Must go in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a big city. So there is to much to see and to go. Here’s a list of what you have to see in this sparkling city.

Victoria Harbor

“You haven’t been to Hong Kong if you haven’t been to Victoria Harbous”. This location is one of the top tourist attractions in Hong Kong. Here you can enjoy spectacular view of Hong Kong’s skyline. You can see the iconic buildings as the Bank of Chine, HSBC Building, the Convention Center or the IFC Two Tower.



Victoria Harbour at night Hong Kong


The Peak

If you have a few hours in Hong Kong you don’t want to miss the view in The Peak. Here you can enjoy the amazing view of the city.

Victoria Peak


Victoria Peak at night


The Avenue of Stars

The Avenue of Stars in Hong Kong is similar to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Located right along the Victoria Harbor, visitors can take a walk along this Avenue. Here are the achievements in the entertainment industry.

The Avenue of Stars


The Avenue of Stars at night


“A Symphony of Lights”

“A Symphony of Lights” is one of Hong Kong’s top sightseeing attractions and should be standing on top on your “Must See” list in this city. The show is a daily light, laser and sound spectacle that taking place in Victoria Harbour. This attraction won the “Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show” awrar by the Guinness World Records.

Amazing Symphony of Lights


A Symphony of Lights in Victoria Harbour


Sky 100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

This attraction was opened on April 17, 2011 and is located in the highest building in Hong Kong – The Internacional Commerce Center’s. The Sky 100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is the highest indoor observation in Hong Kong. Is located on the 100th floor of the ICC Building and have 360 degree views of Hong Kong, Victoria Harbor and the rest of the city.

Sky 100 Hong Kong view




The view of the Tower


The Big Budha

The Big Budha or Giant Buddha is located on Ngong Ping Lantau Island and is on of the top sightseeing attractions in Hong Kong. This statue have 34m (112 ft) and 250 metric tons. This big statue becomes the second largest outdoor sitting Buddha in the World because the biggest one is in Taiwan.

Big Buddha in Hong Kong


The Big Budha