Hong Kong

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Hong Kong Island
8 reviews
From the summit, the view extends as far as the New Territories and the panorama is breathtakingly hypnotic at night, when the city blazes with neon lights. — Michelin Guide
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Tsim Sha Tsui
8 reviews
The kids will love exploring the different Hong Kong eras and identities, too. — Afar Magazine
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Kowloon
6 reviews
In addition to his healing powers, Wong Tai Sin is renowned for bestowing good luck on his followers. — Michelin Guide
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Kowloon
6 reviews
Chin Lin Nunnery is a haven of Zen-like simplicity and meditation. — Michelin Guide
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Central
4 reviews
Flagstaff House, located in Hong Kong Park, is the oldest colonial building in Hong Kong -- the best place to go if you want to see typical Hong Kong architecture of 165 years ago. — Frommer's
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Lantau Island
7 reviews
Climb to the top of the world's largest seated bronze Buddha.  — Atlas Obscura
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Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
7 reviews
The biggest attraction east of Causeway Bay for locals and visitors alike is this local legend, where millions of Hong Kong dollars make their way each year. — Fodor's
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Tsim Sha Tsui
7 reviews
You can’t say you’ve ‘done’ Hong Kong until you’ve taken a ride on a Star Ferry. — Lonely Planet
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Sheung Wan
5 reviews
Towards the northern end of Fu Shin St, the double-hall Man Mo Temple from the late 19th century is a centre of worship for the Tai Po area. — Lonely Planet
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Lantau Island
4 reviews
Fill up on cheap and cheerful vegetarian food at Po Lin Monastery’s onsite restaurant, where prices are low but portions are large. — Time Out
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Central
7 reviews
Arguably the most famous escalator in Asia (it made an appearance in The Dark Knight), this outdoor walkway system is also the world's longest. — Travel + Leisure
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New Territories
6 reviews
This quirky temple about 500m northwest of Sha Tin station is worth the uphill hike to visit. Built in the 1950s, the complex actually contains more than 10,000 Buddhas. — Lonely Planet
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Central
5 reviews
Shoppers in need of a break (or their companions in need of a break from fellow shoppers) might find respite in this museum near Stanley Market. — Frommer's
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Central
4 reviews
A welcome respite from the Central skyscrapers occupies the site of Victoria Barracks, a garrison; the buildings from 1842 and 1910 still stand. — Fodor's
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New Territories
4 reviews
The largest museum in the city, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum is also unique in its location situated beside the Shing Mun River. — Time Out
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Central
5 reviews
The island’s main settlement lies along the narrow strip of land connecting the headlands to the north and the south. — Lonely Planet
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Hong Kong Island
3 reviews
One of the most popular trails crosses the "rooftop" of Hong Kong Island. Take the Peak Tram from Central up to Victoria Peak, and tackle as much or as little of the range as you feel like. — Fodor's
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Hong Kong Island
7 reviews
If you're a kid or a kid at heart, you'll love Ocean Park, a combination marine park and amusement center. — Frommer's
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Jordan / Yau Ma Tei
5 reviews
The market sells fakes and high-quality stone alike and has an enjoyable, lively atmosphere. — Michelin Guide
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Jordan / Yau Ma Tei
4 reviews
Temple Street is a tourist-packed stretch in Kowloon that provides a unique and accessible microcosm of nightlife from a bygone era. — Condé Nast Traveler
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