The Victoria PeakDo you want a taste of that iconic skyline? The Victoria Peak is the city’s most beautiful and popular viewpoint, making it something that should definitely be on your to-do list. The 552-metre-high peak is located on the Hong Kong island. The area doesn’t only offer the iconic view but also provides opportunities for walks in stunning nature. You can reach the Victoria peak within eight minutes from the central district with the 125-year-old Peak Tram, which is a highlight itself as well.
Popular neighbourhoodsKowloon is one of the most popular neighbourhoods for tourists as it contains many of the city highlights. Here, you will find the Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade; Hong Kong’s top harbour. You will also come along the Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple and the Temple Street Night Market. Other neighbourhoods are Lantau, where you’ll encounter the Big Buddha, and Sha Tau Kok home to a 400-years-old village called Lai Chi Wo.
Culture and shoppingThough many Chinese municipalities have a commercial top layer, many have something to discover underneath. And so does Hong Kong, as you’ll encounter cosy music or film festivals just a bit outside the city centre or stroll along a show of opera. You might even find yourself enjoying a night of karaoke in a bar. In terms of shopping, you’ll find all the big chains in malls of shopping streets, but for real Chinese souvenirs you should visit several markets.
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