78. Man Mo Temple- Near the busy financial district, the largest and peaceful temple dedicated to the gods of Literature (Man) and War (Mo).
79. Hong Kong Observation Wheel- Hong Kong’s 60m high giant wheel with 42 luxury pods, for soaking in a grand view of the Victoria harbour.
80. Cheung Chau Island- A small island, surprisingly famous for its attractions, Cheung Cha is famous for its yearly Bun Festival, temples and seafood.
81. Dragon's Back- Breathtaking views from the S-shaped trek that takes you away from the city bustle while still keeping you close to it.
82. Che Kung Temple- A temple dedicated to the medieval commander, Che Kung, whose loyalty earned him the position of a God for locals.
83. Lung Fu Shan Country Park- A favourite of Hong Kong picnickers, a green patch above the cityscape, best amongst places to visit in Hong Kong.
84. Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences-Take a historical plunge into the advancement of traditional Chinese medicine and its comparison to the western methodology.
85. Museum of Coastal Defence- The collection of 600 years-worth of Hong Kong’s naval history, this museum site once served as the eastern naval outpost.
86. Wong Tai Sin Temple- The only one of the places to visit in Hong Kong that claims to answer every one of your prayers.
87. The dialogue in the Dark- Close your eyes, letting other senses take over to experience Hong Kong with your sense of hearing, smell, and feel.
88. Repulse Bay- A crescent-shaped shoreline and the experience of a resort, this bay is a favourite for locals and the tourists.
89. Tsing Ma Bridge- Connecting Lantau island with the rest of Hong Kong, this 2 km long suspension bridge looks beautiful in the night.
90. Stanley Market- Silk, art, jewellery, Chinese costumes, mementoes, or brands. You name it, and you will find it here, pocket-friendly.
91. Happy Valley Racecourse- One of the two racecourses of Hong Kong, this is where you must be if it’s a Wednesday.
92. Tai Mo Shan Peak- Witness the vast expanse of the city from above the clouds, here at the highest peak in Hong Kong.
93. Tung Ping Chau Island- Being the home to the Global Geopark, this island is loaded with natural wonders to witness with one’s own eyes.
94. JaoTsung-I Academy- This historic spot has prevailed and preserved a part of its history, and now works for protecting Hong Kong’s architecture.
95. University Museum and Art Gallery- The museum is a part of HKU, showcasing over a thousand pieces of antiques from the Qing and Yuan Dynasties.
96. Murray House- This 160-year-old building on the waterfront of Stanley is a hotspot for all the foodies around Hong Kong.
97. The Wilson Trail- A scenic trail passing through the twins and violet hills, packed with views of rare butterflies, dragonflies and skinks.
98. Cheung Po Tsai Cave- The famous hideout of the Robin Hood pirate turned naval officer of the Qing Government, Cheung Po Tsai.
99. Hong Kong Skyline- Without a doubt, the best cityscape of skyscrapers in the world, an amazing experience to view it at night.
100. Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden- A centre for organic farming and a home to many local animals, this place has something for every member of your family.
101. Tang Ancestral Hall- Hong Kong’s declared monument since 2001 and the main ancestral hall of the Tang Clan, built about 700 years ago.