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Ocean Park Hong Kong

Ocean Park Hong Kong

4.7/530,688 Reviews
Theme Park
Monday-Friday 10:00-19:00, Saturday-Sunday 10:00-21:00 (Local time)
Ocean Park Hong Kong is an animal theme park and amusement park. It has various attractions and rides, including four roller coasters, in addition to animal exhibits with different themes such as a giant panda habitat, a rainforest area, and polar displays. Ocean Park also features the world's largest aquarium dome. In addition to entertainment, Ocean Park engages in education, conservation, and advocacy. The park is known for its special events and celebrations during major holidays including Christmas, Lunar New Year, and Halloween. It is a popular and well-regarded attraction in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland

4.8/543,644 Reviews
Theme Park
Monday-Friday 10:30–20:00, Saturday-Sunday 10:30–20:15 (Local time)
The heritage of the Walt Disney Company is alive and well at Hong Kong Disneyland. Different from any other Disney property on the planet, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort prides itself on offering a diverse and culturally distinctive Disney experience for guests of all ages. The park is divided into several "lands" (themed areas). These include Adventureland, Grizzly Gulch, and Toy Story Land. Throughout the park there are countless restaurants and shops. Disney strives to have something for everyone and it is little wonder why this is one of the most popular attractions in Hong Kong.
Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak

4.5/511,439 Reviews
Observation Deck
The Peak Tram Lower Terminus: Monday-Sunday 7:00-24:00; The Peak Tower: Monday-Friday 10:00-23:00, Saturday-Sunday 8:00-23:00 (Local time)
Standing at 552 m, Victoria Peak is the highest hill on Hong Kong Island. From the summit area, you can enjoy a stunning panoramic view. The public walking paths around the peak offer excellent vantage points for photographing Victoria Harbor and the marvelous Hong Kong skyline. It's possible to reach Victoria Peak by bus or via the historic cable car. There are stores and restaurants located in the Peak Galleria. Visiting at sunset or at night is simply spectacular. There is arguably no better place from which to glimpse central Hong Kong.
Victoria Harbour

Victoria Harbour

4.5/54,541 Reviews
Port/Bay
Open all day (Local time)
Victoria Harbour is a natural landform harbor separating Hong Kong Island in the south from Kowloon on the mainland to the north. The harbor's deep, sheltered waters and strategic location on the South China Sea were instrumental in Hong Kong's establishment as a British colony and its subsequent development as a trading center. The harbor is a major tourist attraction. Lying in the middle of the territory's dense urban region, it is the site of annual fireworks displays and its promenades are used as gathering places for tourists and residents. The best place for pictures is the Kowloon side from where you can look across the harbor to Hong Kong Island.
Tsim Sha Tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui

4.6/56,219 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Tsim Sha Tsui is located at the southern tip of the Kowloon Peninsula. It abuts Victoria Harbour and lies just across the water from Hong Kong Island. Shopping is a major attraction in Tsim Sha Tsui with many luxury brands lining the streets. Attractions include Kowloon Park, the Hong Kong Culture Centre, the Hong Kong Space Museum, and the Hong Kong Museum of Art. The areas next to Victoria Harbour offer stunning views of Hong Kong Island and the central business district. Owing to its popularity and location, there is lots to see and do in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Central

Central

4.5/53,269 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Sky100 Observation Deck

Sky100 Observation Deck

4.6/51,553 Reviews
Observation Deck
Business hours: 10:00-21:00, the latest admission time: 20:30. (Monday-Sunday and public holidays, except for some special days) Ticketing time: 10:00-20:30 (Monday-Sunday and public holidays, except for some special days), night tickets: 18:00-20: 00. (Local time)
Sky100 is an observation deck located on the 100th floor of International Commerce Center (ICC). It offers a 360-degree bird's-eye view of Victoria Harbour, Kowloon Peninsula, and the beautiful skyline on Hong Kong Island. Visitors reach the observation deck using high-speed lifts, which travel from the 2/F entrance to the 100/F in 60 seconds. Sky100 contains several additional attractions including a Paris-style eatery called Café 100 on the west side of the observation deck. Tickets to Sky100 are available for purchase on the first floor of the ICC.
Lan Kwai Fong

Lan Kwai Fong

4.4/5822 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
14:00 - 6:00 (Local time)
Lan Kwai Fong is a popular location in Central featuring plenty of food and drink. It's known as a nightlife location frequented by Westerners and locals. Lan Kwai Fong as an area is bounded by D'Aguilar Street and the smaller lane, Lan Kwai Fong, an L-shaped, cobble-stoned lane. On major holidays, the streets turn into a giant, colorful carnival of music and merriment! If you're lucky, you may bump into a Hong Kong celebrity.
Lamma Island

Lamma Island

4.5/51,057 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Open all day (Local time)
From a traditional Chinese fishing village to a laid-back multicultural community, Lamma’s blend of Western and Chinese island life creates an atmosphere that has proved irresistible for Hong Kong’s busy residents. Many come as day-trippers; some stay for good. Turquoise coves and traditional fishing villages coexist with modern, environmentally friendly wind turbines. Lamma Island is a medley of hidden Hong Kong scenery. The numerous restaurants and shops are fun to explore, and Lamma Island has a great nighttime atmosphere. It's surely something you should add to your Hong Kong trip.
Causeway Bay

Causeway Bay

4.3/51,632 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Seashore
Open all day (Local time)
Causeway Bay is a heavily built-up area of Hong Kong Island, covering parts of Wan Chai District. The rent in the shopping areas of Causeway Bay often ranks among the world's most expensive, rivaling Fifth Avenue in New York City. Jam-packed with restaurants and shops, but also featuring Hong Kong’s main public library, as well as the territory's largest public park, there truly is something for everyone. Visit SOGO, Hong Kong’s largest Japanese-style department store or check out some local designers at Fashion Walk. It’s not just about clothes either; those looking for electronics or household items are sure to find their fix.