Hong Kong

Hong Kong Attractions

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Clock Tower

In 1910, the Kowloon-Canton rail line began service, shuttling passengers between Mainland China and Hong Kong. Five years later, the Clock Tower was erected ...  Read more

Ding Ding Tram (Double Deckers)

Hong Kong’s public transportation system is one of the most modern and efficient in the world, but for an authentic, street-level tour of old Hong Kong Island, ...  Read more

Flight Experience Hong Kong

Have you ever flown a plane? Here's your chance to skip the hassle of “licenses” and “pilot school.” At Flight Experience Hong Kong you can see if you have ...  Read more

Flower Market

The flower market is probably the most colorful and definitely the best smelling of the many Mongkok area markets. The vibrant stretch of road houses over 100 ...  Read more

Goldfish Street

There are dozens of street markets in Mong Kok crowded with vendors selling “designer” purses, cell phones and t-shirts. The most interesting and unique ...  Read more

Happy Valley Racecourse

The British handed over sovereignty of Hong Kong in 1997, but cultural vestiges remain. One of the most prevalent is horse racing, and the best place to see it ...  Read more

Heritage Museum

If you are looking for a unique, out of the way experience the Heritage Museum, nestled in a wooded area on the edge of the New Territories is worth the trek. ...  Read more

Hong Kong Disneyland

Anyone who’s experienced either of the Disney Magic Kingdom resorts in the United States will feel a sense of déjà vu when walking in to Hong Kong ...  Read more

Hong Kong Park

The amount of glass, steel and concrete in Hong Kong can be overwhelming but the city has several beautiful green lungs, the biggest and most central of which ...  Read more

Hong Kong Science Museum

More than 500 exhibits, most of them hands-on, fill the halls and rooms of the Hong Kong Science Museum, so when you’ve had your fill of staring at paintings ...  Read more

Hong Kong Skyline

Hong Kong, one of Asia’s biggest and most international cities, also enjoys one of the world’s most impressive skylines, particularly at night. With the ...  Read more

Hong Kong Tramways

In a modern international city like Hong Kong, public transportation is both abundant and efficient, so you’re never short on options for how to get around. If ...  Read more

Jade Market

In Chinese culture jade is associated with long life and purity and many locals in Hong Kong wear protective jade pendants based on their birthday and zodiac. ...  Read more

Jumbo Floating Restaurant

Anchored just off the Aberdeen waterfront in Aberdeen Harbour sits Hong Kong’s most famous restaurant. Aptly named Jumbo Floating Restaurant, a giant floating ...  Read more

Kowloon

Kowloon, on the mainland facing Hong Kong Island across Victoria Harbour, has a less formal, more domestic feel. Most Hong Kongers live in the crammed ...  Read more

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