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Hong Kong Sights & Attractions


Above: view from Victoria Peak with Central and Mid-Levels in the foreground and Tsim Sha Tsui in the background separated by the Victoria Harbor.

With a metropolitan like Hong Kong, you can count on seeing all kinds of big city stuff: from 1600 ft (490M) tall 118-storey high rise - the elevators of which are an experience to ride, to the street markets packed with stalls under canopies, leaving just a few feet for pedestrians and the brave - and patient - drivers, and everything in between.

Since it is a city in China, you can also count on the cultural Chinese sights and scenes, among which the slaughtering of snakes in a wet market draws even a local crowd.

Being a city where the east and the west have integrated for a century, there're both Chinese traditions and festivals plus those from the west as well.

Select a sight from the options in the top scroll box above for specific sights or follow the links below for different categories. Check out the top 10 sights and top 5 things to do as well. And if you're visiting HK with your kids, check out this list of top attractions for family with children.



Above: a street market in Mongkok.

Top Attractions


Main Tourist Areas


A side street in Tsim Sha Tsui district.

The following are areas with a concentration of hotels and hence a tourist will most likely stay.

Kowloon


A walking trail on Hong Kong Island.
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