Things To Do

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Thing To Do in Hong Kong

The Peak

The Peak Tram is the oldest public transportation in Hong Kong and the first funicular railway in Asia. During the route from mid-levels to the Peak, passengers can enjoy the beautiful view of the Victoria Harbor. The Sky Terrace is located at The Peak, 396 meters above sea level. At the Sky Terrace 428, the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong, you can have the panoramic overview of Central and Western District of Hong Kong Island and the Victoria Harbor. Madame Tussauds Hong Kong has 11 interactive areas inside the museum with about 100 wax figures. The wax figures include celebrities from all over the world. Peak Circle Walk is a circular route surrounding The Peak, which is easy and relaxing to walk. The path allows walkers to feel the great nature and enjoy the stunning city view of Hong Kong. Direction: There are several ways for you to travel from Youth Square to The Peak. You can go to Central first, if you want to take the Peak Tram, you can then visit the Garden Road Peak Tram Lower Terminus. From Youth Square to Central: 1. MTR: Island Line (From Chai Wan to Central Station) : Around 25min 2. Bus 780 (From Chai Wan to Central Ferry Piers Terminus) : Around 45min Then you can go to the Peak from Central directly. 1. Bus 15C from Central Pier 8 or walk from MTR Central Station Exit J2 to take the Peak Tram from the Peak Tram Lower Terminus on Garden Road; or 2. Bus 15 from Exchange Square bus terminus (near MTR Hong Kong Station, Exit D); or, 3. Minibus 1 from the public transport interchange at MTR Hong Kong Station, Exit E. For more information, please visit http://www.discoverhongkong.com/ca/see-do/highlight-attractions/top-10/the-peak.jsp

Tsim Sha Tsui

If you are looking for cultural experience, sight-seeing and shopping all at the same time, Tsim Sha Tsui is definitely your choice. Hong Kong Space Museum is a well-known landmark in Hong Kong. You can enjoy an omnimax show in the planetarium. Avenue of Stars located along the waterfront of Victoria Harbor. You can find plaques of many famous Hong Kong movie stars and those who have great contribution to local movie industry. Directions: 1. MTR: Island Line (From Chai Wan to Admiralty Station), interchange with Tsuen Wan Line (From Admiralty Station to Tsim Sha Tsui Station) – Around 45min. (**If you are going to Tsim Sha Tsui East, you can travel within the Tsim Sha Tsui Station on foot.) 2. Star Ferry from Central or Wan Chai. The promenade is next to the Star Ferry Pier in Tsim Sha Tsui. For more information, please visit http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/see-do/highlight-attractions/top-10/tsim-sha-tsui-promenade.jsp


Stanley is one of popular tourist attractions in Hong Kong with strong western town colour. You can go to the beautiful Stanley main beach, the well-known beach in the area to enjoy the sunlight and seaview, where also just a few steps next to the shopping mall, handicraft market and alfresco restaurants. Getthing there: 1. Minibus: No.16M,16A,16X, around 45 minutes; or 2. Bus: Citybus route 314, around 65 minutes; or 3. Taxi / Driving: around 20 minutes More details: https://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/interactive-map/stanley.html

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Ocean Park Hong Kong is a theme park that combines fun, education and conservation, from a world-class aquarium, lovely giant pandas to polar adventures and exciting thrill rides. Go and enjoy the game and the fun atmosphere at Ocean Park with your family and friends to get an unforgettable experience! Getting there: 1.MTR: Island Line, Chai Wan Station > Admiralty Station > Move to South Island Line > Ocean Park Station, around 35 minutes; or 2. Taxi/Driving: around 30 minutes More details: https://www.oceanpark.com.hk/en

Dragon's Back

Dragon's Back is one of Hong Kong's most popular hikes and a beginner-friendly hike, where it is suitable for hikers of all levels. Arriving at the top of Dragon's Back, you can overlook the stunning scenery of Shek O, Big Wave Bay, Tung Lung Island and eastern horizon of Hong Kong. Suggested routes : Average hiking time: 4 hours | Distance: About 8.5 km | Difficulty: Moderate Stop 1: Shek O Peninsula Viewing Point Stop 2: Shek O Peak Stop 3: Dragon's Back & Pottinger Gap Stop 4: Big Wave Bay Beach Getting there: From Youth Square to Shau Kei Wan MTR: Island Line, Chai Wan Station > Shau Kei Wan Station, around 10 minutes From Shau Kei Wan to Shek O 1. Red Minibus: Route ''Shek O''(near Shau Kei Wan Station Exit A2), around 15 minutes; or 2. Bus: New World First Bus route 9 (near Shau Kei Wan Station Exit A3), around 20 minutes; or 3. Taxi/Driving: around 15 minutes For more information, please visit https://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/explore/great-outdoor/dragons-back.html

Law Uk Folk Museum

Law Uk Folk Museum is a declared historical building known for being an exceptional example of an 18th-century Hakka village house located in Chai Wan. It is named after its original owner, a Hakka family whose Chinese surname is transliterated as "Law". The museum can help you get to know more about Hakka people, which is an integral part of Hong Kong history. Getting there: 5 minutes' walk from the Chai Wan MTR Station More details: https://www.lcsd.gov.hk/CE/Museum/History/en_US/web/mh/about-us/law-uk-folk-museum.html

Oil Street Art Space (Oi!)

Oil Street Art Space (Oi!) is a new platform for exchanging ideas that aims to nurture young artists. It is a Grade II historic building that was built in 1908 as the clubhouse of the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club. If you are an arts lover, you will enjoy the visit there to take some nice photos with awesome artworks! Getting there: 1. MTR: Island Line, Chai Wan Station > Fortress Hill Station, around 15 minutes; or 2. Bus: Citybus routes 19 & 8X, New World First Bus routes 81 & 8H, KMB/New World First Bus route106 (Get off at Fortress Hill Station), around 30 minutes; or 3.Taxi/Driving, around 15 minutes More details: https://www.lcsd.gov.hk/CE/Museum/APO/en_US/web/apo/about_oi.html

Shopping in Causeway Bay

Causeway Bay located in the heart of Hong Kong Island where filled with shopping malls, upscale stores and quirky boutiques. A must-go place in Hong Kong for shopaholic! Getting there: 1.MTR: Island Line, Chai Wan Station > Causeway Bay Station, aeound 20 minutes; or 2.Bus: Citybus route 8X, New World First Bus route 8P (Get off at Hysan Place Station)-Around 30 minutes; or 3.Taxi/Driving: around 20minutes More details: https://www.discoverhongkong.com/us/explore/shopping/shopping-chic-in-causeway-bay.html

The largest shopping mall on Hong Kong Island - Cityplaza

Cityplaza is the largest shopping mall on Hong Kong Island. Having a total of six floors, the mall has more than 170 shops and restaurants, a 5-star Cineplex, plus a full-facility ice rink. You can enjoy worry-free shopping, dining and entertainment experience there! Getting there: 1. MTR: Island Line, Chai Wan Station > Tai Koo Station Exit E1, around 10 minutes; 2. Taxi/Driving: around 10 minutes More details: https://www.cityplaza.com/en

The largest Sports Outlet in Paradise Mall

Paradise Mall is a shopping mall next to Heng Fa Staton, with sizeable restaurants and a well-known outlet with popular sportwear brands. The outlet was once applauded as 'The favourite sportwear outlet' in Hong Kong. You will enjoy looking for discount sportwear there If you are a sports lover! Getting there: 1.MTR:Island Line, Chai Wan Station > Heng Fa Chuen Station, around 5 minutes 2.Taxi/Driving: around 5 minutes More details: https://www.paradise-mall.com.hk/eng/pm/main/index.jsp