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  • 1 Hong Kong Heritage Museum Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1 Man Lam Road 1 1 HKG - Hong Kong

    The Hong Kong Heritage Museum is an ambitious centre comprising a theatre and a museum, whose 12 galleries provide an enjoyable and informative look at the history of Hong Kong. The museum focuses on a wide range of themes which include topics as div..

  • 2 Saint John's Cathédral Interesting

    Religious buildings

    4-8 Garden Road 4-8 4-8 HKG - Hong Kong

    The oldest of the Anglican churches of the Far East, St John's Cathedral was consecrated in 1847 and now appears tiny, surrounded by towering high-rise buildings. However, the cathedral is a good example of the colonial architecture of Hong Kong, wit..

  • 3 Peak Tower Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Hong Kong HKG - Hong Kong

    Peak Tower, the highest point of Victoria Peak, has something for everyone. Admire the breathtaking views from the top, enjoy an ice cream from the famous ice-cream parlour at the entrance, test your nerve in the "Crazy Labyrinth", or explo..

  • 4 Central-Mid Levels Escalator Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Hollywood Road HKG - Hong Kong

    This giant escalator linking Central and the Mid-Levels is a great way to explore this area. Several stops along its 800m length serve the district of SoHo. The escalator first of all passes the Chinese markets, as well as the alternative cafés and b..

  • 5 University Museum and Art Gallery Interesting

    Museums and art

    3-4 Bonham Road. Pok Fu Lam 3-4 3-4 HKG - Hong Kong

    The University Museum and Art Gallery offers an interesting balance between the past and present, bringing together exhibits of contemporary art and collections (bronze, ceramics) dating from the Neolithic Age. Objects from the Yuan period (13C-14C) ..

  • 6 Avenue of Stars Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Avenue of Stars HKG - Hong Kong

    A statue of Bruce Lee stands at the beginning of the Avenue of Stars, which is similar to the Walk of Fame in Hollywood and which was laid out in 2004. The handprints of several Hong Kong movie stars are moulded in the concrete, including the actors ..

  • 7 Hong Kong Jade Market Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Kansu et Shanghai Streets HKG - Hong Kong

    Jade is considered to have positive qualities in China and is believed to keep evil spirits at bay and to protect travellers. This jade market, with its cameo of green hues, is a meeting place for collectors from all around the world. The real expert..

  • 8 Aberdeen Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Hong Kong HKG - Hong Kong

    In the south of Hong Kong Island, Aberdeen Bay was once the home of Tanka and Hoklo fishermen. Colonised in the late 19C by the British, the shores of this bay are now dotted with high-rise buildings. If you're expecting a romantic bay full of sampan..

  • 9 Deep Water Bay Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Hong Kong HKG - Hong Kong

    Amid the frenetic urban activity and high-rise buildings of Hong Kong, it's easy to forget that the city has several beaches - the remains of long swathes of sand that are now buried under the concrete. The beach at Deep Water Bay is popular mainly w..

  • 10 Dragon's Back Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Hong Kong HKG - Hong Kong

    Although just a stone's throw from the city, this easy walk feels as though it's in another world. The 8km Dragon's Back trail runs from Mount Collinson to the village of Shek O. The path along the ridge provides views of stunning marine landscapes a..

  • 11 Po Lin Monastery Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Ngong Ping HKG - Hong Kong

    The Buddhist nuns and monks living at Po Lin monastery on Lantau Island enjoyed a peaceful existence until 1970, when the monastery opened its doors to visitors. The site has been a place of pilgrimage ever since and crowds of locals come here to wor..

  • 12 Lamma Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Lamma HKG - Sok Kwu Wan

    This island is the green, rural and maritime face of Hong Kong. Lamma, the third largest of the Outlying Islands in terms of its surface area, is a peaceful island with largely unspoilt natural landscapes. There are no cars on the island and none of ..

  • 13 Jockey Club Creative Arts Center Interesting

    Museums and art

    30 Pak Tin Street. Shek Kip Mei 30 30 HKG - Hong Kong

    In 1953 a fire destroyed the shantytown of Shek Kip Mei. In order to re-house the 50 000 inhabitants who lost their homes, the town authorities hastily erected a village of brightly coloured buildings. These bright colours hide a world of misery, how..

  • 14 Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Hong Kong HKG - Hong Kong

    Sha Tin, the New Territories. Leaving the frenetic activity of the shopping centres behind, a flight of steps wends its way through a bamboo forest inhabited by monkeys. As the silence deepens, so the first gold-painted statues of Buddhas appear, fix..

  • 15 Hong Kong Island

    Nature and gardens

    Garden Road HKG - Hong Kong

    Hong Kong Island is extremely mountainous. The north, the historic centre of the territory, is highly built up - a typical metropolis with its combination of skyscrapers, hectic traffic, busy bankers and luxury shops. Central, Wan Chai and the Mid-Le..

  • 16 Victoria Park

    Nature and gardens

    Hong Kong HKG - Hong Kong

    A statue of Queen Victoria, sitting on her throne, stands at the entrance to Victoria Park, the green lung of Hong Kong Island. With 19ha of lawns and pools, the park is popular with walkers on Sundays. It is used for sport, as well as lazing in the ..

  • 17 Kowloon

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Salisbury Road HKG - Hong Kong

    Situated opposite Central, on the Chinese mainland, the district of Kowloon is built on the tip of a peninsula that is covered with high-rise buildings. Once a Chinese enclave and a no-go area with a nefarious reputation, Kowloon has recently been ti..

  • 18 The New Territories

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Ma Tau Kok Road HKG - Hong Kong

    This part of Hong Kong extends between Kowloon peninsula and the River Sham Chun. The New Territories were leased to the United Kingdom by the Qing Dynasty in 1898 for a period of 99 years. The demographic boom of the 1960s increased the population o..

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