Of course, it’s impossible to see all the sights of Hong Kong in 2-3 days, so we’ve highlighted the best of them for you. It won’t be too difficult for an independent traveller to get through all of this list in 2-3 days.
If you are lucky enough to visit Hong Kong but have little time for sightseeing, we offer our top places to visit in Hong Kong. Below are 5 interesting places in Hong Kong that will help you answer the question, “what to see in Hong Kong in 1 day” or “what to see in Hong Kong in 3 days”.
When setting out to see the sights in Hong Kong, don’t forget to save the addresses and driving directions of the planned places. Also, to find out what you can see in Hong Kong, stay tuned for our new posts.
By the way, there are a lot of people living in Hong Kong, so there's often a queue at cafes - there aren't enough tables. It's also considered normal to sit at the same table with strangers there. Also, Hong Kong people don't think of themselves as Chinese. The Chinese are foreigners for them. And in general, I was surprised by a lot of things there - double-decker buses and double-decker streetcars.
1. Victoria Peak
What to see in Hong Kong? The Victoria Peak towers 396 meters above sea level in Hong Kong. The top of the tower is one of Hong Kong’s most stylish architectural landmarks. Inside the tower is a dazzling array of restaurants, stores and entertainment venues with magnificent views of the city. What’s more, the top of the tower boasts the tallest observation deck spanning 360°, offering a magnificent panoramic view of the bustling city.
How to get to Victoria Peak in Hong Kong
Walk from MTR Central Station (Exit J2). Turn right at Chater Garden, cross Queen’s Road Central and walk up Garden Road. Walk past the Bank of China Tower and Citibank Plaza and St. John’s Cathedral.
The 15C shuttle bus at the Central Bus Terminal (near Pier 7). Garden Road stop.
- Daily : 10:00 am to 11:40 pm (from Pier 7 )
- Daily : 10:15 to 23:55 pm (from Garden Road).
- Frequency : 15 to 20 minutes
- Fare : from HK$4.20
2. Avenue of Stars
What can I see in Hong Kong in three days? Hong Kong’s Avenue of Stars was created to pay tribute to the illustrious professionals in Hong Kong’s film industry. Located along the waterfront of Victoria Harbour in Tsim Sha Tsui District, the Walk of Stars is the equivalent of the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Getting there: Take the MTR Metro, Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Exit E.
Bus: A list of bus routes to the Walk of Fame:
- 1 Chuk Yuen Estate < > Star Ferry
- 13X Po Tat Estate < > Tsim Sha Tsui East
- 203 (Circular) Yau Yat Tsuen > Tsim Sha Tsui East
- 208 Broadcast Drive < > Tsim Sha Tsui East
- 215X Lam Tin (Kwong Tin Estate) < > MTR Kowloon Station
- 219X (Circular) Laguna City > Tsim Sha Tsui
- 230X Allway Gardens > Whampoa Garden
- 26 Shun Tin < > Tsui Sha Tsui East
- 260X Po Tin < > Hung Hom Station
- 268B Long Ping WR Station* < > Hung Hom Ferry
- 269B Tin Shui Wai Town Centre < > Hung Hom Ferry Concourse
- 28 Lok Wah* < > Tsim Sha Tsui (Hankow Road)
- 35A On Yam* < > Tsim Sha Tsui East
- 41A Cheung On* < > Tsim Sha Tsui East
- 5 Choi Hung* < > Star Ferry
- 5A Kowloon City (Shing Tak St.) < > Star Ferry
- 5C Tsz Wan Shan (Central) < > Star Ferry
- 8 MTR Kowloon Station < > Star Ferry
- 81C Yiu On* < > Hung Hom Station
- 87D Kam Ying Court* < > Hung Hom Station
- 8A (Circular) Whampoa Garden* > Tsim Sha Tsui
- 8P (Circular) Laguna Verde* > Tsim Sha Tsui
- 98D Hang Hau (North)* < > Tsim Sha Tsui East
- K16 Hung Hom Station < > Nam Cheong Station
- N216 (Overnight) Yau Tong Bus Terminus < > Hung Hom Station
- N241 (Overnight) Cheung Hang* < > Hung Hom Station
- N271 (Overnight) Fu Heng* < > Hung Hom Station
- N281 (Overnight) Kam Ying Court* < > Hung Hom Station
What to see in Hong Kong in 1 day? Hong Kong Disneyland is a theme park that is the fifth magical kingdom style park in the world. Hong Kong Disneyland is located on Penny Bay on Lantau Island. Come and experience beautiful magical moments with your loved ones at Disneyland Hong Kong!
If you are staying at Disney’s Hollywood Hotel or Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, admission to Disneyland is free.
How to get there: take the MTR subway to Disneyland Resort station.
4. Ocean Park
What else can I see in Hong Kong? Ocean Park is the main attraction in Hong Kong. The park has won several awards including being the seventh most popular amusement park in the world and the 33rd most visited tourist attraction in the world according to Forbes magazine. Ocean Park currently consists of 40 rides and water slides.
How to get there: bus 629.
5. Ngong Ping 360
What can I see in Hong Kong in two days? Ngong Ping is located on 1.5 hectares of land on Lantau Island, adjacent to the Ngong Ping cable car and the Tian Tan Buddha statue. Ngong Ping Park helps refresh your body and enlighten your mind as soon as you step onto the cable car.
Looking southwest from Tei Tan Square in the center of Po Lin Monastery, you will see 268 steps leading up to the world’s largest outdoor bronze Buddha statue.
Getting there: MTR Tung Chung subway station.
How to get to Ngong Ping 360 by bus:
- Hong Kong Island
- E11 Tin Hau Station–AsiaWorld Expo B/T
- E21 Tai Kok Tsui (Island Harbourview)–AsiaWorld Expo B/T
- E22 Lam Tin (North)–AsiaWorld Expo B/T
- E23 Tsz Wan Shan (South)–Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) Terminus
- New Territories
- E31 Discovery Park B/T–Yat Tung Estate Terminus
- E32 Kwai Fong Railway Station B/T–AsiaWorld Expo B/T
- E33 Tuen Mun Central B/T–Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) Terminus
- E34 Tin Shui Wai Town Centre B/T–Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) Terminus
- E41 Tai Po Tau Terminus–AsiaWorld Expo B/T
- E42 Pok Hong B/T–Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) Terminus
That’s it! See you in the comments 🙂