Explore themed worlds and enjoy exciting rides and attractions at one of Disney's famous ultra-modern resorts.
On a clear day, this cable car offers spectacular views and is a great way to reach Lantau’s Big Buddha statue.
Away from the bustling streets beneath the iconic Hong Kong skyline, find this lush natural area devoted to ecological conservation.
Sunbathe or swim at the first man-made beach in Hong Kong.
This once-secluded Buddhist monastery was placed on the world map when the Tian Tan “Big Buddha” statue was built nearby and is now a major tourist attraction.
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.
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Mouthwatering street food and street markets dedicated to everything from haberdashery to toys make this one of Hong Kong’s most authentic Chinese neighborhoods.