A place far removed from city life, remote Tai O holds tight to its traditions, with stilt houses, a fishing village, and a lively market
The happiest place in Hong Kong has all the rides and characters you know and love, plus a few exclusives
Giant pandas, roller coasters, and the world’s largest aquarium dome are just some of the attractions at Hong Kong’s Ocean Park.
Get whisked high into the mountains on the Ngong Ping 360 cable car; it’s the best way to reach the impressive Big Buddha of Hong Kong.
Hold on tight when you take an almost vertical tram ride straight from Central up to the top of Hong Kong Island’s highest mountain.
The jewel in Hong Kong Island’s crown, Victoria Peak commands unbelievable views of ocean, mountains, and a sparkling skyline that never seems to end.
Boasting the best views of Victoria Harbour, as well as a nightly light show and the Avenue of Stars, there’s lots to see and do on the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade.
You’ll never forget the view of Victoria Harbour, one of the most beautiful waterfronts in the world