The Best of Hong Kong Inc. Shopping Malls & Markets, Things to do, Attractions, Outlet stores, and much more

MegaBox Kowloon Bay

MegaBox is the largest shopping centre in Eastern Kowloon featuring over 19 floors offering fashion, homewares, entertainment, and dining. Major tenants here are AEON (department store and supermarket), GigaSports, Giormani Flagship Store, H&M, Home 21, IKEA,...

Florentia Village – Designer Brand Outlet

Florentia Village, located in Kwai Chung district, is a Luxury Designer Outlet featuring an array of global luxury brands. You may know the name Florentia Village as they have created mega shopping areas in China...

Olympian City

Olympian City is located in West Kowloon featuring over 250 stores spread across its three buildings. Olympian City 1, 2, and 3 are all positioned around MTR Olympic Station. Olympian City 1 Located at exit...

Cat Street – Upper Lascar Row Hong Kong

Dating back to 1843, “Cat Street” on Lascar Row in Sheung Wan was originally an Indian community and later became a place where burglars and pirates would offload antiques and other goods. Moving forward to...

The Whampoa

The Whampoa is one of the largest shopping/lifestyle destinations in the area, covering at my estimate 9 city blocks, and reportedly 1.4 million square feet. There are over 300 stores here. The Whampoa is...

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong (香港杜莎夫人蠟像館) is the famous wax museum founded by Marie Tussaud of France. Featuring near to 100 celebrities in its ten sections. It is located on The Peak which is serviced...

The New Avenue of Stars

Avenue of Stars (CN: 星光大道) is Hong Kong’s very own Hollywood Walk of Fame introducing the city’s rich film making heritage and it’s global movie stars. Located on the waterfront at Victoria Harbour in...

Ani-Com Park@Harbour”FUN”

Ani-Com Park@Harbour”FUN” (香港動漫海濱樂園) is located at Golden Bahunia Square featuring sculptures of local ani-com (Hong Kong animation and comics) characters. The statues reflect on Hong Kong life and offer a fun place for selfies...

Golden Bauhinia Square

Golden Bauhinia Square (CN: 金紫荊廣場) is a public square featuring a Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture at its center. The square is located near to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The sculpture was...

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Ocean Park Hong Kong (CN: 香港海洋公園) is several parks in one being an oceanarium, marine mammal park, animal theme park and amusement park all in one. It is a major attraction in Hong Kong and people usually spend...

Noah’s Ark Hong Kong

Noah’s Ark Hong Kong is a full-size replica of the fabled Noah’s Ark located right in Hong Kong on Ma Wan Island. Not only an iconic landmark the park offers visitors an eco-experience and nature-based...

Hong Kong Observation Wheel

Hong Kong Observation Wheel is located on the Central Harbourfront offering iconic views from its 42 luxury gondolas. The wheel height is 60 meters allowing for really special views over the harbour and of...

Ocean Terminal Deck

Ocean Terminal Deck is located in Harbour City located in Tsim Sha Tsui on the Victoria Harbour. You will probably know Harbour City as it is one of the cities major shopping malls. The rooftop...

sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck (CN: 天際100) is located on the 100th floor, at 393 m above sea level, of the International Commerce Centre (ICC). The ICC is Hong Kong’s tallest skyscraper and the...

Star Ferry Hong Kong – Routes, Fares and Tour Options

Operating since 1888, The Star Ferry has operated essentially non-stop ever since carrying passengers between Honk Kong Island and Kowloon. It is, IMHO, the essential Hong Kong experience, heading to Victoria Harbour, pay your...

Hong Kong Park

Hong Kong Park (香港公園) is located in Central on Hong Kong Island and was opened in 1991. Set amongst the modern highrises and skyscrapers the park covers 80,000 m2. Features of Hong Kong Park...

Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens

The Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens (CN: 香港動植物公園) was founded in 1864 and opened in 1871 making it the oldest park in Hong Kong and one of the oldest in the world. Features...

The Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery

The Big Buddha, or Tian Tan Buddha (CN: 天壇大佛), is a giant bronze statue of Buddha located beside Po Lin Monastery (寶蓮禪寺) on Lantau Island near to Nong Ping 360 and Hong Kong International...

Hau Wong Temple

Hau Wong Temple (CN: 九龍城聯合道侯王廟) in Kowloon City was built in 1730 dedicated to Yeung Leung-jit (楊亮節), a loyal and courageous general during the Southern Song Dynasty. There are several Hau Wong Temples in Hong Kong with...

Che Kung Temple at Sha Tin

Che Kung Temples (CN: 車公廟) are dedicated to Che Kung, who was a general during the Southern Song Dynasty (1127–1279) in ancient China. He is believed by some worshipers to have been involved in the attempt to...

Che Kung Temple – Ho Chung

Che Kung Temples (CN: 車公廟) are dedicated to Che Kung, who was a general during the Southern Song Dynasty (1127–1279) in ancient China. He is believed by some worshipers to have been involved in the attempt to...

Ching Chung Koon

Ching Chung Koon temple (CN: 青松觀), or Green Pine Monastery, is a beautiful Taoist temple located in Tuen Mun. The temple, dedicated to Lu Sun Young, was built in 1949 and is still a functioning Taoist centre...

Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden

Chi Lin Nunnery (CN: 志蓮淨苑) is a retreat for Buddhist nuns founded in 1934. It is a popular attraction in Hong Kong for its peaceful setting, architecture that is modeled on ancient Tang Dynasty style, landscaping,...

Hung Shing Temple at Kau Sai Chau Island

The Hung Sing Temple on Kau Sai Chau was believed to have been built in 1889 and is a declared monument. Hung Shing Temples (CN: 洪聖廟) are dedicated to a former official of the Tang Dynasty era...

Kwan Kung Pavilion

Kwan Kung Pavilion (CN: 關公忠義亭) is located on the island of Cheung Chau and is home to an eight-foot statue of Kwan Kung, the Han dynasty (206 BC to 220 AD) god of war...

Lung Mo Temple

Lung Mo Temple (龍母廟)  or Dragon Mother Temple, was built around 40 years ago and is located on the island of Peng Chau. Wikipedia Says Legend Longmu’s historic name was Wen Shi (溫氏). She...

Man Mo Temple

The largest Man Mo Temple (文武廟) in Hong Kong is located in Sheung Wan on Hollywood Road, other temples can be found at Tai Po and Lantau. The temple is a place of worship...

Pak Tai Temple at Cheung Chau

Pak Tai Temple (CN: 北帝廟) at Cheung Chau is a Taoist temple that was originally built in 1783. There is also a Pak Tai Temple in Wan Chai and at Stanley. The temple is...

Pak Tai Temple at Wan Chai

Pak Tai Temple (CN: 灣仔北帝廟) was built by Wan Chai residents in 1863 and was originally known as Yuk Hui Kung temple. It is the largest temple on Hong Kong Island consisting of three halls and...

Wong Tai Sin Temple

The Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple (CN: 黃大仙祠) is one of the regions most popular, representing three faiths Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism. The temple has numerous nooks and crannies and some truly exquisite detailing. Points...

Yuen Yuen Institute

Yuen Yuen Institute  (CN: 圓玄學院) is a traditional Chinese Taoist Temple which is open daily from 9am to 5pm and free to visit. Like many temples in China, it represents all three local religions, Confucianism,...

Happy Valley Hindu Temple

Happy Valley Hindu Temple serves the large community of Hindus living in Hong Kong. It was established in 1949. Map Details Website: www.hinduassociationhk.com EN Address: 1B, Wong Nai Chung Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong...

Jamia Mosque

Jamia Mosque (CN: 些利街清真寺) was built in 1890 and is also known as Lascar Temple. The mosque serves a growing Muslim community in Hong Kong. The rectangular building features elements of Islamic architecture with...

Khalsa Diwan Sikh Temple

Khalsa Diwan Sikh Temple was built in 1901 and later expanded. It is currently being redeveloped and they are seeking new funds to further expand the work they continue to do in the Hong...

Ohel Leah Synagogue

Ohel Leah Synagogue (CN: 猶太教莉亞堂) was built in 1902 and continues to be at the center of Jewish social and religious life in Hong Kong. It is also a preserved historic building.   Nearby United Jewish Congregation...

St Andrew’s Church

St Andrew’s Church (聖安德烈堂) was built in 1906 and continues to serve as an Anglican church to this day. Nearby Kowloon Park (九龍公園) Avenue of Comic Stars (香港漫畫星光大道) Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre (香港文物探知館)...

St John’s Cathedral Hong Kong

St John’s Cathedral (CN: 聖約翰座堂) was built in 1849 and is still a practicing Anglican church today. It is one of the few buildings that has stood in Hong Kong through war, social and...