Sygic Travel

Map of Hong Kong Attractions

Show large map Sygic Travel for iPhone Sygic Travel for Android
Create your trip to Hong Kong on the web

Hotels in Hong Kong

Choose from thousands of hotels all around the world.

Best price guaranteed. No booking fees. Ever.

powered by

Tours and Activities in Hong Kong

Show More

What to Do in Hong Kong

  • A Symphony of Lights

    Unique light & laser show accompanied by music features almost fifty buildings of the Victoria harbor skyline. A must see!

  • The Peak

    A premier tourist attraction. Take the tram up and marvel at the spectacular views of the skyline uncomparable to any other city.

  • Avenue of Stars

    One of the world's most smashing waterfronts. Wonderful skyline view and a promenade with statues showcasing the thriving HK film industry.

  • Peak Tram

    A must even if you're in HK only for a short stopover. Steep funicular railway that offers overwhelming views – a lifetime experience.

  • Tian Tan Buddha

    Since its construction in 1993, this giant statue has become one of the most popular tourist attractions. Wonderful views on a clear day.

  • Hong Kong Disneyland

    There's not much to say about this legendary amusement park. Seven theme lands provide plenty of fun for everyone!

  • Mong Kok

    Densely populated district mixing neons, run-down buildings, new developments and street vendors. This is HK as you know it from movies.

  • Ngong Ping 360

    Taking this gondola lift to see Tian Tan Buddha is a wonderful way to experience HK from a different angle.

  • Central-Mid-Levels Escalator

    Don't miss out the longest escalator in the world, serving as a regular means of public transport. Wonderful view of adjacent streets.

  • Sky100

    Overlook Hong Kong from its tallest skyscraper! The 100th floor observation deck offers smashing views.

  • Golden Bauhinia Square

    This promenade commemorates the 1997 handover. Watch the flag-raising ceremony (8 a.m. daily) and explore the statues.

  • Harbour City

    One of the largest mega-malls in Asia. Upscale shopping complex adjacent to the major cruise terminal. Its size will overwhelm you.

  • Jade Market

    Traditional market selling stone very important for the Chinese: jade in any imaginable color, shade, shape or use.

  • Hollywood Road

    Walk this vibrant street to explore numerous antiquities shops, contemporary art galleries and designer stores.

  • Hong Kong Park

    Paradise-like oasis right in the middle of the busy city. Dotted with statues and flower beds. Don't miss out on the aviary.

  • Fa Yuen Street

    Despite being right next to the Ladies' market, its vibe is different and way less touristic. Bargain prices for fashion gear.

Show More
Create your itinerary now Back to top

Suggested Hong Kong Trips

Show More

Printable Tourist Map of Hong Kong

Printable tourist map of Hong Kong
Create your itinerary now Back to top