of thrilling slides that can take visitors through a 58-meter loop, freefall, and slide to test their adrenaline.

Nissin Cup Noodle Museum
Noodle lovers will definitely enjoy the delightful Nissin Cup Noodle Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui. This interactive space features several exhibits highlighting classic Nissin Cup Noodles and all-time favourites.

The museum also offers visitors the opportunity to make their own version of Nissin Cup Noodles at My CUPNOODLES Factory, where guests can choose their own ingredients, and even design their own packaging.

LEGOLAND Discovery Center
Hong Kong’s largest indoor LEGO playground is home to 10 LEGO-themed play areas ranging from Kingdom Quest to LEGO friends and more.

This 30,000-square-foot playground boasts 1.5 million LEGO creations featuring iconic Hong Kong landmarks like the Star Ferry and Central Pier! Family visitors can also indulge their eyes by viewing their favorite movie characters in 4D and making epic LEGO creations with LEGO creation experts.

Singapore’s award-winning indoor educational amusement park opened its first overseas venue in Hong Kong in September. This 12,000-square-foot playroom features eight original cartoon characters who will guide children through 15 main play zones, where it’s possible to learn arts and crafts, speech and drama, role-playing, and more. [antaranews/photo special]