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Top 10 Sightseeing

Hong Kong Disneyland

Discover the themed lands of Hong Kong Disneyland and enjoy the high-quality rides, meet your favorite characters, and watch amazing Broadway-style shows.

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Ocean Park Hong Kong is a marine-life theme park featuring animal exhibits, thrill rides and shows...

Sha Tin Racecourse

Horse racing is one of the city’s popular activities which is held at the world-class racecourse in Happy Valley or Shatin from September to July of the following year.

Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

Located at the former Kai Tak Airport runway, this sparkling facility is one of the world’s foremost cruise terminals.

Hong Kong Cultural Centre

With extraordinary facade, Hong Kong Cultural Centre is an international cultural venue providing both Western and Eastern classic performing arts to the public.

Clock Tower

Standing 44-metres tall, the old Clock Tower was erected in 1915 as part of the Kowloon–Canton Railway terminus. The once-bustling station is long gone, but this red brick and granite tower, now preserved as a Declared Monument, survives as an ele...

Cattle Depot Artist Village

The Cattle Depot Artist Village is a century-old slaughterhouse deep in the entrails of Kowloon that has been reincarnated into an artists’ village that houses many studios and exhibition halls.

Hoi Sham Park

There was a Hoi Sham Temple on the former site of Hoi Sham Park. The Park was surrounded by jagged rocks, among which the Fishtail Rock resembles amazingly a fish’s tail. The Fishtail Rock and most of the other jagged rocks have been retained in t...

Tin Hau Temple, To Kwa Wan

The Tin Hau Temple, To Kwa Wan nearby of iclub Ma Tau Wai Hotel, is one of the Tin Hau Temples in Hong Kong. The temple was built in 1885 by Hakka people. Located in Ha Heung Road, the worshipers are mainly the neighboring residences.

Ko Shan Theatre

Opened in 1983, Ko Shan Theatre is a popular venue for Cantonese opera performances. The Ko Shan Theatre New Wing comprises a 600-seat auditorium, an exhibition gallery and an array of rehearsal facilities, making it an excellent venue to showcase...