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Ride the famous Star Ferry to Hong Kong Island, enjoy one of the worlds great skylines and see the night sky light up in a symphony of light and sound.
Admire the city and harbor views from this panoramic viewpoint and then travel back in time to periods in Hong Kong’s history via virtual reality exhibits.
The former site of a British military base, today this green oasis overlooking the harbor is one of Hong Kong’s prettiest areas.
Experience world-class opera, musicals and art exhibitions in Hong Kong’s premier cultural hub overlooking stunning Victoria Harbour.
Take long strolls through traditional gardens, see monuments to Hong Kong’s history and pay tribute to the animals of the Chinese Zodiac in this historic parkland.
Fashionistas, gourmands and those wanting to admire views of Hong Kong’s world-famous skyline will enjoy this huge shopping mall on the Victoria Harbour waterfront.
Lose yourself amid the stalls, massage vendors, restaurants and chaos of this market in one of the most densely populated suburbs on Earth.
Experience weightlessness, sit inside a shuttle’s capsule and watch movies on a domed screen at this interactive celebration of space.
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This “world bazaar on the waterfront” has shops, restaurants and museums.
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Find your way through Hong Kong’s busiest area to take in the sights and sounds of traditional street markets and food stalls.
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With temples and skyscrapers, traditional markets and high-end boutiques, dim sum shops and classy lounges, this energetic district is where old meets new.
Rising from the shadow of the verdant mountains framing Hong Kong are this neighborhood’s skyscrapers, where malls, galleries and hip bars flourish.
Neon-lit streets, night markets, glitzy malls, superb museums, green spaces and waterfront promenades make this one of Hong Kong’s most diverse districts.
A holiday village that once housed British soldiers and a pair of preserved temples complement the dazzling skyscrapers and malls of this eclectic district.