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17 of Hong Kong's Most Beautiful Places

Hong Kong is a beautiful place, boasting a balance of natural splendour and metropolitan madness. Here are some of the city's most spectacular locales.


Sky 100

Contained within Hong Kong's tallest sky-scraper on the hundredth floor, this incredible observation deck boasts unparalleled views and is located amidst luxurious hotel apartments in Hong Kong has to offer such as Citadines Harbourview Hong Kong.


Dragon's Back

This breath-taking mountain-top nature trail received its name since it resembles a dormant dragon laying on top of a mountain when viewed from above.


Big Buddha

This 34-metre high goliath of a statue situates itself with a humble pose amidst the lush mountains of Lantau Island.


Tai Lam Country Park

The second largest of its kind in Hong Kong, this park offers an escape into natural serenity.


Kowloon Park

Developed into a park in the 1970s, this tranquil locale used to contain the British Army's Whitfield Barracks.


Wan Chai

Laden with heritage sites, eclectic bars, and various tram-lines, Wan Chai is an escape into another reality.


Sai Wan Swimming Shed

The last of its kind, this swimming shed is situated at the western-most tip of Hong Kong island.


Cape D'Aguilar Light-House

One of Hong Kong's oldest light-house structures and built in 1875. This light-house is located at South-Eastern tip of Hong Kong island on the Shek-O peninsula.


Dai Pai Dong

These iconic open-air eateries that were once bountiful in Hong Kong are now a scarcity due to strict food-hygiene regulations, with only 28 official outlets in operation.


Asia Society

Currently used as an intellectual hub, these picturesque buildings were once built and used by the British Military.


Shek O Village

Located at Hong Kong's surfing jewel, known as Big-Wave Bay, this village presents itself an absolutely breath-taking sight when viewed from the top of the nearby Dragon's Back trail.


Tsing Ma Bridge

Currently the ninth longest bridge in the world, this mega-structure connects the islands of Tsing Yi and Ma Wan.


Ung Kong Group

Featuring stunning natural murals, the three islands collectively known as the Ung Kong Group are found off the South-Eastern coast of Hong Kong.


Happy Valley Race-Course

A world-class venue for horse-racing ever since its' opening in 1846, this gorgeous venue is located amidst the glamorous buildings of metropolitan Hong-Kong.


Mong Kok

Once upon a time, Hong Kong used to be infamous for her ocean of neon-lights. If you'd like to get a glimpse of this side of Hong Kong, there's no better place than Mong Kok.


Cheung-Chau Bun Festival

A most unique celebration in Hong Kong, where the main event features massive towers which are covered in buns. Young men race up the towers to catch the highest bun they can. The higher the bun, the better the luck.


Victoria Harbour

This place is known to be the most photographed place in all of Hong Kong. Regardless of how many times one has gazed upon the beauty of this place, the wonders of Victoria Harbour never cease to amaze.

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