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Places to visit in Hong Kong

Get ready to experience sky-high buildings, a legacy of cuisines, and virgin nature
Hong Kong Tourism

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Hong Kong Tourist Places

Hong Kong is a bustling city in China known for having the highest skyscrapers in the world. This Hong Kong travel guide is sure to prove helpful when planning your day. Land of Buddhist monasteries and western architecture, there are some amazing places to visit in Hong Kong. An amalgamation of Chinese and western culture, Hong Kong is where the east meets the west. Check out the famous tourist attractions in Hong Kong, which make the vibrant city a traveler’s favorite destination. Keep in mind the main Hong Kong points of interest when planning your itinerary.

For those wondering where to start or where to go in Hong Kong, Ocean Park is a great place to start. It is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Hong Kong. While its waterfront section has key attractions like the Grand Aquarium, Aqua city, and four red Pandas, Summit section has roller-coaster and other rides to offer a thrilling experience. Housing 5000 fishes, the dome of the Grand Aquarium is the largest in the world. Also, the cable car that takes people from the Lowland (waterfront) to the Headland (Summit) is a mesmerizing experience itself.

Victoria Peak is another famous place among the top tourist attractions in Hong Kong. Being the highest point in Hong Kong, it offers a spectacular view of the city sprawling with skyscrapers and other scenic areas. The Peak Tower, located on the mountain, has two viewing platforms for the visitors, one being the larger Sky Terrace 428 while the second is the free Peak Galleria – an observation deck that offers spectacular views of the Victoria Harbour. On a Hong Kong sightseeing tour, make sure to explore streets of SoHo and Wan Chai neighborhoods to get a taste of legendary nightlife in Hong Kong.

Built in 1915, Clock Tower is actually a section of the Railway terminus of Kowloon – Canton and is one of the most popular Hong Kong tourist spots. Declared as a standalone monument, the 44-meter-tall Clock Tower is made from granite and red brick, a sign of Steam-age. The light show of the light rod, atop its peak, makes Clock Tower an enchanting attraction in the night. The inner wooden staircase can be used to escalate to the top, which is currently under renovation.

Tian Tan Buddha also holds a significant place in the top Hong Kong attractions. Famous as ‘Big Buddha’, the humongous statue is seated on a lotus throne atop a mountain on the Lantau Island. On the first of the three platforms of the lotus throne, there are six statues of bronze, symbolizing six perfections essential to attain enlightenment. The computerized bell here is a famous attraction for its 108 daily rings.

Visit various important tourist attractions in Hong Kong like Madam Tussauds, Hong Kong Space Museum and Theatre, University Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Maritime Museum, Ten Thousand Buddha’s Monastery, Po Lin Monastery, Wetland Park, Ma Wan Park, Kowloon among others. These places to go in Hong Kong deserve at least a day for being completely explored.

And for an adrenaline rush, enjoy the wild rides at Disneyland, Ocean Park and Gong Ping 360. The culture sports centre, Avenue of Stars is one of the must visit Hong Kong tourist attractions. Lastly, check out the buzzing Gaunia Square, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, and the shimmering skyline, which are the best places to visit in Hong Kong at night.


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Fisherman's Wharf in Macau

Macau Fisherman's Wharf is located near the Macau Maritime Terminal. It is the first theme park and the Shopping center that started in Macau. The area has more than 111500 square meters out of which 40 percentage is reclaimed from sea. Ho Gung San and the Chow Kam Fai are the major investors in this project. Ho Hua Wah, th...

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The best place to visit if you love animals and have a thing for adventure and thrill.
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Ocean Park in Hong Kong


Ocean Park, Hong Kong

Ocean Park is a marine life theme park based on animals, rides, and shows. It is located in southern Hong Kong Island, covering an area about 91.5 hectares. It was opened in 1977 in Hong Kong. It is p...

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Lang Kwai Fong in Hong Kong


Central, Hong Kong

The Lang Kwai Fong is a D'aguilar street and smaller lane which links the Soho and the center of the Hong Kong. The street runs in an L-shaped, cable-shaped lane and cuts each other at 90 degrees to m...

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Disneyland in Hong Kong


Lantau Island, Hong Kong

The worldwide famous theme park in Hong Kong, Disneyland is a dream place to visit for so many. From children to adults, everyone loves the magical dream place full of cartoon characters and magical a...

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Big Buddha in Hong Kong


Ngong Ping Rd, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

The Big Buddha statue in Hong Kong, or as it is also known the Tian Tan Buddha, is a major crowd-puller for tourists from all over the world, be it tourists or pilgrims. It is a bronze statue that is ...

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Macau Tower

If one gets a chance to be in Macau or planning for Macau trip, Macau tower should be a major landmark to be added in the must see list. It is the building designed by Gordon Moller, a popular architect from New Zealand. Construction of the building got finished in the year 2001 during the second anniversary of the Macau. B...

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Get Spiritual at Wong Tai Sin Temple in Hong Kong

The Wong Tai Sin Temple is a very popular tourist attraction located on the southern side of the Lion Rock in the north part of the Kowloon. The temple is one of most renowned tourist places in Hong Kong and devoted to the Wong Tai sin or Great the immortal wong. The temple is also known for answering all the prayers, what ...

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Victoria Peak in Hong Kong

Victoria Peak is a mountain located in the western half of Hong Kong. It is also known as Mount Austin, but local folks usually call it as The Peak. The reason it is one of a kind is that It has an immense elevation of 552 m which makes it the highest mountain on Hong Kong island. It is ranked 31st in terms of elevation in ...

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Visit the very beautiful Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong
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Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong

After San Francisco and Rio de Janeiro, the third largest harbour in the world is situated in Hong Kong known as Victoria Harbour commonly called as Victoria Bay. It is located between  Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula. Most of the ports of Hong Kong are located here. The harbour was named after the British Queen Vict...

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A pretty setting on the coast framed by the mountains
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Tai O Fishing Village in Hong Kong

Tai O Fishing village is mostly populated with Tanka people. They are a nomadic southern Chinese ethnic group who have settled in the community over the past two centuries. The major attraction of the place is the stilted houses (pang uks), which were once common all across Hong Kong, but this  village is one of the last re...

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When is the best time to visit Hong Kong?

The best part about Hong Kong is that it is a year-round destination.

What is the most widely spoken language in Hong Kong?

Although Chinese is the most widely spoken language in Hong Kong, English is also widely spoken. Most information boards and restaurant menus are also available in English.

Is tipping at the restaurants of Hong Kong customary?

It is not customary to tip at the restaurants of Hong Kong, because a 10% service charge is already added to all bills.

What sort of food can I hope to enjoy in Hong Kong?

Hong Kong offers food lovers a chance to enjoy global cuisine. From Michelin star restaurants to street food, Hong Kong offers it all.

Is Hong Kong safe for a visit?

Hong Kong is one of the safest places to visit in the world. The usual precautions of minding your luggage and wallets should be taken.