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  • 1

    Victoria Peak

    184 reviews

    This is a must see when you visit this city. There is a tram which you can take to go up if it is not down for maintenance. The views of the city are great unless, like we had, the fog obscures the view. Nice shopping and restaurants are available.

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  • 2

    Star Ferry

    97 reviews

    An essential part of the HK experience! Easy to navigate (an Octopus card helps, but otherwise you need coins). A great way to see the city from the Harbor and get from place to place in style! Kids love it too.

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  • 3

    Victoria Harbour

    68 reviews

    A glittering harbor filled alongside lit-up skyscrapers, Victoria Harbour is one of Hong Kong's defining landmarks. If you get the chance, take a boat, ferry, or junk boat (night time is preferably better) and witness Hong Kong in all its cosmopolitan glory.

    Popular withHistoryNightlifeLocal
  • 4

    Ocean Park

    70 reviews

    I think Ocean Park is better than Disney plus their item n food price is more reasonable n location is better too with cold wind blow n nice mountain view n u better have two days if u wish finish it but not for Disney.

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorStudents
  • 5

    Lan Kwai Fong

    71 reviews

    Haven't been here in a few years but certainly a fun place to go. A lot of locals and foreigners go for the clubs and bars.

    Popular withNightlifeTrendstersLocal
  • 6

    Avenue of Stars

    73 reviews

    Love the view and i love the crowd. Go to the starbucks to have a great taste of coffee while resting your legs after travelling

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  • 7

    Tsim Sha Tsui

    59 reviews

    Easily accessible, Tsim Sha Tsui is a dynamic district for gourmands in Kowloon. Many four- and five-star hotels boast the highest quality restaurants, some with stunning harbour views across the water to Hong Kong Island.

    Popular withLocalNightlifeFoodies
  • 8

    A Symphony of Lights

    56 reviews

    Fun to watch from the Kowloon side, particularly from the lobby of the Intercon or from the Avenue of the Stars. You could also go to the top of the Peninsula Hotel and catch it from the Felix, but it's often crowded.

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  • 9

    Temple Street Night Market

    53 reviews

    AKA Men's market...not as good as the Ladies' market but still a good place to get some deals on apple accessories and souvenirs. MUST negotiate. It's supposed to open at 4pm but all the stores don't open until after the sun sets.

    Popular withNightlifeBudgetFamilies
  • 10

    Stanley Market

    50 reviews

    Stanley is a great place to spend a day...browse the market stalls then walk along the waterfront where the renovated StanleybPlaza has finally bought some decent coffee (The Cupping Room opposite Taste being the best). There's also Classified or Saffron for breakfast or lunch, a Starbucks, and Stan Cafe on the top floor which also has good coffee and the ...

    Popular withLocalFamiliesBudget
  • 11

    MTR

    33 reviews

    Something I know I can count on. Efficient, clean, safe and affordable. Thorough network that is easy to understand. Announcement and written instructions are multilingual. Very tourist-friendly.

    Popular withFamiliesBackpackersBudget
  • 12

    Nathan Road

    44 reviews

    This is a main road. You can walk up and down this road and it will take you through different cities. Go exploring on foot. It's fun

    Popular withLocalFoodiesBudget
  • 13

    Ngong Ping 360

    31 reviews

    Awesome cable car ride to the mountains! Once you get to the village, climb 268 steps to the large bronze buddha. Also, do visit the "Wisdom Path" - a breathtaking place where large woods form the number 8 symbolizing infinity.

    Popular withFamiliesAdventureBackpackers
  • 14

    Big Buddha

    30 reviews

    A nice day trip from Hong Kong. The buddha is nice but the real attraction to me is the views of the surrounding island. This is definitely a manufactured attraction -- the Buddha is new and the faux Chinese village / strip mall at the base really detracts from the experience. The Daibutsu in Kamakura may be smaller but is ...

    Popular withOutdoorSpiritualLocal
  • 15

    Ladies Market

    38 reviews

    I've always heard about Ladies Market in travel documentaries, but I finally checked it out during my visit to Hong Kong. I couldn't find anything I wanted to buy, but it's definitely a spot that you want to see when you're in Hong Kong because the street market represents the Chinese culture and Hong Kong's economic freedom reflecting its thriving ...

    Popular withBudgetLocalFamilies
  • 16

    IFC Mall

    31 reviews

    Relatively new mega mall with great high end shopping and a number of nice restaurants and bars. If you are going to mall it, this is one of the better options.

    Popular withLuxuryTrendstersLocal
  • 17

    Mid-levels Escalator

    31 reviews

    Haha, totally random thing, but fun to go up and down. There were over 20 segments I think. There's a lot to stop by along the way, whether you want to eat, shop, or get a beauty treatment. I imagine in the mornings most of the people are headed to work, but at night people are bar-hopping and enjoying the ...

    Popular withLocalBudgetFamilies
  • 18

    Lamma Island

    25 reviews

    To get away from the hustle and bustle of HongKong, the modern city, may I introduce to you Lamma Island, Hong Kong, the island getaway? Lamma Island is located only about a half hours ferry ride regularly serviced from Central Piers in downtown HKG. This Island was a sleepy fishing village yet now is more developed into a relaxing hippish ...

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  • 19

    Causeway Bay

    29 reviews

    I used to call Causeway Bay the Ginza of Hong Kong, the Time Square of Hong Kong, or even the Picadilly Circus of Hong Kong, now, I think it definitely stands on its own and be the Causway Bay of Hong Kong. It is a very interesting area where it is crowded most of the time. It is interesting because ...

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  • 20

    Central

    30 reviews

    As the name indicates, Central is the middle of Hong Kong. 3 MTR lines converge here and form one of the biggest stations in the world. There's a lot of East meets West here.

    Popular withLuxuryNightlifeFoodies
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