One of Hong Kong's must-see attractions, the Peak is the perfect location to gaze across the expanse of Victoria Harbour and take in the magnificent city views. With its uniquely designed architecture, the Lingxiao Pavilion at the Peak is the popular one-stop venue that combines sightseeing, entertainment and shopping.
Getting to the Peak via the Peak Tram is an unforgettable experience. One of the world's oldest and most famous funicular railways, the Peak Tram lower terminus is easily reachable on foot from the Central MTR station.
Ocean Park Hong Kong is a marine life theme park featuring a wide range of aquatic animals, thrill rides and shows. It is located on the southern side of Hong Kong Island, covering an area of more than 915,000 square metres. Comprising two major attractions areas - the Waterfront and the Summit, both connect to each other by cable car and an Ocean Express funicular train.
Visitors can take the MTR South Island Line and depart at Ocean Park Station for direct access to the Park entrance.
(Ocean Park closed until further notice)
Step into the magical world that makes Disney characters come to life. Based on themes like the Toy Story movie, the American Old West, fantasy, adventure, space travel, and lots of Americana, Hong Kong Disneyland lets you enjoy exciting rides while you meet your favourite Disney characters and watch amazing Broadway-style shows.
Visit Hong Kong Disneyland by taking the convenient MTR Tung Chung line and transfer to the Disneyland Resort Line at Sunny Bay Station.
(Disneyland closed until further notice)
One of the most popular markets for inexpensive bargain-priced clothes and accessories, Ladies Market is not only for the ladies. In a one-kilometre stretch with over 100 stalls, here you’ll find a wide variety of men's clothing as well, and all kinds of other merchandise including small household items, electronic gadgets and toys.
The Ladies Market is located in the bustling district of Mongkok, featuring a very local Hong Kong atmosphere.
Located between Wyndham Street and D'Aguilar Street in Central, Lan Kwai Fong is one of Hong Kong’s most popular nightlife hot spots and home to over 90 restaurants and bars. Adjacent to Lan Kwai Fong is SoHo, another multi-cultural entertainment and nightlife zone with many upmarket bars and trendy restaurants. Also take some time to ride the Mid-Levels Escalator, the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world. And don't miss Tai Kwun, the new centre for heritage and arts located in the restored Central Police Station compound.
Temple Street Night Market is a popular outdoor bazaar named after a Tin Hau temple located in the centre of the main thoroughfare. Located between the districts of of Jordan and Yau Ma Tei in Kowloon, Temple Street is well known for its reputation as “Men’s Street” and is home to one of the busiest nighttime flea markets in the territory. Popular with tourists and locals alike, here you can purchase cheap merchandise and food items, plus watch several street-based Chinese opera singers and fortune tellers.
Starting at the Kowloon Star Ferry Terminal and the colonial-era Clock Tower then stretching all the way to the Hung Hom district, the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade provides visitors with a marvellous walkway that takes you past the Avenue of Stars, the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and the Hong Kong Space Museum. It also offers some of the most breathtaking and uninterrupted views of the Hong Kong Island skyline and bustling Victoria Harbour.