Hong Kong Area Guide
Tsim Sha TsuiYour starting point for exploring Kowloon, starting from the stunning waterfront at Victoria Harbour and working your way north.
Mong KokMake sure to walk with your negotiating skills and your best poker face when you visit Mong Kok’s amazing markets.
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JordanExplore Hong Kong’s biggest, most crowded night market, full of food, fun, and feathered fortune tellers.
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Wan ChaiThe after-party is always happening here in Wan Chai, with a high concentration of bars, restaurants, and live music joints.
Causeway BayWalk with your wallet and dodge the endless crowds when you visit Causeway Bay, the shopping mecca of Hong Kong and foodie hub.
StanleyBeautiful bays, Hong Kong’s most popular theme park, and a massive floating restaurant are some of the attractions along Hong Kong’s southern riviera.
Sheung WanCentral’s interesting neighbor to the west, Sheung Wan is one of the oldest settled areas of Hong Kong, with a very distinct personality.
Sai KungJump into adventure in Sai Kung, with awesome hikes, deserted beaches, great marine activities, and fishing villages stuck in time.
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Lantau IslandLong sandy beaches, mountain monasteries, tiny fishing villages, and a big outlet mall are just some of the attractions on Hong Kong’s biggest island.
Lamma IslandA 25-minute ferry ride transports you to laid-back Lamma, with lovely beaches, scenic bays, and happy hippie haven.