There are many things to see in Hong Kong. Here is the top 10.

The Peak

The Peak is the most famous Hong Kong site.

You can look at the view of Hong Kong and take pictures in front of the Hong Kong skyline. You will have a great view from the Peak Lookout.

The best way to get to the Peak is by the Peak tram. The Peak Tram is over 100 years old.

The Peak Tram is open from 7.00am till 12.00 midnight everyday.

A single ticket costs $37 for adults and $16 for children. A return ticket costs $48 for adults and $23 dollars for children.

The peak tram stop is near Hong Kong Park.

Click on the link for a video of the Peak Tram.

Peak Lookout and view

Peak Tram

cable car and Big Buddha

The Big Buddha and Ngong Ping Monastery

The Big Buddha is the biggest bronze sitting Buddha statue in the world. It is next to the Ngong Ping Monastery where people worship Buddha.

You can try vegetarian food in the monastery restaurant.

The Big Buddha is on Lantau island near the top of a mountain.

The most interesting and exciting way to get to the Big Buddha is to take the Ngong Ping 360 cable car.

You can take the cable car from Tung Chung all the way to the monastery.

The cable car is open from 10.00 am till 6.00 pm. A return ticket costs $96 for adults and $48 dollars for children.

Click on the link to watch a cable car video.

Avenue of Stars and Light show

Visit the Avenue of Stars to see all your favourite celebrates hand prints and autographs.

You can take photos with a statue of Bruce Lee.

Every night at 8.00 pm you can watch the 'Symphany of Lights'. It is a light show where lots of the buildings light up and flash to the music.

The Avenue of Stars is in Tsim Tsai Tsui near the Star Ferry pier.

Click hee to watch a video of the 'Symphany of Lights'.

The Light Show

Bruce Lee Statue

Jackie Chan on the Avenue of Stars

The Golden Bauhinia Statue

The Golden Bauhinia

The Bauhinia is the flower of Hong Kong. The statue was built to celebrate Hong kong's return to China in 1997.

It is next to the Convention Centre in Wan Chai.


Central is the main business area in Hong Kong. You can see many famous buildings, such as, the Bank of China building, HSBC building and IFC 2.

IFC 2 is the third tallest building in the world and has 99 floors.

IFC 2 and other buildings in Central

Cheung Chau Island

Cheung Chau Island

Cheung Chau Island is a beautiful island. It is a great place to eat sea food or just relax on the beach.

You can visit the famous pirates cave and walk along the 'Mini Great wall of China'.

You should visit Cheung Chau during the Cheung Chau Bun Festival and watch people climb a tower of buns.

You can get to Cheung Chau by taking the outlying Island ferry from Central.

Tai O

Tai O is a small fishing village on Lantau Island.

You can take a boat tour and see the village house built on stilts. You can take a boat ride and see the famous Chinese white dolphins that live in the sea near Tai O. The boat ride costs $20 per person.

You can get to Tai O by taking a ferry to Mui Wo and then taking a bus.

Click the link to see a video of Tai O.

Chinese White Dolphins

Stilt Houses

Wong Tai Sin Temple

Wong Tai Sin Temple

Wong tai Sin Temple is the most famous temple in Hong kong. It is a Taoist Temple.

It was built in 1915.

People pray at the temple during Chinese New Year as they feel it will bring them good luck.

The temple is open from 7 am till 5.30 pm daily. Entrance is free.

Wong tai Sin Temple is in Wong Tai Sin you can get there by MTR.

Jumbo Kingdom

The Jumbo Kingdom is a floating resturant where you can try many kinds of Chinese food.

People like to visit it because the food is delicious and it has amazing views.

It is located near Aberdeen and you need to take a boat to get there.

The resturant is open for lunch and dinner.

Jumbo Floating Resturant

Open-top bus

The Big Bus Tour

If you want to see lots of the sights in Hong Kong you can take a tour bus. 'The Big Bus Company' has tours that run all over Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.

Day tickets cost $200 for adults and $150 for children. The ticket includes the use of the bus all day and tickets for the Peak Tram and Star Ferry.

Click here for the bus tour map. ©