From food to shopping, Hong Kong has so much to offer. And while there are tons of spots that you should check out, here are the top 10 Hong Kong tourist spots that you shouldn’t miss.
First on our list of Hong Kong tourist spots that you should visit is Victoria’s Peak. It is located 396 meters above sea level and is one of the most stylish architectural Hong Kong attractions.
There is a 360 degree viewing platform, called the Sky Terrace, that offers panoramic views.
Meanwhile, the tower features many restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues inside.
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Disney is the happiest place on earth and they’ve spread the happiness in Hong Kong. It is the first theme park inside the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort. There are rides, food, and places to take lots of pictures.
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The Harbour is a natural land form situated between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. The Symphony of Lights, also known as the World’s Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show, includes more than 40 buildings on both sides of the Harbour.
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A vast contrast to the modern city is a tradition that coexisted with commercialization for years. It is a big part of Hong Kong culture as street arts were born out of the contrast of the two. There are walking tours in Old Town Central that cover the different art.
The Man Mo Temple is one of the oldest Taoist temples in Hong Kong. It pays tribute to the God of Literature ( Man) and the God of War (Mo).
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The park is the world’s seventh most popular amusement park and 33rd most visited tourist attraction by Forbes. It now has about 40 attractions and rides.
Some of the major attractions here include the Aqua City, Amazing Asian Animals, Polar Adventure and The Rainforest.
Be sure to try the Cable Car (The Waterfront), the Ferris Wheel, Hair Raiser and the Whirly Bird for a memorable adventure at the Ocean Park.
This famous cable car brings you to to the world’s largest outdoor bronze statue, the Giant Buddha. It is set in Ngong Ping Village, a 1.5 hectare site on Lantau Island.
You can choose from three different cabin style: Standard, Private, and Crystal. The last one is not for the faint of heart since it has a glass bottom, where you have an unobstructed view of the breathtaking sea and grassland.
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It is the unique and busy shopping district done Hong Kong style. You can buy just about anything here.
The crescent shaped beach is one of the most beautiful sands in Hong Kong. It’s name comes from a 19th Century battle where the British army repulsed pirates on attack. It is not a luxurious residential area.
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Last but not the least on our list of Hong Kong tourist spots that you should visit is The Stanley Market. It has unique silk garments, jewelry, souvenirs, and bargain buys that make it famous.
The Murray House is a restaurant that is located in a 160-year old restored three story colonial building. It was dismantled in 1982 and transplanted to the Stanley Waterfront.
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