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Hong Kong City Attractions

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Victoria Peak 4.0 stars
Mountain - #1 of 17
We took the tram to the Peak and it was quite an experience, as it was moving at a very steep angle. Unfortunately, it was a misty day, so we could not see very far. Still, the views of the Hong Kong were stunning, especially when it started ... [more ]
Hong Kong International Airport 4.0 stars
Airport - #2 of 17
At Hong Kong’s new international airport, I was able to make a direct transfer, however I had about an hour and half to wait and was able to browse around the shops and restaurants in the terminal. The actual building was also quite an impressive ... [more ]
Lamma Island 4.0 stars
Natural Monument and Landmark - #3 of 17
After scrambling over rocks and climbing trees, our big group of hungry people arrived at one of the local island restaurants where we had reserved 2 big round tables. This was my first experience with live food tanks sitting outside the kitchen, ... [more ]
Ocean Park 4.0 stars
Entertainment, Festival, Amusement Park - #4 of 17
Ocean Park is one of the best amusement parks I’ve been to. The rides are really big and challenging and it’s spread across a hill, so the views are excellent. The roller coaster is challenging and I remember going alone on the Space Wheel ... [more ]
Ngong Ping Cable car and Village 5.0 stars
Entertainment, Festival, Amusement Park - #5 of 17
Quite a long time ago, but not too long back, Lantau island was only accesible by boat. Then came the new airport, the Tsing Ma Bridge, Disneyland and what was once an isolated climb for Buddhists has become a family day out. This cable car runs ... [more ]
The Park Lane 5.0 stars
Quarter - #6 of 17
The Park Lane Hotel in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay district is so well located that it provided two great views in one. I was able to enjoy a fantastic stay with views over Victoria Park and over Hong Kong’s harbour. This hotel is a large five star ... [more ]
Times Square 4.0 stars
Shopping - #7 of 17
Times Square in Hong Kong is a fantastic place to visit and it certainly has a feel of significance about it. It is in fact an upscale shopping complex, modern and very stylish, with the setting of the building in an area that makes it stand out ... [more ]
Laguna City 4.0 stars
Quarter - #8 of 17
Laguna City is a complex of condominiums and shops that used to be very popular with people who worked at Hong Kong’s old airport. Now that many of them have moved to Lantau island to be within better reach of the new airport, Laguna city is more ... [more ]
New World Centre 4.0 stars
Shopping - #9 of 17
New World Centre shopping mall in Hong Kong’s TsimShaTsui area spans a good length of the base of road behind Nathan road which forms the peninsular of the mainland. I actually got lost in this building on my last foray there, because it is, ... [more ]
Hong Kong Space Museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #10 of 17
Generally speaking, I'm not one for museums but when it comes to anything to do with Space, I'm there! So when I arrived in Kowloon and I noticed that there was a space museum I was there like a shot! The museum is located in a dome that you ... [more ]
Time Square Hong Kong 4.0 stars
Square - #11 of 17
For you shopaholics, you can be happy cos Time Square Hong Kong is available. It is located on Causeway Bay. They have everything you need. Shopping malls and World Trade Centre are all at Time Square. What do you need? Food, clothes, accessories ... [more ]
Hong Kong Condominiums 4.0 stars
Quarter - #12 of 17
Its not a side of Hong Kong you will likely come across as a tourist, and that is just as well. The jack-hammers come to life during the day in almost all of Hong Kong’s newly built condominiums. This is because almost all condominiums in Hong ... [more ]
The Shun Tak Centre 4.0 stars
Shopping - #13 of 17
The Shun Tak Centre is a huge complex that sits close to the Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal and is the place that I headed for in order to catch a turbo-cat to go to Macau. The centre itself comprises 2 large towers, and a shopping plaza beneath, ... [more ]
Mid-Levels Escalator 4.0 stars
Other Urban Landmark - #14 of 17
I had to meet up with my friend in Hong Kong and she told me that she lived at Mid-Levels. I was totally confused what it was. Mid-Levels’ located in Hong Kong island. It’s one of the most expensive areas in Hong Kong island. It is in middle of ... [more ]
Sai Keng 4.0 stars
Other Urban Landmark - #15 of 17
Sai Keng in Hong Kong is a very small village situated just 10km or so from the larger, similarly named town of Sai Kung. It is so small that you might miss it, but it is well worth a trip. I recently went there to see some friends, and although ... [more ]
Star Ferry - Victoria Harbour 3.0 stars
Harbour - #16 of 17
The Star Ferry is an icon of Hong Kong’s heritage. There are other options to cross Victoria Harbour (MTR and road tunnels) but why bother? It’s the cheapest and most relaxing way and the views are truly stunning. Star Ferry operate a number of ... [more ]
Causeway Bay 3.0 stars
Harbour - #17 of 17
I love clubbing in Hong Kong. Besides Mongkok, Causeway Bay is also famous for the clubs, disco pubs and karaoke. Before leaving Hong Kong, clubbing is one of the have-to-do thing in your list. In this area, you’ll find some western clubs and ... [more ]
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