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  • Aberdeen Fishing Village

    Aberdeen Fishing Village

    This is your chance to experience how to ride or stay in a sampan boat as the local fishermen did for the longest time. The ancient fishing port continues to preserve its ancient lifestyle and remains a scenic highlight of your Hong Kong tour.

    This quaint ...

  • Golden Bauhinia Square

    Golden Bauhinia Square

    Golden Bauhinia Square gets its name from the blooming Bauhinia (also known as Hong Kong orchid) sculpture that stands there. The sculpture was a gift from the Central Government on the 1997 Handover of Hong Kong to China after 150 years of British rule. This event is of great significance ...

    Landmark Cultural
  • Aberdeen Harbour

    Aberdeen Harbour

    One of the busiest harbours in Hong Kong is Aberdeen and it is extremely popular for its floating restaurants. Jumbo Floating Restaurant is the largest and most notable of all. The doublt-storeyed restaurant is not just a must-visit for its interesting location but also for the exclusive variety of seafood ...

    Places to see around Cultural
  • Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

    Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre is a very important part of Hong Kong Skyline and a major landmark in the city. Used for various purposes and events, the building enjoys a prime location on Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour. Better known as HKCEC, the building was voted Best Convention ...

  • Hong Kong University

    Hong Kong University

    Opening in 1911, Hong Kong University is housed inside the oldest building in the city. The main building of the campus has four courtyards which boast of beautiful tall pine trees. More than just a university, its campus is also home to the University Museum and Art Gallery, the oldest ...

    Cultural Museum
  • Colonial Duddell Street Steps

    Colonial Duddell Street Steps

    Colonial Duddell Street Steps is the place to check out the four remaining gas lights in Hong Kong. Built between 1875 and 1889, these steps have the gas lamps at the top and bottom. The glow of the lamps is so unique that tourists and visitors often visit the area ...

    Landmark Cultural
  • Noonday Gun

    Noonday Gun

    Noonday Gun’s claim to fame is Noel Coward song Mad Dogs and Englishmen . Located on the waterfront in Causeway Bay, the gun fires off every day at noon – a spectacle that you must not miss. The one-gun salute custom started when a Royal Naval Officer became annoyed at ...

  • Chinese New Year

    Chinese New Year

    Chinese New Year is the biggest festival in Hong Kong and sees the coming together of all people to celebrate their culture and the advent of the New Year. Starting towards the end of January, the celebrations go on for 15 days and include many old traditions, cultural festivities and ...

  • Hong Kong Arts Festival

    Hong Kong Arts Festival

    Hong Kong Arts Festival is a brilliant platform where creations from all over Asia are showcased. This year Hong Kong is celebrating the 42nd annual festival. There are displays and fascinating exhibits on music, dance, theatre and many other forms of arts.

    Festival Website: www.hk.artsfestival.org ...

  • Hong Kong Sevens

    Hong Kong Sevens

    Hong Kong Sevens is a premier rugby international tournament to which the cosmopolitan city of Hong Kong plays host. The first event took place in 1976 and since then, the best rugby teams from across the world gather here every March to partake in this prestigious sporting event. Over 40000 ...

  • Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival

    Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival

    Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival is all about partying, enjoyment and celebrations. World’s renowned dragon boat athletes participate in the grand race that takes place at the picturesque Victoria Harbour. People from all over the world gather to witness the spectacle and cheer the participants at this annual event. ...

  • Mid-Autumn Festival

    Mid-Autumn Festival

    Mid-Autumn Festival is also known as Moon Cakes Festival courtesy the moon cake pastries that are baked especially for this occasion. A lot of family get-togethers and feasts (to watch the full moon) happen during this time. People also go on parades carrying lanterns and share moon cakes (made of ...