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Top Things to Do in Hong Kong - Hong Kong Must-See Attractions

Things to Do in Hong Kong


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Top Attractions in Hong Kong

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From quick jaunts to full-day outings.


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What travellers are saying

  • Jaa N
    4 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The line for the tram was fine mid morning.

    Our recommendation - don't bother with the Sky terrace 428 ticket. The Peak Galleria next door has a wonderful view deck on the top floor which is completely free. Same exact views.

    On entering the terminus you are directed to the Sky Terrace 428 ticket office. You have to walk beyond this toward the platform to find the tickets for the tram only

    When you arrive a the top, you are immediately to pass through a line of cheap souvenir stores. then as you go the higher floors there are various "attractions" (eg posed photos with various pictures as background).

    Go outside and enjoy the open air terrace. Walk over to the Galleria building next door. In contrast it has a number of good restaurants to enjoy lunch, a Starbucks and some stores, as well as the free viewdeck.

    We did not have time for the circular walk around the Peak but I read that it is good
    Written 10 July 2024
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  • 422iana
    Dunedin, New Zealand3,549 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We did the short trip across the Harbour after going up the tram. It was well worth the small cost for this travel, and a must do.
    Written 9 July 2024
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  • WolffieNZ
    Morrinsville, New Zealand91 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Hot summer, got through the village by about 11am, and went up to the statue immediately.
    You can enter and walk through the ‘museum’ which is really great and has good English translations. 3 stories of museum - no photos and please keep quiet. One of the levels has multiple remembrance plaques.
    Well worth it - don’t forget to spend a couple of hours at monastery since you are here!
    Written 6 July 2024
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  • Zora J
    San Mateo, Philippines7 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    It was a dream come true to visit a magical place like Disneyland. The place is big, so you need to wear comfortable shoes. The food is expensive, like super expensive, so make sure you eat before going or maybe bring food with you. We brought bread and spread, and it was okay. If you want to save money, make sure to purchase your headband beforehand because they are expensive there. We visited during New Year's and it was packed. We had to wait for like 30 minutes to an hour for every ride, and most of the rides only lasted 3 minutes. I would not recommend going during peak season as you will not enjoy it. The place is kid-friendly, but if you are looking for adrenaline, you may be disappointed as there are only a few thrilling rides. I recommend trying the underground roller coaster in the dark, it's perfect. The dried squid there is to die for, you must try it. The saddest part of our visit was not being able to witness the parade. Make sure to arrive early in front of the castle to secure a good spot for the parade and fireworks show. My biggest mistake was not staying in front of the castle early enough and we missed part of the fireworks show due to the crowds. Overall, it was still a fantastic experience. I am from the Philippines, by the way.
    Written 7 July 2024
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  • Christian M
    Copenhagen, Denmark5,472 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A couple of weeks ago we were in Shanghai and were blown away by the beautiful skyline.

    Hong Kong's skyline, viewed from the harbor promenade on the Kowloon side of the city, is more sprawling and perhaps less cohesive, but with great energy. Hard not to love.

    If you have the chance, come and enjoy the view both during the day and at 8 PM when the 10-minute Symphony of Lights show takes place. You'll get fantastic pictures at both times.
    Written 29 June 2024
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  • Jaa N
    4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Lots of fun and easy to enjoy. The route is simple and crosses the island from east to west. Fixed price of 3 HK$ per ride is very affordable. Can pay into the cash box or use touch your credit card. Pay on exit.

    The buses are more luxurious and air conditioned it the ding ding is a bit of history. I think they also same fare but I’m not sure.
    Written 10 July 2024
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  • 422iana
    Dunedin, New Zealand3,549 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Hive of activity with boats going everywhere and great to see this Harbour at night. Lights on the water and off. Take a ferry if you are a tourist to see the hussle and bussle.
    Written 6 July 2024
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  • WanderingRooster
    Seattle, WA245 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Spectacular Chinese garden next to Chi Lin Nunnery. The garden here is beautiful and meticulously maintained which examples of various plants, ponds, bonsai, rocks, traditional wood craft and joinery, etc. It is large enough to be worth the trip, but not so large that it would require an entire day to see. It is easily paired with the nunnery right across the street for a day or half day outing. Also a great place for some unique gifts and souvenirs.
    Written 27 May 2024
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  • Timothy S
    4 contributions