Hong Kong’s waterfront skyline set against verdant hills makes it one of the most stunning cities in the world.
This tightly-packed city delivers on all fronts – one of the world’s most striking skylines, an extensive and convenient transportation network, a remarkable food scene, and a mix of modern and traditional architecture. Hong Kong is a vibrant, dynamic city that perfectly embodies the phrase "where East meets West." Rich in Cantonese heritage, the city’s lively street markets, celebrated cuisine and historic architecture have stood the test of time. The fast-paced, neon-lit concrete jungle is also home to a trove of natural wonders, from serene beaches and emerald hills to picturesque waterfalls and scenic country parks.
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Explore Hong Kong

  • Central and Western
  • Tsim Sha Tsui
  • West Kowloon
  • Wan Chai
  • Lantau Island and Beyond

Central and Western


Central and Western district is the heart of Hong Kong and it beats with the enthralling mashup of old and new. Sprawled along the sloped streets and quaint alleys of lie a blend of history, art and urban buzz – from century-old temples and architectural marvels that stand as witnesses to the city’s rich cultural heritage to contemporary art galleries that reflect Hong Kong’s ever-evolving creative spirit, chic bars and upscale boutiques.

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Museums, Nightlife, Galleries

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Tsim Sha Tsui


The tip of Kowloon peninsula is one of the busiest districts in Hong Kong. Beyond its mesmerizing view of the city’s dramatic skyline, which is equally breathtaking during the day and at night, Tsim Sha Tsui is home to an array of shops, malls, eateries and bars. A short ferry ride away from Central brings you to this vibrant neighborhood on the other side of the harbor.

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Shopping, Dining, Nightlife

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West Kowloon


The thriving, dynamic district is Hong Kong’s hottest cultural hub. Perched upon a reclaimed peninsula with the city’s highest skyscraper and world-class art institutions, West Kowloon offers some of the most impressive views of Hong Kong. Explore art galleries, groove to live music, indulge in exquisite cuisine or simply roll out a picnic mat and soak in the scenery.

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Wan Chai


Once a fishing village, Wan Chai is now Hong Kong’s prime center of commerce. This neighborhood has the perfect fusion of hip new spots and history. It stands as a testament to the city’s rich heritage, with an electric mix of historical hideaways, local markets, indie boutiques, diverse food options, harborfront vistas and colorful neon lights.

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Dining, Shopping, Nightlife

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Lantau Island and Beyond


Hong Kong is home to more than 250 islands, of which Lantau Island is the largest. Take a break from the unrelenting pace of city life and hop on a ferry to one of these island escapes for an easy stroll or hike. Go on a scenic cable car ride, climb the stairs up to Hong Kong’s iconic Big Buddha statue or enjoy the laid-back island vibes at Lamma Island and Cheung Chau.

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3 Days of Art, Culture, Gastronomy and Landmarks in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Tram

Heritage and Horizons

Discover quirky cafés, art galleries and hip boutiques on Star Street in Wan Chai before jumping on a tram to Central where you’ll go on the world’s longest outdoor covered escalator. Stop by Tai Kwun, a massive art space housed within a former police compound, and take the historic Peak Tram all the way up to The Peak for a bird’s-eye view of Hong Kong’s striking panorama. End your day bar-hopping at SoHo and Lan Kwai Fong.

Junk boat

Nature and Urban Exploration

Hop on a ferry for the pristine beaches and delectable fresh seafood at the laid-back, picturesque Lamma Island. Once you’re back in the city, cross the Victoria Harbor by Star Ferry with your camera ready. Stroll along the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade set against the backdrop of Hong Kong’s impressive skyline. Then surround yourself with culture at West Kowloon Cultural District’s global museum of contemporary visual culture, M+.

Hike view

Embrace the Great Outdoors

Explore the great outdoors on Hong Kong’s largest island – Lantau Island – a sanctuary of natural beauty and breathtaking landscapes. Glide upon Asia’s longest bi-cable ropeway, the Ngong Ping 360 cable car, and reach Ngong Ping, home of the majestic Big Buddha. Enjoy a hearty vegetarian feast at Po Lin Monastery before your hike or ride to the fishing village of Tai O.

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