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Welcome to Hong Kong

One of the world’s busiest and most populated cities, Hong Kong is best-known for its stunning skyline with over 1,200 skyscrapers and its “East meets West” cultural mix. With architecture and interior design influenced by feng shui and modern technology, this city is truly unique.

What Travelers Love About Hong Kong

  • Shopping

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  • Food

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  • Disneyland

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  • Luxury Brand Shopping

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Best places to see in Hong Kong

Mid-levels Escalator and Walkway System
Popular Areas
Up, down, side to side... No, this isn't an obscure dance craze you missed out on. Necessity gave rise to a network of elevators spanning nearly 2,600 feet of hilly landscape. Escalators are broken into sections (rather than one continuous stretch) with 14 entrances and exits. Grab your camera and drift past busy streets, apartments and the verdant cityscape.
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Ocean Park
Attractions
Who doesn’t love swimming with dolphins? Enroll in a Dolphin Encounter then swim into the blue with a trained instructor. If you prefer your marine encounters at a safe distance, rally your troops and make a beeline for the Grand Aquarium. Stand beneath the world’s largest dome and watch a happy Pacific Walrus float on by with 4,000 of his fishy friends.
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Hong Kong Disneyland
Attractions
Did you know Hong Kong has its own magic kingdom? See all your childhood friends at the world’s most famous theme park chain on Lantau Island. Romp around in Tarzan’s tree house at Adventureland, hunt for bears in Grizzly Gulch, or learn the enchanting art of waving with the help of Cinderella and Snow White at the Princess Academy.
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Victoria Harbour
Landmarks
There’s no other way to cut it – Hong Kong is BIG with a capital B. On the Kowloon side, propel yourself into space at the Hong Kong Space Museum, ponder two thousand years of Chinese imperial art in the Hong Kong Museum of Art, or brush shoulders with Bruce Lee’s statue on the Avenue of Stars. At 8 pm every night, the Symphony of Lights ignites the sky.
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Temple Street Night Market
Shopping Areas
Temple Street overloads the senses. Bump shoulders with salesmen hawking electronics, men’s clothing, shoes, watches – and the occasional designer knock-off. Before you realize you’ve bought a "Guggi" handbag, you’ll notice opera singers perfecting their pitch, street vendors frying up unidentified crustaceans, and even fortune-tellers working their magic.
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Ladies' Market
Shopping Areas
Modern ladies have modern needs. Whether it’s an armory of accessories, lipstick in shades of blush and bashful, or "unmentionables," this market will have you covered – literally! Along this half-mile stretch, you’ll find clothes, shoes and accessories galore. The best part? The street closes to traffic from 4 pm to midnight every day except Sunday.
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What travelers love about Hong Kong

Shopping
Recommended by 47,381 travelers
Food
Recommended by 31,290 travelers
Sightseeing
Recommended by 21,031 travelers

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