Hong Kong Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Hong Kong - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Hollywood Road

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Hong Kong's best antiques shops and classical-art galleries are on this street, named for the holly trees that once grew here. The western...

Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences

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You can find out all about medical breakthroughs at this private museum, which is housed in an Edwardian-style building at the top of...

Man Mo Temple

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No one knows exactly when Hong Kong Island's oldest temple was built—but the consensus is sometime between 1847 and 1862. The temple...

Possession Street

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A sign here marks where Captain Charles Elliott stepped ashore in 1841 to claim Hong Kong for the British empire. This was once the waterfront...

Tai Ping Shan

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The maze of streets west of Man Mo Temple is known as Tai Ping Shan (the Chinese name for Victoria Peak, which towers above it). It's...

The University of Hong Kong

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It's worth a trip out to the western end of the Mid-Levels to see these imposing Edwardian-era buildings. The institution opened in 1912...

University Museum and Art Gallery

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Chinese harp music and a faint smell of incense float through peaceful rooms filled with a small but excellent collection of Chinese...

Western Market

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The Sheung Wan district's iconic market, a hulking Edwardian-era brick structure, is a good place to get your bearings. Built in 1906,...

Wing Lee Street

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Just minutes away from Man Mo Temple, Wing Lee Street is one of the city's last thoroughfares where every building features 1950s-era...

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