Hong Kong, a unique destination that has absorbed people and cultural influences from various places. Once in Hong Kong there’s a lot to do and explore in this city. Some of the major attractions here are Avenue of Stars where you have to look down to appreciate the city's walk of fame. Here countless local film stars have pawed the wet concrete. Then you have the world famous amusement park, the Disneyland home to Mickey Mouse. It’s the best place for children and for the grown ups as well. One can even visit an aquatic theme park called the Ocean Park in Aberdeen. Here you can see the dolphins and seals perform, and can take thrilling rides like the gravity-defying Abyss Turbo. Just east of Ocean Park you will find a lovely beach called Deep Water Bay. It's a good place to have a barbecue or swim under the watchful eye of a lifeguard. They say the only way to get to know a place is to do what the locals do. So when you in Hong Kong, just shop. For most people in this city, shopping is a leisure activity, whether it could be picking out a four-figure party dress or upgrading a cell phone or choosing the freshest fish for dinner. There are many departmental stores, shopping malls, art galleries, electronic stores, etc. Hong Kong has everything that a family will needs for a memorial vacation.