Hong Kong

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Hong Kong - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Stanley

    Southside | Town/Village

    This peninsula town lies south of Deep Water and Repulse bays. There's great shopping in the popular Stanley Market, full of casual clothes...Read More

  • 2. Aberdeen

    Southside | Town/Village

    Aberdeen's harbor contains about 3,000 junks and sampans, and each might be home to multiple generations of one family. During the Tin Hau Festival...Read More

  • 3. Ap Lei Chau Island

    Southside | Island

    A bridge connects Aberdeen with Ap Lei Chau Island (Duck's Tongue Island), where you'll find popular shopping malls like designer-packed Horizon...Read More

  • 4. Deep Water Bay

    Southside | Beach

    Just east of Ocean Park is this lovely beach that's often overlooked by tourists, though weekends can get a bit more crowded. It's a good place...Read More

  • 5. Ocean Park

    Southside | Amusement Park/Water Park

    Most Hong Kongers have fond childhood memories of this aquatic theme park. It was built by the omnipresent Hong Kong Jockey Club on 170 hilly...Read More

  • 6. Repulse Bay

    Southside | Neighborhood/Street

    The beach in this tranquil neighborhood is large and wide, but be warned: it's the first stop for most visitors to Southside. Two huge statues...Read More

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  • 7. Shek O

    Southside | Town/Village

    The seaside locale is Southside's easternmost village. Every shop sells the same inflatable beach toys—the bigger the better, it seems. Cut...Read More

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