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There is so much to see and do when visiting Hong Kong, here are some of our choices for the top things to do in Hong Kong.

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Best things to do in Hong Kong

Top 10 things to do in Hong Kong


Get the perfect view along with some great attractions, read our blog on The Peak to find out more. If you enjoyed your hike up to the Peak, why not hike Lion Rock in Hong Kong for breathtaking views and a different viewpoint of the city from Devil’s Peak.


Open 10 am – 5.30 pm and located on Lantau Island. Catch the Tung Chung MTR or the ferry from Outlying Islands Pier. On top of a hill above a monastery stands the Tian Tan Buddha. Climb the 260 steps for a closer look at this massive Buddha and then head left of the Buddha to visit the Lantau Tea Garden.

Top 10 things to do in Hong Kong


Open 10 am – 9 pm with 1-day tickets costing HK $539. Trains run from Sunday Bay Station to Hong Kong Disneyland Resort every few minutes throughout the day. The resort is a 30-minute train ride from MTR Kowloon Station as well as MTR Hong Kong Station and the International Airport. For a little touch of Disney magic, head to Disneyland Hong Kong for some fun and excitement. There is something for everyone here and the park is generally a lot less crowded than its American counterparts.


Open 10am – 7pm with silver passes available at HK $740 and gold passes costing HK $960. The Citybus Route 629 runs from Admiralty MTR Station or Central (Star Ferry), with bus fares costing HK $10.60. An express route is available to and from Causeway Bay – route 629A. Full of animals, fish and rides, Ocean Park is a fun way to spend a day having some fun and relaxing. Great for families and the young at heart.

There are so many cool places in Hong Kong and this is one of our favourites.

Top 10 things to do in Hong Kong


Open 7 am to 5.50 pm with free entrance, Wong Tai Sin Temple is just a few minute’s walk away from MTR Wong Tai Sin Station, exit B2. Commemorating the famous Monk of Yore, the Wong Tai Sin Temple is a beautifully decorated and detailed religious centre, worth a visit whilst in Hong Kong.


Head to Tsim Shai Tsui exit E to visit the Promenade. Here you will find the Clock Tower, Cultural Centre, Space Museum and Avenue of Stars along with some great restaurants and bars.

Top 10 things to do in Hong Kong


Running from 6pm – 11pm, you can get to the market from MTR Yau Ma Tei Station – exit C or MTR Jordan Station – exit A. Numerous sellers offer everything from souvenirs to watches, antiques to tea ware; head to the market to try some Hong Kong street food and enjoy the hustle and bustle of a night market.


A beautiful park in an urban landscape, Hong Kong Park is a great place to explore, relax and take some time out of the hustle and bustle of the city. The park includes a greenhouse, a museum of Tea Ware, the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, an array of fountains and lily ponds as well as a waterfall, playgrounds and even a marriage registry. Head to the MTR Admiralty Station, exit C1 and follow the signs to Hong Kong Park up the escalator.


Open from 10 am – 5 pm and with no entrance fee, take exit B at Sha Tin Station, pass the traditional houses, and take a left onto Pai Tau Street then a right onto Sheung Wo Che Street. The 10 Thousand Buddhas Monastery is a unique temple with over 10,000 Buddhas within its complex – hence the name.


Open 8 am to 6 pm with free admission, catch the 26 bus to get to the Man Mo Temple. This is one of Hong Kong’s oldest temples and much quieter and smaller than other Hong Kong temples; making it my favourite authentic temple in Hong Kong.


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Sunday 19th of July 2020

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