Striving through the lit skyline and flaunting some of the world’s most exotic hotels - Hong Kong is a city always young at heart. The New York of Asia, is what they call it, was once just a small fisherman village. Gaining a 99-year-lease from the Great Britain during the second opium war, the city has the largest number of skyscrapers in the world. Though the earlier settlements were constructed in the Cantonese architecture, most of the modern structures in the city are impacted by the contemporary architecture. The iconic Lantau Island is the backbone of the city featuring its one-of-its-kind side. The island fulfils all sorts of attractions - culture, history, nature and recreation, keeping the city’s major visiting spots. Hong Kong Disneyland is an all time bucket list option, can be coupled with visiting the enchanting Po Lin Monastery with the serene Big Buddha statue in the background. A trace of an old-school fisherman settlement can still be found here, known as Tai O - having typical stilt wooden houses. Visiting Hong Kong without eating a Bao (Cantonese steamed bread is something), is not visiting the city at all! Hong Kong-styled Milk Tea has been a culinary importance of the city ranking 4th on Top Eat 100.