Hong Kong Attractions

This page covers more than 40 Hong Kong attractions, including a range of bays, islands, parks, museums, religious buildings, and landmarks. Hong Kong offers both nature and the efficiency of city life in China’s most-developed city. China Dragon Tours offer you the access point for our attraction descriptions and helpful information. Hong Kong Attractions include a list of top things to do and must-see attractions in Hong Kong. All attractions picked by our seasoned travel advisors and rated by our customers. 

Top Attractions in Hong Kong

Victoria Peak

You haven't seen the best of Hong Kong until you've taken in the skyline from Victoria Peak, more commonly known as The Peak. Standing at 552m, Victoria Peak is the highest point on Hong Kong Island. If the tourists traveling to Hong Kong only have one place to visit and take one picture, that would be the photo taken from the Victoria Peak - sweeping views of the metropolis, verdant woods, easy but spectacular walks – all reachable in just eight minutes from Central by Hong Kong’s 125-year-old.

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 Victoria Harbour

Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour is probably the most popular tourist area in the world. Until you get familiar with the area, it might seem like a maze to move around in. Much has been constructed and modernized in the last several years. The newly built attractions and facilities such as The revamped Avenue of Stars, The West Kowloon Cultural Centre and the ICC Tower and mall and The Star Ferry for scenic cross-harbor transportation really interest tourists and make the harbor area more ideal for combining shopping, recreation, cultural experiences, and education together for an enjoyable trip.

Hong Kong Disneyland

 located on Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland is the very first Disneyland to open in China and has always been a must-see because of its special attractions and the inimitable sense of Chinese culture. It all varies from fun amusement rides to electrifying parades, and you’re likely to see all your favourite Disneyland characters here. It all makes for the perfect day out for families – and make sure you stay for the dazzling fireworks! Enter a magical kingdom inspired by fairy-tale dreams and explore 7 lands filled with magic and Disney Characters located on Lantau Island in Hong Kong. 

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Ocean Park

Situated in Wong Chuk Hang and Nam Long Shan in the Southern District of Hong Kong, Ocean Park in Hong Kong, commonly known as Ocean Park, is a marine mammal park, oceanarium, animal theme park in Hong Kong. The Ocean Park is the second largest theme park in Hong Kong, after Hong Kong Disneyland, as well as the best marine education center, which makes it a must for families with children.

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Wong Tai Sin Temple

The Wong Tai Sin Temple is one of the newest in Hong Kong and also one of the most interesting. Located in Kowloon, the original temple was a private structure built in 1920. It was later replaced with a newer building in 1968, which is what visitors see today. Besides the Wong Tai Sin Temple, another two famous temples in the city are the Man Mo Temple and Po Lin Monastery.

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Hong Kong Attractions by Regions

Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and New Territories are three major regions in Hong Kong, covering 18 districts. Here below we listed the mostly visited sites in each region for your reference.

Hong Kong Island

Located in the heart of the city, HK Island is the center of economy, politics, entertainment and shopping. It takes about two days for visitors to see the main attractions on the island, such as Hong Kong Park, Aberdeen Fishing Village and Lan Kwai Fong, ect. The northern part of the island is the main commercial, shopping and entertainment area, starting from the Central District to Causeway Bay; the eastern part from Tin Hau to Chai Wan is residential area; and the southern part of the island is the recreational area, where visitors can enjoy the natural beauty of the sea shore and bays.

Kowloon Peninsula

Kowloon Peninsula, which links HK Island to Chinese mainland, offers you another view of Hong Kong. It’s encircled by the Victoria Harbour on the east, south and west sides. Just like HK Island, Kowloon is an indispensable part to form the prosperous downtown area. It takes one full day to experience its highlight sights, including Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok. The Star Ferry can be both inexpensive and romantic. For a fan of photography, riding on the ferry provides the optimum angle from which to snap fantastic views of the harbor.

The New Territories and Outlying Islands

The New Territories offer much cultural and natural interest. Ancient walled villages (Sha Tau Kok, Sheung Shui, Fanling, Yuen Long), wetlands teeming with birds and aquatic life (Yuen Long), temples (Tsuen Wan, Sha Tin, Fanling), a solid museum in Sha Tin. In the past, the New Territories was once fairly rural, undeveloped parts of the city, and there are still many areas where visitors can see villages that have remained unchanged for centuries. Notably, Sai Kung Peninsula has fabulous hiking trails, delicious seafood and attractive beaches. And, of course, there's the awe-inspiring Hong Kong Unesco Global Geopark. 

Top Sights in Hong Kong by Interest

You can also search the must-see attractions in Hong Kong according to themes and interests. Follow the local favorities you may discover the most native and anthentic ones while the kid-freindly ones are suggested for your family tours, streets and markets for shopping and roaming around, and art and culture theme to explore the Hong Kong culture.

Local Favorites


Besides the Ocean Park and Disneyland, the following sites in Hong Kong are also favored by children and suitable for family tours.

Beaches and Bays

Streets and Markets

Art and Culture

Local Recreational Activities

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