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Hong Kong is a city buzzing with activity! Go on a thrill-seeking trip to a theme park, gorge on yummy street food; or hunt for bargains at a street market—there’s always something to do here. To keep you from feeling overwhelmed, we’ve rounded up HK’S top attractions. Tick them off one by one as you kick-start your adventure!

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Hong Kong Disneyland


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Go on an exciting journey to “The Happiest Place on Earth” at Hong Kong Disneyland! Bring along the whole family and partake in various attractions that will delight the kid in everybody. Spin in the Mad Hatter Tea Cups of Fantasyland; play in Tarzan’s Treehouse at Adventureland; or, scream your heart out at the new Iron Man Experience in Tomorrowland! Walk around and you might just see some of your favorite Disney characters strolling alongside you!

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Ocean Park Hong Kong


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One of the largest theme parks in the city, Ocean Park Hong Kong is actually separated into two areas accessible via a cable car system. Adrenaline junkies should take advantage of the park’s exhilarating rides. Head straight to Thrill Mountain and get on the Hair Raiser—Hong Kong’s fastest (and only floorless!) roller coaster! There are also different animal shows and educational exhibits for people who aren’t too sold on the heart-pumping attractions. Of course, you must visit the various sanctuaries in the area. Get up close and personal with all sorts of land and sea creatures, including giant pandas, koalas, dolphins, jellyfish, and so much more!

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Victoria Peak (The Peak)


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Hop on the Peak Tram (the world’s steepest funicular railway) going to Hong Kong Island’s highest point! Victoria Peak provides a bird’s-eye view of the iconic Victoria Harbor and the majestic urban skyline. Head out during the day to marvel at the towering multi-colored skyscrapers. By night time, the scene transforms into a more dazzling one, with the building’s bright lights twinkling like the stars. Remember to check the weather before anything else; cloudy and rainy days mean a lot of fog!

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The Big Buddha


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Take a scenic cable car ride to Ngong Ping Village in Lantau Island and come face-to-face with the Big Buddha! Completed in 1993, the 34-meter bronze statue was built facing north to watch over the Chinese community. Join pilgrims and visitors from all over the world as you climb 268 steps to reach the Buddha. The landmark is also located near the Po Lin Monastery, an important Buddhist monastery in Hong Kong.

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Australia Dairy Company


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Follow the locals and have a Hong Kong-style breakfast at a cha chaan teng (茶餐廳, tea restaurant)! Australia Dairy Company is arguably the most famous one, pleasing customers with scrumptious buttered toast and the fluffiest scrambled eggs paired with coffee or tea. Save some room for dessert—their steamed milk comes highly recommended! Cha chaan tengs are known for their brusque service and fast-paced atmosphere. Drop by early to secure a seat, and prepare to order, eat, and go!

  • +852 2730 1356
  • 47 Parkes Street, Jordan, Hong Kong, China

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Kam's Roast Goose


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Goose is another quintessential Hong Kong dish that falls under our must-try list, and Kam’s Roast Goose is the best place to have a decadent plate! Savor juicy, tender meat served with the one Michelin-starred restaurant’s signature plum sauce. Other delicious staples include the Roast Suckling Pig, Soya Chicken, and Crispy Roast Pork. Kam’s Roast Goose attracts long queues all throughout the day; prepare for a bit of a wait, we guarantee that it’ll be worth it!

  • +852 2520 1110
  • Ground Floor, Po Wah Commercial Centre, 226 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, China
    香港灣仔軒尼詩道226號, 寶華商業中心地下

  • http://www.krg.com.hk
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Man Mo Temple


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Situated at Hollywood Road in Sheung Wan, the Man Mo Temple pays homage to the God of Literature (Man) and the God of War (Mo). Bask in the glory of one of the oldest temples in the city, which also happens to be a declared monument! As soon as you set foot inside, you’ll instantly get a whiff of burning incense. Embrace the peace and quiet, and observe locals practicing their faith.

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Stanley Market


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Stanley Market is a traditional open-air bazaar that boasts a plethora of affordable goodies and trinkets! Peruse shops hawking silk garments, paintings, and accessories—just to name a few. You'll definitely find something for everyone back home! Once you're done, go straight to any of the nearby dai pai dongs (open-air food stalls) to have your fill of local Cantonese cooking!

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Temple Street Night Market


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Shop for souvenirs and random bric-a-brac at the Temple Street Night Market! Brush up on your haggling skills to get the most out of your HKD, as bargaining is expected and very much welcome here. Scour the bustling thoroughfare where you’ll also encounter impressive street performers and fortune tellers! In case you get hungry, there are food stalls whipping up a smorgasbord of mouth-watering street food, so dig right in!

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