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  • 1

    Victoria Peak

    183 reviews

    Rather touristy, but wonderful views if you are lucky. It's clear only about 50 days a year. Take the Victoria Peak tram and expect to spend a few hours on top.

    Popular withLocalFamiliesOutdoor
  • 2

    Star Ferry

    97 reviews

    It's the must do thing in Hong Kong. Star Ferry is the cheapest & most scenic way to get across Victoria Harbor. this icon of Hong Kong doesn't go out of style.

    Popular withBudgetLocalFamilies
  • 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

    Great for children and adults alike, the aquarium houses some of the most interesting species in quantity. The cable car ride is a great way to see the south coast of the Hong Kong Island. The express funicular is quick to bring us back to civilization. Don't leave until saying hello to the pandas and visiting the fascinating gold fish ...

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorStudents
  • 5

    Lan Kwai Fong

    70 reviews

    Tons of bars and restaurants to try here. It has a hip vibe with expats, travelers, and locals all converging at night to hang out and have drinks.

    Popular withNightlifeTrendstersLocal
  • 6

    Avenue of Stars

    72 reviews

    A must see tourist attraction in Hong Kong by the harbor. Copying Hollywood in LA"s Hollywood blvd, Hong Kong movie stars have their hands and stars imprinted in the cement. There is also the famous Bruce lee statue which is a huge hit amongst tourists!

    Popular withLocalStudentsFamilies
  • 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.

    Popular withFoodiesLuxuryLocal
  • 8

    A Symphony of Lights

    56 reviews

    This is an spectacular show combining lights and music. But if you happen to be a smoker, you may get a police wo/man telling you to get rid of the smokes.. : )

    Popular withLocalNightlifeBudget
  • 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

    Expansive market where you can find all of the stuff you don't really need, but think you have to have. We enjoyed just walking through the place with the locals and tourists.

    Popular withLocalFamiliesBudget
  • 11

    Nathan Road

    44 reviews

    I like getting neck deep into regular everyday foreign culture... and nothing tops that more than walking this long road from one end to the other. Take a pick. You'll see a lot of everything either which way you go... and once you get tired dont hesitate to jump on the mtr. FTW!

    Popular withLocalFoodiesBudget
  • 12

    MTR

    32 reviews

    One of the most organized transportation system. Even for a tourist, traveling in metro was straight forward. I highly recommend trying it at least once.

    Popular withFamiliesBackpackersBudget
  • 13

    Ngong Ping 360

    31 reviews

    Ngong Ping 360 is a tram ride that takes you all over Lantau Island, which is a rural island located right outside of Hong Kong. The queue can be long on the weekends, but it's worth it to see an aerial view of Hong Kong.

    Popular withFamiliesAdventureBackpackers
  • 14

    Big Buddha

    30 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 ...

    Popular withOutdoorSpiritualLocal
  • 15

    Mid-levels Escalator

    31 reviews

    The escalator itself is OK, better is that it end at Soho (Nightlife) or Hollywood Road (Antique Market)

    Popular withLocalBudgetFamilies
  • 16

    Ladies Market

    37 reviews

    Over the years the Ladies Market had turned from a bargain shopping area to an overpriced tourist spot that locals tend to avoid. If you don't mind paying a few more extra bucks, it is still a convenient place to pick up a souvenir or two. There are some interesting things to be found.

    Popular withBudgetLocalBackpackers
  • 17

    IFC Mall

    30 reviews

    Go to shop, eat or see a movie. It seems like everything in the world is in this mall. The roof is sorely underrated. Take some beers up there and enjoy the harbor view.

    Popular withLuxuryTrendstersLocal
  • 18

    Lamma Island

    25 reviews

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

    Popular withOutdoorBackpackersAdventure
  • 19

    Causeway Bay

    29 reviews

    If your a foody person. You gotta come here. You'll find a lot of good eats.

    Popular withTrendstersLocalBudget
  • 20

    Central

    30 reviews

    Oh how I loved the Central District as a kid. All the big, elegant buildings. The beautiful waterfront. The fancy dining. The air-condition. Yes, on HK's hottest days, one can't help but fall in love with modern amenities offering a break from the tropical heat. Pathways exist between buildings allowing pedestrians to avoid the often-crowded streets. Huge malls make shopping, ...

    Popular withLuxuryNightlifeFoodies
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