Monuments & tourist attractions
Peaks, parks and temples: discover Hong Kong's must-see monuments, landmarks and tourist attractions!
Five must-do visits
The highest hill on Hong Kong Island, Victoria Peak offers spectacular views over Victoria Harbour and the city's iconic skyline.
Tsim Sha Tsui
Tsim Sha Tsui, or TST, is an urban area in southern Kowloon which offers tourist attractions, shops, restaurants and impressive views of Victoria Harbour.
A popular shopping and residential area in the Kowloon, Mong Kok is one of the busiest districts in the entire world.
Tian Tan Buddha
Tian Tan Buddha is a 34-metre-tall, 250-ton bronze statue of Buddha located at the top of Ngong Ping, the highest part of Lantau Island.
Po Lin Monastery
Po Lin Monastery is the most important Buddhist monastery in Hong Kong. It is located in Ngong Ping, the highest part of Lantau Island.
Other places of interest
Located between Aberdeen town and Ap Lei Chau Island is Aberdeen Harbour, known for its impressive views and floating restaurants.
A fishing town on Lantau Island, Tai O has survived the passage of time and maintained its traditional look and feel.
Hong Kong Park
Hong Kong Park is an oasis of peace and tranquility in the heart of the city's busy financial district.
If you've still got time to spare...
Wong Tai Sin Temple
One of the best known and most popular temples in Hong Kong, Wong Tai Sin Temple is a Taoist shrine famed for answering prayers.
Hong Kong Museum of History
A museum showcasing Hong Kong's historical and cultural heritage from settlement 400 million years ago to the handover from Britain in 1997.
Opened in 1970 on the site of a former military fortress, Kowloon Park is a peaceful green space located in the Tsim Sha Tsui area.
Built on reclaimed land from a former typhoon shelter, Victoria Park's many attractions are spread across more than 19 hectares in Causeway Bay.