Known among the locals as the Peak, it is the highest mountain on Hong Kong island.
The tram first began transporting people to the highest points of the Hong Kong Island in 1926, and it is now a very popular tourist…
This complex of escalators and travelators was built in 1993 and it is one of the longest escalator systems in the world.
The second oldest street in Hong Kong. It was never meant to resemble anything related to Hollywood, the street was named after the holly…
Opened in 1991, this beautiful tranquil park stands in a sharp contrast to the skyscrapers surrounding it.
One of the most important, beautiful and oldest temples in HK dedicated to gods of War and Literature.
Cosmopolitan district located south of Hollywood Road with a variety of restaurants, bars, cafés, art galleries, and shops.
This square is renowned for being a legendary partying district. It's full of upscale and busy nightclubs, bars, and restaurants.
Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, is part of the renowned chain of wax museums founded by Marie Tussaud of France, is located at the Peak Tower on…
Providing stunning views of all of Hong Kong, especially the Victoria Harbor, this 60-metre tall Ferris wheel opened in 2014.
This popular Cha Chaan Teng restaurant chain with several branches located all over Hong Kong offers a fusion of diverse and affordable…
Founded in 1864, this is the oldest zoological and botanical garden in the country. The zoo is home to mammals, reptiles, and birds.
The Court of Final Appeal Building, also known as the Old Supreme Court Building, is the home of the Court of Final Appeal of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong style bakery with a great selection of egg tarts, husband and wife cakes and sugar puffs.
Dating back to 1849, this beautiful and well-maintained Anglican church was built in English Gothic style.
Lippo Centre, previously known as the Bond Centre, is a twin-tower skyscraper complex completed in 1988 at 89 Queensway, in Admiralty on…
The landscaped rooftop terrace holds several bars and restaurants - and also lots of space for your own private party stocked by 7-11.
This creative hub was established in a vacant Police Married Quarters building from 1951.
Probably the longest operating market in Hong Kong. Come here to shop for dried produce, meat, veggies, fruits and snacks and take in the…
Legendary dim sum spot with unpretentious interior, always full of locals.
Yung Kee is a Chinese restaurant located on Wellington Street in Central, Hong Kong. It is most famous for its roast goose.