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    • VICTORIA PARK
      7 minutes on foot

      Address: 1 Hing Fat Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island

      Description: Located in Causeway Bay and named after Queen Victoria, it is the largest public park on Hong Kong Island. The park has a great range of facilities including a swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball courts, a jogging trail and a children's playground. The park is also home to various activities throughout the year such as a colorful flower market during Chinese New Year and glowing lanterns during the Mid-Autumn Festival.

      URL: http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/parks/vp/index.html
    • CAUSEWAY BAY TIN HAU TEMPLE
      3 minutes on foot

      Address: 10 Tin Hau Temple Road, Hong Kong Island

      Description: Given the strong presence and importance of Hong Kong's harbor, Tin Hau, goddess of the sea, has been historically important to Hong Kong's islanders. The Tin Hau temple in Causeway Bay is one of many temples around Hong Kong dedicated to the sea goddess. A visit here will take visitors back to the Qing Dynasty reflecting the significance of the sea in Hong Kong's history.  

      URL: http://www.amo.gov.hk/en/monuments_15.php
    • LIN FA KUNG TEMPLE
      5 minutes on foot

      Address: End of Lin Fa Kung Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island

      Description: Experience some traditional Chinese culture by heading to the end of Lin Fa Kung Street in Causeway Bay. There, visitors will be greeted by the Lin Fa Temple, otherwise known as the Lotus Flower Palace. If visiting the temple during the Mid-Autumn Festival, visitors will get to witness how a traditional village celebrates the festival with flags and banners everywhere and a special Fire Dragon Dance.

      URL: http://www.ctc.org.hk/en/directcontrol/temple1.asp
    • TAI HANG FIRE DRAGON DANCE
      7 minutes on foot

      Address: Tai Hang, Hong Kong Island

      Description: The Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance in Causeway Bay is a major staple of the Mid-Autumn festival. Held over three days and three nights during a full moon, the dance is a century old tradition that originated when the village of Tai Hang needed to rid themselves of bad luck. Nearly 300 performers are required for the dance which sees a dragon made of straw and incense sticks lit up and paraded around the streets.

      URL: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/see-do/culture-heritage/living-culture/tai-hang-fire-dragon-dance.jsp
    • CENTRAL & WESTERN HERITAGE TRAIL
      8 minutes by taxi

      Address: Edinburgh Place, Central, Hong Kong Island

      Description: Designed by the Antiques and Monuments Office, the Central and Western Heritage Trail takes visitors on a historical journey of Hong Kong’s heritage. Visitors will gain a great deal of insight into Hong Kong’s past by visiting the historic sites and monuments that played a significant role in the city’s development.

      URL: http://www.amo.gov.hk/en/trails_cw.php
    • WESTERN DISTRICT & THE PEAK HERITAGE TRAIL
      8 minutes by taxi

      Address: Peak Tram Terminus, 33 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong Island

      Description: Explore the western side of the city, first inhabited by British troops nearly 200 years ago. The trail takes visitors back into time by showing them 25 historic buildings and sites including the Governor’s summer residence on the Peak. 

      URL: http://www.amo.gov.hk/en/trails_west.php
    • THE HONG KONG ARTS CENTRE
      6 minutes by taxi

      Address: 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong Island

      Description: The Hong Kong Arts Centre provides a strong pillar of art and culture to the city of Hong Kong. They promote Hong Kong art and culture through exhibitions and art education. Facilities at The Hong Kong Arts Centre include a cinema, galleries, studios and restaurants. The center offers guided tours with reservations made via their website. 

      URL: http://www.hkac.org.hk/en/
    • HONG KONG CITY HALL
      8 minutes by taxi

      Address: 5 Edinburgh Place, Central, Hong Kong Island

      Description: Unlike most city halls, Hong Kong City Hall does not hold the offices of a city government. It is actually home to a Concert Hall, Theater and Exhibition Hall and Hong Kong’s first public library. Hong Kong City Hall has played host to over 10,000 performers and acts and is listed as a heritage site. 

      URL: http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/hkch/
    • SOUTHSIDE BEACHES
      Address: Hong Kong Island

      Description: Visitors will be spoilt for choice with several beaches to choose from. Popular beaches include Shek O Beach, Big Wave Bay, Deepwater Bay, Stanley Main Beach and South Bay. Beach goers will enjoy swimming in the sparkling water, trying their hand at watersports such as surfing or wakeboarding, having a barbeque at beach provided facilities or simply take in the sun whilst relaxing on the sand.

      URL: Big Wave Bay Beach & Shek O - http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/see-do/great-outdoors/beaches/big-wave-bay-beach-shek-o.jsp
    • REPULSE BAY BEACH
      15 minutes by taxi

      Address: Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong Island

      Description: A picturesque crescent-shaped stretch of sand is home to beautiful colonial style buildings, award-winning restaurants and designer shops at The Pulse, a trot away from stunning blue seas. Enjoy an afternoon stroll along the waterfront and savor the Southside resort feel as residents of Repulse Bay soak in the sun. Take a short walk to pay respects at the Kwun Yam and Tin Hau Shrine on Longevity Bridge where mosaic statues stand as protectors of fishermen. 

      URL: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/see-do/great-outdoors/beaches/repulse-bay-beach.jsp
    • STANLEY BEACHES

      20 minutes by taxi

      Address: Stanley Beach Road, Stanley, Hong Kong Island

      Description: Stanley Main Beach is best known as the home of the annual dragon boat races, held every June for the Tuen Ng Festival. On top of dragon boat racing, the beach is a hit with windsurfers so those keen to pick up some wind whilst out on the water should make a trip to Stanley. A short walk down the road away from Stanley Village will lead beach goers to the tranquil surroundings at St Stephen’s Beach. This beach is more serene, offering great views of Stanley Bay. Not far from Stanley is Shek O Beach, a popular destination for sun seekers with several barbeque facilities and restaurants to keep everyone’s appetite satisfied.

      URL: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/see-do/insiders-guide/tranquil-escapes/index.jsp

    • NINA FOSSIL GARDEN
      30 minutes by taxi or 1 hour and 3 minutes by MTR

      Address: 8 Yeung Uk Rd, Tsuen Wan

      Description: Archaeology and Indiana Jones enthusiasts will enjoy exploring the Nina Fossil Garden. The Nina Fossil Garden is a collection of fossils from the late Nina Wang. The garden aims to educate visitors about fossils and to encourage them to respect and preserve our present environment for future generations. Complimentary guided tours are available every Sunday. Visitors are required to register at the Information Center on the first floor of the Nina Shopping Mall.

      URL: http://www.ninafossilgarden.com/
    • HONG KONG GLOBAL GEOPARK OF CHINA
      1 hour by taxi

      Description: The Hong Kong Global Geopark of China covers an area of 50 square kilometers extending across the Eastern and Northeastern New Territories, showcasing Hong Kong’s timeless and intriguing natural beautiful landforms. Visitors can book Geopark tours but should check beforehand as they are seasonal.  

      URL: http://www.geopark.gov.hk
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    • CAUSEWAY BAY SHOPPING CENTRES
      5 minutes by taxi or 10 minutes on foot or 6 minutes by MTR 

      Address: Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island

      Description: Discover Hong Kong describes it best, “If shopping is a sport, Causeway Bay is the Olympic Games”. It is a true microcosm of the city’s shopping scene and everything can be found here. From affordable young fashion boutiques to the upmarket high street brands, to luxury top of the line stores, it is the closest tourists will come to feeling like they’re in Times Square New York or Ginza in Japan with throngs of people surrounding them at any given time.  

      URL: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/us/shop/where-to-shop/shopping-areas/causeway-bay.jsp
    • PACIFIC PLACE
      7 minutes by taxi or 17 minutes by MTR 

      Address: 88 Queensway, Hong Kong Island

      Description: Pacific Place is the closest upmarket shopping, dining and entertainment destination. From famous brands in fashion, technology and electronics as well as renowned restaurants across international cuisines, Pacific Place is an all in one entertainment destination. 

      URL: http://www.pacificplace.com.hk/
    • CENTRAL/ IFC, THE LANDMARK
      8 minutes by taxi or 23 minutes by MTR 

      Address: 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong Island

      Description: Explore one of Hong Kong's premier shopping destinations at the IFC mall. The luxurious mall is home to over 200 international brands, top restaurants, bars and a cinema. With the harbor as its backdrop, visitors are sure to have a pleasant shopping and dining experience at the IFC mall. The nearby Landmark is a luxurious haven of designer boutiques and first class restaurants. Those with fine tastes in food and fashion should stop by to explore some of Hong Kong’s most deluxe retail and dining offerings. 

      URL: http://www.ifc.com.hk/
               http://www.landmark.hk/english/index.aspx
    • LEI YUEN STREET EAST & WEST
      9 minutes by taxi or 19 minutes by MTR

      Address: Li Yuen Street East & West, Central, Hong Kong Island33 Wai Yip Street, Kowloon Bay

      Description: Step away from the modern day retail stores and return to the old ways of market place shopping at Li Yuen Street East and West. Shoppers may stumble upon some gems and great bargains among the stalls selling clothing, jewelry and handbags. 
    • CITYPLAZA
      12 minutes by taxi or 25 minutes by MTR 

      Address: 18 Taikoo Shing Road, Taikoo Shing, Hong Kong

      Description: Head to Cityplaza for an unforgettable shopping mall experience. It is one of the largest malls on Hong Kong Island with over 170 international brands, a cinema and an ice skating rink. With lots of shopping fun and family entertainment on hand, City Plaza is a great place to fulfil every shopping need.

      URL: http://www.cityplaza.com/
    • TSIM SHA TSUI
      12 minutes by MTR
      17 minutes by taxi

      Address: Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

      Description: One of Hong Kong’s busiest districts with a never ending line of stalls, shops, markets, restaurants and malls. Everything visitors need to complete their Hong Kong experience can be found here. High end brand name flagship stores sit along Canton Road and fill the Harbour City shopping center giving shoppers a high street shopping experience. Those not inclined to shop may find it fascinating to witness throngs of shoppers queuing outside high end stores. Several up market restaurants and bars offer breathtaking views of the harbor and the famous Hong Kong skyline giving visitors a chance to enjoy great meals with even greater views.  

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    • OCEAN PARK HONG KONG
      10 minutes by taxi

      Address: Ocean Park Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong

      Description: Come explore one of Asia’s most popular entertainment destinations. Ocean Park, Hong Kong’s very own theme park combines thrilling rides with up close animal experiences. Their impressive aquarium is home to several creatures of the deep whilst visitors can expect to see penguins and some unexpected koalas and kangaroos in action! Travel back in time by exploring the Old Hong Kong section of the park or for those not afraid of ghosts, pay a visit during Halloween when the park enjoys a scary makeover and morphs into an even more thrilling experience for visitors.


      URL: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk/
    • HONG KONG DISNEYLAND
      28 minutes by taxi or 1 hour and 13 minutes by MTR

      Address: Lantau Island, Hong Kong

      Description: Discover the magic of Hong Kong Disneyland by spending an enchanting day with everyone’s favorite Disney characters. Opened in 2005, the theme park is split into seven areas giving families the opportunity to wander through and explore different facets and rides of the park. Unlike its Disney counterparts around the world, Hong Kong’s Disneyland comes with a Chinese twist having consulted a feng shui master during construction of the park. The park is constantly expanding with the latest addition Mystic Point opening in 2013.

      URL: https://www.hongkongdisneyland.com/
    • HONG KONG EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTRE AND GOLDEN BAUHINIA SQUARE
      8 minutes by taxi or 20 minutes by MTR “(a 5-min MTR ride to Wanchai Station, followed by a 10-minute walk along a covered footbridge)

      Address: Wan Chai, Hong Kong Island

      Description: The Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Center takes a prime spot in Hong Kong’s waterfront skyline. It offers world class facilities for exhibitions, conventions, meetings and banquets and also houses seven restaurants. Just outside, the Golden Bauhinia Square is a harbor front monument that marks the handover of Hong Kong from the British to China in 1997. It is a widely popular destination to take photos of the Reunification Monument and bears the inscription of President Jiang Zemin who was present for the handover. There is a flag ceremony held every day to mark the occasion.

      URL: http://www.hkcec.com/
    • HAPPY VALLEY RACECOURSE
      6 minutes by taxi

      Address: Sports Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong Island

      Description: A popular pastime in Hong Kong is racing. Soak in the atmosphere under the evening sky at Happy Valley Racecourse and experience the heritage of racing steeped into the fabric of Hong Kong history. 

      URL: http://www.hkjc.com/
    • LAN KWAI FONG & SOHO
      8 minutes by taxi or 25 minutes by MTR 

      Address: Central, Hong Kong Island

      Description: Fresh off the boaters will tell visitors that Lan Kwai Fong is the place to be for after-work drinks, dinners and big nights out as more than 100 restaurants bars and clubs line this famed district in Central. CNN has listed Lan Kwai Fong as one of ten things that Hong Kong does better than anywhere else and it keeps getting better. Just a few street away is neighboring SoHo, one of Hong Kong Island's best places for wining and dining. The streets of SoHo are lined with trendy restaurants, bars and cafes as well as art galleries and antique shops. Enjoy a relaxing lunch and explore the boutiques or wait for the sun to set and watch SoHo become even more vibrant and alive. SoHo can be accessed by taking the Central-Mid-Levels escalator which is one of the longest escalators in the world.

      URL: http://www.lankwaifong.com/
      http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/dine-drink/where-to-eat/soho.jsp
    • STANLEY MARKET
      22 minutes by taxi

      Address: Stanley, Hong Kong 

      Description: Discover a different side of Hong Kong at the small beach side town of Stanley. Walk through the famous Stanley Market and stock up on Hong Kong souvenirs, jewelry, ornaments, clothes and more. Take a stroll along the shore and take a pick from a long line of Chinese and western restaurants and bars. If in need of a break, pick one of the nearby beaches and enjoy a walk along the sand.

      URL: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/seasia/shop/where-to-shop/street-markets-and-shopping-streets/stanley-market.jsp
    • PUBS & BARS IN WANCHAI
      6 minutes by taxi or 8 minutes by MTR

      Address: Wan Chai, Hong Kong Island

      Description: Thanks to the movie The World of Suzie Wong, the legend that is Wan Chai lives on in the minds of visitors. Less glamorous yet equally fun, Wan Chai has some great late night bars with live bands that serve drinks at half the price of Central. Every day is a party along Lockhart Road and Luard Road.
    • THE PEAK / TRAM

      7 minutes by taxi

      Address: Peak Tram Terminus, 33 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong Island

      Description: As the highest point on Hong Kong Island, the Peak is one of Hong Kong's unmissable attractions with breathtaking views of the city awaiting those who travel up to the top of Hong Kong Island. Even getting there via the Peak Tram is an unforgettable experience! The journey is so steep that the buildings passed appear to be leaning down. Once at the summit, no matter night or day, visitors will be captivated by the 360 degree views of Hong Kong Island including its iconic skyline and Victoria Harbor.

      URL: https://www.thepeak.com.hk/

    • THE HONG KONG OBSERVATION WHEEL
      9 minutes by taxi

      Address: 33 Man Kwong Street, Central

      Description: Enjoy panoramic views of the city's stunning skyline by climbing aboard and taking a spin around the Observation Wheel. The best time to experience the wheel is at 8:00pm when ride goers can enjoy the Symphony of Lights show from the comfort of their cabin. The light show involves over forty buildings on both sides of the harbor and at 60 meters above ground level people on the wheel will have the best seats in the house.

      URL: http://www.hkow.hk/

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