Top 10 Places to Visit in Hong Kong

By Admin | Last Updated July 27, 2019

Avenue of Stars

Hong Kong, China

The Avenue of Stars one of the most popular tourist spots located along the waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui, in Hong Kong. The place pays honors those who have made great contributions to make Hong Kong the ‘Hollywood of the East’. You can enjoy Hong Kong Skyline and Star ferry service to go to Hong Kong island from Kowloon.

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Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong, China

Enter a magical kingdom inspired by fairy-tale dreams and explore 7 lands filled with magic and Disney Characters mystic manor small world happiest place on earth for all.Hong Kong Disneyland is not only one of the greatest creations of Walt Disney but is a source of happiness.

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Ocean Park

Hong Kong, China

Ocean Park Hong Kong is an educational sea-themed park that features animal exhibits, thrill rides, a play land for young kids, and a wide range of shows. It’s situated on the southern side of Hong Kong Island.

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Victoria Peak

Hong Kong, China

Victoria Peak is a tall island located on the western half Hong Kong. The sparkling skyscrapers and Victoria Harbor all the way to the green hills of the peak one of the most popular attractions in Hong Kong.

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Tian Tan Buddha, Po Lin & Nong Ping

Hong Kong, China

Surrounded by the Po Lin Monastery One of the most popular Hong Kong attractions is the Big Buddha on Lantau Island. Peacefully seated on a top of lotus flower Tian Tan Buddha statue is compared to some of the world’s most massive Buddhas for its size. And remote Po Lin Monastery one of Lantau highlights is a beautiful Buddhist temple located on Ngong Ping Plateau, on Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Here is a Ngong Ping Cable Car service in Hong Kong that’s offers breathtaking views over the thick green peaks of Lantau Island.

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Lamma Island

Hong Kong, China

From Hong Kong’s downtown Lama Island is a traditional Chinese fishing village which is separated by the East Lamma Channel. This island is a popular weekend getaway because of its hiking trails, multicultural shops and cafes, and renowned seafood dining.

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Tsim Sha Tsui

Hong Kong, China

This is a major district of Kawloon with full of attractions like Star Hotels Shopping charming and faithfully ferry boats service carrying passengers from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon since over 120 years. Around twelve distinct green and white vessels traverse the waters of Victoria Harbor every day. Tourists can count on one leaving every 10-12 minutes.

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Aberdeen

Hong Kong, China

A quaint and charming Fishing Village Aberdeen famous for its boat people living in the harbor & floating seafood restaurants. Aberdeen is home to Jumbo Kingdom, the world's largest floating restaurant. With an opportunity to join an optional Sampan Ride, allowing a close up view of waterborne life.

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Mong Kok and Nathan Road

Hong Kong, China

Night market Mong Kok is the heart of Kowloon area in Hong Kong. Famous for shopping stalls with clothes and knick-knacks cram the vast Ladies’ Market, plants and colorful blooms fill the Flower Market and Nathan Road is the oldest and famous crowded road in Kowloon.

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Ten Thousand Buddha’s Monastery and Chi Lin Nunnery

Hong Kong, China

An impressive complex nested in the Po Fook Hill mountains in Sha Tin The Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery Escape the crowds by exploring a quieter and quirkier side to Hong Kong most memorable cultural sites for travelers. Not far from Buddha Monastery the Chi Lin Nunnery from Tang Dynasty is one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong.

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Repulse Bay Beaches and Stanley Market

Hong Kong, China

The Repulse Bay beaches located in the Southern District in Hong Kong. It is the most popular beaches with both locals and visitors because it is easy to access a great seaside town to shopping and eating attractions around the beach and Stanley Market close to Repulse Bay on Hong Kong Island as the must-visits of street markets and attractions and a great bargain place for Chinese.

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Hong Kong Central

Hong Kong, China

The two major convention and exhibition venues are The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre are home to many of the world’s largest and most prestigious trade shows and exhibitions. Around here the Bauhinia Sculpture is a landmark and open area in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Also the city's most respected art institutions Hong Kong Arts Centre is a non-profit arts organization with a 3D cinema, theatres, studios, office space and more. The Central–Mid-Levels escalator is the world's longest outdoor covered escalator system in Hong Kong.

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