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Trip.Best Popular Best Things to Do in Hong Kong [2024]

Explore the best things to do in Hong Kong! Uncover top activities and experiences for an unforgettable visit.
Updated Jul 2024
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    4.7/5
    52095 Review
    From72.22
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 17465 reviews
    "Disney to Christmas is very good, it is too tired, every project is very exciting, every time I recall it, it is very memorable. I strongly recommend you to take the children to play with good memories."
    Hong Kong.Disneyland Area
    13.2km from downtown
    Featured in 2024 Trip.Best Global 100
    Highlights: Disney's 1st 'Frozen' theme park | The happiest place in Hong Kong
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    4.7/5
    32333 Review
    From39.43
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 10666 reviews
    "This is the third time I have come. If I choose Ocean Park and Disneyland, I will choose Ocean Park. This time I came with my friends. It rained a little, but there were not many people. I didn't have to queue up. I played everything several times. It was cool."
    Hong Kong.Southern
    8.1km from downtown
    Featured in 2024 Trip.Best Global 100
    Highlights: · Dive into the never-before-seen deep sea world and explore different theme parks· Visit everyone’s favorite giant panda star, meet our friend penguin from the polar regions, and experience all aspects of small animals· Challenge the mobile game in the dynamic world and enjoy the joy brought by speed"The Little Prince's 80th Anniversary Starry Sky Journey" will be launched at the same venueThe French classic "Le Petit Prince", which is celebrating its 80th anniversary, is also available at Ocean Park Hong Kong. Follow the steps of the Little Prince and embark on an interstellar journey of light and shadow. The park’s colorful canopy lights and art installations all over the park’s hills and mountains allow you to explore the fantasy world of the Little Prince from different angles!Follow the footsteps of the little princeStrolling through Ocean Park in Hong Kong, you will find the footprints of the little prince all over the hills and mountains of the park! The light projection of the Little Prince in the artificial lake of the Dream Water City will lead you to find his starlight mark; and the clips of him traveling to different places and meeting little foxes will also be transformed into the shining decorations of the Food and Water City. You can also sit side by side with the little prince in front of the storybook in Yiqingfang, imagining the next planetary journey; the giant rose garden in the seaside paradise square reproduces the scene of the little prince finding countless roses before your eyes, every time Each flower is a unique and beautiful existence. In addition, Summit Park has specially designed"The little prince would like to take a photo"The giant commemorative statue witnesses the little prince’s long journey to the stars. Come and pose with your family and friends and take photos to commemorate this important milestone!Ocean Park Hong Kong, located in the south of Hong Kong Island, is one of the most popular theme parks in the world. It covers an area of ​​170 acres, and its buildings are distributed on Nan Long Mountain and Wong Chuk Hang Valley.Ocean Park is divided into two areas: Summit Paradise and Waterfront Paradise, with 8 different-themed worlds, including Asian Animal World, Dream Water City, Powerful World, Tropical Rainforest World, Dynamic World, Ocean World, Rapids World and Ice world.Summit Paradise△ Mainly based on amusement park carnivals, it is more suitable for adults who are looking for excitement. Whether it’s the roller coaster, rocking boat, or jumping machine in the “Ocean World”, or the surfing spaceship, ore ride, or earth-shaking ride in the “Rapid World” and “Dynamic World”, it will definitely make your heart beat faster and make you scream again and again.Asian Animal World△ It is one of the first parks in the world to have indoor and outdoor exhibition halls. Various animals from different regions in Asia are displayed in the park. The Hong Kong Jockey Club Sichuan Curiosities Center - formerly known as the Hong Kong Jockey Club Giant Panda Garden, opened in 1999 and became the home of giant pandas An An and Jia Jia. In 2012, it was renovated into the Hong Kong Jockey Club Sichuan Curiosities Museum, and two nationally protected animals, Lele and Huhu, were loaned from Sichuan.Jellyfish Kaleidoscope△ Opened on April 10, 2006, it is the largest independent jellyfish museum in Asia.Dream water city△ Ocean Wonders-ranked among the top ten aquariums in the world and the 9th largest aquarium in the world. The museum also has an ornamental dome with a diameter of 5.5 meters, allowing visitors to explore the underwater world. Visitors can also reach the giant viewing screen 8 meters high and 13 meters wide to see all the fish in the museum at once. Double Dragon Romance, located in an artificial lake, is the world's first 360-degree panoramic water curtain. The fountain uses a large number of straight-up fountains to form a large water curtain. There is a water-fire compatible fountain outside the large water curtain.Main means of transportation in the park1. Mountain Cable Car: The mountain cable car connects the mountain to the bottom of the mountain along a 1.5-kilometer-long overhead steel cable. Passengers can enjoy the vast scenery of the southern district of Hong Kong Island and the South China Sea along the way.2. Mountaineering Elevator: The mountaineering elevator was opened in 1987 and connects the two areas of Nanlang Mountain (Ocean World) and Tai Shue Wan (Rapid World). With a total length of 225 meters, it is the second longest outdoor escalator system in the world. Mountain lifts are not affected by the weather.3. Ocean Train: Welcome to take a ride on Ocean Park's Ocean Train to embark on a thrilling deep-sea adventure journey, traveling at high speeds between the Peak Paradise on the mountain and the Seaside Paradise below.
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    4.6/5
    13809 Review
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    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 36258 reviews
    "The scenery is really beautiful, overlooking the whole of Hong Kong, the Lingxuan Pavilion platform is worth seeing. It is recommended to go up the mountain around 4:30. You can come out at the Central Metro Station J2 Exit. Follow the roadside to the ropeway. The ropeway car will come for a few minutes. The right side of the mountain seat and the left side of the mountain seat are the city scenery. You can go shopping at the mall next door from 5 to 6 o'clock. It's really good to take pictures. At around 6 o'clock, you can go to Lingxuan Pavilion to occupy the position, waiting for the beautiful scenery of the sun down and nightfall."
    Hong Kong
    6.3km from downtown
    Featured in 2024 Trip.Best Global 100
    Highlights: Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Island is the highest point on Hong Kong Island. Due to its wide view, you can not only overlook Lantau Island and the panoramic view of Hong Kong, but also see the layers of skyscrapers and the night view of Victoria Harbor. Combined with the Peak Tower Observation Deck and the Peak Tram, it becomes Hong Kong An important tourist attraction and one of Hong Kong's iconic attractions.△ Riding the Peak Tram is the way to get to know Hong Kong. Millions of tourists enjoy the cityscape and natural scenery from spectacular angles every year.△ Ling Xiao Pavilion Sky Terrace 428 is Hong Kong’s 360-degree observation deck. No matter day, dusk or night, it can provide you with a dazzling visual experience, allowing you to enjoy the urban scenery and unique charm.△ The Fun Time Photo Gallery is located on the 2nd floor of the Peak Tower. It displays 22 carefully designed theme scenes, introduces studio-style professional lighting and various elements, allowing you to experience the first large-scale selfie experience museum in Hong Kong in the form of selfies.△ Madame Tussauds Hong Kong has a collection of over 100 wax figures of global celebrities, and also provides multi-sensory displays, including the first augmented reality holographic imaging experience of Hong Kong’s popular singer-songwriter Jackson Wang.△ The Monopoly Dream World is located on the Victoria Peak in Hong Kong. It presents the classic elements of table games in a three-dimensional way, allowing everyone to become a Monopoly. Welcome to the Dream World.
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    4.7/5
    2036 Review
    From5.56
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 30 reviews
    "The exhibits are very good, there are not many people, the overall experience is better, some venues are closed in the morning and finished shopping. After Kowloon stood out, the signs along the way were very detailed. There are enough rest seats, and the interaction is particularly good. There are several machines that can play historical games."
    Hong Kong.West Kowloon
    2.4km from downtown
    Featured in 2024 Trip.Best Asia 100
    Highlights: · Admire more than 900 precious cultural relics from the Palace Museum, some of which have never been publicly displayed· From a Hong Kong combined with global perspective, appreciate the collections of the Palace Museum and other important cultural institutions in the world· Experience Chinese culture and art in a new way△ Qiu Ying (about 1494–1552) The Orchid Pavilion Ming dynasty, mid-16th century Fan leaf, ink and colour on gold paper ©Palace MuseumHKPM Gallery 8 - The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: YUAN MING YUAN—Art and Culture of an Imperial Garden-Palace​(March 20, 2024 to August 12, 2024)​A major exhibition about Yuanmingyuan imperial gardens. Shedding new light on Yuanming yuan (Garden of Perfect Brightness), this exhibition features over 190 spectacular paintings, architectural models, and other works associated with this once-magnificent Qing dynasty imperial garden-palace, which served as the principal residence of five emperors. Key themes involve the life of the emperors, festivals, the aesthetic taste of the emperors, and the relationship between members of the imperial family. In this exhibition visitors will discover the crowning achievements of imperial garden-palace design, the stories about the garden’s principal residents, and the history of the Qing imperial court.​Gallery9:“TheAdornedBody:FrenchFashionandJewellery1770–1910fromtheMuséedesArtsDécoratifs,Paris”(26June2024to14October2024)​The exhibition features over 300 stunning pieces of French costume,jewellery, and accessory from the late 18th to theearly 20th centuries from theMuséedes ArtsDécoratifs, home to France’s foremost national fashion collection, toillustrate the power of fashion to transform the body in France during that period of time. Almost all exhibits will bedisplayed in Asia for the first time, and some of them have never been seen outside of Paris or France.
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    4.7/5
    5763 Review
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    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 1805 reviews
    "It’s a diverse city with various people fromover the world such as Africa, Asia, Europe,America & Australia. Tsim Sha Tsui will create a better place for backpackers to share their experiences and meet each others."
    Hong Kong.Tsim Sha Tsui
    2.3km from downtown
    No. 4 of Night Attractions
    Highlights: Tsim Sha Tsui is located at the southern tip of the Kowloon Peninsula. It abuts Victoria Harbour and lies just across the water from Hong Kong Island. Shopping is a major attraction in Tsim Sha Tsui with many luxury brands lining the streets. Attractions include Kowloon Park, the Hong Kong Culture Centre, the Hong Kong Space Museum, and the Hong Kong Museum of Art. The areas next to Victoria Harbour offer stunning views of Hong Kong Island and the central business district. Owing to its popularity and location, there is lots to see and do in Tsim Sha Tsui.
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    4.7/5
    6699 Review
    From15.46
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 7584 reviews
    "Easy to buy and easy to use. If all of you needs to go there I recommend to buy first."
    Hong Kong.Islands District
    28.5km from downtown
    Featured in 2024 Trip.Best Asia 100
    Highlights: · Take the Ngong Ping Cable Car,Access to famous Hong Kong tourist attractions such as the Tian Tan Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, Tai O Fishing Village and start your Lantau Island journey! · Sit in a comfortable and quiet carriage and enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of the Hong Kong International Airport, the mountains and waters, the Tian Tan Buddha and the Ngong Ping Plateau.· Visit Ngong Ping Market and enjoy all kinds of exciting entertainment facilities!The Ngong Ping Cable Car connects Tung Chung with Ngong Ping and offers the serene panorama of Lantau, Hong Kong. Ngong Ping Terminal is right next to Ngong Ping Village - the best starting point to reach other Hong Kong attractions such as the Big Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, Tai O fishing village, etc. Ngong Ping Village is the home to recreation, shopping, and four entertaining themed attractions loved by locals and tourists! The market has themed attractions such as the "360 Dynamic Cinema" and the "Cable Car Discovery Center", as well as a variety of delicacies, allowing you to enjoy a variety of leisure, dining and shopping experiences.Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car△ The Ngong Ping Cable Car has standard cabin, crystal cabin or panoramic cabin for you to choose. Each cable car journey takes about 25 minutes. You can choose a one-way or round-trip cable car.△ Panoramic Cabin△ Set on a scenic 1.5-hectare site on Lantau Island, Hong Kong and adjacent to Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal, the Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery, Ngong Ping Village is a culturally themed village designed and landscaped to integrate into the scenic nature of Ngong Ping. And there is shopping, dining and entertainment.
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    4.7/5
    2519 Review
    Free
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 5601 reviews
    "We went to Tian Tan Buddha in Lautau island. such a serene place where you can enjoy the peace and tranquility. The majestic Buddha statue look amazing. dont forget to try the vegan meal at Po Lin Monastery Restaurant."
    Hong Kong.Islands District
    24.2km from downtown
    Highlights: • Lantau Island, known as Hong Kong’s “back garden”, is an oasis in Hong Kong with magnificent natural scenery and rich cultural heritage• The bottom of the crystal carriage of the Ngong Ping Cable Car is transparent, allowing you to enjoy the scenery 360 degrees• Lantau Island also has some ancient temples and temples, displaying Hong Kong’s traditional culture and religious beliefs△ The area of Lantau Island is equivalent to two Hong Kong Islands. Whether it is shopping and leisure, hiking and watering, fishing village style, Zen temples and dream paradise, you can find it all here. The popularity of tourists here has been increasing in recent years.△ The bottom of the crystal carriage of the Ngong Ping Cable Car is transparent, allowing you to enjoy the scenery 360 degrees. From the cable car, you can overlook the Hong Kong cityscape behind you and the green mountain scenery of Lantau Island.△ The Tian Tan Buddha is 34 meters high. Its face is similar to the Lushena Buddha in Longmen Grottoes. It has a solemn appearance and is the second largest outdoor bronze seated Buddha statue in the world.
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    4.5/5
    2259 Review
    From7.45
    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 9115 reviews
    "I have very fond memories of this place as I came wtih my family. We were excited to board this tram all the up to the top at the peak."
    Hong Kong.Central
    4.7km from downtown
    Featured in 2024 Trip.Best Global 100
    Highlights: • Take the Peak Tram to Victoria Peak and enjoy the panoramic views in all directions• Take a cable car ride and you may witness a magical optical illusion that makes you feel like a high-rise building is collapsing.• Go to Sky Terrace 428, the highest 360-degree observation deck in Hong Kong, for a panoramic view of Hong Kong.△ The Peak Tram has a history of more than 100 years and is the main means of transportation to the Peak of Victoria Peak in Hong Kong. △ The entire carriage of the cable car climbs up at an almost 45-degree angle. On both sides of the track are houses nestled among the trees. The cable car goes along the steep slope all the way, making you lean backwards. It is a very rare experience.
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    4.6/5
    5300 Review
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    taCommentScoreUrlbased on 6285 reviews
    "A spectacular night scene to go to when going to Hong Kong. One of my most memorable moments when it came to visiting Hong Kong"
    Hong Kong.Tsim Sha Tsui
    2.9km from downtown
    Featured in 2024 Trip.Best Global 100
    Highlights: • Charming sea views and night views make it a must-see for tourists visiting Hong Kong• Take a cruise to enjoy the Victoria Harbor scenery from a unique perspective• You can also enjoy a large-scale light and music show amid the beautiful night view△ After nightfall, the lights of thousands of houses reflect each other, and the night view of Victoria Harbor is ranked as one of the "three major night views in the world" along with Hakodate and Naples.△ The large-scale light show "A Symphony of Lights" held at 8 o'clock every night in Victoria Harbor is worth looking forward to. More than 40 buildings are accompanied by rhythmic music, and the colorful and dancing lights are dazzling.△ Every New Year’s Eve and the second night of the Lunar New Year, a grand fireworks display is held in Victoria Harbor.
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    3118 Review
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    "Hong Kong nightlife in Central is the best! All the local bars are open and gatherings after a long day work is well-earned I must say. Nothing beats a good Tsing Tao beer with musics all around the area! 🍺"
    Hong Kong.Central
    4.5km from downtown
    Highlights: Central is located in the Central and Western District of Hong Kong. It is the political and commercial center of Hong Kong. Many banks, multinational financial institutions and foreign consulates are located here. The Hong Kong Government Headquarters, the Legislative Council Building, and the former Governor's Office (now called Government House) are also located here. The landscape of Central is a mixture of old buildings and modern high-tech buildings. Old buildings such as Legislative Council Building and modern buildings such as Bank of China Building and IFC International Financial Center have become iconic attractions in Hong Kong, forming a beautiful and spectacular urban landscape on Hong Kong Island. Central develops along the foot of the mountain to the top of the mountain. Many streets have to climb slopes or stairs, such as Stone Street, and Gas Lamp Street, which has appeared in TVB TV series countless times. The famous scenic spot here is the Peak of Taiping, and the well-known covered Escalator - Central to Mid-levels escalator. In addition, Lan Kwai Fong, a good place for Hong Kong nightlife, is also located in a short, narrow, L-shaped and cobblestone alley between Wyndham Street and D'Aguilar Street in Central. There are many large shopping malls in Central. The Landmark, Alexandra Building, Chater Building and Prince's Building form a well-known shopping circle. There are also many well-known restaurants. Kee Restaurant and Lianxiang Lou are all recommended delicacies, and they are also very popular, so be prepared to queue.
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FAQ

What are some Best Things to Do in Hong Kong?
Some Best Things to Do in Hong Kong include:Hong Kong Disneyland, Ocean Park Hong Kong, The Peak, Hong Kong Palace Museum, Tsim Sha Tsui
What are some highly-rated Best Things to Do in Hong Kong?
Some highly-rated Best Things to Do in Hong Kong include:Hong Kong Disneyland:4.7, Ocean Park Hong Kong:4.7, The Peak:4.6, Hong Kong Palace Museum:4.7, Tsim Sha Tsui:4.7
At what locations in Hong Kong can Best Things to Do in Hong Kong be found?
The Best Things to Do in Hong Kong are mainly located in:Hong Kong Disneyland:Hong Kong, Ocean Park Hong Kong:Hong Kong, The Peak:Hong Kong, Hong Kong Palace Museum:Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui:Hong Kong
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