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Is this your first time in Hong Kong?Here is a list of things to do or places to see.


  • Ride the Star Ferry: Board at Tsim Sha Tsui towards Central for one of the best HK views. Ferries are one of the cheapest and most enjoyable ways of getting around...make sure you have your camera ready.

  • See the Peak: The peak tram runs from 7am to midnight...Another great view of the city

  • Visit Victoria Park: Tranquility in the middle of the urban jungle. Play bowls, tennis, go for a swim, or just sit by the lake and relax. If you're an early riser, you can catch the old folks doing tai chi in shady corners

  • Ride the Mid-Levels Escalator: In the Guinness book of records as the longest covered escalator in the world, enjoy the view on the way to the mid-levels
  • Ocean Park: Take the cable car over dramatic cliff faces before reaching the many adrenaline-inducing amusement rides. Opening hours: 10am to 6pm daily; $208 adults, $103 child.
  • Shek-O: A 30 min. cab ride from Central, or a short haul via public transportation (bus #9 at Shau Kei Wan station). Enjoy a relaxed dinner at the village while you're in the area.
  • The Science Museum: Great exhibitions and everything to keep the mind busy. Free on Wednesdays.
  • The Temple Street Night Market: Knickknacks, fortune tellers, clothing, watches, electronics, sex toys, and other knock-offs – Haggling strongly encouraged. A must-see.
  • Festival Walk: Hong Kong's must-see mall, it holds a skating rink and large windows with a stunning view of Lion Rock, easily reached by Kowloon Tong station.
  • Dim sum: Eat your heart out in one of Hong Kong's many Chinese restaurants.
  • Hollywood Road! Buddhas, Mao memorabilia, and chinese souvenirs and arts and crafts – Hollywood Road is THE place for antiques.
  • Ride the Tram: For that traditional feeling, nothing beats the "ding-ding". In by the back and pay at the front as you exit.
  • The Big Buddha: The bronze Tian Tian Buddha is the largest outdoor seated Buddha in the world. Head out to Tung Chung station and then onto the Ngong Ping cable car.
  • Lan Kwai Fong: LKF for short, party with tourists, expats, and locals in the city's party area…
  • Go to Shenzhen! Take the train to Lo Wu or Lok Ma Chau and head off to Shenzhen and find bargains, manucure/pedicure and cheap massages!
  • Sai Kung's beaches!Head off to the white sandy beaches and clear blue waters in Sai Kung Country Park, enjoy great seafood on the Sai Kung piers.
  • Chungking Mansions:In the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, you'll find the heart of little India.
  • Check out the Festivals: Look up the calendar, there's always something going on...We recommend the Cheung Chau bun fest in May!
  • Another awesome view: Head off to Kowloon station to the ICC, Hong Kong's tallest building at the 100th floor. Elements, another great mall is also a must-stop for shoppers.
  • See Macau!:Casinos, great food, historical churches and great Portuguese colonial architecture. Get on a ferry in Sheung Wan or Kowloon and don’t forget your passport..





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