Attractions

Hong Kong Island

Madame Tussauds
The world-famous attraction now features more than 100 incredible wax likenesses of stars, world leaders and sports heroes displayed in five totally interactive themed settings that are spread over three floors within the completely refurbished Peak Tower complex.

Lan Kwai Fong
When the lights go down, the "in crowd" heads for Lan Kwai Fong, a buzzing centre of clubs, bars and restaurants. This cheerful warren of Western-style restaurants, nightclubs, delicatessens and bars is a must for night owls and people watchers.

SoHo 
Stroll along nearby Hollywood Road and you'll soon discover Hong Kong's "SoHo", the area "South of Hollywood Road". It offers a wide range of upmarket international restaurants and bars along Staunton Street, Elgin Street and Shelley Street.

Happy Valley Racecourse
Attending a race meeting under the dazzling lights of the Happy Valley Racecourse is an opportunity to capture the essence and the vitality of Hong Kong Chinese culture.
Ocean Park
Ocean Park
Ocean Park, the 80-hectare (200-acre) park, situated on the southern side of Hong Kong Island, features thrill rides as well as amazing aquarium exhibits and performances by various sea creatures. A cable car system links the lowland and headland sections, offering spectacular views en route.
Stanley
A popular market town on the sunny south side of Hong Kong Island, Stanley's relaxed ambience, crisp sea environs and bargain buys have made it world famous.

Seven days a week the open market around Stanley New Street and Stanley Market Road throbs with the passing parade of life as bargain-hunters from all over the world join in the fun of haggling with shopkeepers and stallholders after swooping on brand-name clothing and accessories, or simply irresistible souvenirs, ornaments and other Oriental knick-knacks. The market is open from 10:30am to 6:30pm.

Murray House
Murray House situated at the Stanley seaside is a restored three-storey colonial building that was dismantled in 1982 from its original site in Central and then rebuilt in Stanley. It re-opened in 1999 and now house the Hong Kong Maritime Museum and a number of restaurants.




Kowloon

Ladies' Market
Ladies' Market is one of the most popular street markets in Hong Kong, a must-visit destination for fashion lovers with an eye for bargain-priced clothing, bags, accessories, toys, cosmetics and household knick-knacks. The stalls making up this enjoyable market can be found on Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok. It is open from noon until 11:30pm

Temple Street Night Market
Temple Street is an amazing sight, featuring rows of brightly lit stalls hawking an astonishing variety of inexpensive items for men and women ─ including clothing, pens, watches, CDs, cassettes, electronic gadgets, hardware and luggage. Fortune-tellers cluster at the Yau Ma Tei end of the street, as do Chinese opera enthusiasts seeking kindred spirits for impromptu performances. It is open from 4pm to midnight, but really comes alive after sunset.

Jade Market and Jade Street
Located on Kansu and Battery streets, the Jade Market is a collection of around 400 stalls selling a wide range of jade pendants, rings, bracelets, carvings and ornaments. Open from 10am to 5pm. Nearby is Jade Street, located on Canton Road between Kansu Street and Jordan Road, where shops operate from 10:30am to 2:30pm.
Avenue of Stars
The Avenue of Stars features commemorative plaques, handprints of movie celebrities, descriptive milestones, kiosks with movie memorabilia, a towering Hong Kong Film Awards statuette, and a life-size statue of the legendary kung-fu action star, Bruce Lee.
Avenue of Stars
A Symphony of Lights
"A Symphony of Lights" has been awarded the world's "Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show" by Guinness World Records. This nightly spectacle combines interactive lights of 44 key buildings on both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon with musical effects to showcase the vibrancy and glamorous night vista of Victoria Harbour.




New Territories
Sha Tin Racecourse
Sha Tin Racecourse
Opened in 1978, Sha Tin Racecourse has a capacity of about 83,000 spectators. It features the longest Diamond Vision screen measuring 70.4 metres wide by 8 metres high, equivalent to 4,500 52-cm television sets.
Hong Kong Wetland Park
The Hong Kong Wetland Park is a world-class ecotourism facility aimed.

It is home to a stunning array of wildlife including birds, dragonflies, amphibians, mammals, reptiles, butterflies and fish! The park includes a 10,000m² Visitor's Centre, a Wetland Interactive World and a 60-hectare Wetland Reserve.





Outlying Island

Hong Kong Disneyland
Hong Kong Disneyland invites visitors into the legendary fairytale kingdom that celebrates the spirit of fantasy, the world of tomorrow and a forever-young sense of adventure. Mickey Mouse will welcome you to the happiest place on Earth complete with attractions exclusively designed for Hong Kong.
Ngong Ping 360
The Ngong Ping 360 experience starts with a 25 minute cable car ride from Tung Chung to a culturally themed village high atop a mountain plateau on Lantau Island. It's here at the Ngong Ping Village, that your family can enjoy three great attractions - The Walking with Buddha , The Monkey's Tale Theatre and Ngong Ping Tea House, and a choice of shops and eateries, all on this picturesque 1.5-hectare site.
Ngong Ping 360