The Hong Kong skyline, whether viewed from the Star Ferry or Victoria Peak, is the main attraction in the city. It's so majestic, travelers strongly recommend visiting it during both the day and night.
The Victoria Peak Tram shuttles visitors up the mountain for spectacular city views. Be forewarned: travelers say long lines are to be expected.
Viewable from the Star Ferry or along the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, the Symphony of Lights is highly recommended among recent travelers. At 8 p.m. every night, 40 buildings on Hong Kong's skyline participate in the show.
Hong Kong is often distingushied by its magnificent skyline, making it easy to forget Hong Kong and its 260 outlying islands are overflowing with beaches. For those who don't want to travel too far, Hong Kong Island's Big Wave Bay is a great place to rest your feet in the sand.
These popular cable cars carry travelers over Lantau Island. Visitors have the option of choosing between regular and glass bottom cars.
We weren't kidding when we said Hong Kong's Street Markets caters to all kinds of clientele.
Recent travelers strongly suggested scheduling activities around potential fog. Many say that some of Hong Kong's biggest attractions, including Victoria Peak, the Star Ferry and the majority of Lantau Island's activities are difficult to fully enjoy in a bed of fog.
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The Star Ferry is one of Hong Kong's most popular attractions, offering exceptional views of downtown from Victoria Harbour.
Hiking opportunities abound on Lantau Island. Notable treks include Sunset Peak and Lantau Peak (the second highest summit in Hong Kong).
Day or night, Victoria Peak is a tourist favorite for its incredible views of the skyline, waterways and distant New Territories mountain range.
You'll find this gigantic Buddha on Lantau Island.
Travelers who have visited other Disney parks say this Hong Kong outpost is the smallest, but that didn't stop them from having fun.
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Nan Lian Garden enchants travelers with its lush greenery and colorful structures.
Strolling the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade at night, you'll get a spectacular view of Hong Kong Island.
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The Ladies' Market, pictured here, features more than 100 vendors selling mostly women's clothing and accessories.