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  • 1

    Victoria Peak

    181 reviews

    Views are breath taking. There is a shopping center there also. I wish I took the tram up to the peak. I think I wan t to also go at night.

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  • 2

    Star Ferry

    96 reviews

    One of the defining cultural and historic symbols of Hong Kong. Expats and locals young and old will forever remember this old school mode of transport that is still a fun leisure way of making it across to the Kowloon Peninsula (provided that you do not travel during rush hour). Kids will love riding at the upper deck at the ...

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  • 3

    Victoria Harbour

    68 reviews

    One of the most iconic urban scenes in the world. It is awe-stricking just flying in, but also impressive from the water, and the tops of the buildings which provide its backdrop. Definitely see it at night too.

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  • 4

    Ocean Park

    69 reviews

    This is a great spot for kids and adults alike. If you are visiting from out of town, avoid Sundays if you can (when a lot of locals visit) or public holidays. Many locals also go in the afternoons and stay through the evening, so we often go early when it opens (10am) with the kids and get out before ...

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  • 5

    Lan Kwai Fong

    70 reviews

    Even if you don't like going clubbing, LKF is a sight to see. (If you do, this is *the* place to go in HK). This is where the expats and HK elite gather to mingle. On a typical Friday or Saturday night, the open streets are crowded with hip people from all over the world. Head to the 7-11 on ...

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  • 6

    Avenue of Stars

    71 reviews

    Nice walk along the harbour away from the buzz of Kowloon. Not sure the Bruce Lee statue is the best bit. Peaceful with good views of Hong Kong proper.

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  • 7

    Tsim Sha Tsui

    58 reviews

    Probably not the best place for pedestrians who think they own the road, especially if they come from a country where cars drive on the right. Very lively and diverse, nonetheless. Check out Knutsford Terrace nearby for a selection of bars/restaurants.

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  • 8

    A Symphony of Lights

    55 reviews

    I think the Symphony of Lights show is nice but not a must. The view at night is already quite a sight. Too few buildings participate in the event so it is cool, but not jaw dropping. If you're not into crowds, just get there at 8:30p when everybody has left and enjoy the awesome skyline. The light show really ...

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  • 9

    Temple Street Night Market

    52 reviews

    I went to the Temple Street Night Market and was amazed at the seemingly endless stands and tables filled with vendors and sellers. All types of things were being sold here, from clothes, souvenirs, to other assorted knick knacks. It's a lively place to go at night and a prime opportunity to stock up on souvenirs.

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  • 10

    Stanley Market

    50 reviews

    People say it's touristy but I like going to this laid back part of the island with friends or family ideally on weekend - there are plenty of cosy restaurants in the area. I don't normally buy things here but if you have time, check out the market as well.

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  • 11

    Nathan Road

    43 reviews

    One of the main streets on the Kowloon side in HK. Lots of hotels, shop and restaurants. Just be careful of the crowds moving up and down the street.

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  • 12


    31 reviews

    Every transit authority ought to take a gander at the beauty that is the Hong Kong MTR. From HK island to way up Kowloon into Sha Tin, you can get to so many places with this subway system. The only downside is that everyone uses it, so stations during rush hour can be maddeningly packed.

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  • 13

    Ngong Ping 360

    31 reviews

    NP 360 is a cable car that goes over the water after you get off the yellow MTR line. Pretty cool experience on your way to seeing Lantau Island.

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  • 14

    Big Buddha

    29 reviews

    I am not Buddhist. However, this place is truly a sight to see. The Buddha is so large and can be seen from miles away. To truly grasp the size, one must visit the site. It is a marvel and the people there are proud of it. The nearby village is just a tourist shopping area. There are a couple ...

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  • 15

    Mid-levels Escalator

    31 reviews

    Mid-Levels Escalators are the longest outdoor escalator system in the world. It was placed to help ease traffic congestion in the area. The escalators only run one way during a specific time of the day so be ready for a lot of walking. At the side of the escalators are restaurants and bars (you wouldn't have to worry when you ...

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  • 16

    Ladies Market

    37 reviews

    The energy & business of Mong Kok is captured in Ladies' Market. It has definitely become a tourist trap & in no longer the great bargain that is once was. However, it's still a worthwhile shop. Do remember, it's cash only.

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  • 17

    IFC Mall

    30 reviews

    IFC Mall is a huge multi-level mall located in Central Hong Kong. It's based at the Central Hong Kong MTR station and is ideal for those that want to shop till they drop. Most, if not all the stores are luxury brand and is ideal for those that want to partake in upscale shopping.

    Popular withLuxuryTrendstersLocal
  • 18

    Lamma Island

    25 reviews

    Quite traditional, Lamma Island. All the small village feel of Hong Kong away from the big city.

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  • 19


    30 reviews

    The bustling Central District of Hong Kong is the center of finance, shopping, and dining...not only of this compact city, but also a major one of the world!

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  • 20

    Causeway Bay

    28 reviews

    We stayed here. Quite a busy street

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