These major resources are pretty helpful for you to gain a picture of local history and development of Hong Kong. Enjoy!
The official website provides a glance of local history in Hong Kong. It is extremely useful because it enlists different periods of Hong Kong in its development from ancient time to modern age.
Technically, I believe this is the biggest project ever the local government in Hong Kong ever has! An enormous collection of photos and videos about culture and history are out there!
Their official website does not provide too much interesting things enticing people going in to browse their website. However, you may find few interesting exhibitions and activities.
This place provides a very wide range of collections about Hong Kong history and development with various materials.
This official website provides virtual tours and into temples under their umbrella that you do not actually need a physical visit to their temples alongside with photos and descriptions.
A very useful source for history and archaeology enthusiasts to dig out more interesting facts about the history and development of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Public Libraries are great portals. The major ones are Hong Kong Central Library, Kowloon Public Library and City Hall Public Library.
Outside tourist spots, there are display boards showing history and development of the tourist spots. Sometimes, they provide leaflets for free inside the premise!
Hong Kong China Asia Culture History
Private Hangzhou Day Trip from Shanghai by Bullet Train
Take in the highlights of beautiful Hangzhou on a private full-day tour from Shanghai. After hotel pickup and transfer by high-speed train to Hangzhou, your private guide takes you to visit city attractions, such as West Lake, Faxi temple. Moreover, enjoy a tasty lunch at a local restaurant before heading to Longjing tea plantation .
Layover Tour: Shanghai Overview with Maglev Train & Dim Sum
In this 8-hour tour, Start from airport pickup, you can choose to visit the most significant spots, such as the Bund, French Concession, Yu Garden Bazaar, Shanghai Tower as well as taste delicious Shanghai dim sum. In addition, you will experience Maglev train at 430 km/hr speed on the way back to the airport just in 7 minutes.