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  • Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong

    Avenue of Stars

    One of the world's most smashing waterfronts. Wonderful skyline view and a promenade with statues showcasing the thriving HK film industry.

  • A Symphony of Lights, Hong Kong

    A Symphony of Lights

    Unique light & laser show accompanied by music features almost fifty buildings of the Victoria harbor skyline. A must see! Every day at 8PM.

  • Mong Kok, Hong Kong

    Mong Kok

    Densely populated district mixing neons, run-down buildings, new developments and street vendors. This is HK as you know it from movies.

  • The Peak, Hong Kong

    The Peak

    A premier tourist attraction. Take the tram up and marvel at the spectacular views of the skyline uncomparable to any other city.

  • Peak Tram, Hong Kong

    Peak Tram

    A must even if you're in HK only for a short stopover. Steep funicular railway that offers overwhelming views – a lifetime experience.

  • Central-Mid-Levels Escalator, Hong Kong

    Central-Mid-Levels Escalator

    Don't miss out the longest escalator in the world, serving as a regular means of public transport. Wonderful view of adjacent streets.

  • Jade Market, Hong Kong

    Jade Market

    Traditional market selling stone very important for the Chinese: jade in any imaginable color, shade, shape or use.

  • Golden Bauhinia Square, Hong Kong

    Golden Bauhinia Square

    This promenade commemorates the 1997 handover. Watch the flag-raising ceremony (8 a.m. daily) and explore the statues.

  • Ngong Ping 360, Hong Kong

    Ngong Ping 360

    Taking this gondola lift to see Tian Tan Buddha is a wonderful way to experience HK from a different angle.

  • Harbour City, Hong Kong

    Harbour City

    One of the largest mega-malls in Asia. Upscale shopping complex adjacent to the major cruise terminal. Its size will overwhelm you.

  • Tian Tan Buddha, Hong Kong

    Tian Tan Buddha

    Since its construction in 1993, this giant statue has become one of the most popular tourist attractions. Wonderful views on a clear day.

  • Sky100, Hong Kong

    Sky100

    Overlook Hong Kong from its tallest skyscraper that was just finished! The 100th floor observation deck offers smashing views.

  • Fa Yuen Street, Hong Kong

    Fa Yuen Street

    Despite being right next to the Ladies' market, its vibe is different and way less touristic. Bargain prices for fashion gear.

  • Hollywood Road, Hong Kong

    Hollywood Road

    Walk this vibrant street to explore numerous antiquities shops, contemporary art galleries and designer stores.

  • Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong

    Hong Kong Disneyland

    There's not much to say about this legendary amusement park. Seven theme lands provides plenty of fun for everyone!

  • Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong

    Po Lin Monastery

    Buddhist monastery holding three bronze Buddha statues representing the past, present and the future. Note the Chi Chuk Lam nunnery as well.

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