Victoria Peak is located in western Hong Kong Island, 554 m above sea level. It is the highest peak in Hong Kong and the best place to enjoy the night scene. By night fall, the brilliant view of Hong Kong and Kowloon from the Peak resembles two pearls inlaid in Victoria Harbour, adding to each other’s splendor under the glow of a thousand lights. The heart of Hong Kong, Central is full of high-rise buildings that highlight the prosperity of the island. Each year Victoria Peak attracts millions of tourists at by means of its unique geographical environment and social landscape, becoming a compulsory stop for tourists in Hong Kong.
3. Golden Bauhinia Square
The Golden Bauhinia Square was situated outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Cai, where the ceremonies for the handover of Hong Kong was held in July 1997. A large statue of a golden Bauhinia blakeana (Hong Kong's "national flower") stands right at the centre of the square and a flag-raising ceremony is held daily, at 8.00 am. As a Hong Kong landmark, Golden Bauhinia Square is frequently visited by domestic and foreign visitors. There is a 400 meter-long waterfront promenade that is great for walking and enjoying the view of Victoria Harbour.When rambling over the Avenue of Stars, you can also enjoy fabulous views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island Shore, visit the Film Development Milestone and appreciate the Hong Kong Film Awards Statue as well as the Bruce Lee Bronze Statue.
4. Avenue of Stars
4. Avenue of Stars
Beside the Golden Bauhinia Square, the Avenue of Stars is also a good place to watch the nightly multi-media light and music performance, known as The Symphony of Lights every night starting at 8.00 pm. Spectacular fireworks displays can also be seen on special occasions.
5. Tian Tan Buddha & Po Lin Monastery
6. Stanley Market & Murray House
7. Repulse Bay
Located in the south of Hong Kong Island, Repulse Bay's beach is a well-known and very popular place for swimming, sightseeing and other beach activities and has attracted many tourists especially in summer. Its coastline is winding and resembles a new moon with long and broad beach bed, soft sand and the smooth sea make Repulse Bay Beach one of the most beautiful of all Hong Kong’s beaches. In the eastern side of the beach, the Hong Kong Life Saving Society with the Chinese-style building decorated with a huge hovering and flying dragon on the top and also features a garden leading to the beach. The Zhenhai Tower Park, located along the beach, and has a rich, Chinese classical flavour. The statues of the Queen of Heaven and Kwan-yin stand just in front of the gate.
8. Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter
Kingdom Jumbo) anchored here. Three storeys high and elaborately decorated with swirling red and gold dragons and other traditional Chinese motifs, the experience is not to be missed. Neither, of course, is the delicious fresh seafood and the excellent Cantonese fare on offer.
9. Hong Kong Disneyland
Hong Kong Disneyland is located on Lantau Island near to the Hong Kong International Airport. It is a theme park assimilating the features of Disneyland Park in California and others. The theme park consists of four major themed areas, namely Main Street U.S.A., Adventureland, Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland, and each packed with thrills and spills to enthral tourists. Apart from these four areas, three further areas will be added by 2014, including Grizzly Trail, Mystic Point and Toy Story© Land. Each day, Hong Kong Disneyland has “Disney on Parade” and “Disney in Stars”, which is a fireworks show. At major festival seasons, like Chinese New Year, Halloween, Christmas and New Year, the park holds many special activities which attract hundreds of thousands of visitors either from domestic or international.
10. Hong Kong Wetland Park