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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Kansu Street Jade Market

  • Store/Shop/Mall

From priceless ornaments to plastic pendants, if it's green and shiny, it's here. Quality and prices at the stalls vary hugely, so if...

Shanghai Street

  • Neighborhood/Street

Traditional trades are plied along this street. There are blocks dominated by tailors or shops selling Chinese cookware or everything...

Temple Street

  • Neighborhood/Street

In the heart of Yau Ma Tei, Temple Street is home to Hong Kong's biggest night market. Stalls selling kitsch of all kinds set up in the...

Tin Hau Temple

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This incense-filled site is dedicated to Taoist sea goddess Tin Hau, queen of heaven and protector of seafarers. The crowds here testify...

Yau Ma Tei Theatre

  • Arts/Performance Venue

The government transformed this former movie theater (which screened adult films for years before being abandoned) into a 300-seat venue...

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