1. The Peak
As defined by its name, this place is the highest point of Hong Kong. At here, you must take a ride on the signature Peak Tram and go up to the Sky Terrace 428, where you can experience a wholesome panoramic view of the city! Besides, the Peak Tower is also hosting popular spots like Madame Tussauds and Peak Galleria.
2. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
The area stretches along the Kowloon’s waterfront from Star Ferry Terminal to Hung Hom Promenade. Walking down the street, you will pass by the hundred-year-old Clock Tower and Hong Kong Cultural Centre.
Next to the Hong Kong Museum of Art is the popular Avenue of Stars. This boardwalk presents the honors to Hong Kong ‘Stars’, just like Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The promenade is also a great place to view the Victoria Harbour, landscaped by the city’s skyscrapers. At night, you can enjoy the Symphony of Lights show complemented by the cold breeze.
A dream fantasyland for everyone! This is the most visited theme park in Hong Kong with 7 wonderlands for you to explore. It is also the first Disneyland in the world featuring Ant-Man and The Wasp. Hence, do not miss out on the Nano Battle experience!
If you have never been to any other Disneylands in the world, come to this magical kingdom to fulfill your childhood dream. Enjoy a day with your favorite Disney characters and Marvel heroes. Nevertheless, indulge yourself in the park’s world-class hotel with meals served by award-winning chefs.
To see the real Hong Kong, you must spend some time at Mongkok Ladies Market at Tung Choi Street. The atmosphere here perfectly exhibits the hustling life of Hong Kong. They sell merchandise ranging from clothing, accessories, electronic gadgets to small household items. Test your haggling skills here to get the best prices!
Being one of the largest theme parks in Asia, Ocean Park is popular for its combination of the marine park, amusement park, animal park with oceanarium. You can find attractions designed for the whole family at the Waterfront and the Summit areas.
Bring your kids to see the marine creatures and the two famous giant pandas here. If you are looking for more exciting fun, you can try the rides at the Thrill Mountain area. Likewise, enjoy your VR experience with the roller coaster, first in Hong Kong.
For people that watch Hong Kong dramas and movies, this place is easy to recall. Not only shopping, but you can experience the very unique culture of the nation here – watching the Chinese Opera show and visiting the fortune teller stalls too.
7. Lan Kwai Fong / SoHo
To witness the happening nightlife of Hong Kong, you must visit Lan Kwai Fong and SoHo (South of Hollywood Road). These are popular spots for drinking, clubbing, and dining after sunset hours. The snap-worthy buildings and signs have also made Lan Kwai Fong one of the most checked-in spots on social media.
8. Golden Bauhinia Square
Located just right in front of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC), the Golden Bauhinia statue at the square is a well-known landmark of the city. This monument represents the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in the year 1997. Every morning visitors would gather in front of HKCEC to watch the flag-raising ceremony conducted by the Hong Kong Police Force.
9. Lantau Island
The largest island in Hong Kong, where you may spend more than 2 days enjoying the sky, land, and sea experiences on the island. Take the Ngong Ping 360 cable car, go on the hiking trails, walk through the Wisdom Path and enjoy the sea breeze at the beachside.
Other than the Hong Kong Disneyland mentioned earlier, do not miss out to visit the iconic Big Buddha statue at Po Lin Monastery. Furthermore, you can stay at Tai O Heritage Hotel and visit the Tung Chung Fort.
10. Stanley, Hong Kong
A favorite place for foodies and shoppers, Stanley is a seaside town rich in history and culture. Differs from the central, this place is also less crowded, in which you can enjoy shopping and dining in a more calming environment. Few places of interest including the popular Stanley Market, Stanley Plaza, Murray House, and the Old Stanley Police Station.