Hong Kong

Activities

Clock Tower

Marking time for a century The iconic Clock Tower was built in 1915 and was part of the Kowloon Railway Station. The classical Edwardian Revival…

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Clock Tower

Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden

Aiding the farm community    Set over 148 hectares of lush green mountains, KFBG was opened in 1951 by the Kadoorie Brothers to empower poor…

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The Peak

A peak to remember The Peak, a fond eponym for Victoria Peak, is the highest mountain on Hong Kong Island at 552 meters. Also known…

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The Peak

Symphony of Lights

Celebrating Hong Kong The Symphony of Lights is hosted by the Hong Kong Tourism Board with participation by the respective buildings. The choreography lasts for…

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Star Ferry

Transporting people for over a century Star Ferry was founded in 1888 to transport passengers and goods between Hong Kong and Kowloon. The service currently…

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Sai Kung

Sai Kung is a rural district that is called as the “Leisure Garden of Hong Kong” for its pristine coastline and mountain backdrop. There are…

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Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car

Unmatched 360° views The Ngong Ping cable car ride covers a distance of 5.7 kilometers over lush green forests, the emerald South China Sea, views…

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Man Mo Temple

Literature & War–Not Necessarily Opposed The people of Hong Kong originally dedicated the historic Man Mo Temple to Man, the god of literature, and Mo, the…

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Mai Po Nature Reserve

Managed by WWF Mai Po is an ecologically significant 270-acre marshland that is formed at the confluence of three riverine bodies – the Sham Chun…

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Hong Kong, the gateway to China

A trend-setter Hong Kong is known for being a great melting pot where Eastern culture and Western influences blend to create an inimitable identity, thanks…

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Culture of Hong Kong

A fascinating fusion Hong Kong, a potpourri of 260 islands and the Kowloon Peninsula on the Chinese mainland was a British Colony for a century…

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Culture of Hong Kong

Hong Kong Observation Wheel

Ferris Wheel on the promenade The Observation Wheel was inaugurated in December 2014 on the picturesque waterfront promenade that overlooks the world-class Victoria Harbor. The…

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Hong Kong Observation Wheel

Hong Kong Heritage Museum

A Storied History and Culture The Hong Kong Heritage Museum caters to travelers interested in the region’s early history and culture. The museum has twelve separate…

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Hong Kong Disneyland

Weaving magical memories since 2005 Disneyland Hong Kong was inaugurated in 2005 on Penny’s Bay facing the emerald waters of the South China Sea. The…

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Hong Kong Arts Centre

A Fine Arts Hub Founded in 1977 to celebrate contemporary art and culture, the Hong Kong Arts Centre is one of the best curators of…

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Golden Bauhinia Square

A commemorative monument The square takes its name from the 20-metre high gilded Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture of a local flower commonly known as the…

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Golden Bauhinia Square

Global Geopark of China

Rock formations and more The geopark was opened to the public in 2009 and is designated into two distinctive areas for visitors: Sai Kung Volcanic…

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Enjoy the best views of Hong Kong

From a mountain-top The Peak offers amazing mountain-views from Mount Victoria. Whether you’re strolling on the mountain-side or are within the Peak Tower’s Sky Terrace…

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Enjoy the best views of Hong Kong

Three fabulous things to do in Hong Kong

Swim in the world’s highest infinity pool The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong boasts the world’s highest infinity pool at 484 meters above the street and is…

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Three fabulous things to do in Hong Kong