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

209. Cattle Depot Artists Village

Cattle Depot Artists Village

10,155 km
from city center
209 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Cattle Depot Artists Village lies on Ma Tau Kok Rd in To Kwa Wan, Hong Kong. It was formerly a quarantine base and slaughterhouse before it was converted into a local art community in 2001. It is home to Videotage, the UNESCO listed media art organization, On and On theatre workshop, the art gallery 1a Space and the studio of Frog King.

210. de Sarthe gallery

de Sarthe gallery

10,068 km
from city center
210 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

de Sarthe gallery lies in the Global Trade Square on Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong. de Sarthe was originally founded in Paris in 1977 and later shifted to Hong Kong. The gallery features contemporary Asian artists like Double Fly Art Center, Liang Ban, Lin Jingjing and many others. Historically important art from both Asian and Western artists also honours the gallery.

211. Empty Gallery

Empty Gallery

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

Empty Gallery lies on Yue Fung Street in Tin Wan, Hong Kong. It features artists like Xavier Cha, Amit Desai, Jes Fan, James T. Hong and others. It is a black-cube space which is dedicated to both emerging and established artists. It also features multimedia commissions, performances and music. Empty Gallery presents art in a radically different way.

212. H Queen's Gallery

H Queen's Gallery

19,097 km
from city center
212 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

H Queen’s lies on 80 Queen's Road Central, Central, Hong Kong. It is a 24 storey building comprising art galleries, restaurant and retail. The exterior of the building featured work by 10 Hong Kong artists like Frog King and Lam Tung-pang in 2016. It has also featured large-scale digital art by teamLab, İnci Eviner, Zhao Zhao and Sputniko! In 2017.

213. La Galerie Paris 1839

La Galerie Paris 1839

12,571 km
from city center
213 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The La Galerie Paris 1839 was opened by Marie Florence Gros and Cyril Delettre. It focuses on high standard art photography and prints. It features works of emerging as well as established artists. Chou Ching-hui, Isabelle Chapuis, Almond Chu are some artists that have been featured. Recent exhibitions include “Conte d’hiver, Conte d’été” by Catherine Henriette.

214. M+ Pavilion

M+ Pavilion

1,798 km
from city center
214 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

M+ Pavilion is located in the West Kowloon Cultural District. It aims to showcase visual art, design and architecture. The glass-clad building which cantilevers out from a hillside will draw your attention for its innovative architecture. The large windows and winding terrace offer views of the Hong Kong Island skyline and Victoria Harbour. It serves to display the expanding modern art section of Hong Kong.

215. Over the Influence Gallery

Over the Influence Gallery

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

Over the Influence Gallery lies on Hollywood Road in Central, Hong Kong. It features artists who question accepted studio practices and encourage programs which have an intersection of contemporary art, architecture, design, music, fashion and other forms of visual expression. If you are looking for a gallery with radical and experimental art in a variety of medium, Over The Influence Gallery is for you.

216. Form Society

Form Society

216 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Form Society is located in Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. It serves as a workshop and repair centre of sorts and focuses on local artists who offer workshops and hold exhibitions of illustrations, multimedia and animation works. The Form Society believes in sustainability and discourages fast consumerism. The 1300 square feet place is divided into five main areas, which include a collaboration space and a multipurpose exhibition area.

217. Para Site Art Space

Para Site Art Space

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

Para Site is located in Quarry Bay, Hong Kong. It is a leading contemporary art space which creates exhibitions, publications and educational projects. The non-profit space showcases both local and international art and regularly holds seminars, guest talks and workshops too. Its residency programme has featured artists like Mircea Cantor, Abraham Cruzvilllegas, Mihaela Dragan and others.

218. Perrotin

Perrotin

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

Perrotion, Hong Kong was initially located in Connaught Road Central but has now decided to shift to Kowloon. Opened in May 2012, the gallery features artists like Klara Kristalova, Madsaki, Johan Creten and others. The gallery aims to offer vibrant and creative environments for artists to work and regularly holds talks, exhibitions and also has many podcasts.

219. Puerta Roja

Puerta Roja

14,124 km
from city center
219 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Puerta Roja lies on Pedder Street, in Central, Hong Kong. It focuses on emerging and established contemporary Latin American and Spanish artists in Asia-Pacific. It has represented artists like Carlos Cruz-Diez, Fernando Prats, Ventoso and others. “Visions in Motion” and ”Nature Paintings” have been some of the past exhibitions. Puerta Roja also has an art gallery based in Mexico.

220. Rossi and Rossi

Rossi and Rossi

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

Rossi and Rossi lie on Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. The gallery is known for being a dealer in Indian, Himalayan and Southeast Asian antique art. It also holds exhibitions for contemporary Asian artists especially for those belonging to Tibet. It has played a significant role in pioneering shows like Tradition Transformed at the Rubin Museum of Art, New York.

221. White Cube

White Cube

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

White Cube,a contemporary art gallery, lies on Connaught Road Central in Central, Hong Kong. Spread over 6000 square feet, it is the first of White Cube’s galleries to be located outside of the UK. Exhibitions by Cerith Wyn Evans, Chuck Close, Al Held, Harland Miller, Ellen Altfest and others have been held.

222. Hanart TZ Gallery

Hanart TZ Gallery

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

Hanart TZ Gallery lies on Pedder Street in Hong Kong. It aims to showcase new contemporary Chinese art in Asia and internationally. The gallery has played an important role in pioneering exhibitions like The Stars 10 Years (1989) and China’s New Art Post-1989 (1993, toured until 1998), and Power of the Word (1999, toured until 2002).

223. 10 Chancery Lane

10 Chancery Lane

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

10 Chancery Lane is situated in the heart of the Central district, Hong Kong. Opened in 2001, the gallery features works of both established and emerging artists. It aims to open minds and expand horizons through art, which it believes to be a reflection of our soul and the world around us. It features artists like Atul Dodiya, Cang Xin, Chan Dany and many others.

224. A2Z Gallery

A2Z Gallery

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

A2Z Art Gallery is situated on Gough Street in Central, Hong Kong. It has featured artists like Engku Iman, Bu Hua, Ann Grim and others. Previous exhibitions include Universe, Stardust, 10 years already! and many more. The gallery seeks to encourage contemporary art in the local and international context of Hong Kong.

225. Art Supermarket

Art Supermarket

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

Art Supermarket lies in the heart of the Central district on Staunton Street. It is said to be one of the forward-looking contributors to the art scene in Hong Kong. The gallery exhibits works of both Asian and Western contemporary artists. Its artists include Stoul from France, Wu Jie from China, Hyunk-jin Lee from South Korea and others.

226. Edouard Malingue

Edouard Malingue

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

Edouard Malingue, a contemporary art gallery, lies on Des Voeux Road in the Central district of Hong Kong. Artists like Eric Boudart, He Yida and Phillip Lai are a part of this gallery. The artists combine aesthetic concern with conceptual enquiry. Since its inception in 2010, the gallery has hosted more than 80 exhibitions internationally.

227. Galarie du Monde

Galarie du Monde

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

Galarie du Monde lies in Ruttonjee House of the Central district in Hong Kong. The gallery specializes in modern and contemporary works by internationally recognized Chinese artists. It focuses on the mediums of canvas, paper, sculpture, photography and new media. Artists like Juan Ford, Crystal Liu, Stella Zhang are a part of the gallery.

228. Opera Gallery

Opera Gallery

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

Opera Gallery lies on Wyndham Street in the Central district of Hong Kong. It is a leading representative and international dealer in modern and contemporary art. It has galleries in key locations like Miami, New York and others. The Opera Gallery holds and exhibits works of masters like Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Pierre Soulages. It frequently collaborates with art centres, foundations and museums from all over the world.

229. Sansiao Gallery

Sansiao Gallery

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

Sansiao Gallery lies in the heart of the Central district on Wyndham Street. It is a contemporary art gallery which showcases rare and distinctive art regardless of the popularity of the artist. The Sansiao Gallery, Hong Kong participates in several international art fairs and the international art market. Artists like Ryoko Kaneta, Sumiko Iwaoka and Taku Hisamura have been featured here.

230. Jamia Mosque

Jamia Mosque

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

The oldest and the first mosque to have been established on Hong Kong ground, the Jamia Mosque was built in 1980. Located on Shelly Street since its inception, this mosque has trilingual stone engravings in Chinese, English and Arabic. The Jamia Mosque has been erected in a rectangular form and characterised with arches windows and an arched main door as well.

231. Stanley Mosque

Stanley Mosque

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

Stanley Mosque is the fourth mosque to have been constructed in Hong Kong. Located on Tung Tau Wan Road, this mosque lies quite close to the Stanley Prison. Personalized with a vast prayer hall, a courtyard and a veranda, the mosque vicinity also has a parking space. However, the Stanley Mosque is not always open to the public.

232. Chai Wan Mosque

Chai Wan Mosque

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

The fifth mosque to have been landmarked in Hong Kong, the Chai Wan Mosque lies on Cape Coliinson Road. The luxurious marble interiors of this mosque stand out. With three indoor prayer halls and an outside prayer hall for smaller religious meetings, the Chai Wan Mosque was declared a Grade 3 Historic Building on the 17th of May, 2010.

233. Ibrahim Mosque

Ibrahim Mosque

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

Situated on Hoi Wang Road, the Ibrahim Mosque of Hong Kong is the most recent addition to the list. Completed and inaugurated in 2013, Ibrahim Mosque provides various amenities for devotees and visitors such as a pantry, classrooms and a conference room. It also houses the Imam's office. Each of these facilities are sectioned between men and women so as to abide with the religious code of conduct.

234. Ammar Mosque

Ammar Mosque

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

Located on Oi Kwan Road, Ammar Mosque was the brainchild of a Chinese Muslim architect. This holy place allows only its devotees. Established on the 14th of September, 1981, the Ammar mosque was constructed with funds from the Islamic Union of Hong Kong. Besides religious schedules the mosque also provides great food.

235. Kowloon Mosque

Kowloon Mosque

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

Kowloon Mosque is the first mosque built in Kowloon and is also one of the five important mosques in Hong Kong. Situated on Nathan Road, this 16000 sq. ft. mosque holds a capacity of 3500 devotees at a time. Kowloon Mosque is open to non-muslims as well. It houses traditional Islamic architecture with a highlight of four 11-metered minarets marking its terrace boundaries.

236. Cheung Chau Bun Festival

Cheung Chau Bun Festival

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

Cheung Chau Bun Festival, a festival emerging within the rural communities of fishermen in Hong Kong during the 18th century, is now a celebrated annual national festival, occurring on the fourth lunar month from the fifth day to the ninth day. Fishers believed that Lord Pak Tai warded off the evil spirits of the plague that devastated the Cheung Can Island. The present venue of the festival is the very Cheung Can Island, with the official bun partner Kwok Kam Kee, delivering 60,000 buns for the event.

237. Le French May

Le French May

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

To get a glimpse of the pragmatic appearance of French flavor in Hong Kong, the Consulate General of France organizes the biggest French arts festival named Le French May Arts Festival in Hong Kong and Macau as well. Receiving thousands of visitors for the festival from around the world, the festival showcases exceptional forms of opera music, contemporary dance, multi-arts performance, french culinary, cinema, fashion - evoking the essence of France in Hong Kong.

238. Mid-Autumn Festival

Mid-Autumn Festival

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

Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as Harvest Festival, is celebrated every year on the full moon night of the eighth lunar month. This festival involves worshipping the moon, which is often symbolized in the community as a sign of strength and unity, followed by gathering, thanksgiving, and prayers. With tasty Mooncakes on the platter, this festival is widely celebrated in the cosmopolitan hub of Hong Kong.

239. Hong Kong Film Festival

Hong Kong Film Festival

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

With Hong Kong having an innate knowledge and passion for art and craftsmanship, the famous Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF), occurring annually in this city, is one of the biggest platforms for emerging filmmakers to showcase their piece of work amidst thousands and thousands of eyes. With an average of 250 titles from more than 50 countries all over the world, this festival is a grand celebration of filmmaking in different genres, from different social strata.

240. Tai Kok Tsui Temple Fair

Tai Kok Tsui Temple Fair

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

Dedicated to the worship of Hung Shing, also called the King of Seven Seas, this Tai Kok Tsui temple celebrates a day-long festival in his remembrance. Initially built in Fuk Chuen Village, this temple area was later moved to Tai Kok Tsui in Mong Kok, showcasing a grand parade from the beginning the morning of the fair. With locals being all decked up in colourful costumes, performing dragon dance and traditional kung fu shows, participating in drumming and lighting beautiful lanterns, the most exquisite of all is the 18 lions dance and the 500-feet luminous night dragon dance.

241. Ching Ming Festival

Ching Ming Festival

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

The 2,500 years old festival of Hong Kong is the Ching Ming festival, also famously called the Sweeping Tomb festival. This culturally rich Chinese festival is now celebrated as a public holiday where people spend their time cleaning the tombs of their ancestors, showing respect. To make their ancestral relations comfortable, Chinese during this time offers food and weeds in the monuments along with the burning of paper imitations for their ancestors, which are often believed as luxuries which will be later used by the ancestors in their afterlife.

242. Tin Hau Festival

Tin Hau Festival

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

Every year, in its third lunar month, this city celebrates the goddess of the sea, Tin Hau which keeps Hong Kong aka 'Fragrant Harbour' safe. The best visuals that Tin Hau festival shows are it's the extremely colorful lion, dragon and unicorn dances, the loud rhythmic sounds of cymbals and drums, the bright dresses and exuberant city gatherings. With myths coming to life, the never-to-miss is the Hakka Unicorn dance in Hong Kong which will surely take your breath away!

243. Tai O Dragon Boat Festival and Water Parade

Tai O Dragon Boat Festival and Water Parade

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

The annual celebration of the fishermen of Tai O celebrates the Dragon Boat Water Parade on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. Symbolizing respect and faith to deities of the four temple shrines in Tai O, this visually pleasing festival hosts dragon boats towards the temples of Yeung Hau, San Tsuen Tin Hau, Kwan Tai and Hung Shing with residents floating paper offerings in the waterway, too.

244. Freespace Festival

Freespace Festival

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

An initiative to encourage local craftsmanship and local talents in the area, Freespace Festival is an annual event held at Hong Kong's West Kowloon Promenade area. Launched in 2012, the festival usually occurs in November or December. Freespace Festival is the perfect place for handicrafts, Cantonese poetry readings, reading clubs on grass, selling of locally produced organic crops by farmers and uninterrupted music collaborations by artists from various locations.

245. Well-Wishing Festival

Well-Wishing Festival

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

Hong Kong's Well Wishing festival continues to be one of the most colorful celebrations during the lunar New Year in Hong Kong. An age-old surviving tradition, the Well Wishing festival in Lam Tsuen of Hong Kong attracts tourists and locals into a mammoth celebration. This festivity includes a lion dance, parades, bursting firecrackers, well-wishing carnivals and never to forget, the Well Wishing lanterns and the enigma of the Wishing trees.

246. Christmas and New Year in Hong Kong

 Christmas and New Year in Hong Kong

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

Hong Kong celebrates Christmas, one of the largest celebrations that occur in the country, with prom and grandeur. A travel delight for most tourists, the entire country is lit up in colors, lanterns, exquisite shopping experiences, the ravishing Winterfest. Visitors indulge in a walk through Disneyland, church visits and delicious gourmet Christmas dinners. With New Year around the corner, the celebrations continue till New Year's in Hong Kong.

247. Chinese Opera Festival

Chinese Opera Festival

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

Chinese Opera is an enriched art form, performed vibrantly in all parts of the country. The festival of Chinese musical theatre is a perfect amalgamation of folk art forms like songs, dances, acrobatics, make-up art, and costume. Organized by Leisure and Cultural Services Departments, the cultural journey will be exhilarating amidst the rhythms of Kun, Peking and Yun Opera and also local Cantonese Opera (part of Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity from UNESCO).

248. Computer Festival

Computer Festival

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

Hong Kong welcomes you to the event which is solely dedicated to the gizmo and technology lovers of this city! The Hong Kong Computer and Communications Festival, is spreading among the enthusiasts all the awareness and pieces of information about updated software, latest technologies, cheap digital buys and a lot more. A complete paradise for the residents, this exhibition cum festival now a robust event in the country.

249. Chung Yeung Festival

Chung Yeung Festival

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

Hong Kong goes hand in hand with good luck and Chung Yueng is one festival of ancestor worship, occurring on the ninth day of the ninth lunar month, which is believed to bring good luck in the families. Celebrated from the time of the Han dynasty, this festival, nicknamed as Double Ninth Festival, is marked with visiting of cemeteries for worship, arranging family picnics and savoring special ‘ko’ cakes within the communities.

250. Buddha Bathing Festival

Buddha Bathing Festival

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

The festival entitled to the ultimate preacher of Buddhism, Lord Gautum Buddha is the Buddha Bathing Festival, happening on the birthday of Lord Buddha. Celebrated each year on the eighth day of the fourth lunar month, this festival is a national holiday in this region with all monasteries decked up in grandeur. Symbolizing the enlightenment of Lord Buddha, lanterns are lit all around the city along with offerings and incense. Evoking the emotions of purification of the soul, this bath festival in Hong Kong is one of the most spiritual gatherings you will come across.

251. Tam Kung Birthday Festival

Tam Kung Birthday Festival

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

Hong Kong, also called as the Fragrance Harbor, traditionally celebrates the birthday of Tam Kung, a renowned fisherman during the Yaun dynasty. This festival is annually observed on the eighth day of the fourth lunar month. Legends say that Tam Kung possessed the power of forecasting weather and healing illness of people, from a very young age. Ceremonies including a lion dance and street parade are held in the Tam Kung temple of Sahu Kei, In memory of Tam Kung.

252. Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival

Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival

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

Hong Kong is one of the most popular regions in the world, best known for its extravagant culinary approach. The Hong Kong wine and dine festival is one such opening for food lovers where they can find hundreds of booths filled with food from all over the world, along with exceptional wine collections. This four-day-long festival staged against the backdrop of the elegant victoria harbor, is a magnificent celebration of food in Hong Kong.

253. Shek O Country Club

Shek O Country Club

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

Yet another private-owned golf club in Hong Kong, the Shek O Country Club is restricted to members only. A great way to view this golf course is via the Dragon's Back Hike, it offers breathtaking views. Established during the British-colony, this golf club hosts a 210-yard per 3 opening hole. Although comparatively a shorter course, the Shek O Country Club is a beautiful site, nonetheless.

254. Hong Kong Golf Club

Hong Kong Golf Club

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

The Hong Kong Golf Club is a private club launched as the "Royal Hong Kong Golf Club" in 1889. Today, the club offers an array of facilities such as swimming, tennis, restaurants and stay amenities. Hosting two significant sites in the Deep Water Bay and the Fanling, the Hong Kong Golf Club offers a nine-hole par-28 and an 18-hole course respectively. It is remarked as one among the members of the Royal and Ancient Game.

255. Kau Sai Chau Golf Course

Kau Sai Chau Golf Course

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

Offering beautiful sceneries, the Kau Sai Chau Golf Course is the only golf course in Hong Kong that is open to the public. Although a tab-bit expensive, a visit to this golf course on the Kau Sai Chau island would open up to three different courses; the North, South and East course. An 18-hole course, the Kau Sai Chau Golf Course was launched by utilising the Hong Kong Jockey Club funds.

256. Clearwater Bay Golf and Country Club

Clearwater Bay Golf and Country Club

24 km
from city center
256 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Located on Tai Au Mun Road, the Clearwater Bay Golf and Country Club is a private golf club that conducts an array of tours and championships such as the PGA Tour China Clearwater Bay Open and the World Amateur Team Championship. The golf course and club is restricted only to its members. Interested people could take up any of their six membership openings.

257. Yuk Hui Temple

Yuk Hui Temple

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

Also known as the Pak Tai Temple, the Yuk Hui Temple is a Taoist temple situated at Cheung Chau island. Dedicated to the god of the stars, Pak Tai, the Yuk Hui Temple is also a declared Grade I historic building. The temple was constructed by the Wan Chai locals.

258. Miu Fat Buddhist Monastery

Miu Fat Buddhist Monastery

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

Situated in Lam Tei, the Miu Fat Buddhist Monastery is a vital centre for Buddhism via education, cultural activities, charity and festivals. Housing a decor style from the 1970s, this temple sites massive Buddha relics in gold. The Miu Fat Buddhist Monastery is sheltered by a roof which offers magnificent views of the Castle Peak and the Siu Hong-Sung Shui Kiu stretch. The pillars of this temple are characterised with coiled dragons and elephants.

259. Tsing Shan Monastery

Tsing Shan Monastery

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

Also known as the Castle Peak Monastery or Quingshan Chanyuan, the Tsing Shan Monastery is sited in Tuen Mun. Nestled amongst the three oldest monasteries in Hong Kong, this birth-site of Buddhism also makes a special appearance in the legendary Bruce Lee flick; Enter the Dragon. Founded by the Indian monk, Reverend Pui To, it is said that the Tsing Shan Monastery has been in the books of history since the 400s.

260. Fung Ying Seen Koon

Fung Ying Seen Koon

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

Fung Ying Seen Koon is a Daoist Temple located on Pak Wo Road is an iconic landmark that claims the skies of Fanling in the New Territories. Established in 1929, this temple, named after two fairy islands of Fung Lai and Ying Chau also houses a vegetarian restaurant within its premises. This orange-tiled traditional temple is supported with red stone pillars.

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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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