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Top attractions in Hong Kong

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Top 10 things to do in Hong Kong

With its enticing cocktail of Chinese and Western cultures, Hong Kong is unique. Crowded but exciting, the city's vibrant streetlife drives a culture of good food, good shopping, and good living! Here's just a taste of the city's great attractions.

Victoria Peak

Take the Victorian funicular to Hong Kong Island's highest point. The spectacular views are just a short journey from the city center!

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Entertainment and education collide at Ocean Park! Rides include the Hair Raiser floorless rollercoaster and the Shark Mystique underwater safari.

Lamma Island

Hong Kong's third-largest island offers day-trippers scenic hiking trails and clean beaches, as well as traditional architecture, modern art, and sophisticated restaurants.

HSBC Building

Hong Kong's history is reflected in the changing face of its skyline stalwart. The building's nighttime light display provides the perfect conclusion to a long day of sightseeing!

International Finance Centre (IFC)

If the views from Victoria Peak didn't knock you out, the ones from Hong Kong's tallest building will! Its observation deck offers a breathtaking panorama from the 100th floor.

Man Mo Temple

As one of Hong Kong's oldest temples, Man Mo was at the center of the colonial city's spiritual life. The sightseeing favorite continues to offer refuge from the Hollywood Road.

Hong Kong Disneyland

Disney brings its magic to Asia, with seven themed areas providing world-class family entertainment with an East Asian twist. Its grounds even adhere to feng shui!

Po Lin Monastery

Visit the Po Lin Monastery to see the Tian Tan statue. Located on Lantau Island, it's 200 scenic steps to the top of the hill with the world's largest outdoor sitting buddha!

Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery

This monastery in Sha Tin is famous for its numerous miniature buddhas. Despite its name, there are actually closer to 13,000!

Nan Lian Garden

Landscaped in the style of the Tang dynasty, this peaceful public garden lets visitors roam classic wooden architecture, buddhist relics, and tranquil lotus ponds.

Planning Your Hong Kong Visit

Best time to visit?

Hong Kong attracts visitors all year round, so be sure to book your hotel well in advance. If you're travelling on a budget, keep in mind that many hotels offer cheaper rates during the winter and summer months, though the latter can be mercilessly humid.

What language?

While the official language of China is Mandarin, most Hong Kongers speak Cantonese and English.

What currency?

Despite its size, Hong Kong uses its own currency called the Hong Kong Dollar. Exchange rates within the country are very good, so wait until you arrive to change your money, and don't forget to change it back before you leave!

Good to know

  • Language
    Chinese (Cantonese) and English
  • Currency
    HKD ($ or HK$)
  • Time Zone
    UTC (+08:00)
  • Country Code
    852
  • Best time to visit
    Visit in spring or fall to avoid less desirable weather, but remember that Hong Kong is a popular destination year-round!

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What people are saying about Hong Kong

Terrified of heights and loved this experience

My earlier misgivings about facing a fear of heights on a trip in a glass-bottomed cable car were soon quietened as I took in the beauty of the views from our car. The smooth, gentle movement of the car up the hill allowed me to focus on all I could see rather than worrying about the journey. It was an incredible way to reach the Po Lin monastery and would definitely recommend it as a ‘must do’ while in Hong Kong. Gorgeous views, brilliant journey, lovely staff!

A nice relaxing way to see the Hong Kong Harbour.

We thought the staff were extremely good. We found it hard to work out where to wait at the convention centre site. - signage required in English. For safety reasons, having someone on shore to help secure the rope to bollard. We base this on similar experiences around the world recently. There was no gang plank and if you have limited mobility, you could find it tricky to get on and off the boat.

Victoria Harbour: Hop-On Hop-Off Discovery Day Tour Reviewed by Anonymous, 09/20/2019

Outstanding, no doubt best guide you could consider in Hong Kong

Lawrence (Wong Wai Hung) simply outperformed in all respects, I would give him 7 stars if possible: great city and culture knowledge, lots of care about our interests, polite, time efficient, concerned about our overall well being while in HK, sent us follow ups and addresses regarding things to do and places to visit. Great human being on top of all. My family of 5 was amazed, thank you.

Welcome to Hong Kong: Private Tour with a Local Reviewed by ercka elizabeth, 08/18/2019

We had a great tour with our kind guide Mohammad.

In three hours we got a nice impression of the town. Mohammad was very kind and helpful. His english is excellent which was really helpful for our communication. Communication with your agency and with Mohammad was going very well after we have mad our booking. All in all it was a very pleasant experience which we would definitely recommend to others.

Welcome to Hong Kong: Private Tour with a Local Reviewed by Sabine, 07/11/2019

Nice experience, though I wouldn't do it again

The boat is new-old (not old really), but the experience was good. I do not think it is worth all that money (it is pricey indeed), especially if you want to get an extra drink (besides the one already included)... I can't remember a price that high in any other place I've been (and I've been to very expensive restaurants in Europe)