Hong Kong Area Guide

Kowloon
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

    Your starting point for exploring Kowloon, starting from the stunning waterfront at Victoria Harbour and working your way north.
  • Mong Kok

    Make sure to walk with your negotiating skills and your best poker face when you visit Mong Kok’s amazing markets.
  • Sham Shui Po

    Forget Temple Street and Ladies Market - the real bargains are found in Sham Shui Po
  • Jordan

    Explore Hong Kong’s biggest, most crowded night market, full of food, fun, and feathered fortune tellers.
  • Diamond Hill

    A gorgeous nunnery built without nails, and a perfect golden pavilion await you in Diamond Hill
Hong Kong Island
  • Wan Chai

    The after-party is always happening here in Wan Chai, with a high concentration of bars, restaurants, and live music joints.
  • Causeway Bay

    Walk with your wallet and dodge the endless crowds when you visit Causeway Bay, the shopping mecca of Hong Kong and foodie hub.
  • Stanley

    It's the perfect day trip, with a vibrant street market, postcard-perfect bays, and restaurants overlooking the sea
  • Sheung Wan

    Central’s interesting neighbor to the west, Sheung Wan is one of the oldest settled areas of Hong Kong, with a very distinct personality.
New Territories
  • Sai Kung

    Jump into adventure in Sai Kung, with awesome hikes, deserted beaches, great marine activities, and fishing villages stuck in time.
  • Sha Tin

    Put on some comfy shoes and come explore Shatin's hidden gems
  • Tsuen Wan

    Explore walled villages, impressive temples, and the tallest mountain in Hong Kong
Outlying Islands
  • Lantau Island

    Long sandy beaches, mountain monasteries, tiny fishing villages, and a big outlet mall are just some of the attractions on Hong Kong’s biggest island.
  • Tung Chung

    Fun things to do at the airport’s closest suburb
  • Lamma Island

    A 25-minute ferry ride transports you to laid-back Lamma, with lovely beaches, scenic bays, and happy hippie haven.
  • Cheung Chau

    A famous Bun Festival, pirate’s caves, windsurfing, and a Mini Great Wall make Cheung Chau a great day-trip out of the city.