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

261. Ching Chung Koon

Ching Chung Koon

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

The present Ching Chung Koon Temple was initially set up as a rural retreat in 1961 was further on moulded into a Taoist temple. Lying on the Tsing Chung Path, the temple also houses Chinese-styled gardens, a small artificial hill and fishponds. Ching Chung Koon is sectioned with storages for the ashes, photos and details of the dead devotees. The Ching Ming Festival and other temple festivals witness many grieving families to remember their deceased loved ones here.

262. Che Kung Temple at Sha Tin

Che Kung Temple at Sha Tin

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

Also known as the Che Kung Temple, the Che Kung Miu is said to have been originally built to contain an epidemic that was spreading across Sha Tin 300 years ago. Located on the Tai Wai premises, the temple houses a massive Che Kung statue at the altar of the main prayer hall. It is also listed amongst the must-visit temples in Hong Kong.

263. Hung Shing Temple

Hung Shing Temple

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

One among the temples dedicated to Hung Shing, the Hung Shing Temple of Wan Chai began as a mere stone altar along the protective shoreline of the area. Listed among the Grade I historical buildings, this temple is set on the Queen's Road East. A comparatively smaller temple, the Hung Shing Temple is built with massive hill-side boulders, the Hung Shing temple houses a single hall characterised by a granite platform.

264. Tin Hau Temple at Lam Tsuen

Tin Hau Temple at Lam Tsuen

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

One among the many Tin Hau temples in Hong Kong is the Tin Hau Temple at Lam Tseun. This temple hosts many nearby wishing trees that have been attracting many devotees and visitors for over 700 years now. The temple is designed with two halls in the main palace which are dedicated to the God of Literature and the God of War respectively. Refrain from clicking pictures inside the temple.

265. Lam Tsuen River

Lam Tsuen River

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

A river of the Tai Po district, the Lam Tsuen River washes the stretch between he Tai Mo Shan Country Park and the Lam Tsuen Valley. The main tributary of this river passing through the Lam Tsuen Valley crosses many local villages that have been part of the valley for over 700 years now. It joins with Tai Po river towards the end of the stretch, at the Tai Po New Town. The Upper Lam Tseun River is home to various rare wildlife species of Hong Kong.

266. Sheung Yue River

Sheung Yue River

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

Also known as the River Beas of Hong Kong, the Shueng Yue river is a member of the New Territories. Hosting the Beas Country Club close to it, this river emerges close to Kai Kung Leng and Ki Lun Shan, which is also the origin for many rivers. Following towards its river mouth, the Ng Tung River, the Sheung Yue river merges with the Shek Sheung River along the way.

267. Ng Tung River

Ng Tung River

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

The Ng Tung River possesses various tributaries such as the Tan Shan River and Kwan Tei River. The Ng Tung stream of this river is one of the most beautiful streams in Hong Kong. Besides, the stream also falls off as the highest waterfall in town. The Ng Tung River joins along with the Shek Sheung river and Shueng Yue river before opening up into the Sham Chun River, also known as the Shenzhen River.

268. Sham Chun River

Sham Chun River

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

Popularly known as the Shenzhen River, Sham Chun River bares as the natural border between Hong Kong and China by divining Yuen Long District of HK and the Shenzhen city of Guangdong, respectively. Beginning at the Wutong mountain, Sham Chun River has numerous tributaries such as the Ping Yuen River and the Ng Tung River. The river mouth of Sham Chun River, quite often is the Deep Bay.

269. Shing Mun River

Shing Mun River

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

Originating from Tai Wai, this Sha Tin river crosses a handful of bridges such as the Banyan bride and the Lion Bridge. This 7-kilometer-long river hosts recreational activities such as museums, sports arena and cycling tracks on both its banks. The local government uses the African Carp; a highly toxic-tolerant fish to maintain water pollution levels in Shing Mun River.

270. Kam Tin River

Kam Tin River

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

A water member of the New Territories, the Kam Tin River belongs to the east of Yuen Long in Kam Tin. With its river basin being the largest in all of Hong Kong, Kam Tin has 2 prominent tributaries. A 13-kilometre waterbody, the Kam Tin river passes Shueng Tsuen and Ng Kan Tsuen as well. As the river begins at a height of 910 metres, it is the second highest origin in Hong Kong.

271. Nina Fossil Garden

Nina Fossil Garden

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

As the name suggests, Nina Fossil Garden houses various tree fossils from a couple of million years into the past. Situated outside the Nina Tower on Yueng Uk Road, this fossil garden is Hong Kong's most widespread tree fossil arena. The 80000 sq. ft. Nina Fossil Garden also has a few sculptures installed on its grounds. Apart from these, there are continuously functioning solar panels equipped here as well.

272. Western Lotus Pond Garden

Western Lotus Pond Garden

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

The Western Lotus Pond Garden is situated towards the west of the Nunnery Lotus Ponds. However, this garden does not house any lotus ponds and is infact an extension to the Chi Lin Nunnery, which the Western Lotus Pond Garden is a part of. The garden houses some well-manicured greenery and also hosts a bonsai exhibitions sometimes. The Western Lotus Pond Garden can be entered via the western entrance gate. There are vegetarian restaurants here as well.

273. The Urban Council Centenary Garden

The Urban Council Centenary Garden

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

This public park located on Tsim Tsui East was officially dedicated to the public in 1983. The garden is separated into the West Park near Chatham Road South and the East Park near Mody Road and united by the Hilton Towers-Peninsula Centre corridor. The park on the east is a traditional open outlet. There are a number of water spouts and a fountain with seating within the garden premises as well.

274. Yuen Po Street Bird Garden

Yuen Po Street Bird Garden

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

Organised within a conventional Chinese-styled garden, the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden is situated at Mong Kok in Kowloon. It hosts an array of stores which avail rare birds, birds such as parrots and finches, bamboo cages, porcelain cutlery and bird care essentials for sale. The bird garden is home to at least 50 birds.

275. Chater Garden

Chater Garden

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

Home to over 27 species of trees and numerous birds and insects, the Chater Garden is a public park is situated close to the Chater Road. The garden also provides a tree walk that takes visitors through its green collection. Chater garden also is home to quite a few colourful flora and fruit-bearing trees and shrubs. There are toilet facilities as well. Some of the tourist attractions close to the garden are the peak tram and the HK zoo.

276. Cheung Chau Rock Carvings

Cheung Chau Rock Carvings

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

Declared as a monument in 1982, the Cheung Chau Rock Carvings was discovered in 1970 soon after the Big Wave Bay Rock Carving. Located in Tung Wan in Chueng Chau, the Cheung Chau Rock Carvings is a bronze-age preservation which consists of proto-historic artistry. These carvings are now covered with a protective glass, which can pose a difficulty for day-time photography,

277. Former Central Magistracy

Former Central Magistracy

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

Located on Arbuthnot Road at Central Victoria, the Former Central Magistracy is among the oldest law buildings in Hong Kong. It is characterised with granite walling and Greek architectural features. The Former Central Magistracy along with the Central Police Compound and the Victoria Prison Compound form the Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts which was opened to the public in 2018.

278. Water Buffalo Sculptures

Water Buffalo Sculptures

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

The Water Buffalo duo at the Exchange Square building arena and the IFC Shopping mall consists of a standing and a sitting buffalo. The brainchild Elisabeth Frink, an artist heavily interested and influenced by animals engraved on religious vessels, this sculpture focuses on the shifted sense of urban belonging in the minds of these buffalos as there stare in relief and do not look alarmed.

279. Pillar of Shame

Pillar of Shame

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

The brainchild of the Danish sculptor Jens Galschiot, the Pillar of Shame located on at the Victoria Park reiterates the unfortunate event of the Tiananmen Square protests, thus marking its 8th year into history. This art series of 50 twisted and disintegrated human figures found in Hong Kong, Mexico and Brazil is closely connected to the feeling of shame over the event.

280. Horse at Water

Horse at Water

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

The sixteen feet tall sculpture of a horse drinking water at the Via Fiori garden of Taikoo Place is an illusional art piece by Mr Fiddian Green. Having inspired by the horses of the Han dynasty, this bronze head statue of a horse is said to symbolise prosperity of the locals and employees of the city. Some highlights of this sculpture are the evident cracks on the art piece, which represent the imperfections of history.

281. Double Oval

Double Oval

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

The Double Oval set up between the Jardine house and the HK general post office is an interesting statue in Hong Kong. Created by the British artist, Henry Moore, this statue symbolises duality of the human personality. The accurate asymmetry characterised in the ovals highlights natural imperfection and the strife towards balance. The Double Oval is designed in a way that it puts forth both, grace and struggle through its rough and smooth surfaces.

282. Bruce Lee Statue

Bruce Lee Statue

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

This iconic statue of the late legend, Bruce Lee is installed on the opposite side of the Victoria Harbour, in front of two a two-storey Starbucks. The Bruce Lee statue showcases his signature move of being ready to strike from the 1972 hit; Fist of Fury. Situated on the lane of the Avenue of Stars, visitors could drop by this icon and witness the 8 PM symphony of lights in one visit.

283. Golden Bauhinia

Golden Bauhinia

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

The Golden Bauhinia is a simple statue designed to commemorate the return of the Hongkongers to China in 1997. A golden statue of the Bauhinia flower is visible on the arena outside the HK Convention and Exhibition Centre, which is now named after this 6-metre tall sculpture that sits on a red granite pillar. The Golden Bauhinia Centre hosts a flag ceremony at 8 AM everyday. The statue is a quick tourist visit.

284. The Umbrella Man

The Umbrella Man

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

The statue of the Umbrella Man was a consequence of the Umbrella Movement during the HK democracy protests in 2014. A relatively newer addition, this 12-feet-tall statue made in wood of a man holding out an umbrella is said to signify the protestors who held umbrellas to protect themselves from tear gas during the rebellion.

285. HSBC Lions

HSBC Lions

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

The Stitt and Stephen Lion Statue, popularly known as the HSBC Lions are found at various branches of the bank across Hong Kong. This bronze statue characterised by two lions, one calm and one roaring, thus represents the bank's managers; Gorden Holmes Stitt and Alexander Gorden Stephen. Designed by the British artist WW Wagstaff, the HSBC Lions was set up at the third outlet of the bank on 1 Queen's Road Central. There is a damage of the WW II Japanese bombing on the statue.

286. Taichi Series

Taichi Series

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

This Single Whip Dip sculpture of the Taichi series is a bronze relic; the first of the other two fo Ju Ming's art works. This strangely interesting statue is located next to Ming's 1991 sculpture of the Right Heel Kick. Two of this series of statues are found at Exchange One and Two and Central District's IFC shopping mall. This statue emits a sense of rawness as well as elegance at the same time.

287. Above the Clouds Sculpture

Above the Clouds Sculpture

13,325 km
from city center
287 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Above the Clouds is a statue that intertwines with the concept of "a sea of consciousness", as each of the two forces of the sculpture face each other off, thus symbolising spiritual transcendence. This recent artwork of the Beijing sculptor, Ren Zhe is found at the Exchange Square and the IFC Shopping Mall at Central District. Close to this statue is another of Ren Zhe's works; the Noble Tranquility which was installed in 2012.

288. Statue of Sir Thomas

Statue of Sir Thomas

12,615 km
from city center
288 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

The bronze statue of the first Baronet, Sir Thomas Jackson was initially set up in the Statue Square, which is a public square at Central in Hong Kong. Originally opposite to the HSBC building, the Sir Thomas Statue; an artwork of the Italian artist Mario Raggi, was inaugurated on the 24th of February in 1906. Some of Raggi's other art pieces include the Queen Victoria monument at the Victoria Park.

289. Oval with Points

Oval with Points

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

The Oval with Points is the creation of the British sculptor, Henry Moore which is also a part of his series of abstract statues. Besides this statue, Moore also owns two other artworks, this one is set up at the centre of a fountain opposite to the Exchange Square building. Although the Oval with Points looks quite unsettled, it is usually viewed as the separation between the human head and the chest.

290. Sitting Couple Sculpture

Sitting Couple Sculpture

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

A contemporary art work, the Sitting Couple Sculpture is designed by the English artist, Lynn Chadwick. The essence of this statue was first initialised in 1971 and further on improvised to give the final outlook in 1989. Although these sculptures look strange at first, this incredible art piece depicts human relationships, one characterising a man with inverted triangular indentations and the other, a woman with a breast moulding.

291. Anonymous WW1 Soldier Statue

Anonymous WW1 Soldier Statue

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

The Anonymous WW1 Soldier to whom this statue is dedicated is John Robert Osborn, who was a Canadian war soldier. Formerly a part of the Eu Tong Sen collection of statues in Eucliff Villa, the statue was displaced to Kowloon and then the HK Park. There is also a dedicated relic beneath the Anonymous WW1 Soldier Statue, which was designed to commemorate the WW2 soldier, John Robert Osborn VC. Both these veterans received the Victoria Cross for having served in the Great Wars.

292. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church

4,251 km
from city center
292 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

A very special church located in the Wan Chai area of Hong Kong, Our lady of Mount Carmel Church is a vibrant and proliferating Catholic Parish which experiences a diversity of followers and propagators in their ethnicities, ages, etc. It offers a daily mass in Chinese and masses in English as well as Mandarin on Sundays. While the original chapel was established in 1845, as the community grew, the church was expanded, and the current structure was revamped in 2001.

293. Kowloon International Baptist Church

Kowloon International Baptist Church

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

A dynamic, English-language based church located in Kowloon Tong of Hong Kong, this Baptist Church is a congregation of people from over 25 nationalities! It not only offers English masses every Sunday but also has a small bible-reading study group to promote the teachings and story of Lord Jesus among all age-groups. Masses are also available/offered in Cantonese, Mandarin translations for the non-English-speaking public.

294. St Paul’s Church

St Paul’s Church

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

Located in Central, Hong Kong and at a 2-minute walk from Lan Kwai Fong, St Paul’s Church is a gothic-style church. Established in the early 20th century, the building was originally occupied by Japanese Soldiers during the time Hong Kong was under the occupation of the Japanese. The present structure underwent a major renovation in 1934 and was completed shortly after that.

295. Sky City Church

Sky City Church

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

Located in Central Plaza of Hong Kong and true to its name, the Sky City Church is the highest in the world as it is perched on the 75th floor of the building! The views from here will be great. A weekly meeting is held here and at the other branch, which is in Kowloon. There is a special Skykids’ program which organises fun activities and environment for children visiting. This church hosts its international visitors in an English--language service, so you are bound to understand everything shared.

296. Tung Fook Church

Tung Fook Church

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

Located in the Causeway Bay area of Hong Kong Island, the Tung Fook Church is a Christian church and part of the Evangelical Free Church of China. Its congregation has grown from a dozen in 1912 to over 4500 in number presently! This church has five places of worship at Causeway Bay, Wai Chan, Kwun Tong, Tung Chung and Teun Mun but the Causeway Bay one is known for its popular neon sign that said “Jesus is Lord” in Chinese.

297. Holy Trinity Cathedral

Holy Trinity Cathedral

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

Established in 1890 as a church in the Kowloon area of Hong Kong, the Holy Trinity Cathedral is one of the oldest Anglican cathedrals in the city. It was rebuilt twice ever since then. What is very unique about this cathedral is that its design harmonises traditional and western Chinese architectural styles with traditional Chinese decorations and concrete structures being seen inside the cathedral.

298. Lifehouse International Church Hong Kong

Lifehouse International Church Hong Kong

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

A Christian church that has bilingual services, the Lifehouse International Church Hong Kong is a church offering four weekly services in English and Cantonese. Located on Temple Street in Jordan, it also has a unique Lifehouse kids program for children on Sunday mornings.

299. St Andrew’s Church

St Andrew’s Church

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

Situated in Kowloon, the St Andrew’s Church in Hong Kong was built in 1906 after a significant tycoon hit the city. The church survived the ravages of several typhoons, a bombing, a landslide and continues Anglican community till date. This church experienced the history of Hong Kong throughout the years, especially during the World War-II where it was used as a Shinto Shrine and a magistrate by the occupying Japanese.

300. Chinese Methodist Church

Chinese Methodist Church

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

Situated on Hennessy Road in Wan Chai, the Chinese Methodist Church was a unique landmark when it was built with its green-glazed roof tiles and triangular shape. This is an autonomous church for methodists which is a covenant church of the World Methodist Council and is also one of the founding members of the World Federation of Chinese Methodist Churches.

301. St Alfred’s Church

St Alfred’s Church

7,356 km
from city center
301 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Established as St Alfred’s church in 1977 after going through several renovations, expansions in the light of increased population in the area during the 1960s, this church was initially a TV studio converted into a small chapel. Located on Man Lai Road in Tai Wai, this church has an interesting position of the altar as it sites the pews arranged in front of it in parallel rows, signifying a posture of devotion.

302. Rosary Church

Rosary Church

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

Situated on Chatham Road S in Tsim Sha Tsui, the Rosary Church is the oldest church in Kowloon. Built in 1905 via the donation of a Portuguese Catholic, the Church is set in a courtyard filled with plants. With a genre of the classic gothic-style design spread across its architecture, the structure hosts a yellow-like facade, although the original plan was to build it like a Roman Basilican model. It offers English masses two times a day during the weekdays and thrice on Sundays.

303. Brides Pool

Brides Pool

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

Located in the quiet regions of Plover Cove Country Park, Bride’s Pool is a hidden treasure in the North-Eastern part of the New Territories in Hong Kong, attracting nature lovers for years. Legends say Bride’s Pool got its name from the tragic incident of the wash away of a bride in this waterfall. The calm and serene natural swimming pool below Bride’s Pool is a perfect destination to spend the summer afternoon along with preparing a picnic and barbeque.

304. Tai Yuen Stream

Tai Yuen Stream

2 km
from city center
304 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

A hike for 45 minutes from Tai Mo Shan will lead you to the abundant beauty of Tai Yuen Stream, surrounded by bushes, birds, natural swimming pools, scrambling streams, rocky pathways, picnic spots, and whatnot. Up from the waterfall, the Tai Tam Tuk Reservoir will wave at you and from the foothills of the stream you can get the ultimate panoramic view of the place. A wooden footbridge over the waterfall adds to the beauty and will turn the journey into the most memorable one.

305. Silvermine Waterfalls

Silvermine Waterfalls

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

To experience a waterfall welcomed by the sea is what Silvermine Waterfalls in Mui Wo is all about. Near the old Silvermine cave, lies the Silvermine waterfalls, finally getting mixed in the Silvermine Bay Beach. A once in a lifetime adventure, spring and summer offer the best sunshine beauty to the falls, with water gushing over the rocky pebbles, offering you the best time of your stay. Near is the Silvermine Bay Waterfall Park, too, a perfect place to feel nature.

306. Tai Tam Mound Waterfalls

Tai Tam Mound Waterfalls

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

A laid back and hidden waterfall along the Tai Tam Reservoir trail is the beautiful Tai Tam Mound Waterfalls. The walk towards the destination is equally astonishing with hidden stairs right slowly leading you to the path, surrounded by trees, bushes, and birds. Crossing two consecutive bridges, you will see the little Mound waterfalls, with underlying colorful and spiky pebbles, little fishes offering you a free pedicure and plenty of sunshine.

307. Lotus Stream

Lotus Stream

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

Lotus Stream, one of the most important streams of Hong Kong, is a unique place for intermediate-level hikers. Throughout the 10-km stretch you will witness pools of water like the White Lotus Pool, the Rainbow falls from the Red Lotus Cliff, Lotus Terrace Fall, and Hidden Valley of Fairy lotus.

308. Sheung Luk Stream

Sheung Luk Stream

29 km
from city center
308 out of 329
places to visit in Hong Kong

Right behind Tai Long Sai Wan lies the magnificent Sheung Luk Stream with its ever-glowing aura. After hiking the walls, you will reach a different pool of waterfalls with every approaching step of yours. Be it the Ming Yau falls, Choung Yau Falls where you can try to jump off the cliff right into the water, at your own risk, though. Beautiful is the Blackdeer Pool Falls and the Reindeer Pool, too. Also, you can feel the breeze of the Sai Wan beach, nearby.

309. Ladies Market

Ladies Market

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

Ladies’ Market is located in Tung Choi Street in Mong Kok district of Hong Kong. It is famous for its inexpensive cosmetics, accessories and clothing. Despite its name, the market offers a variety of men’s clothing besides home furnishings, knick-knacks and electronic gadgets. You could also stop for a bite at the food stalls and fruit and produce stands.

310. Wong Lung Hang Stream

Wong Lung Hang Stream

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

After crossing the slippery rocks through the hiking area to reach the Wong Lung Hang stream, you will witness the cascading waterfalls of the Main fall in the adjacent field. The natural swimming pool down below remains mostly crowded in the spring and summer. Magnificent will be the experience of showering under the Dragon Tail falls after crossing the gorge section. Also, the Dragon Jaw Stream, a little beyond the falls, is as refreshing as ever.

311. Ma Dai Stream

Ma Dai Stream

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

To enjoy lonesome time amidst greenery and the chirping of birds, the best choice will be the Ma Dei stream inside the Ma On Shan Country park in Hong Kong. This hidden treasure is one of the best-known places for canyoning, organizing a picnic, or just relaxing. The water is crystal clear where you can swim your way through the stream or just get tanned over the enormous rocks placed poolside. Nevertheless, the Hero waterfalls are also near, cascading its beauty as usual.

312. Waterfall Bay

Waterfall Bay

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

Pokfulam’s Waterfall bay witnesses a historical past and is one of the best places for a family hike in Hong Kong. History says the freshwater which Waterfall Bay inherits gives the name of the city, the Fragrance Harbour, also known as Hong Kong. The surrounding is particularly serene; the pool is crystal blue and is filled with elements of creativity. A walk down the trail will also lead you to the exquisite statue garden and the infinite ocean blue.

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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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