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. Victoria Peak and the Victoria Peak Tram

    Central | Neighborhood/Street

    As you step off the Victoria Peak Tram, you might be surprised to encounter two shopping arcades crowning Hong Kong's most prized mountaintop...Read More

  • 2. Avenue of Stars

    Tsim Sha Tsui | Neighborhood/Street

    You have to look down to appreciate the city's walk of fame. Countless local film stars have pawed the wet concrete—you may not recognize many...Read More

  • 3. Fa Yuen Street

    Mong Kok | Neighborhood/Street

    Parallel to Tung Choi Street Ladies' Market, this street is sneaker central, lined with shoe shops selling some brands you know and lots more...Read More

  • 4. Hollywood Road

    Western | Neighborhood/Street

    Hong Kong's best antiques shops and classical-art galleries are on this street, named for the holly trees that once grew here. The western end...Read More

  • 5. Johnston Road

    Wan Chai | Neighborhood/Street

    Trams clatter along this busy road, which is choked with traffic day and night. It's also packed with shops selling food, cell phones, herbal...Read More

  • 6. Lan Kwai Fong

    Central | Neighborhood/Street

    In Hong Kong the word "nightlife" is synonymous with LKF, a few narrow lanes filled with bars and clubs uphill from the intersection of Queen...Read More

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  • 7. Possession Street

    Western | Neighborhood/Street

    A sign here marks where Captain Charles Elliott stepped ashore in 1841 to claim Hong Kong for the British empire. This was once the waterfront...Read More

  • 8. Queen's Road

    Central | Neighborhood/Street

    Hong Kong's answer to New York's 5th Avenue and London's King's Road are the first few blocks of Chater Road, Des Voeux Road Central, and Queen...Read More

  • 9. 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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  • 10. Shanghai Street

    Yau Ma Tei | Neighborhood/Street

    Traditional trades are plied along this street. There are blocks dominated by tailors or shops selling Chinese cookware or everything you need...Read More

  • 11. SoHo

    Central | Neighborhood/Street

    The area south of Hollywood Road—hence the name—is the epicenter of Hong Kong's latest gastro revolution. The bars here are a chiller alternative...Read More

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  • 12. Tai Ping Shan

    Western | Neighborhood/Street

    The maze of streets west of Man Mo Temple is known as Tai Ping Shan (the Chinese name for Victoria Peak, which towers above it). It's a sleepy...Read More

  • 13. Temple Street

    Yau Ma Tei | Neighborhood/Street

    In the heart of Yau Ma Tei, Temple Street is home to Hong Kong's biggest night market. Stalls selling kitsch of all kinds set up in the late...Read More

  • 14. Wing Lee Street

    Western | Neighborhood/Street

    Just minutes away from Man Mo Temple, Wing Lee Street is one of the city's last thoroughfares where every building features 1950s-era "tong...Read More

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