Hong Kong Sightseeing
Aberdeen Floating Village
From fishing to tourism The fishing port of Aberdeen has been a major tourist attraction to the local population and tourists due its beautiful scene...
Central District in Hong Kong
Central is the business district of Hong Kong and is home to many fancy boutiques and shops. There are winding alleys filled with small shops that sel...
Dolphin Watching in Hong Kong
An activity for the whole family and perhaps the most unique boat trip is offered by Hong Kong Dolphin Watch. The sight of wild pink dolphins playing...
Po Lin Monastery and the Buddha are open to the public between 10:00 and 17:45. Access to the outside of the Buddha is free of charge, but there is an...
Hong Kong Cultural Centre
In 1989, Prince Charles and Princess Diana officially opened this center, located next to the Star Ferry terminal. It includes a 2,100-seat concert ha...
Hong Kong Museum of Art
It is one of the city's largest museums and is the perfect place to while away a few hours. It is adjacent to the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and fe...
Kowloon Park in Hong Kong
Kowloon Park is a 14 hectare oasis of green in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. Once the site of military barracks for British and Indian troops, the parkl...
The Ngong Ping Village is built next to the Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal, occupies a 15,000 square metre site and has been designed to mirror and uph...
Sam Tung Uk Museum in Hong Kong
Sam Tung Uk Museum was declared an historical monument in 1981 and offers a fascinating insight into Hong Kong's past. Sam Tung Uk, 'three row...
Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong
The cheapest and easiest way to get a view of both Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon peninsula is by taking the Star Ferry. They are cheap and do tours...
With some seven million visitors every year, the Peak is a major tourist attraction of Hong Kong. It offers spectacular views of the city and its harb...