Hong Kong, Pearl of the Orient, is where East meets West. You can leave this city, but the city will never leave you.
Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong
The Avenue of Stars, modelled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, is located along the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui (a few minutes walk south of Tsim Sha Tsui subway station). It honours celebrities of the Hong Kong film industry. The promenade offers a scenic view of Hong Kong Island with its signature skyline of skyscrapers.
The Clock Tower is a landmark of the city. It was built in 1915 together with the Kowloon Canton Railway terminus Kowloon Station. The station was demolished in 1977, but the 44m (144ft) towered was preserved. It has been a Declared Monument of Hong Kong since 2000.
Kowloon Park is a large landscaped public park in Tsim Sha Tsui. There is a Bird Lake at the center of the park, where many flamingos and swans can be found. An aviary is located by the lake featuring over a hundred wild bird species.
Established in 1975, the Hong Kong Museum of History preserves historical and cultural heritage of the city. The museum was relocated to its current location in 1998, next to the Hong Kong Science Museum.
Located on Tung Choi Street, well known as Ladies Market, the 1 km long stretch of the street sells various women's products, souvenirs, accessories, and other general merchandise. Here you can practise your bargaining skills. It is one of the most well-known street markets in Hong Kong.
As known as Men's Street, Temple Street is traditionally popular for men's fashion. Traffic is closed at dusk, and the street becomes lively. You can find stalls that sell clay pot rice, noodles, seafood, and other snacks.
Opened in 1991, Hong Kong Park is a public park in Central, Hong Kong. An oasis of green in an urban setting, the park is an example of blending natural landscape with modern design. The signature landmark of the city, the Bank of China Tower, is located right beside the park.
The Peak Tram is a funicular railway that carries both tourists and local residents to the upper levels of Hong Kong Island. Running from Garden Road Admiralty to Victoria Peak via the Mid-Levels, it provides the most direct route and offers scenic views over the harbour and skyscrapers of Hong Kong.
The Peak Tower is a leisure and shopping complex located near the summit of Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Island. At an elevation of 394m (1292ft), its Sky Terrace offers a panoramic view of the city of skyscrapers.
The Golden Bauhinia Square is named after the giant statue of a golden Bauhinia blakeana at the centre of the area, situated outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, where the ceremonies for the handover of Hong Kong and the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) were held in July 1997. A flag-raising ceremony is held every day at 8:00 am.
Standing at 60m (197ft) tall, the Hong Kong Observation Wheel opened in 2014, It is located near the International Finance Center (IFC), Hong Kong's second tallest building behind the International Commerce Center (ICC) in West Kowloon.
Lan Kwai Fong (LKF) is a small square of streets in Central. The area is famous for drinking, dining, and clubbing. It is especially popular for expatriates working in Hong Kong.
Ngong Ping 360 is an aerial tramway that connects Tung Chung, on the north coast of Lantau and itself linked to central Hong Kong by the Tung Chung Line. Ngong Ping itself is a highland on the Lantau Island, and is home to the Po Lin Monastery and the Tian Tan Buddha.
Po Lin Monastery is a Buddhist monastery founded in 1906 by three monks visiting from mainland China. It is one of Hong Kong's most important Buddhist sanctums.
Opened to the public in January 1977, Ocean Park is a marine-life theme park featuring exhibits, rides and shows. It is located on the southern side of Hong Kong Island. The park comprises two main areas: the Waterfront and the Summit.