๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ฐ Temple Street

Temple Street (Night Market), Hong Kong

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Temple street night market is the most famous night market and best place to enjoy street food in Hong Kong. It is already super cosy and busy during the day and from around 05:00 PM, Temple street turns into one big chain of market stalls and delicious food stalls. The brightly coloured neon lights of all the buildings and garlands of lights dance around you as hundreds of market stallholders try to sell their (funny) wares.  

Around the corner from Temple street you’ll find the Jade Market, where you can buy really anything made with jade during the day. Besides Temple street and Jade Market, you can also visit Goldfish Market, Ladies Market and many more. If you love markets and street food, Hong Kong is a great city!  

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๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ฐ Star Ferry

Star Ferry, Hong Kong

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The Star Ferry is a ferry and the most common way to get around between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. From both sides, several boats with names like Morning Star and Twinkling Star leave every 10 minutes to take you across the water. Along the way, you can enjoy unique views of Hong Kong Island’s skyscrapers and the beautiful nature on Kowloon.

Take the Star Ferry in the evening, just before: 08:00 PM and enjoy the beautiful light show (Symphony of Lights) that Hong Kong displays every night.

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๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ฐ Ngong Ping 360 (Cable car)

Ngong Ping 360 (Cable car), Hong Kong

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The best way to explore Lantau Island in Hong Kong is via the Ngong Ping 360 cable car. With a total length of 5.7 kilometres, this cable car takes you through the air from Tung Chung Town Centre to the mountain peak of Ngong Ping. The cable car takes about half an hour here. On the way, enjoy the turquoise ocean, green mountain peaks and, with good weather, the skyscrapers of downtown Hong Kong. Arriving at Ngong Ping Village, you have all kinds of souvenir shops and walk to the Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery within minutes.

Two different cabins are available for the cable car. The standard cabin and the crystal cabin, in this one the floor has been replaced by a glass variant, which really allows you to fully enjoy the beautiful views. It is a special experience and you can hardly get a better view of Lantau Island!

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๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ฐ Symphony of Lights

Symphony of Lights, Hong Kong

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Hong Kong’s Symphony of Lights has been named ‘World’s Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show’ by the Guiness Book of Records, and you don’t get that name for nothing. Every evening at 08:00 PM there is a beautiful free light show across Victoria Harbour. You can enjoy several skyscrapers, which come to life for 10 minutes with LED displays and lasers. 

By day, the monstrously tall buildings are already very impressive, but at night -once the lights come on- you are truly enchanted. The creations of light are truly breathtaking and definitely deserve to be viewed.

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๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ฐ Tian Tan Buddha

Tian Tan Buddha, Hong Kong

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On Lantau Island, you will find the Tian Tan Buddha statue, or the ‘Big Buddha’. The statue stands at Po Lin Monastery and symbolises the harmonious relationship between man and nature, man and faith. Po Lin Monastery is an important Buddhist centre in Hong Kong. The temple complex that houses the Tian Tan Buddha is definitely worth exploring in its entirety.  

The Tian Tan Buddha is a 34-metre-high bronze Buddha statue, which rises some 500 metres above sea level and can be seen from far away. This makes the Buddha the largest seated Buddha statue in the world. To get to the Buddha, you have to climb a long staircase to the mountaintop, where the Buddha sits on a large lotus flower. It’s no easy feat, but once at the top, the climb is 100% worth it!  

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๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ฐ Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak, Hong Kong

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For one of Hong Kong’s best and most beautiful views, you should definitely head to Victoria Peak. At over 550 metres high, Victoria Peak is Hong Kong Island’s highest point. Rumour has it that 200 hundred years ago, a notorious pirate Cheung Po Tsai lived in Victoria Peak. The now-famous Peak was his lookout where he could signal his men when a ship entered the port.

To get to Victoria Peak, it is best to take the Peak tram, which will take you to the viewing platform. The tram is an attraction in itself. Since 1888, the little train has been going up steeply in a few minutes. From the viewing platform, you have spectacular views of Hong Kong Island’s endless rows of skyscrapers and green hills.

If you are a real adventurer, then the Lung Fu Shan Morning Trail is highly recommended. The trail requires you to climb up via a never-ending path, but trust us, it’s not easy!

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