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Hong Kong Skyline
#1 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
The skyline is stunning and personally I think the best views are from Kowloon side Great views from Tsin Sha Tsui promenade across from the Peninsula Hotel and by the cultural centre
Perfect on a beautiful sunny day, better still at sunrise or sunset, but the best time to view the Hong Kong Island skyline is in the evening when the Symphony of Lights show comes on.
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Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha)
#2 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Great trip to see the giant Buddha, unforgettable experience, fab trip up in the glass bottom cable car, magnificent views of Hong Kong - Spiritual and enlightening, definitely a highlight of our stay in Hong Kong!
The whole day was amazing, we opted for the crystal cable car which was great, the views where stunning and we skipped the que Lunch was lovely in the monastery Great view From the steps on the budda Plenty of pho...
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Victoria Peak (The Peak)
#3 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Excellent Shopping, Restaurants and Nature Trails we'll definitely be visiting again, The views of Hong Kong and Kowloon are breathtaking, Go on a hot day the cool Breeze is so relaxing, Defiantly a must do Holida...
Amazing views day and night.The best way to enjoy the ultimate Peak experience is Peak Tram Sky Pass, offering you enjoyment of a trip on the famous Peak Tram and the fabulous panoramic views of Hong Kong from The...
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Sandbox VR
#4 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Dialogue in the Dark Hong Kong
#5 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
While tourist plan of seeing all the wonderful sights of Hong Kong, Dialogue in the Dark offers just the opposite.
Without spoiling the experience for others...............just go! Go with an open mind and come out with a different view of the world.
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Tsz Shan Monastery
#6 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
The destination is perfect, from the Buddhist architectural aspect, tranquility, view of the giant Guan Yin, the friendliness of the employees, the courtesies extended and to be in complete inner peace.
The setting is gorgeous (amazing views!), the gardens stunning and the Buddhas and architecture are simply inspiring.
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Chi Lin Nunnery
#7 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Exquisitely reproduced Tang style nunnery with amazing architecture, stunning bonsai specimens everywhere, lily ponds, and an extraordinary collection of scholars' rocks on view when we visited.
Well worth a visit, the Nunnery is peaceful and enlightening, with great multi lingual signage and information on Buddhism and artefacts within the site.
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Po Lin (Precious Lotus) Monastery
#8 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
The best way to get here is via cable car from Tung Chung MTR Station which takes 25 mins and gives spectacular views including the first glimpses of the Tian Tan Buddha and Po Lin Monastery.
The first view of Tian Tan (the largest sitting Buddha) nestled between the rich lush hills of the countryside is emotionally moving as your clear-floored gondola takes you to the peak.
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Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery (Man Fat Sze)
#9 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
The views as you walk up the hill are gorgeous and you have a trail of buddhas everywhere... when you get the top you are rewarded with a gorgeous view and a stunning Monastery and temple!... Must see!
... of the stairs, with so funny faces :) and of course the nature is stunning once you there - you recognize that it was really worth to climb here big square with the temple and gods statues and city views amazing!
Lion's Pavilion at The Peak
#10 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
This is one of the great spot to grab a full (not quite but the view itself is!) view of HK Great for couples, families or simply for everyone that wish to see the great view of HK from the top!
The views of Hong Kong from this peak are truly breathtaking... wandering into the pavilion area makes a great deal of sense...with the wonderful architecture putting things into place for you.
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Kadoorie Farm and Botanical Gardens
#11 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
If you are fit there are 8km of walking trails, going right up to the top of Kwun Yum Shan at 1800 ft above sea level, giving access to beautiful views across the farm and the surrounding hills.
View of 600+ meters altitude is also great (overlooking New Territories and the neighboring Shenzhen city).
Sai Kung
#12 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
The bays and islands of the sea and reservoir are truly stunning and it's well worth hiking up to get the best views, and there are lots of accessible and family-friendly trails.
We took a relaxing stroll along the promenade and were kept entertained by the sights of fishermen peddling live seafood from their boats at the piers!
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Ngong Ping 360
#13 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Amazing view in the crystal cabin, great restaurants up there, overwhelming beauty at the Buddha & Monastery, inspiring walk on the Wisdom Path ending with breathtaking views of the horizon.
The best itinerary to follow while visiting the Ngong Ping/Big Buddha site: Cable car from Tung Chung to Ngong Ping Bus ride from Ngong Ping to Tai Wo fishing village From Tai to Cheung Sha beach From Cheung Sha t...
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Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck
#14 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
But once you’re up there and marvel at the breathtaking sights of the world-famous HK skyline and Victoria Harbour, the “scary” feeling quietly goes away as you immerse yourself with the spectacular views.
A must if you love overlooking cities! Fantastic views of Hong Kong and a great photo opportunity, even if it is a little cloudy/ foggy.
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Tsim Sha Tsui
#15 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
The TST Promenade Old Railway station Clock Tower is the central place for the local crowd as well as tourist to sent the cool evening and night sen the HK Skyline with Spectacular amazing views of the Symphony of...
Fantastic Shopping, Wonderful Tourist Sites all within a stones throw
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Central
#16 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
What a city - everywhere is fabulous Although the city is being expanded everywhere and building sites are all around it is amazing
Via MTR or Star Ferry there is a lot to do, IFC level 55 Hong Kong Monetary Centre - good views and interesting history of Hong Kong Monetary System.
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Stanley, Hong Kong
#17 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
amazing cool water with clean place very easy to locate people are really good sunset is amazing and always go with a extra pairs of cloths and even go by the bus and look the amazing view though the mountains u g...
... environment, a short promenade around the beach, a shopping plaza and a very interesting market with lots of art paintings, clothes and more... Great for the ones who want some fresh air and amazing views.
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Tai O
#18 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
It is well worth finding this cafe, sitting outside with a gorgeous view of the river, boats and fresh breeze, and taking a coffee and relaxing in this amazingly unique atmosphere.
... road with awesomely scenic hair pin turns; 2. Or at Tung Chung, find the hiking path meandering along the north shore of the island facing the Hong Kong airport with close views of takeoffs and landings.
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International Finance Centre
#19 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
A beautiful mall with great view and excellent transportation connections.
If you want great views of the Iconic views of the HK skyline this is the building to head for.
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The Lounge & Bar at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
#20 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
The views of the skyline are amazing all lit up at night--and the restaurant itself has amazing light fixtures and makes you feel as if you've truly arrived in Hong Kong!
... enough to be taken to the Ritz Carlton lounge bar on the 102 floor, had a great evening, with some excellent Whiskey, the service was exceptional and the view overlooking Hong Kong at night were amazing.
Soho
#21 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Walk as much as you can around this place, you will see all sorts of sights.
Go here to enjoy nice steep streets with great views.
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Tsim Sha Tsui East
#22 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
We did are research and book we thought was amazing Hotel with a truly amazing view of what was a amazing New Year fire works show .
You are also in the perfect location to see the amazing HK skyline views day or night.
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Lan Kwai Fong
#23 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
The centre of Central's food and bars, best place for Dai Pai Dong food and fabulous passing sights , small shops in some nearby alleys and lots of expat style bars, Pubs and eateries.
Absolutely safe into the wee hours, make sure to grab a table outside one of the restaurants to enjoy the street view and the music in and around.
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Causeway Bay
#24 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Enjoy the view from Tram, you will feel a unique experience, and cheap also.
Great location and great views from TOTTS bar in the evening Famous deserts available in lobby cafe ... The name fails me !
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Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
#25 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
The promenade is home to many popular Hong Kong landmarks like the Clock Tower, Cultural Center, Space Museum and Avenue of the Stars and provides the best views of the Hong Kong skyline and the famous Symphony of...
+ Fantastic view of the Hong Kong skyline + Great place to hang out at night - with good music, nice breeze and the symphony of the light show
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Wong Tai Sin Temple (Sik Sik Yuen Temple)
#26 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Several magnificent temples ,pavilions and a mural of deities & demons on site to see and marvel at .
It is fascinating to both view the ornate and colorful temple, as well as to observe the people praying for good fortune.
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The University of Hong Kong
#27 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Has a great view of the harbor.
Mongkok
#28 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Day or Night ,full of life ,it is so crowed with people ,and very safe and easily walkable ,you will find everything from name bread department stores to a street corner stall ,enjoy the sights ,browse though heri...
Today with the Langham Place Mall and Cordis being bulit , the two tall buildings have become the landmark of this busy area.
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Tsing Ma Bridge
#29 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Crossing the bridge provide stunning views of the New Territories and, if the visibility is fine, the high-rise buildings in Kowloon and Hong Kong Island.
The city view from Tsing Ma bridge is awesome and everybody is able to take beautiful pictures to show off.
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
#30 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Impressive Convention Facility, Excellent Location with Views
Business aside, this is still a must-see for tourists and travelers: it offers the best view of the harbor between Central and Tsim Sha Tsui.
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