Victoria Harbor is one of the busiest harbours in the world, from where you can enjoy the pretty harbor view and skyscrapers along it, as well as Avenue of Stars, Star Ferry, Symphony of Lights and shop in the nearby Harbour City or the stores of international brands in TST.
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Similar to the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the U.S., Avenue of Stars is a 440m long promenade with over 100 plagues of celebrities, opera-stars, scriptwriters and directors of Hong Kong movies and a permanent public monument to honor the Hong Kong entertainment industry.
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It is the world’s largest permanent light and sound show of Guinness World Records which involves over 40 skyscrapers along Victoria Harbour Hong Kong on both sides of Hong Kong (Kowloon side and Hong Kong Island side).
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The Clock Tower is close to the Star Ferry Pier of Tsim Sha Tsui along the Victoria Harbor. It was part of Kowloon-Canton Railway terminus where is occupied by the Hong Kong Cultural Center and nowadays a famous landmark and most popular photographing site in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong offers many options of Harbour Tour on Victoria Harbour which is an special experience that you should not miss in your Hong Kong stay. It’s one of the best ways to enjoy the Hong Kong skylines along the harbour.
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Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Center and is the highest indoor observation deck in Hong Kong, from where you can enjoy a stunning panorama view of Victoria Harbor and Kowloon Peninsula.
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The Peak or Victoria Peak is the most popular attraction in Hong Kong. It is the highest point on Hong Kong Island and you can have great opportunity to enjoy the spectacular skylines of Hong Kong. Don’t forget to take the historic funicular – Peak Tram uphill.
If you come to visit Hong Kong, you definitely should experience the famous horse racing. Hong Kong has two horse racecourses: Sha Tin and Happy Valley which are very convenient to reach by MTR. The entrance fee for watching horse racing is only HK$ 10.
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Although there are many ways to get on Lantau Island, Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car is undoubtedly the best way since you can enjoy an amazing overview of Lantau Island as well as the Hong Kong International Airport. Besides, if you are brave enough, don’t forget to try the crystal cabin.
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Big Buddha or called Giant Buddha is the largest outdoor sitting Buddha in the world which is 34-meters high and weighs 250 metric tons. Situated on Lantau Island and surrounded by 6 smaller buddhas, it is very unique to face north while usually Buddha statues face south.
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Lan Kwai Fong, located in Central area, is considered to be Hong Kong’s premier bar and nightlife district. With more than 100 different bars, pubs, restaurants and clubs, Lan Kwai Fong offers a wide variety of fun, festivals, parties and entertainment.
Repulse Bay is famous for the wide beach and is a resort-like to enjoy a day-off. It is also known as one of the most expensive residential districts. The crescent-shaped stretch of sand is a great place to take a stroll in the morning or enjoy a glass of beer under the sunset.
The Star Ferry Company Ltd. operates their harbor crossing service since 1880 and National Geographic named the Ferry crossing as one of the 50 places of a lifetime to visit. The Star Ferry fleet consists currently of 8 double-deck ferries which operate on 2 different routes.
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It is operated by Hong Kong Tramways Ltd. since 1904. There is no better way to experience the flair of Hong Kong Island with its crowded streets, skyscrapers and big Chinese road signs than that. Believe us, you won’t regret it. Taking these trams will make you a real Hong Kongnese.