Hong Kong – Things to do

Hong Kong Attractions

Be prepared to be surprised by this eclectic city. Hong Kong has many popular attractions and sightseeing opportunities, the list of things to see and do is practically endless. Many of these are FREE to do. Did you know that many of the museums offer free entry on a Wednesday? Hong Kong Park is worth visiting – here you will find eight hectares of lush green scenery to explore. Drop into Man Mo temple; this is one of Hong Kong’s oldest temples and is completely free to visit. The city puts on a spectacular laser light show each and every night at 8pm. This brilliant multimedia show is recognised by the Guinness World Records as the ‘World’s Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show’, where more than 40 buildings from both sides of the harbour are involved.

Hong Kong Rugby Sevens

Rugby’s biggest party – The Cathay Pacific / HSBC Hong Kong Sevens

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Hong Kong Peak Tram

Victoria Peak

As you’ll know, the imposing Victoria Peak is a must-see. Or at least the view from its peak – 396 metres above sea level - is. The ascent in the restored funicular is all part of the fun and the panorama over Kowloon is incredible.

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Harbour Cruise

The Hong Kong skyline is one of the most iconic and you’ll love seeing it from the water on a traditional Chinese junk boat. These red-sailed vessels host evening cruises - see the city aglow during the nightly Symphony of Lights show.

Hong Kong Shopping

Great prices, endless choice and bargaining power are what Hong Kong shopping is all about.

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Star Ferry

The Star Ferry

Aswell as being a very convenient way to get around, the clunky double-decker ferrys offer one of the world's most spectacular views, all for less than a pound.

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