Tourist Attractions

Hong Kong is a city of contrasts; it has a rich history as well as a cultural heritage. Being one of the most popular destinations in Asia, the city attracts millions of tourists every year. In order to attract people around the world, the city has a lot of things to do. There are a number of attractions that are well-known around the world. The majority are located on Hong Kong Island or Kowloon, such as the famous Victoria Peak, Victoria Harbour, Avenue of Stars, which are the main tourist venues of Hong Kong; others are on Lantau Island or in the New Territories.
A well-developed network of public transport allows one to easily reach all attractions.
Avenue of Stars
Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Situated on the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade right on the waterfront of Victoria Harbour, Avenue of Stars is a walking road dedicated to the stars Hong Kong's film industry. It is a very popular place among tourists. Read More ...
DHL Hong Kong Balloon
West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade, Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Located on the West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade, the DHL Balloon is a relatively new attraction in Hong Kong and offers spectacular view of Victoria Harbour. The balloon rises up to 100 meters and takes up to 30 visitors per ride. From above, visitors have excellent photo opportunities, which are not spoiled by windows reflection. There are two types: Day Flights from 10:00am till 5:45pm, and Night Flights from 6:00pm - 9:45pm. Read More ...
Attractions in Mei Foo
Shop 215, 2/F, The Household Centre, Nob Hill, 8 King Lai Path, Mei Foo, Kowloon
The Dialogue in the Dark exhibit in Hong Kong opened in 2010. The exhibition takes approximately 75 minutes to navigate. Visitors explore different types of environments using smell, temperature and texture, and various sounds. The exhibition is constructed in total darkness. When you enter the exhibit, you'll find there are five different environments to explore. Read More ...
Hong Kong Disneyland
Sunny Bay, Lantau Island
There are many places people dream to visit in their lifetime. Hong Kong Disneyland is one of the leading must-see places in the city. Its unique design that depicts the rich Chinese culture makes visitors fall in love at first sight. It originally opened in 2005, and is estimated to host 40,000 visitors a day. Expansions are constantly being made to provide visitors with even more unique attractions. Read More ...
LKF - D'Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong Island. SoHo - the area along Staunton Street, Elgin Street and Shelley Street.
Whether you are on vacation or having a cultural exploration, Lan Kwai Fong & SoHo will provide all that you desire. Hong Kong has a vibrant nightlife and Lan Kwai Fong is its epicenter. There are plenty of bars and clubs to visit that always have entertainment available. On Friday and Saturday, LKF is most crowded with people looking for entertainment. Read More ...
Ngong Ping 360
11 Tat Tung Road, Tung Chung, Lantau Island
Ngong Ping 360 is one of the most visited places in Hong Kong. With natural environmental features and whole world of potential discoveries, this place in no doubt a must visit in Hong Kong. The best experience of this place starts a car ride of 25 minutes from Tung Chung. This takes you through a village that is themed in the richest culture. Read More ...
Noonday Gun, Causeway Bay
Opposite World Trade Centre, Causeway Bay, HK Island
One of the landmarks of Causeway Bay is Noonday Gun. It is a former naval gun located on Causeway Bay's waterfront, opposite World Trade Centre and Excelsior Hotel Hong Kong, and has a quite interesting history. The original location was in East Point, but due to the land reclamation it has been moved to the current location. The gun is fired daily at noon. Read More ...
Ocean Park
Ocean Park Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong Island
This park is one of the best themed attractions in Hong Kong, which is fully packed with high adrenaline, great theater shows as well as a great aquarium. Regardless of what age you are, this park is exuberant for a good day. The park offers a wide selections of attractions for all ages: SkyFair, Grand Panda Habitat & Pand Village, Emerald Trail, Bird Theatre, Park Tower, Abyss Drop, Crazy Galleon, Ocean Theatre. Read More ...
Star Ferry
Star Ferry Pier, Tsim Sha Tsui, Central or Wan Chai
Star Ferry is good and economic mode of transportation across Victoria Harbour as well as a nice sightseeing tour. A trip across Victoria Harbour affords terrific views of both sides of the harbour; Hong Kong Island with its skyscrapers, hotels and bank towers from one side and bustle Tsim Sha Tsui from another side. Read More ...