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  • 1

    Victoria Peak

    183 reviews

    Victoria Peak, quite possibly a must do in every single travel guides ever written for Hong Kong. As much as I hate to admit, it is not just another overrated tourist spot. The view is stunning and is unlike anything else. Certainly, IFC2 in Central or The One in TST offers stunning skyline view of the city but neither matches ...

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  • 2

    Star Ferry

    97 reviews

    Star Ferry has a very long history in Hong Kong. Taking it to cross the famous Victoria Harbour to enjoy the breeze and the magnificent night view is a must on your To-Do list in your trip.

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  • 3

    Victoria Harbour

    68 reviews

    The lights show at night are incredible, I love this city, the big buildings , there are lots of shopping malls, stores, restaurants, cafes, etc.

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  • 4

    Ocean Park

    70 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

    The top party spot in HK. It's cracking almost every night in this area - filled with expats, bankers and tourists. So many memorable or not so memorable nights here. Every year there are new clubs and bars that are popping up. Prices are similar on the US and bottles are even more pricey than in the states. Do a ...

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  • 6

    Avenue of Stars

    72 reviews

    Boardwalk of celebrity handprints and filmmaking statues. You'll see a few Bruce Lee tributes if you're a fan. Across the water, you see the skyline. If you can catch it, that skyline puts on a lightshow late in the evening (around 8pm or so).

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  • 7

    Tsim Sha Tsui

    58 reviews

    I love TST! The best food I had in Hong Kong was in TST and it presented a great alternative place to go out on a few occasions, rather than going to LKF every weekend.

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  • 8

    A Symphony of Lights

    56 reviews

    I'm not super into light shows, but this was pretty cool, and I'm glad I saw it once. And it's free. Fun thing to do at night. Bring a tripod to photograph.

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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.

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  • 10

    Stanley Market

    50 reviews

    The shopping here is really cool. You will find all kinds of neat little stuff that you probably won't find elsewhere.

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  • 11

    Nathan Road

    44 reviews

    main shopping area in Kowloon. This is a tourist trap. Major malls and hotels are located here.

    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.

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  • 13

    Ngong Ping 360

    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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  • 14

    Big Buddha

    30 reviews

    This is an great place to see magnificent sculptures and Chinese temples. The area is set up for tourists and have shops and restaurants to the way to Big Budda. To get there, you will ride a cable car from Tung Chung station on the MTR for about 10 min.

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  • 15

    Mid-levels Escalator

    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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  • 16

    Ladies Market

    37 reviews

    All the clothes you could want without the oppressive feel of Stanley Market. Don't be fooled by the name - it has both men and women's clothing. Also sells quite a few entertainment (music, movies, etc) knock offs.

    Popular withBudgetLocalBackpackers
  • 17

    IFC Mall

    30 reviews

    Very large shopping center home to the apple store. Many places to eat. Good place to cool down after walking in the humid temperatures or to get awa frome the rain.

    Popular withLuxuryTrendstersLocal
  • 18

    Lamma Island

    25 reviews

    a fun outing from busy Hong Kong Island, Lamma is one of the outer islands of Hong Kong. Frequent ferries run here because many commute from the island. There is a beach and an opportunity to walk across the island and take a ferry from another point.

    Popular withOutdoorBackpackersAdventure
  • 19

    Causeway Bay

    29 reviews

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

    Popular withTrendstersLocalBudget
  • 20

    Central

    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!

    Popular withLuxuryNightlifeFoodies
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