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Hong Kong is located in the southeast of China and people visit Hong Kong for a variety of reasons which are mainly to see the skyscrapers, museums, shopping malls, and more. But there are fun things to do in Hong Kong that will keep you busy for a few days.

There is plenty to do from the amazing views from Victoria Peak to the Symphony of the Stars light show from the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade. Also, Hong Kong is well known for its wonderful street food and local night market.

In this post, we will go through things to do in Hong Kong. Let’s get started!

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Things To Do In Hong Kong

Hong Kong was a good selection of activities from visiting the local night markets, and restaurants, and visiting Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade. Plus there is also a good range of shopping and street food in Hong Kong.

Here are some fun things to do in Hong Kong.

Visit The Highest Peak

The Peak is the highest peak in Hong Kong. From this spot, visitors can see the scenery of Hong Kong and the amazing panoramic views of Victoria Harbour. The evening is a good time to see the sparkling skyscrapers in Hong Kong.

Peak Tram to Victoria Peak Hong Kong

The Peak is also famous as an elite location in Hong Kong since colonial times. So, it can be a good idea if you want to see Hong Kong city from its peak. The historic Peak Tram runs continuously from 7 am until midnight and gives passengers plenty of time to see all the views of the city.

You can book the tram in advance online as this will get on the tram with minimal queuing but still, there is some. Especially usefully if you have trouble standing in a queue for a long time. Tickets to get it’s only HK$65 for a return ticket.

Visit Disneyland

Disneyland is located on Lantau Island. Everybody is quite familiar with Disney. You can meet Disney Princesses, Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and Pluto. During the New Year, it can get really crowded.

Disney in Hong Kong

At Disneyland in Hong Kong, there are 7 lands which are Adventureland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, and Main Street, USA. At these lands, you can meet Disney characters like Mickey Mouse and Goofy.

Explore Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, part of the chain of wax museums founded by Marie Tussaud. And is located at the Peak Tower on Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. You can see wax figures of politicians, sports icons, Hollywood stars, and so on.

Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong

You can take photos or selfies with wax figure celebrities. The entrance fee prices range from HK$120 up to HK$440. This can depend if you pay online which is cheaper and if it’s a combo package.

Use The Star Ferry

Since 1888, the Star Ferry has been providing transport by boat from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon. Today, the Star Ferry vessels continue to operate and are a top tourist attraction. It is a cheap and convenient way to cross between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island.

Star Ferry in Hong Kong

The crossing takes about 10 mins. The Star Ferry can be boarded at the Central terminal going to Tsim Sha Tsui terminal. If you time it right that at 8 pm every day, you can see the light show from the ferry.

See The Big Buddha

Tian Tan Buddha is also known as Big Buddha. It is easily accessible by the MTR or by cable cars that would also offer a get view. The site is of religious and spiritual importance.

Big Buddha in Hong Kong

There are food kiosks there as well. There are over 260 steps up to the Buddha before reaching the statue. And there is a monastery nearby that you should also visit.

Explore The Local Markets

There are markets around Hong Kong like the Nathan street market or the lady’s market on Tung Choi Street. There all have over 100 stores that sell accessories, clothing, souvenirs, and other items.

So, for any visitor to Hong Kong, the local markets are always worth a visit, especially for the food.

Local Market in Hong Kong

Sky100 Observation Deck

TheSky100 has become a popular place to see the scenery of Hong Kong. It has a height of 393 meters above sea level, Sky100 Observation Deck is located on the 100th floor of the ICC building.

But, you do not need to be afraid of heights because the concept offered is to see Hong Kong from inside space.

Sky100 in Hong Kong

Enjoy Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade

This is stretch of waterfront a great place where you can sit and look over the Victoria harbor and see the fabulous HK skyline. It is good during the day but even better at night particularly if you watch the light and music show.

Skyline night lights

The starts at 8 pm every day and lasts 10 mins. The location is often used as the background of Hong Kong movies. You will find a good range of attractions in the area such as the Star Ferry and the historic Clock Tower. Along with the Avenue of Stars.

Wrapping Up

Finally, Hong Kong has something for everyone, even those on a budget. You will not be bored when exploring the island as you can see there is a good variety of things to do in Hong Kong and this is only a shortlist. Like any trip, you’ll get the most out of it by learning all you can before you arrive.

And that’s it for now! I’d love it if this post on things to do in Hong Kong was helpful to you. Let me know if you have any questions and let me know if there is more to add.

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