Victoria Peak, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade and Lan Kwai Fong are the top things to do whilst you are in Hong Kong. The panoramic views of Hong Kong island skyline are best seen by taking the Peak tram.
You might want to keep your eyes peeled on the Bank of China building because it lights up in red neon lights during the night and remains the top tourist landmark in Central. On the Kowloon side though, Tsim Sha Tsui promenade is where the Symphony of lights takes place every night at 8pm and during sunset it is one of the most romantic walks around Tsim Sha Tsui East.
Lan Kwai Fong is the one of the top local picks for a large population of expats and expat English speaking Chinese when it comes to looking for things to do at night. Hong Kong's own party place to go for partying and right behind is the Soho area where the clubbing vibes come with a unique Hong Kong flavour.
The Big Buddha on Lantau island is the largest outdoor seated Buddha in Asia, if sheer size isn't enough to impress you then there is also Po Lin monastery next to it with traditional Chinese architecture and intricate patterns. Whilst walking through street markets such as Fa Yuen Street in Hong Kong might be a bit of a culture shock because of the tastes and choice of things sold is quite different to farmers markets, there is always Stanley Market to go for more standardised outlet shopping and relaxing alfresco dining on the South Coast.
Speaking of shopping, Nathan Road cannot be missed as one of the top things to do for some locals in Hong Kong is to take a walk through it at night. It starts in Tsim Sha Tsui and ends in Prince Edward but this is the road of Hong Kong with the neon lights and busy pedestrian traffic as well as generally excellent tourist shops.
Cheung Chau is an island for holiday makers in Hong Kong to go during weekends to get their dose of hikes, beaches, fresh seafood and sweet desserts. Perhaps you are looking for the outdoor things to do in Hong Kong then Cheung Chau should be the first pick.
No. 1 Lugard Road
Ngong Ping Plateau
Tallest seated outdoor bronze Buddha in the world...
Stanley Market Road, Stanley Village
Southeastern Hong Kong Island
Beaches, shopping and alfresco dining... read more
Boundary street and Dundas street
Bargain Prices for Trendy Fashion and fruits...
Diamond Hill, Kowloon
Chi Lin Rd, Diamond Hill
Pristine serene and scenic Chinese gardens...
Seafood, temples, hikes and beaches... read more
Stunning skyline views and Hong Kong's harbour...
13 Shung Tak Street
Tai Po Market, Tai Po
Imagine how 100 years ago people depended on this railway line... read more
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2 Kwu Uk Lane
Gain insight into traditional Hakka lifestyle in the 1800s... read more
183 Queens Road East
33 Pak Yan Road, Ma Wan,
Not religious at all but a Noah's Ark in Hong Kong?... read more
15th Floor, No 1 Minden Avenue Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
The most extensive route of any Hong Kong sightseeing tour... read more
Wing Lee Street, Sheung Wan
Where the Hong Kong drama film: Echoes of the Rainbow was filmed... read more
No.2A Canton Road
Award winning revitalised historical building project... read more
100 Chatham Rd. S
Tsim Sha Tsui East
World class exhibits and a hidden gem... read more
Repulse Bay Road
Hong Kong Island