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Hong Kong - Top Tourist Attractions

Despite its small size, Hong Kong is full of attractions, sightseeing, and activities besides a healthy mix of street markets and huge shopping centers for you to shop till you drop. Then there's Lantau Island with Disneyland, the giant Buddha, beautiful beaches and breath-taking mountains. If you planning a Hong Kong Holiday choose between popular festivals and events like the Chinese New Year, Buddha Birthday, Spring Lantern Festival and New Year’s Eve, the celebrations are nothing short of spectacular. Here is a list of Top tourist attractions in Hong Kong for you to check out.

Victoria Peak, Hong Kong

With about 7 million visitors each year, Victoria Peak (also known as simply the...

Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland is a theme park that is situated on the reclaimed land...

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Ocean Park Hong Kong, or simply Ocean Park, is a combination of an animal...

Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Hong Kong

Most probably, the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade in Hong Kong is one of the...

Tian Tan Buddha, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

The extraordinary Big Buddha, formally known as the Tian Tan Buddha Statue, has made...

Ladies’ Market, Hong Kong

If you’re planning to take a trip to Hong Kong, one of the attractions...

Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong

Your visit to Hong Kong won’t be complete if you won’t drop by Lan...

A Symphony of Lights, Hong Kong

One of the most iconic parts of Hong Kong is the Symphony of Lights....

Hong Kong - Top Tourist Attractions

Famous for its iconic skyline and known as one of the top culinary capitals and commercial hub in the world, Hong Kong is a travel destination that millions of people visit for both business and leisure. If you're there to see the sights, this part of Asia will not disappoint. You won't be able to count with your fingers the number of top attractions here, including those less traveled and explored.

What Are Hong Kong's Top Attractions?


Hong Kong Disneyland

This is one of the reasons Hong Kong is perfect for a family holiday. Experience Disneyland Resort with its favorite characters and rides. Enjoy the Iron Man Experience, Star Wars™: Tomorrowland Takeover, Mickey and the Wondrous Book, and the Disney Explorers Lodge, among others.

The Peak

View all of Hong Kong from the top at its highest peak. Take the Peak Tram service to reach any of the vantage points—a large viewing platform at The Peak Tower, a free-entry observation deck at The Peak Galleria, Lions Point View Pavilion, and the Lugard Road Lookout.

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Don't want to go down from Disneyland's adrenaline rush? Pump it up and enjoy more at the Ocean Park Hong Kong, a theme park that features rides, shows, and animals. Some of its major attractions are Adventures in Australia, Polar Adventure, and Old Hong Kong. Let the inner child in you enjoy the wild rides.

Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade

A leisurely stroll in this stretch of promenade is a treat for your senses. From the colonial-era Clock Tower, you will pass by the Avenue of Stars, the Hong Kong Space Museum, and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre before you reach Hung Hom, Kowloon City District's administrative part. But the real highlight is the Hong Kong Island skyline you can see over Victoria Harbour.

Lantau Island

This outlying island is the largest in Hong Kong with many top attractions in and around it—The Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery in Ngong Ping, the Heritage Hotel and Stilt Houses in Tai O, Lantau Peak, the Cheung Sha Beach and Pui O Beach, and Discovery Bay, just to name a few.

Temple Street Night Market

It's not a true holiday without you going home with bits of souvenirs. In Hong Kong, where you buy your knick-knacks is an attraction in itself. After all, it showcases what a festivity of a Chinese market looks like. It has also made appearances in many memorable films. What is even better is that, in the middle of its main drag, is the Tin Hau temple from which the market is named after.

Lan Kwai Fong

This is the party central in Hong Kong and part of the nightlife district made up of numerous clubs and bars. Choose from a range of establishments that are sure to fill your night with fun and excitement. And if you head out to the Wan Chai Bar District, you'll be drinking in Colonial-style pubs.

These are just a few of the top attractions in Hong Kong. Imagine how long the list will be if you count other attractions that didn’t make the top but are worth the trip.

With about 7 million visitors each year, Victoria Peak (also known as simply the Peak) is a major tourist attraction in Hong Kong, offering spectacular views of the city and its waterfront. Considering the great things the Peak has to offer, a vacation in Hong Kong will not be complete without experiencing such an interesting place. You might argue that it is crowded with tourists, but it is difficult to deny its beauty.Attractions in Victoria PeakWhen visiting the Peak, make sure you do not mis... Read More

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Victoria Peak Hong Kong (Tai Ping Shan) Ticket

Many tourists said: if you can visit only one place in Hong Kong, then go to Victoria Peak!Victoria Peak (Tai Ping Shan in Chinese), also known as Mount Austin, or locally as The Peak. It is t

Duration: 3 to 5 hours

$24.30*$26*Per person


Hong Kong Disneyland is a theme park that is situated on the reclaimed land in Penny’s Bay, Lantau Island. It is the first theme park that is located inside a Disneyland Resort and is a must-see for the inimitable sense of Chinese culture incorporated into it and, of course, its special attractions. Just by walking into it, you would feel like you are in a wonderland!Attractions in Hong Kong DisneylandAmong the top attractions in this theme park are the following:Big Grizzly Mountain Coast... Read More

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Hong Kong Disneyland

Enter a magical kingdom inspired by fairy-tale dreams and explore 7 lands—Adventureland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Main Street, U.S.A.—filled with beau

Duration: 5 to 8 hours

$98.28*$104*Per person


Ocean Park Hong Kong, or simply Ocean Park, is a combination of an animal theme park and amusement park that is located in Wong Chuk Hang and Nam Long Shan in Hong Kong’s Southern District. This theme park offers a variety of rides and attractions, including an aquarium dome, animal exhibits and roller coasters. Aside from being a theme park, this place aims to combine entertainment and education, which involve conservation advocacy.Attractions in Ocean Park Hong KongThis theme park compri... Read More

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Hong Kong Ocean Park

Opened in 1977, Ocean Park Hong Kong is a marine-life theme park featuring animals, thrill rides and shows. It is located on the southern side of Hong Kong Island, with an area of more than 915,000 sq

Duration: 8 hours

$71.39*$76*Per person


Most probably, the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade in Hong Kong is one of the finest city skylines in the world, offering great uninterrupted views of the city’s surroundings. This stretch of the public area officially starts at the New World Centre to the Hong Kong Coliseum and the Hung Hom train station.It is a beautiful place to have a walk during the day and even becomes better during the evenings, with its nightly spectacular sound and light show that involves numerous buildings on Hong Kong ... Read More

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Skip-the-line: 2-Day Hong Kong Open Top Bus Tour + Peak Tram Package

Enjoy this Deluxe 2-day ticket to discover the best of Hong Kong over 3 different routes. Your ticket also includes skip-the-line Peak Tram round trip ticket, Sky Terrace admission, star ferry ticket.

Duration: 10 to 16 hours

$118.28*$125*Per person


The extraordinary Big Buddha, formally known as the Tian Tan Buddha Statue, has made popular the remote Ngong Ping Village, which is hidden away by lush mountains, making it one of the most interesting places to visit in Hong Kong. Sitting 34 meters high, facing north to look over the people of China, this majestic bronze Buddha has been drawing pilgrims not only from Asia but also from all over the world.The combination of its lips, eyes, the incline of its head and its right hand (raised to de... Read More

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Lantau Island and Giant Buddha Cable Car Group Tour with Hotel Pickup in Hong Kong Island

This sightseeing tour includes pickup from select hotels in the Central and East areas of Hong Kong Island and transfer to Lantau Island. Take a cable car tour to visit the Tian Tan Big Buddha Statue

Duration: 8 hours

$142.74*$151*Per person


If you’re planning to take a trip to Hong Kong, one of the attractions that you should check out is Ladies’ Market. It’s one of the many markets in the territory, and it’s worth a visit if you want to buy some souvenirs for your friends back home or shop for low-cost but attractive clothes for yourself. It’s also a must see if you want to immerse yourself in the Hong Kong culture and interact with the locals.Where Is It Located?Ladies’ Market is actually the s... Read More

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Hong Kong Shore Excursion: Full-Day City Sightseeing Tour

After your cruise ship docks in the port of Hong Kong, enjoy a full-day shore excursion to the must-see sites of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Your informative guide will take you to Hong Kong’s famou

Duration: 7 hours

$158.39*$167*Per person


Your visit to Hong Kong won’t be complete if you won’t drop by Lan Kwai Fong at least once. This might seem like an outlandish and exaggerated statement, but the fact is that Lan Kwai Fong has become one of the most popular attractions in the territory and attracts both locals and tourists almost every single day.The area will instantly become your favorite if you love dancing, drinking, and meeting new people but, even if you’re a not really a party person, it’s still a ... Read More

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Private Sightseeing in Hong Kong By Night

Make the most out of your stay in Hong Kong by discovering the best this city has to offer in a fully customizable tour! At the desired time, an experienced English-speaking professional driver will p

Duration: 3 hours

$150.08*$158*Per person


One of the most iconic parts of Hong Kong is the Symphony of Lights. Through its five Themes (Awakening, Energy, Heritage, Partnership, and Celebration), it walks spectators through the territory’s history, cultural diversity, and vibrant energy as well as the richness of its heritage and the unified partnership of both sides of the harbor. It’s a must-see when you visit Hong Kong and, thankfully, catching the show isn’t difficult so you can easily include it in your itinerary.... Read More

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Symphony of Lights Hong Kong Harbor Night Cruise with Unlimited Drinks

Hong Kong's harbor dazzles with neon at night, but the synchronized Symphony of Lights laser show takes the nightly spectacle to another level. Cruise Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour aboard a sightseeing

Duration: 1 hour

$49.58*$53*Per person


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