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

105. PMQ Hong Kong

PMQ Hong Kong

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

PMQ, or Police Married Quarters, is a creative design hub at Aberdeen Street, Hong Kong’s Central district. This Grade III Historical building is now a hip location for boutiques, art galleries, flea markets, designer studios, and jewelry stores. It is famous for its award-winning experimental restaurants as well.

106. Ozone Hong Kong

Ozone Hong Kong

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

Ozone is a rooftop sky bar at the Ritz Carlton, located on the 118th floor of the International Commerce Centre, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is the highest bar in the world and offers breathtaking views of Hong Kong from its perch 490 metres above sea level. The Ozone Bar is frequented by Hong Kong’s elite and is perfect for travellers looking for luxurious food and stunning views.

107. Nathan Road

Nathan Road

107 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Nathan Road is Hong Kong’s oldest road, and a famous street shopping centre in Kowloon. Extending from Mongkok to Tsim Sha Tsui, this commercial road is a tourist attraction, popular for its malls, stores, historical attractions, and restaurants. Named Golden Mile because of its shining lights, Nathan Road is Hong Kong’s very own Times Square, complete with neon signs and busy streets.

108. Sam Tung Uk Museum

Sam Tung Uk Museum

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

Located in Tsuen Wan area of Hong Kong, Sam Tung Uk Museum showcases the life of the Hakka people who lived in the Hakka hamlet of Sang Tung Uk 200 years ago. The main highlight of the museum is the agricultural implements that were used for farming during that time. No wonder, this museum is a haven for history lovers, heritage buffs and culture hounds.

109. Peak Galleria

Peak Galleria

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

Located near Hong Kong's iconic Victoria Peak, the Peak Galleria is a leisure and shopping arcade. Managed by Hang Lung Properties, the Art Deco architectural style landmark stands erected in one of the prime locations in Hong Kong. The Peak Galleria features numerous dining and entertainment options that highlight the quintessential theme of Hong Kong. The prominent attraction is the open-air observation deck on the top floor that offers spectacular views of the Victoria Harbour.

110. Lantau Peak

Lantau Peak

26 km
from city center
110 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Lantau Peak, also known as Fung Wong Shan is the highest point on Lantau Island. Also known as The Peak of Hong Kong, it is a pair of two peaks which are known as Fung Shan (male) and Wong Shan (female) which is why it is also known as Fung Wong Shan. Popularly known as a sunrise and hiking point, Lantau Peak gets its name through a Chinese word which means “Phoenix Mountain.

111. Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens

Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens

111 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Located at Albany Road in Hong Kong, Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens is the oldest zoological and botanical garden in the world which is home to a number of birds, mammals, reptiles and plants. Also referred to as Bing Tau Fa Yuen by the locals ('Bing Tau' means the head of soldiers and 'Fa Yuen' means garden), it is used for research purposes and to spread awareness about the different species with its educational programmes. Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens is an ideal place to be visited by nature lovers, botanists, and tourists with young ones in tow.

112. Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts

Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts

112 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Tai Kwun serves as the centre pertaining to all things art and heritage. Located at 10 Hollywood Road, Central Hong Kong and housed in the renovated Central Police Station compound, it is a place to gather information and appreciate art while understanding the history of the people of Hong Kong. Visitors are pleased to embark on an interactive tour where they get to learn about the unique heritage of the city via storytelling sessions.

113. Tung Ping Chau

Tung Ping Chau

37 km
from city center
113 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Tung Ping Chau is a gorgeous sedimentary island covered in shale rocks. This colourful island has been added as a UNESCO certified Hong Kong Global Geopark and is a Museum of Geomorphology in itself. One of the island sides consists of a coastal bench which looks like a downward staircase. Also, home to two temples, Tin Hau and Tam Kung, Tung Ping Chau is indeed a fledged tourist attraction.

114. Tap Mun

Tap Mun

27 km
from city center
114 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Also known as Grass Island, Tap Mun is located towards the northeastern section of Hong Kong. Home to around 100 residents, Tap Mun also houses a handful of attractions and temples apart from the numerous tea stalls and a seafood dine-out. Some of the top tourist magnets on this island are the Tap Mun Cave, the King Lam School, Ngan See Dong, to name a few. Hilltop camping is one of the most frequented outdoor activities on Tap Mun.

115. Hong Kong-Zhuhai Bridge

Hong Kong-Zhuhai Bridge

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

The world’s largest longest sea bridge (55kms long) that took 9 years and a whopping USD 20 billion to build, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai Bridge is not just a revolutionary transportation connection between the major cities of Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai, it is also a stunning piece of architecture. The convenience this bridge brings with it is immense. It substantially cuts down the travel time between the 3 major cities of Pearl River Delta, making a road trip more likely and fun!

116. Ting Kau Bridge

Ting Kau Bridge

5 km
from city center
116 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The Ting Kau Bridge is best visible from the Ting Kau Beach. It features a visually pleasing, fan-like design with cables running from its towers to the bridge deck. It is close to the Tsing Ma Bridge and also serves as the main bridge that connects the Hong Kong International Airport in Lantau Island to the rest of the city. It is one of the longest cable-stayed bridge that helps transcend the gap between the New Territories and Mainland-Hong Kong. The bridge is also a paradise for photographers, architecture and design-loving enthusiasts.

117. Stonecutters Bridge

Stonecutters Bridge

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

The Stonecutters Bridge constituting a major part of Route 8 between Tsing Yi and Cheung Sha Wan, has a very distinctive feature derived from its unique design. While looking up from underneath the bridge, the bridge frame has a striking resemblance to film negatives in the shape of boxes that are usually seen on them. The said design when clicked or observed in the backdrop of a clear blue sky is a fulfilling experience.

118. Kap Shui Mun Bridge

Kap Shui Mun Bridge

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

One of the longest double-deck, cable-stayed bridges in the world, the Kap Shui Mun bridge spans Kap Shui Mun Channel linking Lantau Island Ma Wan Island as a means to access the Hong Kong International airport. An innovative hybrid design transports both roads as well as railway traffic where the upper deck is used for motor vehicles and the lower deck is meant for vehicle use plus the MTR. This is another semi-fan style looking bridge on this list with its design resembling a spread-out hand fan.

119. Shenzhen Bay Bridge

Shenzhen Bay Bridge

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

A 5.5 km-long dual three-lane carriageway, the Shenzhen Bay bridge which was formerly known as the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Western Corridor. It is a cross-border highway between Shenzhen City and Hong Kong with both governments supervising the design, infrastructure and construction within their territories and thereby working in sync to make this an effective connection. This bridge comes as a much-needed relief from the ever-increasing cross-border traffic and marks a new era for closer economic and social ties between Hong Kong and the Mainland.

120. Tsing Yi North Bridge

Tsing Yi North Bridge

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

Hong Kong’s largest prestressed concrete balanced cantilever bridge, the Tsing Yi North Bridge consists of 4 traffic lanes which connect the Island of Tsing Yi to Mainland-Hong Kong. This bridge makes intra-city travel much more sorted, strategic.

121. Tung Wan Beach

Tung Wan Beach

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

Located on Ma Wan Island, the Tung Wan Beach is a stunning white sand beach with beautiful views, especially of the world-renowned Tsing Ma Bridge near it. Besides windsurfing, the beach houses the popular restaurant Noah's Arc too. The vicinity guarantees security facilities such as lifeguard stations that overlook the roped-off swimming region.

122. Kwun Yam Beach

Kwun Yam Beach

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

A top-rated windsurfing beach, the Kwun Yam Beach is where Olympic champion Lee Lai-Shaan trained. It is a golden sand beach with charming little beachside cafes and all the surfing plus canoeing equipment you'll ever need! It's also possible to see unique coastal rock formations and the mini great wall from here.

123. Silvermine Bay Beach

Silvermine Bay Beach

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

Located in Mui Wo and named after its alternative name, the Silvermine Bay Beach has all the benefits of being close to the Mui Wo Village- the local-cooked food markets, seafood restaurants and some good bars. It's a favourite family beach with its glorious 688 feet of white sand and amidst the beautiful emerald-green mountains!

124. Pui O Beach

Pui O Beach

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

Pui O beach is located on the southeastern side of Lantau Island. It is a haven for buffaloes and several birds. There is a free campsite located here which is operated by LCSD. This beach is near Tong Fuk Village where there are a host of scenic views. It is a quiet beach with fine sand, great for swimming and sunbathing.

125. Clearwater Bay

Clearwater Bay

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

Located on the eastern shore of Clearwater Bay Peninsula, this bay comprises two beaches. Its pristine, pure sand and glistening water are positively tropical. You can see the nearby country park from here, and it offers picture-perfect views of the park's steep mountains plus the sharp tip of High Junk Peak.

126. Golden Beach

Golden Beach

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

The largest public beach in Teun Mun and creatively named by the Gold Coast Resort, the Golden Beach boasts of immaculate and silky-soft sand from Hainan Island. It spans half a kilometre and features a volleyball court, barbecue area, and changing facilities. All in all, it is a must-see for every beach lovers' itinerary!

127. Turtle Cove

Turtle Cove

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

A dinky wonder of golden sand, Turtle Cove Beach located in Tai Tam is for the dedicated sun-seekers as it is hemmed by bucolic greenery on both sides and just a few palm trees or two for any shade. It is the last known nesting place for Hong Kong's endangered green turtles, hence the name. It is excellent for a quiet getaway; you only need to make sure to carry your own food!

128. Chung Hom Kok

Chung Hom Kok

128 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

A wide sandy crescent amidst a secluded bay lined by trees, Chung Hom Kok beach is perfect for unwinding in a less crowded setting. It is great for cookout sessions and picnics too thanks to the barbecue pits here. Tucked off away from the road and the daily hustle-bustle, go here to enjoy a good family day or a moment of peace.

129. Long Ke Wan Beach

Long Ke Wan Beach

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

With silky, icing-sugar sands, Long Ke Wan beach has been lauded as one of the best beaches in Hong Kong. It looks straight out of the Philippines thanks to the white sand, clear water and forested hillside. This place rewards visitors with sweeping views of the South China Sea.

130. Middle Bay Beach

Middle Bay Beach

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

Around the corner from popular Repulse Bay Beach, the Middle Bay Beach is the perfect spot for couples and swimming enthusiasts. With an enclosed swimming area of a decent size, the beach also has some basic facilities like fast food stands, barbecue pits, showers, toilets and raft rentals.

131. Lido Beach

Lido Beach

5 km
from city center
131 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

A 656 foot-long sweep of sand on the southern coast of the New Territories, the Lido beach offers glorious views of Tsing Ma in the distance and is also near the sister beach of Casam. It features all facilities like several volleyball courts, refreshment shacks, lifeguards, changing rooms and showers/bathrooms, making it perfect for a good swim!

132. Lamma Power Station Beach

Lamma Power Station Beach

20 km
from city center
132 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

One of the most popular sand stretches on Lamma Island; this beach is located near the Yung Shue Wan Village, giving you access to several shops having snorkelling gear, towels, fast food snacks among more. The beach itself is dog-friendly and also organises many festivals such as outdoor cinema, reggae festival, dragon boat festival and Lamma family festival.

133. Tong Fuk Beach

Tong Fuk Beach

26 km
from city center
133 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Located on the Southern West side of Lantau Island, Tong Fuk Beach is marked by its calm waves and soft sand. The beach offers dining options such as The Gallery Bar and Restaurant at the nearby Tong Fuk Village. Tong Fuk Beach hosts many bars in its vicinity as well. The beach offers splendid sunset views too.

134. St Stephen's Beach

St Stephen's Beach

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

St Stephen's beach is a short walk from the nearby Stanley Village. The beach offers a range of comprehensive water sports centre such as sailboats, kayaking. This quite respite also has a beach cafe on its expanse, alongside showering, changing rooms and barbecue facilities. November would be the best time to visit this beach as the weather is relatively more pleasant. The beach has a parking space as well.

135. South Bay Beach

South Bay Beach

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

Located in the Southside, The South Bay area is a cloistered spot with its very own beach club and restaurants where you will often find the DJ playing some fun beats. This beach is near the Repulse bay beach which has almost manicured sands and trees positioned to create a beautiful vista.

136. Sung Wong Toi Park

Sung Wong Toi Park

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

Sung Wong Toi Park is a memorial park in Ma Tau Chung area of Kowloon City district. It is home to a significant relic of Chinese history-a rock which has characters "Sung Wong Toi" ( meaning Song King's Terrace) on it. A plaque in the garden informs tourists of the unfortunate story of the Southern Song dynasty's last boy emperor.

137. Tsing Yi Park

Tsing Yi Park

5 km
from city center
137 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Formerly a hillock dotted with cemeteries, Tsing Yi Park is situated in the centre of the Tsing Yi Island. It is spread over 7.09 hectares and boasts of attractions like active and passive recreational facilities, thematic gardens, picnic area, a restaurant, waterfalls and ornamental lakes. Built in European style, the park is popular for its proximity to Tsing Yi MTR station.

138. Kowloon Walled City Park

Kowloon Walled City Park

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

The Kowloon Walled City Park is the site of the historical Kowloon Walled City in Hong Kong. Being the Chinese military fort it once was, the park is famous for relics of the time. It had been laid out in Jiangnan garden style of the early Qing Dynasty. Housing eight floral paths, Kowloon Walled City Park also offers free guided tours to its visitors.

139. Tsuen Wan Park

Tsuen Wan Park

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

Tsuen Wan Park is a public park in Tsuen Wan New Town, Hong Kong. It is known for its maritime theme and offers a spectacular view of Rambler Channel towards Tsing Yi Island and Ting Kau Bridge. Along with artificial water bodies and sitting areas, the park also offers various sports amenities from a cycling area to a basketball court.

140. Lai Chi Kok Park

Lai Chi Kok Park

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

Lai Chi Kok Park is a public park in Hong Kong on the reclamation of the former Lai Chi Kok Bay. The park is dotted with flowering trees and is known for its four seasons flower beds. The park is divided into three stages, and each of them offers recreational and sports facilities. The park can easily be accessed through MTR, West Rail and bus.

141. Hollywood Road Park

Hollywood Road Park

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

Hollywood Road Park is a public park that lies in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong. The park is the Possession Point, the location where the Royal Navy arrived in Hong Kong. It is also said to be a former Tai Tat Tei (meaning poor man's nightclub), a famous bazaar market.

142. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Park

Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Park

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

Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Park is situated near vent shaft of Sai Ying Pun facing the Victoria Harbour. It is the first park in Hong Kong to be named after the father of modern China, Dr Sun. The park is famous for its Chime Tower and Four Desparado Courtyard in addition to its recreational and sporting facilities.

143. Stanley Ma Hang Park

Stanley Ma Hang Park

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

Stanley Ma Hang Park lies in Ma Hang area, Hong Kong. The park offers a spectacular view of ancient temples such as Pak Tai and Kwun Yum. It is rich in bird, animal and plant species which makes it a treat for nature lovers and photographers alike.

144. Quarry Bay Park

Quarry Bay Park

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

The Quarry Bay Park lies in the Quarry Bay area of Hong Kong's Eastern District. The park is dotted with old and valuable trees and flowering plants. It offers a variety of sporting facilities. The Park is located in a convenient area with nearby shops and MRTs. Besides, the Quarry Bay Park also offers greats views of the harbour on the opposite end.

145. SuperPark

SuperPark

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

SuperPark is an indoor activity park for all ages located in Kowloon, Hong Kong. The Adventure Area has trampolines, zip wires, slides among other facilities. The Game Arena offers sports like basketball, bowling and golf, to name a few. Climbing, snowboarding, skating and skiing are offered in the Freestyle Hall. The park boasts a dining area and party rooms which can be hired for group and corporate events.

146. Lai Chi Kok Amusement Park

Lai Chi Kok Amusement Park

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

Lai Chi Kok amusement park, also known as Lai Yuen, is located on the Lai Chi Kok bay in Hong Kong. It was the largest amusement park in Hong Kong until it was closed down. The park today features most of its older attractions- a carousel, a haunted house, a skating rink and carnival games but with a tech twist. Reopened in 2015, it allows countless adults to revisit their childhood memories.

147. University Museum and Art Gallery

University Museum and Art Gallery

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

Originally named as the Fung Ping Shan Museum in 1953, this museum and art gallery aims to educate the students and the public via art-historical research. It is home to and features pieces like ceramics, bronzes, paintings, photographs, sculptures, wood carvings and furniture tracing the rich culture and history of Hong Kong.

148. Heritage of Mei Ho House

Heritage of Mei Ho House

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

Located inside the Mei Ho House Youth Hostel, this museum introduces the way of life in Hong Kong in the 1950s-70s. It stores and depicts the public housing history of the city as it has experienced a transformation in the past 60 years from squatter huts to modern-day apartments. This is done via a mix of personal anecdotes of residents along with donated exhibits.

149. Sheung Yiu Folk Museum

Sheung Yiu Folk Museum

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

Located in the scenic Sai Kung Country Park, Sheung Yiu Folk Museum was once a fortified Hakka village dating back to the 19th century. This 500 square meter museum houses traditional, typical Hakka furniture and artefacts. A trip to here will be incomplete if you don’t explore the Sai Kung Country Park, which is one of the most beautiful locations in Hong Kong.

150. Hong Kong Coastal Defence Museum

Hong Kong Coastal Defence Museum

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

Situated inside the Lei Yue Mun Fort which was built by the British in the 1880s, this museum exhibits the history of military defence along the city’s coast dating back to the Ming Dynasty. Featuring some installations like torpedo station, British Comet Tank, batteries, an ammunition depot along with over ten military relics and artefacts.

151. Railway Museum

Railway Museum

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

An open-air, 6500 square meters museum converted from the old Tai Po Market Station; this charming little railway-themed museum has several permanent exhibits. The Railway Museum displays the Hong Kong rail history of Hong Kong through photographs, samples of tracks, old coaches, and even a life-sized model of an electric train compartment!

152. Hong Kong Film Archive Museum

Hong Kong Film Archive Museum

17 km
from city center
152 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s hidden trove of film treasure, this museum has four floors dedicated to state-of-the-art film preservation and storage, screenings of Hong Kong and the world’s iconic cinema going on. For any movie-buff, this place would be a bundle of cinema magic where you must head to catch a flick or just marvel at the glorious history of cinema in Hong Kong!

153. Hong Kong Racing Museum

Hong Kong Racing Museum

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

Hong Kong has quite intensely been in the racing scene for about a century and a half now. The Hong Kong Racing Museum reflects this love for the sport and reveals the fascinating story behind the city’s biggest spectator sport via comprehensive exhibits. The museum also offers free guided tours for the first ones to grab their spots.

154. Police Museum

Police Museum

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

Located at the former Wan Chai Gap Police Station, this museum has the best collection of police-related artefacts. From the weapons confiscated from goons and gangsters, a look-alike of an underground heroin laboratory to the head of the tiger that killed a cop, the exhibits in the museum trace everything the Hong Kong police has dealt with.

155. Pacific Place Mall

Pacific Place Mall

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

One of Hong Kong’s swankiest malls, the Pacific Place mall is a palatial complex of 140 shops and restaurants, four 5-star hotels, a department store and 270 furnished apartments. Sitting on an area of 711,000 square feet of world-class amenities and high-end shopping with the world’s most prestigious brands like La Mer, Saint Laurent, Nars among many others setting shop here, this mall is the ultimate lifestyle hub and a must-visit!

156. Time Square Mall

Time Square Mall

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

Hong Kong’s first mega-mall with 16 floors, the Time Square Mall is no less than a shrine for shopaholics as it has over 200 stores! There is something for everyone here because the brands range from mid-end to high-end, local brands to international ones, and don’t focus solely on the luxury market. It has managed to rope in the city’s big-name restaurants like The Fat Pig, Heichinrou, and also has a cinema, department stores, a kid’s square and so much more. To top it all, the entrance always welcomes you with the most picturesque displays and lavish events during the New Year’s time!

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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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