Hong Kong Attractions

  • Skyline and Symphony of Lights
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    Hong Kong Island's impressive skyline becomes an even more spectacular sight at night, especially during the multimedia light show known as 'Symphony of Lights'. Read more...
  • The Peak
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    A funicular tram ride brings you to Victoria Peak, at 552 m (1800ft) the highest point on Hong Kong Island. It is a popular tourist attraction thanks to the spectacular views over Hong Kong's skyline. Read more...
  • Bank of China Tower
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    The iconic 70-story Bank of China Tower - designed by American architect I.M. Pei as a stack of prisms - was Hong Kong's tallest building when it was completed in 1990. Read more...
  • Star Ferry
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    Despite modern competition from rail and road tunnels, the historic Star Ferry continues to be a popular means of crossing Victoria Harbour, especially with tourists. Read more...
  • Man Mo Temple
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    This is probably the most charming temple in Hong Kong, best known for the many incense coils hanging from the ceiling. It is dedicated to two deities: the God of Literature and the God of War. Read more...
  • Statue Square
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    Statue Square - a pedestrianized refuge in crowded Central district - is a popular gathering place. The square is adorned with fountains and a statue of Sir Thomas Jackson. Read more...
  • Wong Tai Sin Temple
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    Wong Tai Sin Temple, a Taoist temple built in 1921, is one of Hong Kong's most popular temples. Visitors come here to have their fortunes told and to make a wish at the altar. Read more...
  • Old Bank of China Building
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    Built in 1950 as one of Hong Kong's tallest and most prestigious buildings, the former Bank of China building is now dwarfed by the neighboring skyscrapers such as the HSBC Building. Read more...
  • Kowloon Park
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    This popular park has several gardens, two playgrounds, a bird lake, sports amenities and many other attractions. It is a large park, especially for Kowloon where space is at a premium. Read more...
  • Clock Tower
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    Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, Clock Tower is one of Hong Kong's oldest landmarks. It was built on the site of the old Kowloon Station, which was part of the Kowloon-Canton Railway. Read more...
  • Nathan Road
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    This long, crowded boulevard in Kowloon is dubbed the 'Golden Mile' for its many neon signs. The road, which runs from the waterfront to Mongkok, is popular with visitors for the many shopping opportunities. Read more...
  • Mongkok
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    Known as the most crowded area in an already overcrowded Kowloon, Mongkok is busy day and night. The area is a shopper's paradise, despite its reputation as the heartland of triad gangs. Read more...
  • Two International Finance Centre
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    Two IFC, a 415m / 1362ft tall skyscraper was built in 2003 on Hong Kong Island as the city's tallest building, replacing the Central Plaza, which was built a decade earlier. Read more...
  • Lippo Centre
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    The Lippo Centre is a twin-towered office complex located in Admiralty on Hong Kong Island. It is also known as the 'Koala Building', due to the cantilevered projections that seem to cling to the facade. Read more...
  • Avenue of Stars
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    This promenade on Tsim Sha Tsui's waterfront is Hong Kong's version of Hollywood boulevard's Walk of Fame. The avenue pays tribute to Hong Kong's rich cinematic tradition. Read more...
  • HSBC Bank Headquarters
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    When this 47 story, 180m (591ft) tall skyscaper was built in 1986 it was the world's most expensive skyscraper. The unique building was designed by the renowned British architect Norman Foster. Read more...
  • Jardine House
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    This skyscraper, completed in 1973, is known as 'The House of a Thousand Orifices' thanks to its 1700-plus round windows. The 52 story tower was once the tallest building in Asia. Read more...
  • Hong Kong Park
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    Hong Kong Park, surrounded by a cluster of skyscrapers is located in Hong Kong's busy Central district. The fairly new park - it opened in 1991 - has a large aviary with elevated walkways. Read more...
  • Legislative Council Building
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    The neo-classical legislative Council Building is a beautiful remnant of Hong Kong's colonial era. The domed building was designed by Sir Aston Webb and completed in 1912. Read more...
  • Zoological and Botanical Gardens
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    The botanical garden is strewn with a huge variety of tropical plants and trees. The relatively small zoological is home to several hundred birds, mammals and reptiles. Read more...
  • Peninsula Hotel
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    The Peninsula Hotel, located in Kowloon and overlooking Victoria Harbour is one of the world's most luxurious hotels. The Peninsula is famous for its fleet of Rolls-Royces. Read more...
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