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Sightseeing in Hong Kong

Monument / Landmark
“Take the scenic cable car ride to the world's largest Outdoor Bronze Buddha statue. Awesome. ”
46 locals recommend
General Travel
“Escalator collecting Central MTR station to Mid Level area. Passby Tai Kwun and Soho area.”
17 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“From here, you can walk towards the harbour area for the best views of the Hong Kong island skyline. Best to go here 8pm for the Lights Show. ”
9 locals recommend
Historic Site
“(中文:藍屋建築群由藍屋、黃屋及橙屋這三幢特色歷史建築組成,是來香港必到之地。您還可以到黃屋內的「香港故事館」參觀,認識香港獨有的建築特色。)The Blue House cluster – three 20th century shophouse blocks in Wan Chai – was given the Award of Excellence, the highest level in four categories, in this year’s Unesco Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation. In harmonious style with the neighbouring Green House, Yellow Street and Orange House, the Blue House was painted in sheer briliant blue.”
11 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Don't take the tram up. Waste of time/money. Just hike up (via morning trail, old peak road, or Pok Fu Lam reservoir). Else take a cab up which sets you back max 100 HKD. But you avoid a queue of over an hour for a boring ride up.”
6 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“The Peak is a must see in HK. One of the best way to enjoy it is to walk along the morning trail. (Don't look for the top of the mount there won't be anything to see except antennas).”
16 locals recommend
Historic Site
“For any surf/ waves when it's a little stormy. Small beach, can get crowded though. Right next to Shek O.”
7 locals recommend
Temple
“Famous Temple of Wong Tai Sin, some people travel half the globe getting there to pray for good luck and health. ”
6 locals recommend
Temple
“Contains markets aimed at the local demographic. Experience the local lives and enjoy great food here!”
7 locals recommend
Temple
“It's connected by a cable car rail from Tung Chung Town. The 20 mins Cable Car ride offer great views to the greeny mountains. ”
3 locals recommend
History Museum
“This is a 200 years old walled village and transform to a good museum. You may enjoy to know one of local culture here. It's free and the open hour is 10:00am-6:00pm.”
2 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Serves organic vegetarian and vegan food. Reimagined the Old Tai Po Police Station, a Grade 1 listed historic building built in 1899, to demonstrate how we can live sustainably while at the same time respecting nature and respecting each other.”
1 local recommends
Temple
“The compact Man Mo temple was built in 1891 as a place of devotion for Man, the god of literature, and Mo – the god of war. There are other temples under this name throughout China and even one on Hong Kong Island. Huge incense coils hang from the temple's ceiling that burn up to three weeks nonstop, leaving a heady scent and an exotic atmosphere. Devotees burn paper houses, servants, cars and other luxuries for their relatives who have passed away (in the belief that the items can be used by them in the next life.) Many elderly people use the temple grounds as a socializing venue and play mahjong while others while away the afternoon in conversation.”
1 local recommends
Historic Site
1 local recommends
Temple
“It is the most famous Taoist temples. Additionally, it is the only temple that offers facilities for wedding ceremonies. A minibus can take you there in 10 minutes. ”
1 local recommends