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Best known as “a shoppers paradise “, this city is the fusion of many cultures, the remaining of its colonial past, and the British culture and values, share space with the Chinese tradition.

  1. Victoria Peak,at 396 meters above sea level, The Peak Tower is one of the most stylish architectural Hong Kong attractions, with a large choice of restaurants, shops and entertainment venues. Moreover, The Peak Tower boasts the highest 360° viewing platform – The Sky Terrace which offers spectacular panoramic views of the vibrant city.
  2. Avenue of stars is modeled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame to pay tribute to outstanding professionals of Hong Kong’s film industry.
  3. Symphony of lights is the “World’s Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show” by Guinness World Records, and has been further expanded to include more than 40 buildings on both sides of Victoria Harbor.A stunning, unforgettable spectacle synchronized to music and narration that celebrates the energy, spirit and diversity of Hong Kong.
  4. Lantau Island, the largest of Hong Kong's islands, lies at the mouth of the Pearl River. Its mountainous interior, traversed by the 70km Lantau Trail from MuiWo, includes 934m-high Lantau Peak. Po Lin Monastery is the site of the bronze Tian Tan Buddha, a 34m-tall statue on a hilltop reached by a long stairway.
  5. Disneyland Hong Kongis the first theme park inside the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and is the fifth Magic Kingdom-style Park. Located at Penny’s Bay, Lantau Island.
  6. Ocean Park is a major attraction in Hong Kong. The park has won several awards, including The World’s Seventh Most Popular Amusement Park and 33rd Most Visited Tourist Attractions in the World by Forbes.
  7. Ngong Ping 360 Ngong Ping Village is set on a 1.5 hectare site on Lantau Island, adjacent to Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal and the Tian Tan Buddha Statue, the world’s largest outdoor bronze statue.
  8. Repulse Bay - Repulse Bay’s name comes from a 19th century battle in which the British army repulsed attacking pirates. Today, Repulse Bay is a luxurious residential area by the beach.
  9. The clock Tower is located on the southern shore of TsimShaTsui, Kowloon. It is the only remnant of the original site of the former Kowloon Station on the Kowloon-Canton Railway.
  10. Aberdeen Harbour& Jumbo Kingdom

Aberdeen harbour is home to hundreds of people living on fishing junks. Here, huge contrasts of modern & traditional setting, take place. The world-renowned Jumbo Floating Restaurant was established in October 1976, ornamented in the style of an ancient Chinese imperial palace.

  1. LanKwai Fong is a buzzing center of Western-style clubs, bars and restaurants.It is a must visit for partygoers& people watchers.
  2. Hollywood Road and Man Mo Temple

Hollywood Road and Upper Lascar Row (also known as “Cat Street”) are must-see stops, with antique shops and an open-air curio market, ideal places for picking up eclectic souvenirs and gifts.Nearby Man Mo Temple is a picturesque tribute to the God of Literature (Man) and the God of War (Mo).

  1. Stanley Market & Murray House restaurant - Stanley Market is a world famous market town with a relaxed ambiance, crisp sea environs and bargain buy.
  2. Laidies Street is a must-visit destination for fashion lovers with an eye for bargain-priced clothing, bags, accessories, toys, cosmetics and household products.
  3. Temple Street Night Market is the busiest flea market at night in the territory of Jordan and Yau Ma Tei in Kowloon.
  4. Fa Yuen Street Market - While Ladies Market is by far the bigger and brasher of the two, Fa Yuen Street is also a brilliant introduction to consumerism, Hong Kong style.
  5. Wong Tai Sin Temple is one of Hong Kong most famous temple, dedicated to the Great Immortal Wong.The temple is known for granting any wishes thus lots of worshipers whose prayers were answered returning to thank the immortal.
  6. Golden Bahunia Square In 1997 in celebration of the return of Hong Kong, the former British colony to the People’s Republic of China, China’s Central Government presented a gilded bauhinia statue to Hong Kong. The statue was placed in the square next to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre facing the Wan Chai waterfront.
  7. Tai O Fishing Village Situated on a river mouth, the village is just the ticket if you want a dose of traditional Chinese living.The houses are built on stilts over the river and its narrow lanes are filled with shops selling fish and other day-to-day items.
  8. Hong Kong Wet Land Park Home to a stunning array of wildlife including birds, dragonflies, amphibians, mammals, reptiles, butterflies and fish, Hong Kong Wet Land Park is a world-class ecotourism facility aimed at promoting green tourism, education on environmental protection and wetland conservation.
  9. The Flagstaff House, built in 1846, is the oldest example of Western-style architecture remaining in Hong Kong. It has been a longtime residence of the Commander of the British forces in Hong Kong during colonial times. Today Flagstaff House houses the Museum of Tea Ware. The building is a popular setting for wedding photography.
  10. Tsing Ma Bridge is the world's ninth-longest span suspension bridge, and was the second longest at time of completion. The bridge was named after two of the islands at its ends, namely Tsing Yi and Ma Wan. It has two decks and carries both road and rail traffic, which also makes it the largest suspension bridge of this type.
  11. MmeTussauds Hong Kong, part of the renowned chain of wax museums founded by Marie Tussaud of France. It is the first Madame Tussauds museums in Asia.

Hong Kong offers stunning arrays of delicacy from street food to Michelin Star Rated Restaurants

  1. Mak’s Noodle(famous all shrimp Wanton),

Address: 77 Wellington St., Central        

  1. Tai Cheong Bakery (former British Governor, Chris Patten’s favorite Egg Tarts), Address. 35 Lyndhurst Terrace,Central
  2. Lin Heung Tea House (oldest dim sum joints),

Address: 162 Wellington St, Sheung Wan,

  1. Tim Ho Wan (offersfine dim sum food by former dim sum master at the 3 Michelin Star Restaurant in Four Seasons Hotel); Address: Olympian City 2, 18 Hoi Ting Road.

The Mass Transit Railway MTR is the name for Hong Kong’s rail system comprising underground, overland and Light Rail (slower tram-style) services. Universally known as the ‘MTR’, it is clean, fast and safe, and transports around four million people daily.

Though it costs slightly more than bus travel, the MTR is the quickest way to get to most destinations in Hong Kong.

Train - There are around 90 stations on nine underground and overland lines, and a Light Rail network that covers the northwest New Territories

Metro - Hong Kong's Mass Transit Railway (MTR) system covers most of the city and is the easiest way to get around. Most lines run from 6am to after midnight.
Bus - Relatively fast, buses are an indispensable form of transport to places not reachable by the MTR or after midnight.
Taxi - Cheap compared to Europe and North America. Most taxis are red; green ones operate in certain parts of the New Territories; blue ones on Lantau Island. All run on meter.
Tram -Slow, but the upper deck offers great views. Runs along the northern strip of Hong Kong Island, from 6am to midnight.
Public Light Buses (Mini Buses) - Vans with a green or red roof that cover areas not reachable by bus.Travel at Night - Hong Kong's night buses, running every half hour or so, cover most of the city. Their numbers are prefixed with the letter 'N'. But while they're comfortable and safe, sometimes it's worth taking a taxi as they are inexpensive and get you to bed more quickly.

Museums and monuments

1.Hong Kong Museum of History

Adress: Science Museum Rd, TsimShaTsui East, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 2724 9042

Website: http://hk.history.museum/

2.Hong Kong Science Museum

Adress: 2 Science Museum Rd, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 2732 3232

Website: http://hk.science.museum/en_US/web/scm/gi/ti.html

3.Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Adress: Peak Tower, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 2849 6966

Website: https://www.madametussauds.com

4.Hong Kong Maritime Museum

Adress: Hong Kong, Central Ferry Pier No. 8 ,ManKwong Street, Central

Phone: +852 3713 2500

Website: http://www.hkmaritimemuseum.org/

5.Sam Tung Uk Museum

Adress: 2 KwuUk Ln, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 2411 2001

Website: http://www.heritagemuseum.gov.hk/

Parks and entertainment centers

1.Ocean Park Hong Kong

Adress: Hong Kong

Phone: +852 3923 2323

Website: https://www.oceanpark.com.hk

2.Hong Kong Disneyland

Adress: Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 3550 3388

Website: https://www.hongkongdisneyland.com

3.Ngong Ping 360

Adress: Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 3666 0606

Website: http://www.np360.com.hk/en/

4.Happy Valley Racecourse

Adress: Wong Nai Chung Rd, Happy Valley, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 2895 1523

Website: http://www.hkjc.com/home/chinese/index.asp

5.Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Adress: 1 Expo Dr, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 2582 8888

Website: https://www.hkcec.com/

6.Hong Kong Wetland Park

Adress: Wetland Park Rd, Tin ShuiWai, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 3152 2666

Website: http://www.wetlandpark.gov.hk/tc/index.asp

7.Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens

Adress: Albany Road, Central, Hong Kong

Phone:+852 2530 0154

Website: http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/tc/parks/hkzbg/

8.Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Adress: 10 Salisbury Rd, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 2734 2009

Website: http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/hkcc/

9.Pacific Place

Adress: 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 2844 8988

Website: http://www.pacificplace.com.hk/

10.Victoria Park, Hong Kong

Adress: Victoria Park Swimming Pool, 1 Hing Fat St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Phone: +852 2890 5824

Website: http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/tc/parks/vp/

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