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Autism-Friendly Attractions in Hong Kong


A photo of Hong Kong with a ferris wheel there is a title that reads Autism-Friendly Attractions in Hong Kong.  This post contains affiliate links, I earn a small commission if you decide to purchase something, this helps me keep blog posts like this one and running the site!Whether you're up for a magical day at Hong Kong Disneyland, soaking in the rich culture, exploring sights, or indulging in delicious cuisine, there's no shortage of excitement.

Hong Kong is a blast for families looking to create lasting memories. Whether you're up for a magical day at Hong Kong Disneyland, soaking in the rich culture, exploring sights, or indulging in delicious cuisine, there's no shortage of excitement. Let's dive into some top autism-friendly activities for your next family trip to Hong Kong!


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Autism-Friendly Attractions in Hong Kong


1. Hong Kong Disneyland: Of course, this tops the list! With the recent addition of the World of Frozen, there's even more enchantment to explore. Don't miss out on the Castle of Magical Dreams or classic rides like Dumbo the Flying Elephant. Remember to sign up for the Disability Access Pass at City Hall to skip the queues, or consider a VIP tour for the ultimate Disney experience.



2. Beach Day: Despite being a bustling metropolis, Hong Kong boasts some beautiful beaches. For crystal-clear waters, Trio Beach is your best bet. Turtle Cove Beach offers calm waters, while Shek O Beach has nearby cafes for refueling between swims.


3. Peak Tram Ride: Take a breather with a ride on the iconic Peak Tram. Enjoy panoramic views from the top and explore the Peak Circle Walk or let the kids burn off energy at the playground.


4. Park Relaxation: Kowloon Park and Hong Kong Park offer serene escapes amidst the city bustle. Kowloon Park features rock waterfalls and resident turtles, while Hong Kong Park boasts a six-level play space and a bird aviary.


5. Star Ferry: Hop aboard the historic Star Ferry for a scenic journey from Central to Kowloon or Wan Chai to Kowloon. Opt for the upper deck for the best views.


6. Street Market Shopping: Dive into the vibrant street markets of Sham Shui Po and Tai Yuen Street in Wan Chai for unique finds and local treasures. Don't miss Temple Street Night Market and Stanley Market for more shopping delights.


7. Hong Kong Science Museum: On a hot or rainy day, explore the wonders of science at the Hong Kong Science Museum. With hands-on exhibits and interactive experiences, it's educational fun for the whole family.


8. Ngong Ping 360: Soar above the scenery on the Ngong Ping 360 cable car to reach the Big Buddha in Ngong Ping Village. Opt for the glass-bottom cable car for extra excitement and stunning views.


9. Pink Dolphin Watching: Embark on a dolphin-watching adventure to catch a glimpse of these fascinating creatures. Book tickets in advance for a memorable ocean excursion.


10. Kid-Friendly Local Eats: Treat your taste buds to local delights like egg waffles, pineapple buns, wonton noodle soup, and egg tarts – perfect for adventurous young eaters.


11. Kite Flying: Head to Sai Kung Promenade or Tai Hang Tun in Clearwater Bay Country Park for perfect kite-flying spots without the hassle of tangled trees.


12. Monkey Spotting at Kam Shan Country Park: Visit Kam Shan Country Park to observe wild macaques, but keep personal items secured as these mischievous monkeys love to snatch souvenirs.


These are just a few autism-friendly activities to enjoy in Hong Kong. Let's connect and tailor your vacation to ensure it's a stress-free and unforgettable experience for your family.


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