55 Places to Visit in Hong Kong 2021, Tourist Places & Attractions
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Hong Kong Disney Land, Victoria Peak, Ocean Park, Big Buddha, Victoria Harbour, Star Ferry, Ngong Ping Cable Car, Dragon’s Back, Jumbo Floating Restaurant, Symphony of Lights, Sky100 Observation Deck, Tai Mo Shan Waterfalls, Lantau Island, Hong Kong Observation Wheel, Tai O Fishing Village, Madame Tussauds and more.

The fascinating places to visit in Hong Kong are known to give a whole new essence of the nation to the tourists. You will get to visit loads of heritage sites, museums, exhibition halls, botanical and zoological gardens, bustling shopping destinations, and a myriad of adventure hotspots.

If you are wondering about some of the best places to go in Hong Kong, then the Hong Kong Science Museum will provide you with a magnificent experience of modern science and technological advances, while Sunset Peak is well-known for its exciting walks and paths. The gigantic Hong Kong Observation Wheel can provide you with a bird's eye view of the city, while the noteworthy Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens GreenHouse can show you a broad variety of flora and wildlife.

If you're looking for some of the top places in Hong Kong with your loved ones, consider the Hong Kong Space Museum, which represents the importance of astronomy and space scientific education. You can also go to Lion Rock, which is famous for its spectacular views of the city. So, the options are plenty and you will never get bored for a second when you are in Hong Kong.
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Must Visit Places in Hong Kong

01

Hong Kong Disneyland

Have a day full of recreation at one of the most revered places to visit in Hong Kong, Disneyland. This is one of the largest theme parks where you can live your childhood dreams and explore the 7 lands it owns, namely Adventureland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, and Main Street, U.S.A.

Here you can spot different Disney characters and have an action-packed day with cute little cartoons. Make sure you capture amazing pictures are the backdrops are all colorful and have beautiful princess castles.

Location:
Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Timings:
10:30 am to 8:00 pm.

How to Book: 
Book the Hong Kong Disneyland Park Ticket at Flat 20% Off

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02

Victoria Peak

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Snuggled in the western region of Hong Kong Island, Victoria Peak is a quaint little peak that is known for its beauty. It is also known as Mount Austin and has an elevation of almost 552 m above the ground level. From this place, wherever you stretch the eyes, all you will find is the skyscrapers and the trails of lush green which make up this upland.  

Make sure you tour this place, as your journey will be incomplete if you miss out on this place.

Location:
West Hong Kong Island.

Timings:
24 hours open

Price:
No entry fee.

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03

Ocean Park

Tour the marine-life based theme park in Hong Kong and add a tinge of thrill to your day with these rides. Sprawling at an area of 9,15,000 meter square this is one of the best tourist places in Hong Kong for a rejuvenating day. The park features two main attractions the Summit and the Wavefront and is connected by a cable car and the ocean express train. 

Another key attraction of the Ocean park is the aquarium which is in its lobby and boasts more than 50 different species of marine life. Here you can spot zebra sharks, sawfish, red-necked wallabies, and several others. Apart from this, you can also relish in lip-smacking cuisines at Tuxedos Restaurant and take a view at the penguins frolicking.

Location:
Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Timings:
10:00 am to 7:00 pm

How to Book: Book the Ocean Park Hong Kong Tickets at Flat 10% Off

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04

Big Buddha (Tian Tan Buddha Statue)

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Standing tall at the height of 34 m, Tian Tan Buddha Statue is a mighty statue of Buddha Shakyamuni and is located near Po Lin Monastery. This is one of the most serene places to visit in Hong Kong and symbolizes the harmonious relationship between man and nature. You will have to trace a total of 268 steps to reach out to this mighty bronze statue which is made up of 202 pieces.

Location:
Ngong Ping Rd, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Timings:
10:00 am to 5:30 pm

Price:
The entrance is free, but you need to pay INR 500 or HKD 56.09 for the exhibition hall.

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05

Victoria Harbour

Separating the Kowloon Peninsula and Hong Kong Island, Victoria Harbour is one of the most beautiful tourist places in Hong Kong. The site boasts with the deep waters, and its strategic location makes it a trading center. Here you can witness annual fireworks, and the serenade is just beyond one’s imagination.

At this place, there are also some water activities like swimming which take place and this makes it a suitable spot for recreation. If you are touring Hong Kong, then this is truly an unmissable place. Earlier it was called the Hong Kong Harbour, but with time it's named changed to the name of the Queen.

Location:
Central and Western District, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong 999077, China

Timings:
12:00 am to 12:00 pm

How to Book: Book the tickets of Victoria Harbour Night Tour at Flat 20% Off

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06

Star Ferry

It is a ferry passenger service and is a major tourist attraction. With this, you can tour Victoria Harbour, Kowloon,  and Hong Kong Island. This carries more than 70,000 passengers a day and has quite a lot of railway and road tunnels. 

Additionally, this is one of the ten most exciting ferry services in the world. If you are visiting the place, then make sure that you don't miss out on the ferry service which will take you to the prominent attractions and that too at a very nominal charge.

Location:
Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Timings:
 06:00 am -11:30 pm

How to Book: Book the Star Ferry Harbour Tour at Flat 22% Off

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07

Ngong Ping Cable Car

Marking its place in one of the most striking tourist Places in Hong Kong, Ngong Ping Cable Car is a gondola lift with which you can take a 360-degree view of the entire city. This aerial lift is approximately 5.7 km long, and on this journey, you can take a glance at the scenic beauty of the place. Each gondola can accommodate up to 4 people so, make sure that you carry your travel party along with you. 

With this, you can visit Big Buddha, Mongkok, and several other places. The cabins are made up of crystal clear glass so that there is no obstruction in the views.

Location:
Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Timings:
10:00 am to 6:00 pm

How to Book: Book the tickets of Ngong Ping 360 Crystal Cabin at flat 20% off

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08

Dragon’s Back

One of the serene places to visit in Hong Kong is the Dragon’s Back which connects Wan Cham Shan and Shek O Peak. It is a ridge that is surrounded by jaw-dropping views of nature. Here you can hike up the trials and add up to your vacation. In the Hong Kong trail, this is stage 8 and has been awarded as the urban hiking trail. 

It also features an exceptional platform from where you can take a glance at the blend of the beauty of the island and the breathtakingly beautiful shoreline of the island.

Location:
Near Wan Cham Shan and Shek O Peak, Hong Kong Island

Timings:
12:00 am to 12:00 pm daily

How to Book: 
Dragon's Back Trail, Hong Kong @ Flat 16% off

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09

Jumbo Floating Restaurant

Looking for an out of the blue dining experience? Head to one of the most striking places to visit in Hong Kong, Jumbo Floating Restaurant which is actually a floating eatery and serves the Cantonese cuisine along with the seafood.

This is one of the best places for dining and the interiors are all traditional which add up to the charm of the place. The key feature of this restaurant is its seafood and those are the dishes which will just melt away on your buds. Each one of them is quite delicious

Location:
Shum Wan Pier Dr, Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Timings:
11:00 am to 11:00 pm

How to Book: Book the seats at Jumbo Floating Restaurant at Flat 22% Off

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10

Symphony of Lights

Making its place in the Guinness Book of World Records, this is the place that has the permanent light and sound show. The vibrancy of the lights multiplies at night, and the views become even more enticing. A total of 42 buildings are a part of this light, and sound show. It extends the stellar views of Hong Kong Island, Tsim Sha Tsui, and several other major attractions of the quarter. 

Not only this, but you can also take a look at the dazzling views of Aqua spirit and delight your eyes with the exotic sunrise and sunset views.

Location:
10 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Timings:
8:00 am to 8:15 pm

How to Book: Book the tickets of Symphony Of Lights Cruise at Flat 18% Off.

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Sky100 Observation Deck

Located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre is one of the most scenic places to see in Hong Kong. From here you can take a 360-degree view of the entire city and later head to Ritz-Carlton for a mouth-watering meal. 

This deck offers the displays of the major attractions like the Hong Kong Island, Victoria Harbour, the Kowloon Peninsula, and Tai Mo Shan. Make sure that you reach here in time and gaze at the beauty with the dropping sun. To reach out to the top, you can use the high-speed lifts and arrive in less than 60 seconds.

Location:
 International Commerce Centre (ICC), 1 Austin Rd W, West Kowloon, Hong Kong

Timings:
10:00 am to 09:00 pm on all days except Sunday

How to Book: Sky100 Hong Kong Ticket, Hong Kong @ Flat 17% Off.

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12

Tai Mo Shan Waterfalls

If you are a nature buff and are looking for refreshing tourist places in Hong Kong, then this is your place to be. This waterfall is nestled in the laps of dense forests and offers the views of beautiful slopes. To reach the site, you will have to cross the temples and villages which will give you a deep insight into the culture and tradition of the place. 

This is the place where you can truly uncover the wide range of flora and fauna and give a feast to your eyes. Make sure that you carry your camera along as the water bullets make the frames even more pleasant.

Location:
Tai Mo Shan, Hong Kong

Timings:
24 hours open

How to Book: 
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13

Lantau Island

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One of the not to be missed places to visit in Hong Kong is undeniably Lantau Island which is the largest island of all the Hong Kong Islands. These interwoven mountainous terrains feature the Lantau Island which is as high as 934 m and is famed for its picture-perfect sunsets and sunrise displays. 

The aura of this island is truly a spellbinding one and is just perfect if you are touring it with your partner. While you reach the summit, you can witness various other spots on the route like Tian Tan Buddha, which has a long stairway.

Location:
Southwest Hong Kong

Timings:
12:00 am to 12:00 pm

Price:
No entry fee

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Hong Kong Observatory

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Next in the list of tourist places in Hong Kong, is the Hong Kong Observatory which is more of the weather forecast agency. This is the place where all the predictions are done about the weather. From this observatory, you can take a look at the lush green trails of nature and add up a scenic destination in your vacation plans.

In the months from October to December, the weather of this place is quite pleasant and you can re-energize your soul and mind with the spellbinding views it offers.

Location:
134A Nathan Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Timings:
8:30 am to 5:45 pm on all days except Saturday and Sunday

Price:
Starting from INR 838
                                HKD 94.17

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15

Tai O Fishing Village

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One of the traditional places to see in Hong Kong is Tai O Fishing Village which reflects the Chinese culture. This quaint little village is known for its seafood market and stilt house which are just unique to the place. The views of this village are truly attention seeking and one must not forget to capture the uniqueness of this small village.

If you are up for a bizarre shopping market then you should witness the Tai O market which is right next to the fishing port.

Location:
14? Shek Tsai Po St, Tai O, Hong Kong

Timings:
24 hours open

Price:
No entrance fee

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Places in Hong Kong for Family & Kids

16

Madame Tussauds

Being a part of the renowned chain, Madame Tussauds is a wax museum. This the place where the red carpet rolled out and all the celebrity faces could be spotted in one place. Here you can find more than 100 different wax statues; with which you can click the pictures or create everlasting memories at the 10 different fun zones that it offers. 

If you are touring the place with your family or kids, then this is an unmissable part.

Location:
Shop P101, The Peak Tower, No, 128 Peak Rd, The Peak, Hong Kong

Timings:
10:00 am to 10:00 pm

How to Book: 
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17

Noah’s Ark

Featuring a combination of art, love, education, and nature, Noah's Ark is one of the must-visit tourist places in Hong Kong if you are on vacation with your family. The major attraction of the park is the centerpiece that is the world’s first full-size simulation of Noah's Ark. The sides of the Ark are adorning with the trails of lush greens, and some parts are still expanding. 

This park is entirely based on Christian themes and fundamentals and was built by Thomas and Raymond.

Location:
33 Pak Yan Road, Ma Wan, Hong Kong

Timings:
10:00 am to 6:00 pm

How to Book: Book the Noah's Ark Hong Kong Tickets at Flat 18% Off.

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18

Avenue of Stars

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Located along with Victoria’s harbor, this is settled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. This is the place built to honor the celebrities or the Hollywood industry of Hong Kong. Several celebrities have received plaques on the Avenue of Stars like Lai Man-wai, Sir Run Run Shaw, Florence Lim, and countless others.

If you are looking for a silent place where you can relax, then this is the place, and here you can even capture a good picture.

Location:
 Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong

Timings:
8:00 am to 7:30 pm

Price:
No entrance fee.

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19

Man Mo temple

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Commonly called the Man Mo Miu temple, this is one of the most vibrant places to see in Hong Kong. This is a temple built to worship the literature God-Man Cheong and the martial God Kwan Tai. The two of them were highly patronized by the students and the seekers of civic knowledge. The colors of the temple are vibrant, and the fragrance of the incense sticks will go whirling around you wherever you go. 

Certainly, this is one of the oldest temples of the city and is revered by a remarkable count of visitors every year.

Location:
Man Mo Temple, Hollywood Rd, Central, Hong Kong

Timings:
8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Price:
No entrance fee.

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20

Hong Kong Museum of History

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A place that holds the cultural and historical heritage of Hong Kong is the Hong Kong Museum of History. If you wish to take a deep insight into the deep down history of the place or wish to learn about their culture, then this is the best place for you. The museum has a wide collection of things, like the local history, natural history, and most importantly the archaeology. 

All the major attraction points of the city are displayed in the museum, and you can know all about them here at once.

Location:
100 Chatham Rd S, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong

Timings:
10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Price:
Starting from INR 90
                                HKD 10.11 

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21

Lamma Island

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If you wish to know about the hippie culture of Hong Kong, then this is the best place for you; marking its place in the list of best places to see in Hong Kong, this is a true place for the high-spirited souls. The vibes of the island are all quite soothing, and here you can spot Indie boutiques along with craft stores from where you can buy souvenirs of the trip. 

Apart from this, you can also hike up the trails which will take you to the WWII-era Kamikaze Caves, and along with this, you can enjoy the coastal views of the Lamma Island.

Location:
Southwest of Hong Kong Island

Timings:
24 hours open

Price:
No entrance fee.

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22

Nan Lian Garden

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Famed as the Chinese classical garden, this is a park in the Diamond hill.  It sprawls over an area of almost 3.5 hectares and is designed in the style of the Tang Dynasty. The prominent features of the park are brooklets, rocks, and fine cut trees along with the wooden structures which increase the charm of the park.

If you are vacationing with your family, then this is an inescapable place as it has a whole wide array of options for entertainment.

Location:
60 Fung Tak Road, Diamond Hill, Kowloon

Timings:
7:00 am to 9:00 pm

Price:
No admission ticket.

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23

Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery

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Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery is an elegant complex which is adorned with statues of Buddha. The entire complex has nine pagodas and one main temple which is settled on the Po Fook Hill. To add up to your surprise there are more than 13,000 Buddha statues and are all over in the complex. 

The path to the main shrine is paved with stairs and there are almost 400 stairs which will lead you to the main spot. The aura of the place is an excellent epitome of serenity and is a perfect place for solace seekers.

Location:
Pai Tau, Hong Kong

Timings:
9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Price:
No entry fee.

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24

Repulse Bay

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One of the most famous beaches in Hong Kong is Repulse Bay and it gets its name from the age-old story when the Britishers repulsed pirates by attacking them. This is one of the most luxurious places in Hong Kong and is the most expensive one. The beachfront showcases the crystal clear azure and the sparkling golden sand adds up to the beauty of the Bay. 

In addition to this, there are several activities which you can witness and can even gape at the breathtakingly beautiful landscapes.

Location:
Southern District, Hong Kong

Timings:
24 hours open

Price:
Free entry.

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Hong Kong Park

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The Hong Kong Park stands erect in the oasis of greens and features a combination of the various aviary, a greenhouse, lily ponds, playgrounds, and even a restaurant. If you are a bird lover then you will be amazed at the collection of the aviary as it has more than 80 different species of birds which are truly beautiful. 

Another key feature of the aviary is that they are all there in a well-crafted rainforest which is designed just for them.

Location:
Central, Hong Kong

Timings:
11:00 am to 8:00 pm

Price:
Starting from INR 3,900
                                HKD 438.13

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Places to Visit in Hong Kong at Night

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Temple Street Night Market

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Are you searching for good places to visit in Hong Kong? Well, Temple Street Night Market is there for the purpose. If the thought of shopping strikes you late at night, then this is the market for you where you have almost everything. 

From the Jades to the tink trinkets here you can find each one of them which you can buy for you and your family. Apart from this, you can also buy clothes, watches, and countless other things available in the market.

Location:
Temple St, Jordan, Hong Kong

Timings:
5:00 pm to 11:00 pm

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27

Happy Valley Racecourse

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Being one of the two-horse racecourses in Hong Kong, this is the racecourse which is located on the happy valley and hence is called the Happy Valley Racecourse. Previously, this area was a swamped land and later was changed into the racecourse. The surroundings of the course have rice fields and to avoid any obstructions, it was refused by the government to grow rice near the course.

Location:
Amigo Mansion, Wong Nai Chung Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong

Timings:
7:15 pm to 11:00 pm

Price:
Starting from INR 80
                                 HKD 8.99


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28

Lan Kwai Fong

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One of the most bustling places to see in Hong Kong is Lan Kwai Fong which is a small square of streets. Earlier the area was devoted to the hawkers before World War 2 began but was all changed in the early ’80s. 

Now, it is a place that never sleeps and is dotted with several clubs, bars, and dining places where you can head out with your bunch of buddies for a memorable night. It stretches till 110 m and is all over made up by these restaurants and clubs.

Location:
Central, Hong Kong

Timings:
2:00 pm to 6:00 am

Price:
Average cost for two people is INR 10,000
                                                            HKD 1,123.40

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Sai Kung Seafood Street

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Gulp down the street seafood at the Sai Kung Seafood Street, which is a well-known strip of food. It is also called the Back garden of Hong Kong and is the main seafood street of the place. Enjoy lip-smacking eclectic cuisines in the street.

A trip to this quarter will be all justified as you relish the food it serves. The best part is, it is open 24 hours, therefore, you can come here whenever you want.

Location:
Market St, Sai Kung, Hong Kong

Timings:
24 hours open

Price: Average cost for two people is INR 1,000
                                                            HKD 112.34

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OZONE Rooftop - The Ritz-Carlton

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Marking its place in one of the highest rooftop bars in Hong Kong, OZONE Rooftop - The Ritz-Carlton is established on the 118th floor. From here you can enjoy the majestic views of the city or can relish in the lip-smacking cuisine it serves, prepared by the talented chefs. 

Apart from this, it has amazing interiors, and the bar gives an elite look. To add up to this place, it has an exceptional aura, and eclectic music keeps on playing.

Location:
Level 118, International Commerce Ctr.  1 Austin Road West Kowloon, Hong Kong,

Timings:
Monday to Thursday 5:00 pm to 1:00 am, Friday from 5:00 pm to 2:00 am, Saturday and Sunday 3:00 pm to 2:00 am.

Price:
Average cost for two people is INR 8,000
                                                            HKD 897.44

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Tsim Sha Tsui (TST)

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Busting on the tip of Hong Kong’s Peninsula the Tsim Sha Tsui is famed for its iconic views of the Victoria harbor. Right from the brick-o-brac shops to the boutiques from where you can pick designer dresses, this road is brimming with a whole lot of it. Here you can also find a wide array of live performance stages, museums, and several other spots for entertainment. 

Not only this but you can also gape at the scenic skyline of Hong Kong Island from this street.

Location:
Tsim Sha Tsui (TST), Hong Kong

Timings:
12:00 am to 12:00 pm

Price:
No fee to enter the square

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Ladies Market (Tung Choi Street)

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If you are women and are looking for a place to shop at cheaper rates, then this your place to be. Here, you can find more than 100 stalls of clothes, souvenirs, jewelry, and whatnot. This is a true paradise for shoppers and makes sure that you use your bargaining skills to buy stuff at the lowest price possible. 

Apart from this, here you can also find trinkets, bags, glasses, and countless other things at a very nominal price.

Location:
Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

Timings:
10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Price:
There is no entrance fee.

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Fa Yuen Street Market

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Are you a sports lover? Make sure that you add Fa Yuen Street Market in your list of places to visit in Hong Kong as this is a place where you can find all the equipment and gears for almost every sport at a very low price. From the t-shirts, hats, caps, gears, and everything else you can shop all of them. There are also some fruits and vegetable stalls on the road where you can drink juices and revive yourself.

Location:
Fa Yuen St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

Timings:
2:00 pm to 11:00 pm

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Stanley Market

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Stroll the winding roads of Stanley Market which are packed with antiques and clothes which you can buy as a souvenir of the trip. Additionally, just 5 minutes away to the Stanley Market is the Murray house which is an open-air market and has a bunch of colonial buildings on its map. 

In the Stanley market, you can even find unique stuff like bamboo birdcages, paper lanterns, and Chinese ornaments which are hand made in Hong Kong. Each thing is unique to this place and is crafted elegantly by the locals.

Location:
96 Stanley Main St, Stanley, Hong Kong

Timings:
24 hours open

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Causeway Bay

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Famed as the Hong Kong Attractions, it is the energetic retail heart of the place. From the plush luxury malls to conventional stores, there is everything that you might need to shop in Hong Kong. Apart from this, there are several dining options which are available on this bay, and each one of them serves delicious meals which will be a feat for your buds.

Most of the attractions are quite close to this place and is even dotted with a number of food joints.

Location:
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.

Timings:
10:00 am to 11:00 pm

Price:
Entry free

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Peng Chau Island

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One of the quite Hong Kong Attractions is the Peng Chau Island and here one can actually see the small island lifestyle. This place is known for its temples and is located on the north-eastern side of Lantau island. 

Additionally, it is located at an altitude of 95 m above the ground level and gives the picture-perfect views of the serene sites it surrounds. Here you can relish the lip-smacking seafood which will be made out of fresh animals.

Location:
North-eastern coast of Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Timings:
24 hours open

Price:
No entrance fee

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Ghost Island/ Yim Tin Tsai

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An island that was once deceased is now living again, and this is where it gets the name Ghost Island. Earlier it was all abandoned, but it marks its place in the tourism map of the cramped city. The original name of the island is Yim Tin Tsai and is just perfect for the solitude seekers. 

Previously it was the home of the Hakka community, but now a clan of China has migrated to this scenic site of beauty.  The Yim Tin Tsai means Little Salt Pan, and this is the thing with which people earned their living.

Location:
Yim Tin Tsai, Ghost Island, Hong Kong

Timings:
24 hours open

Price:
No entrance fee.

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Shing Wong Street Art

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One of the most Instagram worthy places to visit in Hong Kong is the Shing Wong Street Art as it is all over covered with graffiti and arts. Each one of the buildings and roads is an art gallery in themselves as all of them have a different form of art crafted on them. In fact, the alleyways and the roofs are also coloured and textures with unique styles which make it even more remarkable.


Location: 12 Shing Wong St, Central, Hong Kong

Timings: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on all days except Saturday and Sunday

Price: No entrance fee.


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Museum of Coastal Defence

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Settled overlooking Lei Yue Mun channel, Museum of Coastal Defence is a part of the coastal defense fort and was built back in the British era of 1886. Which makes it more than 100 years old and is one of the most prominent military installations. All over the site, one can see the relics of the second world war and the bravery of the fighters too.

Location:
175 Tung Hei Road, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong

Timings:
9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Price:
Starting from INR 100
                                 HKD 11.22

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Cheung Chau Island

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Famed as the dumbbell island, the Cheung Chau Island is located close to Hong Kong Island. It is called so due to its shape and is not at all densely populated. If you are looking for a combination of a quaint place along with picture-perfect views, then this is the right place for you. To reach out to this place, there is a short ferry ride, on which you can gape at the scenic views of the lush greens contrasting with the clear skies.

Location:
Cheung Chau is 10 kilometers southwest of Hong Kong Island

Timings:
24 hours open

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Wong Tai Sin Temple

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Another in the array striking places to visit in Hong Kong is Wong Tai Sin Temple. This is one of the Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple and promises to make every wish come true, upon request. Also, this is not just for one religion but Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism. Devotees of all of them visit here to seek the blessing and ask Almighty to fulfill their wishes. 

The architecture of the temple is quite elegant and showcases vibrant tones and textures.

Location:
 2 Chuk Yuen Rd, Chuk Un, Hong Kong

Timings:
7:00 am to 5:00 pm

Price:
Starting from INR 900 per person
                                 HKD 100.96 per person

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Golden Bauhinia Square

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Located right next to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, faces Wan Chai waterfront. It gets its name as there is a huge  Bauhinia statue right in the center and is 20 meters high. 

Something which makes it unique is that it is made up of 206 overlapping tablets, out of which sixty are rounded and are in granite color. The body of the monument highlights the nine shimmering Chinese characters, and the aura is extraordinary.

Location:
1 Expo Dr, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Timings:
24 hours open

Price:
No entrance fee

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Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower

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Next, in the list of Hong Kong Attractions, is Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower which is more of a landmark. This is the place where you can take a look at the time and manage it well. From this tower, you can take a look at the lush green trails of nature and add up a scenic destination in your vacation plans.

Apart from this, the historic tower was built back in the 19th century and the elevation of the tower is almost 44 m above the ground. It is made up of brick and granite and this is what adds color to it.

Location:
Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Timings:
24 hours open

Price:
No entrance fee

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Kowloon City

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As Hong Kong is formed by 18 districts this is one of them and surely the most remarkable one. This is the place where you can find the best Thai restaurants and not only this but you can also visit the silent coffee shops that you like. It is called the “Mini Thailand of Hong Kong” and has a rich history of culture and traditions. 

You can discover a number of colorful cafes and serene temples in Kowloon City and have an action-packed vacation.

Location:
Kowloon City District, Hong Kong.

Timings:
12:00 am to 10:00 pm

Price:
No entrance fee

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Long Ke Wan Beach

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One of the scenic beauties and the Hong Kong Attractions is the Long Ke Wan Beach where you can not only enjoy the soothing waves and vibes but can even set up a camp. It is surrounded by lush green hillsides and the crystal clear water and shiny white sands are a plus to its beauty. 

There are a few dams close to it which you can visit while you are one tour to the beach or you can just sit back and relax at the warm sand. The views of this place are surreal and will surely melt your heart away with its lure.

Location:
Sai Kung District, Hong Kong

Timings:
24 hours open

Price:
No entrance fee.

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Big Waves Beach

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Are you windsurfer? The Big Wave beach gets its name as it has a rage of large waves where you can enjoy windsurfing. It is located on the eastern tip of the Hong Kong Island and is close to the Dragon’s back to the views from this place are a delight to the eyes and one can take a look at it. 

Apart from this, here you can stroll on the beach along with the sparkling white sands or just soak in the warmth of the sun.

Location:
 Big Wave Bay Road, Shek O, Hong Kong Island

Timings:
24 hours open

Price:
No entrance fee.

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Aberdeen Fishing Village

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Nested close to the heart of Hong Kong, Aberdeen Fishing Village is a quaint village that is a perfect spot for adventure lovers. Holding its mark in the best places to visit in Hong Kong it is densely populated by the fishermen and here you can find rows of fishermen's selling and catching them. 

This place lacks the touch of modernity and is still a small swapped area of the city. It is called the “Fragrant Harbour” and this is what Hong Kong means.

Location:
Aberdeen, Hong Kong, China

Timings:
12:00 am to 12:00 pm

Price:
No entrance fee.

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Hong Kong Wet Land Park

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Serving as a combination of education and convention centre the  Hong Kong Wet Land Park is one of the most visited Hong Kong attractions. Something which makes this park unique is that exhibits various themed exhibitions along with a theatre and souvenir shop from where you can buy one. 

Additionally, there is also an indoor play area where you can enjoy and have a memorable time with your traveling partners. It is a world-tourism eco-park, and one must surely visit this on a Hong Kong trip.

Location:
Wetland Park Rd, Tin Shui Wai, Hong Kong

Timings:
10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Price:
Starting from INR 300 per person

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Hong Kong Space Museum

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One of the most magnificent and famous landmarks established in Hong Kong is the Hong Kong Space Museum. Occupying an area of approx 8000 square metres, the Hong Kong Space Museum symbolises the significance of astronomy and space science education.

You can bring your kids to the theatre in the Space Museum, where they can learn a lot about space as well as engage themselves in various fun and exciting gaming activities. Tsim Sha Tsui, one of the most astounding tourist places to visit in Hong Kong, where the Space Museum is situated, composes various high-end shops, bars, parks and several other museums.

This is a top-notch place for your space-nerd kids and they would be head over heels excited to know about the interactive exhibits of the Solar system, cosmology and spaceflight showcased in the planetarium, the only one in Hong Kong.

Location:
10 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Timing:
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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Lion Rock

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A wonderful area to hike that is also known as one of the most daring places in Hong Kong, with stunning views of the city. Hiking through the magnificent hills provides picturesque views of the mountain range and forest that stretches for kilometres. The jagged escarpment on their side characterises the 495 metre mountain.

From afar, it seems like a lion sitting regularly with its head pointing West, as if to keep the metropolitan centre secure. The Lion Rock Peak Area offers breath-taking views. It is situated on a ridge that divides the Colon and New Territories periods, with Colon and Port Island on one side and the New Territories on the other. It's a beautiful sight, and it's no surprise that it's Hong Kong's example and emblematic summit.
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Hong Kong Science Museum

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If you're interested in science and technology, go to the Hong Kong Scientific Museum, which serves as a hub for modern science and technological advancements. There are over 500 science-related exhibits divided into sectors such as transportation, telecommunication, simulation, electronics, robots, and virtual reality.

The magnificent twin-tower energy machine is the museum's main attraction. Observing the dynamics underlying that machine's energy conversion procedures would undoubtedly fascinate you. This is one of the excellent places to visit in Hong Kong to bring your science-loving children to obtain accomplishments.

Location:
2 Science Museum Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong

Timing:
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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Sunset Peak

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A sunset lover desires a cool temperature, clear skies, and a spectacular sunset. So, what do you have to lose? Visit Sunset Peak (also known as Tai Tung Shan) in Lantau Island, one of the top places to visit in Hong Kong, and explore this paradise of islands and peaks.

If you are a hiker, you will hear numerous recommendations to climb ‘The Peak' or ‘Dragon's Back' when you arrive in Hong Kong, however if you truly want to make your hike more exciting, Sunset Peak is the way to follow. Wear comfortable hiking shoes, a bottle of water, a hat, and whatever else you feel comfortable in.

Sunset Peak is Hong Kong's third tallest mountain and a popular hiking destination. You'll be treated to a panoramic view of the flora as well as the sensation of a sea of grass washing past your legs.
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Po Toi Beach

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If you're looking for adventure and awe-inspiring natural beauty, head to Po Toi Island, one of Hong Kong's most popular places to go in Hong Kong. The Po Toi islands are a small group of islands in the southeastern section of Hong Kong, with a population of roughly 250 people. The remarkable rock formations and rock inscriptions on this sparsely populated island are well-known.

Po Toi is a well-known campsite and day excursion from Hong Kong because it combines hiking with the amazing and hypnotic scenery of the sea. Furthermore, in a Hong Kong public opinion poll, the rocks were rated as the most gorgeous and attractive.

There are a plethora of attractions to choose from when you arrive. Although you can be instinctual, it helps to know what these allures are and how much of your valuable time you should devote to them.
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Hong Kong Observation Wheel

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A visit to Victoria is a wonderful option if you want a bird's eye view of all the skyscrapers, Hong Kong Central, or Victoria harbour, but if you want to be closer to the harbour and the buildings, the Hong Kong Observation Wheel is a great alternative. It's right on the water's edge, so it's a must-see.

The 60-meter-high Ferris Wheel provides a spectacular perspective over the Star ferry terminal, The Waterfront, The Central, and the IFC shopping malls, as well as the surrounding high-rises. There are 42 Gondolas on the wheel, each seating eight people.

The ride lasts about 15 minutes and includes two or three spins, depending on how many people are on board. If you wish to journey through time and see the stunning faces of Hong Kong in different centuries, this is a must-see in Hong Kong.

Location:
33 Man Kwong St, Central, Hong Kong

Timing:
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens GreenHouse

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The Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Garden is one of the most attractive places to go in Hong Kong, offering the essence of rich flora and animals. After eleven years of construction, parts of the park opened in 1864 and the whole in 1871. Birds, reptiles, animals, and flowers can all be found in abundance in the park.

The garden is divided among eastern and western sections by Albany road, which spans 56 thousand square metres. The greenhouse, the bird collection in the aviaries, and a children's playground are all located in the old garden, which is to the east. Reptiles and animals will feel at ease in the new garden.

Location:
Albany Rd, Central, Hong Kong

Timing:
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
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  1. Which are the best places to visit in Hong Kong at night?

    1. Lantau Peak: Engage yourself in an amazing night hike which is totally worthwhile as the trip takes you to the beautiful Lantau Island. This nighttime hike is best suitable for experienced hikers if you are crazy about hiking and want to experience a night hike once in life.

    2. The Happy Valley Racecourse: Wednesday Night Horse Racing has been a traditional event in Hong Kong that runs from September to June. This place surely gives you the adrenaline pumping, the moment you back your favourite horse at Happy Valley. This is one of the best places to visit in Hong Kong and you should not miss out during your vacation in Hong Kong

    3. Nathan Road: Wander around the city lights as Hong Kong has so many iconic night scenes. Hang out near the Star Ferry and side streets of Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok. Capture pictures along Nathan Road with the light trails of the traffic as a charming backdrop.

    4. Play: Simply go wild at one of the best places to visit in Hong Kong. There are many clubs, pubs and other night attractions on the streets. Just go ahead together with the crowds of young spunky people and groove the whole night.

  2. Which are the romantic places to visit in Hong Kong?

    1. Ha Pak Nai: Ha Pak Nai is a mangrove-covered shallow beach where you may watch a spectacular sunset over the glistening water with your loved ones. This is one of the more reasonable and ideal destinations in Hong Kong for couples looking for a romantic holiday.

    2. Kwun Tong Promenade: This waterfront boardwalk is a little sanctuary with a one-kilometre promenade that provides spectacular views of Hong Kong Island East and Victoria Harbour. This most sought after place to go in Hong Kong offers a panoramic location, creates a relaxing ambience and invites visitors to have a sensual stroll.

    3. Lei Yue Mun Coast LightHouse: Lei Yue Mun is a nearby place in Old Hong Kong. Along the coastline of Lei Yue Mun, there’s a green lighthouse that has been still in existence for over 50 years. From the lighthouse, you can capture a scenic sunset during golden hours and have a great romantic day out discovering old stone houses along the walking front.

    4. Peng Chau: Travel to Peng Chau for a romantic break where you may navigate through narrow alleys, alleyways, and discover places in Hong Kong such as Finger Hill, leaving you with lasting memories.

    5. Signal Hill Garden: This is a well-known landmark that has become one of Hong Kong's greatest honeymoon destinations. This location features an amusing terrain with numerous benches and a pavilion that will provide you and your special someone with all of the seclusion you require. Visitors can ascend the small spiral staircase to the top of the tower for panoramic views of the surrounding neighbourhood and Victoria Harbour. The Tsing Ma Bridge and Disneyland are both awe-inspiring views. 

  3. Which are the best places in Hong Kong to visit with Kids?

    1. Hong Kong Disneyland - A trip to Hong Kong would be completed without a stop at this enchanting and wonderful destination known as Disneyland! This is one of the world's biggest wonderlands, and it has to be one of the best locations for kids to visit in Hong Kong. When they see their favourite Disney figure, watch them howl with joy.

    2. Ocean Park - Children enjoy this water-themed ocean park, which is one of the most interesting locations to visit in Hong Kong. Arctic Blast, Flying Swing, and Waterfront are just a few of the thrilling rides available at this park. The sky tram ride, which provides a panoramic view of the entire island, astonishes both children and adults.

    3. Noah’s Ark - This is an iconic architectural park which is the world's first full-scale replica of the Ark. Kids would love to wander around the Ark Garden, Adventureland and Treasure House. This amazing landmark indulges people and kids with many fun and educational activities.

    4. Toy Streets Market -This market would entertain children by offering a vast range and variety of toy collections. The kids that are confined to this location have a field day. This market keeps up with shifting trends to attract clients. Market is also known for its colourful stationery items and plush animals, and it is one of the nicest locations to visit in Hong Kong.

    5. The Sky 100 - The International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong's tallest building, houses the Sky 100. This is the only interior monitoring station in Hong Kong that provides a bird's eye view of the entire city. Watching the vistas from the 100th floor in a double-deck high-speed elevator is an incredible thrill for your kids while exploring some of the places to go in Hong Kong.

  4. What is Hong Kong famous for?

    Hong Kong is mainly known for its amazing traditional customs, culture, high rise architectures, bustling shopping destinations and top class educational institutions. If you are someone who gets fascinated by history, then this is one of the best places in Hong Kong to visit.
  5. What is the best time to visit Hong Kong?

    The best time to visit Hong Kong would be from the month of September to the month of December as the weather remains just perfect. You will experience moderate temperatures which would make your sightseeing tours as well as adventure activities just worth it.
  6. How many days are enough to visit Hong Kong?

    In order to see all of the major tourist attractions and participate in a variety of adventurous activities, one would require at least 4 to 5 days in Hong Kong.

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