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Map of top 10 attractions in Hong Kong
The typical top ten attractions are listed below. You can find the detailed locations of these places on the maps above.
- Ride the Star Ferry across the Victoria Harbour.
- Take the Peak Tram up 373 metres to the top of the Victoria Peak and enjoy one of the world's most spectacular cityscapes from the Sky Terrace in the Peak Tower. And by the way, you can visit the Madame Tussauds there too!
- Walk the Avenue of Stars in the Victoria Harbour to see the names of Hong Kong's movie icons (including Jackie Chang & Bruce Lee monument statue) while enjoying the Symphony of Lights free show and stunning views of the harbour towers.
- Shop while listening to the opera singers in the Temple Street night market bazaa.
- Take Ngong Ping 360 cable car to the Lantau island to visit the big Giant Tian Tan Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, Wisdom path, Tai O fisher Village.
- Enjoy the thrill rides and giant pandas in the Ocean Park Hong Kong.
- Enjoy the spectacular city skyline from the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade.
- Hunt for clothing bargains and practise your haggling skills in the Ladies' Street Market.
- Experience the magic, adventure and the world's favourite cast of Disney characters in the Hong Kong Disneyland.
- Visit the Hong Kong's best-kept secret - the islands. There are more than 260 to explore, with Lantau, Lamma, Peng Chau and Cheung Chau closest to the mainland. Ferries, including the famous Star Ferry, run from Central Pier 7.
Other interesting places worth visiting include:
- Visit the Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple.
- Clock Tower - a reminder of Hong Kong's colonial heritage.
- Relax in the Salt Spa in Tsim Sha Tsui's K11 Art Mall.
- Admire the nature in the Sai Kung National Geopark.
- visit the Hollywood Road and Upper Lascar Row (also known as 'Cat Street').
What are some interesting facts about Hong Kong?
With 11,000 restaurants, you could eat out three times a day for 10 years in Hong Kong and never eat at the same restaurant twice.
Feng Shui or Chinese geomancy plays a key role in shaping architecture, business and lifestyles in Hong Kong, so much so that the government had to compensate residents living around civil construction projects for disturbing their feng shui.
Hong Kong has the world's most affordable Michelin star rates dishes at less than USD2 per dish.
The longest bi-cable aerial ride in Asia is Ngong Ping 360. This 25-minute ride from Tung Chung offers stunning views of Lantau Island including the Ngong Ping Village, Giant Buddha, Po Lin Monastery and Wisdom Path.
'A Symphony of Lights' is recognised by Guinness World Records as as the world's 'Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show'.
Street food in Hong Kong is a unique culinary experience with stalls jutting out into pedestrian sidewalks offers skewers of cooked meat, offal, vegetables and cut fresh fruits. Mongkok is one of the most popular street food destinations with locals and visitors.
Hong Kong has more Rolls Royce's per person than any other city in the world.
Bruce Lee was the 1957 Hong Kong Cha Cha dancing champion.
When you are on Lantau Island, you defenitly have to visit the Tian Tan Buddha (or Big Buddha). This is the biggest sitting Buddha in the world. The buddha is 34 meters tall and can be spotted already from far away. The Tian Tan Buddha is one of the five large Buddha's in China and can be reached by climbing a large stairs.
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