Hong Kong Coliseum usually hold events such as musical and sports. This place is especially popular among locals for its lightings in the night time. The lighting is very colourful which may interest some tourists paying a visit.
The easiest way to reach Hong Kong Coliseum is by MTR. In my opinion, MTR is unbeatable when it comes to convenience and speed. We can actually arrive Hong Kong Coliseum immediately after Hung Hum MTR Exit D3. Minibus, bus, taxi also available at our disposal.
Hong Kong Coliseum is actually not a tourist spot which is only an interesting place for photographers and someone love lightings at night time especially for architecture enthusiasts.
Lighting at night time outside the area of the stadium is beautiful as well as its architecture. Going back to the MTR station, we may pay a visit to The Hong Kong Polytechnic University to appreciate its round shaped architecture structures and PolyU Clock Tower next to Chan Sui Wai Building.
There are few spots close to the MTR station may worthwhile for us to pay a visit. After Exit D1, we can locate a bridge ahead. The bridge has three divisions near the end. The left is heading to Urban Centenary Garden. The center is heading to Hong Kong Museum of History and Hong Kong Science Museum. The right is heading to The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
For those who is interested in paranormal Activities, you may be interested in paying a visit the parlors at Cheong Hang Road. However, we need to bare our own risk during the exploration. Another spot for paranormal investigation is Goddess of Mercy (Kwun Yum) Temple at Station Lane. A rumor among locals saying that ghosts haunting the temple after midnight.
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.
Save hours researching attractions and navigating public transport by having a driver to take you to Shanghai's best sites. Highlights include The Yuyuan Garden, taking part in a tea ceremony, a dim sum lunch, visiting the French Concession, and The Bund.