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  • 1

    Victoria Peak

    1 Lugard Road, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong
    4.5
    179 reviews

    If I only had the time to do one thing in Hong Kong, I would choose take the tram up Victoria Peak again. This is not just a must do in Hong Kong, but THE must do. For the most awe inspiring view of the most dazzling skyline in the world - this is the place. If the experience of ...

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  • 2

    Star Ferry

    Star Ferry, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
    4.5
    96 reviews

    The travel experts are right. If this is not on your bucket list, it should be. Wonderful old style ferry used to cross the harbour less than 50p a trip. About £15 for a tour around the entire island.

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  • 3

    Victoria Harbour

    Edinburgh Place, Hong Kong
    4.5
    68 reviews

    One of the most impressive harbor fronts I've ever seen. Smog-aside, you can't miss it. Be sure to take the Star Ferry and visit Tsim Sha Tsui for the best views.

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  • 4

    Ocean Park

    Ocean Park Road, Hong Kong Hong Kong
    4.5
    68 reviews

    I visited Ocean Park in 2009 with a group of friends for the Halloween Bash. I could best describe this as Hong Kong's tamer, smaller, version of Knott's Scary Farm. Chinese zombies were sprinkled throughout the park chasing us and yelling out "Da Bun Lo!"

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  • 5

    Lan Kwai Fong

    3 Kau U Fong, Hong Kong
    4
    70 reviews

    famous little street for night life - you will def see tons of interesting thing..a lot of drunk foreigners which means a lot of prostitutes that are from thailand so just be careful.

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  • 6

    Tsim Sha Tsui

    Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
    4
    58 reviews

    I wouldn't stay anywhere else in HK - I frequently travel to HK for business & Langham Place feels like my 2nd home. The location, the hotel & facilities make this place perfect. Upgrade to Club Level - The staff (Gary, Hayden, Cy, Lilian, Zeth, David, Kaycee, Felix & Dash) make each stay so memorable. Incredible staff, wonderful service - ...

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  • 7

    Avenue of Stars

    香港星光大道
    4
    70 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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  • 8

    A Symphony of Lights

    Hong Kong
    4
    55 reviews

    The symphony of lights is an iconic performance taking place on the harbor every evening. It is an synchronization of lights across many buildings on both coast, in conjunction with music. The performance itself is an okay experience, but the view of the Hong Kong harbor during nighttime is breathtaking, and the view from the sea is something else. Came ...

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  • 9

    Temple Street Night Market

    廟街16-24號, 16-24 Temple Street, Hong Kong
    4
    51 reviews

    Tons of food and shops. Great buys if you know how to bargin. Interesting and exciting place to hang out at night.

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  • 10

    MTR

    Nam Cheong Station, Cheung Sha Wan, Hong Kong
    4.5
    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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  • 11

    Stanley Market

    Hong Kong
    3.5
    50 reviews

    Expansive market where you can find all of the stuff you don't really need, but think you have to have.

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  • 12

    Ngong Ping 360

    Hong Kong
    4
    31 reviews

    A terrifyingly high cable car ride taking you over Lantau island from the MTR station up to the gigantic Buddha. There are several long hiking paths up as well, but it would probably take you the better part of a day. The journey by Ngong Ping 360 is spectacular.

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  • 13

    Nathan Road

    彌敦道80號1字樓, Hong Kong
    4
    43 reviews

    Chunking Mansions on Nathan Road are a classic backpacker haven. Though it has moved a bit more upmarket in recent years, Nathan Road has lost its former glory and is no longer the Golden Mile.

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  • 14

    Ladies Market

    Tung Choi Street, Hong Kong
    3.5
    36 reviews

    Sells a lot of trash and some treasures too. Take cash and be prepared to haggle. THat's most of the fun. People who are into fabrics will be especially delighted.

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  • 15

    Lamma Island

    Lamma Island, Hong Kong
    4.5
    25 reviews

    I visited Lamma Island as a field trip with Chinese University of Hong Kong. This Island is supposedly one of the last authentic, preserved fishing villages in Hong Kong. Although authentic, I would not say the island was well maintained. The humidity combined with the stench of garbage made me feel queasy. The brown water was filled with trash and ...

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  • 16

    Big Buddha

    Ngong Ping Plateau, Hong Kong
    4
    29 reviews

    My sister and I wanted to do as much touristy things before we head back to the motherland and since the big buddha is super close to the airport we had to check it ou! the stairs going up to see the big buddha is a hike on its own ! Seeing it so close up and personal is actually ...

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  • 17

    IFC Mall

    1 Harbour View Street, Hong Kong
    4
    30 reviews

    Beautiful luxury mall housing some of the top financial institutions on the top floors and best food in the world. Very pricey though! There's also amazing art installations a throughout the mall!

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  • 18

    Causeway Bay

    Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
    4
    28 reviews

    The population here is among the densest on Earth. A hectic mid-tier shopping extravaganza. Also home to a variety of cheap eats.

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  • 19

    Mid-levels Escalator

    Connaught Road, Hong Kong Hong Kong
    4
    31 reviews

    I though that this was quite unique. It added to the charm of the area and I was able to see into the inferno levels of shops alongside.

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  • 20

    Central

    Central, Hong Kong
    4
    30 reviews

    A transit and business hub. You'll also find plenty of shopping and eating. A concrete jungle that can feel a bit claustrophobic. The joys here are on the inside so do your research and plan your destination. Remarkably pedestrian-friendly but easy to get lost in the buildings if you don't know your way around / pay attention.

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