Here are the top 329 tourist attractions to see in Hong Kong:

53. Hong Kong Flower Market

Hong Kong Flower Market

10 km
from city center
53 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Flower Market located in the Kowloon area of Mong Kok is an open-air bustling market and one stop destination for everything floral and gardening - cut blooms, potted plants, bulbs and seeds. Also known as Mong Kok Flower Market, this is Hong Kong’s premier horticulture destination where there are over dozens of stalls and shops selling in wholesale as well as retail prices and quantities.

54. Lion Rock

Lion Rock

9 km
from city center
54 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Lion Rock Hill, or simply Lion Rock is one of the highest mountains in Hong Kong, sitting between Kowloon Tong and Tai Wai, touted as the best hiking trail. Perched at 495 meters high, the Lion Rock is a creative structure of rocks that basically resemble a sphinx-like seated Lion, hence, the name. The Lion Rock Hike is an adventurous yet worthwhile trek where the efforts of climbing are rewarded by glorious views of the Hong Kong scenic landscapes. If hiking in Hong Kong is part of one's itinerary, Lion's Rock should be on top of the list.

55. Jade Market

Jade Market

12 km
from city center
55 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Located at Yau Ma Tei in Kowloon, Jade Market is a covered market in Hong Kong with a multiplicity of stalls selling various kinds of jades, pearls and other valuable stones in different sizes and shapes. Jades hold a good business in Hong Kong since they are a symbol of purity and are believed to bring good luck and fortune. Jade Market is filled with all types of jade ornaments ranging from pendants and bracelets to rings and earrings.

56. Murray House Hong Kong

Murray House Hong Kong

22 km
from city center
56 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Located in Stanley, Murray House is an iconic Victorian-style building in Hong Kong. This 160-year-old three-storey colonial building offers excellent dining opportunities with splendid views of the sea along with shopping opportunities. The building has been built with a classical architecture and is worth a glance.

57. Victoria Park

Victoria Park

15 km
from city center
57 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Victoria Park Hong Kong is situated along Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island. It is a park that is recognized as a public prime location. The park dedicated to Queen Victoria of the British Empire, as evident by its name, is a region dominated by cooling greenery.

58. Harbour City

Harbour City

15 km
from city center
58 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The veritable and stupendous Harbour City, the largest shopping centre in Hong Kong, is located in the heart of the city near Victoria Harbour. Divided into 5 color-coded sections/zones, it has a mind-boggling selection of over 450 stores and 70 restaurants among other attractions like an observation deck, 3 prestigious hotels, 2 cinemas, and an art gallery while also being an ocean terminal. Harbour City is the quintessential stop for shopaholics and non-shopaholics alike.

59. Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival

Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival

59 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The dragon boat festival in Hong Kong is a traditional holiday being observed annually for over 2,000 years now to preserve the memory of the Chinese poet and politician Qu Yuan who is known for his patriotism. It is one of the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage. During this festive time, the canoes are painted in bright vibrant colors to take the form of a traditional Chinese dragon and boat races to take place.

60. Bank of China Tower

Bank of China Tower

14 km
from city center
60 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Bank of China Tower, also known as BOC Tower, antes up the Hong Kong’s skyline. This skyscraper has a prism-like frontage consisting of four triangular towers, all built of varying heights, made up of aluminum and glass. Designed by the American architect I.M. Pei, the building stands 72 stories tall, reaching the height of 1,084 feet (330.4 meters) and is the fourth tallest building in Hong Kong.

61. Wan Chai Heritage Trail

Wan Chai Heritage Trail

61 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Wan Chai Heritage Trail is a walking trail that starts at Mallory Street and ends at Wing Fung Street taking in buildings of historical, cultural and architectural interests. It was formed by Wan Chan Revitalisation Initiatives Special Committee (OWCRISC) on september 27, 2009 to conserve and protect the culture of Wan Chai. At present, the trail features 15 sites and is roughly a 2-hour walk.

62. Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum

Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum

8 km
from city center
62 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum is located on Tonkin Street in Hong Kong. The tomb museum was accidentally found in 1995 when the Honk Kong government was levelling a hill slope for the construction of resettlement buildings which presently is known as Lei Cheng Uk Estate.

63. Pak Tai Temple

Pak Tai Temple

22 km
from city center
63 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Pak Tai Temple, also popularly known as Yuk Hui Temple, is the largest temple in Hong Kong, located on the Cheung Chau Island. The temple is dedicated to Pak Tai, also known as the Water God, who is considered as an important deity for both the local farmers and fishermen. The cultural gem is a must visit place for people who love admiring artwork and architecture. 

64. Hong Kong Observation Wheel

Hong Kong Observation Wheel

13 km
from city center
64 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Observation Wheel is 60 meter-high giant Ferris wheel, situated at Hong Kong Central Pier 9, offering landscape-transcending views of the city from a top-shot perspective. It comprises of 42 modern and luxurious looking carriers or gondolas including a VIP gondola, capable of holding 8-10 people each which complete 3 rounds per trip/ride over the course of about 15-20 minutes. The highlight of Hong Kong Observation Wheel is the astounding day and night views of the ever changing Victoria Harbour.

65. Fa Yuen Street Market

Fa Yuen Street Market

65 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

An absolute and undisputed shoe haven, the Fa Yuen Street Market, more infamously called the home for ‘Sneaker Street’, is situated at the Fa Yuen Street in Mong Kok between Dundas and Boundary Street of Hong Kong. It is simply a fun and lively street market full of interesting products, endless types of exotic and eccentric shoes that are equal parts flamboyant and cool, affordable clothing, and miscellaneous electronics.

66. Cheung Po Tsai Cave

Cheung Po Tsai Cave

66 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The natural cave of Cheung Po Tsai, located in Cheung Chau, is arguably one of the best-kept secrets of Hong Kong. It is believed that Cheung Po Cave was a hiding place for the iconic pirate leader of the same name. This cave is snuggled in the remote regions of Hong Kong island.

67. Peng Chau Island

Peng Chau Island

14 km
from city center
67 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Situated on the Lantau Island’s north-eastern coast, the small island of Peng Chau is a hidden jewel away from the tourist circuit. This tranquil spot is enriched with ancient temples, relics and a whole lot of positive vibes. It was a major industrial centre between the 70s and 80s, but now you can surrender yourself to the laid back way of life. Peng Chau Island is the perfect destination for a relaxing trip away from the monotony of the daily hustle.

68. Sha Tin Park

Sha Tin Park

8 km
from city center
68 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Sha Tin Park is a mesmerizingly beautiful park located along the sparkling river of Shing Mun. Set in the bustling 2 Yuen Wo Road in the peaceful neighbourhood of Sha Tin, the park is open to the general public. With 6 themed gardens, the stark natural beauty of Sha Tin Park is often unmatched.

69. Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong

Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong

15 km
from city center
69 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Trick Eye Museum, situated on Level 3, of The Peak Galleria, is an interactive 3D museum. It is a perfect amalgamation showcasing art and science together. The museum incorporates 50 optical figment canvases and different installations for five distinctive themed zones.

70. Kadoorie Farms and Botanic Garden

Kadoorie Farms and Botanic Garden

4 km
from city center
70 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Kadoorie Farms & Botanical Garden, formerly known as Kadoorie Experimental and Extension Farm, is one of the most spectacular places for nature and animal lovers in Hong Kong. Situated on the top of one of the highest mountain peaks of Hong Kong - Tai Mo Shan, it is a wildlife and botanical sanctuary and conservatory which promises the visitors a worthwhile peaceful time in the lap of nature.

71. Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences

Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences

13 km
from city center
71 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Established in 1966 at Caine Lane at Mid-Levels, the Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences is a declared monument showcasing the historical development of medical sciences in Hong Kong. It is one of the first museums in the world which compared the traditional Chinese approaches of medicines with that of the Western world.

72. Edward Youde Aviary

Edward Youde Aviary

14 km
from city center
72 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Situated in the southern part of the Hong Kong Park in Victoria Peak, the Edward Youde Aviary is one of the largest aviaries in Southeast Asia. spread across 3000 square kilometres, it is named after Edward Youde, the governor of Hong Kong from 1982 to 1986. This aviary has a walk through system and features over 600 birds of near about 80 different species which are indigenous to Southeast Asia, Indonesia and New Guinea.

73. Asia Society Hong Kong Centre

Asia Society Hong Kong Centre

15 km
from city center
73 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Asia Society Hong Kong Centre, located at the Justice Drive in Admiralty Hong Kong, is a cultural, intellectual and historical centre which is associated with the famous Asia Society. The motive of this non-profit organisation is to educate people about Asia. The Asia Society Hong Kong Centre holds several exhibitions along with heritage tours, workshops, and lectures, on a regular basis.

74. Hong Kong Western Market

Hong Kong Western Market

13 km
from city center
74 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Western Market, located in Sheung Wan, is the oldest surviving market building in the metropolitan. It is an Edwardian style building converted into a shopping complex selling fabrics, handicrafts and art. Hong Kong Western Market is a great place to buy things which look like they are straight out of a museum.

75. Pottinger Street

Pottinger Street

75 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Pottinger Street in Central Hong Kong serves as a local shopping paradise extending from Queen’s Road to Stanley Street and Wellington Street. Pottinger street is categorically famous for costume shopping by the locals and the tourists, especially during Halloween. It is also known as "Stone Slab Street" because of the unevenly paved granite stone steps.

76. Dr Sun Yat Sen Museum

Dr Sun Yat Sen Museum

13 km
from city center
76 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Dr Sun Yat Sen Museum in Castle Road, Hong Kong is dedicated to the great revolutionary Dr Sun Yat Sen, the founder of the Republic of China. He guided the metropolitan out of thousand years of monarchic rule and transformed it into a republic. Constructed in a colonial Greek style, this museum is one of the oldest in Hong Kong. The museum throws light on the revolutionary movements of Hong Kong with an emphasis on Dr Sun Yat Sen through pictures and screening along with holding temporary and permanent exhibitions.

77. Cheng Chau

Cheng Chau

23 km
from city center
77 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Cheung Chau or ‘The Dumbell Island’, nicknamed so because of its shape, is one amongst several islands comprising the landscape of Hong Kong. Lying at a distance 10 kilometres southwest of Hong Kong, it is only a ferry’s ride away from the Central ferry pier. Ranging from picturesque beaches to cycle rides and to the delicious seafood, Cheung Chau has everything for a perfect picnic spot.

78. Sha Tin Che Kung Temple

Sha Tin Che Kung Temple

8 km
from city center
78 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Che Kung Temple, also called ‘Che Kung Miu’, is a temple located in the Tai Wai area of Sha Tin, Hong Kong. This temple, rather than being dedicated to a spiritual entity, is built in the honour of Che Kung, a military commander of the Southern Song Dynasty. He is valorized for his attempts to suppress the uprisings in Southern China and to save the dynasty from several catastrophes. There are two Che Kung dedicated temples in Hong Kong with the second one being located in Ho Chung.

79. Tsing Ma Bridge

Tsing Ma Bridge

6 km
from city center
79 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Constructed in 1997, The Tsing Ma Bridge is a 2.2 km long engineering pinnacle that connects the Hong Kong International Airport on Lantau Island with the Hong Kong Kowloon city side. The bridge is named after the two islands - Tsing Yi and Ma Wan that it connects. It is currently the world’s longest suspension bridge, has two decks and is open to both road and rail traffic.

80. Kam Shan Country Park

Kam Shan Country Park

6 km
from city center
80 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Kam Shan Country Park, also known as Golden Hill Country Park, lies in the Kowloon region of Hong Kong. Spanning over an area of 3.37 square kilometres, the park is majorly covered with patches of jogging trails, picnic and barbecue areas which attract huge numbers of visitors. The park acquired its name from the Golden Hill, known amongst the locals as Kam Shan, a 369-metre peak which is the salient feature of the park.

81. Snoopy World

Snoopy World

8 km
from city center
81 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Snoopy’s World is a theme park located in the New Town Plaza Shopping Mall in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. The theme park is home to tonnes of amusement zones including Snoopy House, Peanuts Academy, Canoe Ride, Peanuts Dugout, Peanuts Boulevard, etc. While maybe not as flamboyant as Disneyland or Ocean Park, Snoopy’s World is indeed a walk through the kingdom of dreams for children.

82. Lo So Shing Beach

Lo So Shing Beach

21 km
from city center
82 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Lo So Shing Beach on Lamma Island, Hong Kong is one of the finest beaches in the city. It lies on the west coast of the Island which requires a 15-minute walk west of Hilltop Pavilion. Featuring glistening crystal clear water and golden fine sand, Lo So Shing Beach has been classified as one of Hong Kong’s cleanest beaches. The beach is set off from the rest of the ocean via a shark net providing a fairly confined area for swimming.

83. Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve

Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve

8 km
from city center
83 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve, also called Tai Po Kau Special Area, is a natural reserve in the Tai Po area of New Territories in Hong Kong. This nature reserve transverses over an area of 460-hectares covered with patches of thickly forested areas which makes it the most extensive woodland in the city. The reserve consists of four main tracks alongside a short nature trail which extends along an area of 3 to 10 kilometres rendering it an ideal location for hikers, wildlife-watchers and nature lovers.

84. Lions Nature Education Centre

Lions Nature Education Centre

16 km
from city center
84 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Lion’s Nature Education Centre, located to the East of Hiram’s Highway near Sai Kung Town, is an 84-acre nature park used for recreation, scientific research, public education and nature conservation. The centre houses an arboretum, a rock and mineral garden, a nursery, an insectarium, a shell house and a medicinal plants garden. The Lions Nature Education Centre also includes a Dragonfly Pond which is the spotlight of the centre with over 100 species of the insect.

85. Aberdeen Floating Village

Aberdeen Floating Village

85 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Aberdeen Floating Village is located in the Aberdeen Harbour of Southern Hong Kong. Even though the village is home to over 600 piles of junk and a population of around 6000, it attracts huge amounts of visitors owing to the beautiful scenery and delicious seafood. Stationed in the premises of the massive Ocean Park of Hong Kong, Aberdeen Floating Village is home to breathtaking bridges and harbours apart from its wholesale fish market and the enticing Jumbo Floating Restaurant.

86. Island Junks

Island Junks

86 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Island Junks are old-school Chinese-styled junk boats which offer an hour-long tour of Hong Kong through its waters. These boats while may sound old fashioned, in reality come equipped with sound systems, furniture, powerful motors and a lot more luxuries. Island junks are purposefully designed to be ideal for parties and celebrations.

87. Lung Fu Shan Country Park

Lung Fu Shan Country Park

14 km
from city center
87 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Lung Fu Shan Country Park is a country park situated in the Central and Western District of Hong Kong. The lush park is touted as the smallest country park in the city, stretching over just 47 hectares. Covering the densely vegetated slopes of Kung Fu Shan, including Pinewood Battery and Pinewood Garden, it is famous amongst morning walkers and picnickers.

88. Kat Hing Wai Walled Village

Kat Hing Wai Walled Village

7 km
from city center
88 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Kat Hing Wai is a walled village situated in the Yuen Long District of Hong Kong which remains inhabited by about 400 descendants of the Tang Clan. They built these walls to protect the civilians from pirates, bandits, rival clans and even wild animals. The most iconic feature of Kat Hing Wai is its structure. One can enter the village by making a HKD 3 donation to the village fund at the front gate.

89. Tai Mo Shan

Tai Mo Shan

3 km
from city center
89 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Extending to a mind-boggling height of 957 metres, Tai Mo Shan is not only the highest peak in Hong Kong but also the second tallest coastal peak in all of China standing secondary to Mount Lao. Locally referred to as the Guang Fu Mountain, Tai Mo Shan is located in the New Territories locality of Hong Kong and has the Tai Mo Shan Country Park running along its perimeter. The peak extends from Tuen Mun to Ma On Shan in the east to Clear Water Bay in the south. The peak is frequently cloud-covered and is visible from several spots in the city.

90. Yau Ma Tei Theater

Yau Ma Tei Theater

11 km
from city center
90 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Yau Ma Tei Theater is located near the junction of Waterloo Street and Reclamation Street in Kowloon, Hong Kong. Being the only surviving Pre-World II theater in Kowloon it is a very important historical monument for China. Yau Ma Tei Theater gives us a peek into the rich and diverse culture of China, the theater plays english, japanese and cantonese movies throughout the year. It is also the hub for melodious Cantonese Operas.

91. Hong Kong Maritime Museum

Hong Kong Maritime Museum

13 km
from city center
91 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Depicting the vibrant history of trading and pioneered voyages of the maritime past of China, Hong Kong Maritime Museum is a non-profit educational and interactive establishment funded by the government as well as the International Shipping Community of Hong Kong. Positioning itself at the Pier 8 of the coast of Pearl River Delta in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Maritime Museum stands the cast of time displaying the preserves and collection of maritime heritage that narrate a tale about trade patterns and maritime history of China.

92. Festival Walk

Festival Walk

9 km
from city center
92 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Located in the heart of Kowloon Tong in Hong Kong, Festival Walk is an elegantly designed shopping mall that offers its shoppers a unique and relaxing atmosphere combined with innovation, originality, and pleasure. A smart use of natural light and open space, Festival Walk Shopping Mall serves one of kind experience to its visitors that is spread across an area of 980,000 square meters with about 200 shops and outlets, more than 30 restaurants, Hong Kong’s largest Ice rink and near to 220,000 square feet area of office space.

93. Tung Choi Street

Tung Choi Street

93 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Located amidst the most vibrant streets of Mong Kok, Tung Choi Street serves as a hub for shopping low priced products, general merchandise, pet supplies, affordable decorative plants and a wide variety water faunae’s especially the Goldfishes. The Tung Choi Street also famed as the “Gold Fish Market” among the locals, is tucked in between the Sai Yeung Choi Street and the Yuen Street in Mong Kok of Kowloon district in Hong Kong.

94. Jumbo Kingdom

Jumbo Kingdom

18 km
from city center
94 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Renowned as the world’s largest floating Restaurant, Jumbo Kingdom is float on Aberdeen South Typhoon harbor in Hong Kong, Decorated in traditional majestic Chinese panache, Jumbo Kingdom – the floating restaurant hosts a multi-story structure with intricate details of embellishments, heavy chandeliers, dragons, and pointed pagodas that represent prosperity, good fortune and empire as per the ethnicities. Jumbo Kingdom is best known for its exquisite cuisines of scrumptious freshwater seafood, traditional Cantonese dishes, and the marvelous dim sums.

95. Ping Shan Heritage Trail

Ping Shan Heritage Trail

95 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Ping Shan Heritage Trail is one of its kind and the first ever trail that offers a slice of Hong Kong’s colonial history. The trail stretches over a length of 1.6-kilometers, located beside the Tin Shui Wai new town in the Ping Shan area of Yuen Long District of Hong Kong. The heritage trail wanders through the Hang Mei Tsuen village, the Hang Tau Tsuen village and the Sheung Cheung Wai village that includes multiple sights to witness and learn about the historically graded buildings and monuments belonging to the ‘Tangs Clan’ – the first and most influential of the Five Clans that established the roots of Hong Kong.

96. Chinese New Year in Hong Kong

Chinese New Year in Hong Kong

96 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Chinese New Year is celebrated glamorously in Hong Kong especially around the port area of Victoria Harbor. The first day of the Lunar New Year is marked by a special Night Parade followed by the magical Firework Show which takes place late in the evening on the second day. The third and the last day of this celebration ends on a high note with the Chinese New Year Day Race which is truly fascinating to watch with the participants all geared up and dressed up in beautiful dragon and lion costumes.

97. Peak Tower

Peak Tower

15 km
from city center
97 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Located in : Victoria Peak

The Peak Tower located in Victoria Gap, near the summit of the Victoria Peak in Hong Kong is one of the most unique leisure tourist attraction cum shopping complexes of its type. The grand tower is a prominent landmark along the Hong Kong skyline and is popular for housing the Peak Tram, Sky Terrace 428 Observation Deck and the Madame Tussauds Museum.

98. International Finance Centre Hong Kong

International Finance Centre Hong Kong

13 km
from city center
98 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong International Financial Centre or the IFC, located in the Financial Street right in the heart of Hong Kong is the largest integrated commercial development center and the most prosperous trading hub in the region. What makes the International Finance Centre such an important structure are its two component towers- One IFC and Two IFC, each of which acting as Hong Kong’s prime trading and financial zones.

99. Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre

Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre

12 km
from city center
99 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre, located inside the beautiful lush Haiphong Road Kowloon Park in Tsim Sha Tsui district of Kowloon, is one of the oldest heritage museums. It was built more than a century ago under the British colonial rule. Once the site of British Army's Whitefield Barracks, the Heritage Discovery Centre is known for its permanent exhibition gallery, along with the thematic exhibitions gallery, lecture hall, and the reference library.

100. Statue Square Hong Kong

Statue Square Hong Kong

14 km
from city center
100 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Statue Square located on the Des Voeux Road in Central Hong Kong is one of the most renowned public pedestrian squares in Asia. Built in 1897 on the land reclaimed by the city, this square now allows visitors to view some of the key monuments erected and unveiled by famous artists from around the globe.

101. Tamar Park

Tamar Park

14 km
from city center
101 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Located at Harcourt Road, Tamar Park is a public park covered with a green carpet in Hong Kong. Positioned by the side of Legislative Council Complex and the recently constructed Central Government Offices, the park provides its visitors with solace in its green and serene environment complemented with splendid views of Victoria Harbour.

102. Broadway Cinematheque

Broadway Cinematheque

11 km
from city center
102 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Located at 3 Public Square Street in Kowloon, Broadway Cinematheque is an exclusive cinema run by the Broadway Circuit in Hong Kong. It presents thematic film programs, courses, seminars, meet-the-director sessions and director retrospectives to provide the people with more than just viewing a film experience.

103. Hong Kong Global Geopark

Hong Kong Global Geopark

28 km
from city center
103 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Located in Sai Kung, Hong Kong UNESCO Global GeoPark is a large area of natural space made from distinct geological sites. Formerly known as Hong Kong National Geopark, it showcases the exquisite beauty of Hong Kong’s landforms. The park is a combination of the rocky giants in Sai Kung and the sedimentary rocks in the Northeast New Territories region. It also houses a nature laboratory that gives valuable insight into the planet Earth.

104. Golden Bauhinia Square

Golden Bauhinia Square

14 km
from city center
104 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Golden Bauhinia Square is a public square and popular landmark located next to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. It is famous for its 6-metre tall gilded Bauhinia statue – known as the Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture - which signifies the return of Hong Kong to China, an event known as the 1997 Handover. The Golden Bauhinia Square is frequented by tourists eager to watch the famous Flag Raising Ceremony in the morning, and the Symphony of Lights show at night.

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FAQs on Hong Kong

How can I commute within Hong kong?

MTR: The MTR rail system is Hong Kong's subway and is the busiest and the best way to travel around the city. It runs on 5 lines connecting a large part of the city. However, it will be a little expensive compared to the tram cars and buses.

Trams: The trams are crowded and very slow, though they are a great way to tour the city and look around!

Bus: The most extensive connections in Hong Kong are provided by buses, which are of three types. There are large double-decker buses that ply almost everywhere in Hong Kong and charge according to the distance. The small van-sized buses come in green and red, which is determined by a wide coloured strip on the top.
  • Buses with route number starting from A are premium air-conditioned buses
  • Those starting with S are shuttle buses operating near MTR stations
  • E means external bus services
  • NA are overnight express bus service
  • N are overnight buses
Waterways: On waterways, the Starr Ferry is the most popular mode of transport. It has some spectacular views and is a must-do activity in Hong Kong.

Taxi: The red taxis travel all over Hong Kong except Lantau and are the most expensive. The blue taxis only cover Lantau Island, and the green taxis cover the New Territories, airport and Disneyland.

Octopus Card: The hands-down best way to pay for public transport is the Octopus Card. It can be used in all modes of transport (except cabs) and is extremely convenient because in most places you will be expected to pay the exact change of cash. 
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