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    There is just so much to do and see in Hong Kong, it’s hard to know where to start… especially if you’ve never visited before. We’ve got you covered. Here is our suggested itinerary for a four day visit.

    Day 1:


    • Victoria Peak, Hong Kong Island: Take the new tram to the top and marvel at the panoramic views of the city skyline, the harbor, and surrounding mountains for a breathtaking introduction to Hong Kong’s iconic scenery.
    • Star Ferry from Central Pier on Hong Kong Island to Tsim Sha Tsui: Enjoy a leisurely ride on this historic ferry that has been connecting Hong Kong Island and Kowloon for over a century, and take in the stunning views of the city from the water.
    • Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade in Kowloon: Stroll along this picturesque waterfront promenade and soak up the lively atmosphere, the colourful lights, and the splendid views of Hong Kong Island across the harbor.
    • International Commerce Centre in West Kowloon: This iconic skyscraper is not only the tallest building in Hong Kong, but also home to some of the city’s finest restaurants, luxury hotels, and exclusive shops, as well as an observation deck with stunning views.


    • Ozone: Head to the 118th floor of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel for drinks and breathtaking views of the city from one of the highest bars in the world.
    • “A Symphony of Lights” – Victoria Harbour: At 8pm each evening, watch the mesmerizing Symphony of Lights show, where the city skyline is illuminated with a dazzling display of lights and lasers set to music.
    • Knutsford Terrace and Observatory Court in Tsim Sha Tsui: This vibrant and eclectic street in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui is packed with restaurants, bars, and shops, and offers a unique blend of cultures, cuisines, and entertainment.

    Day 2:


    • Ngong Ping, Lantau Island: Take the cable car to this cultural village and explore the Big Buddha statue and Po Lin Monastery.
    • Mui Wo and Silver Mine Bay Beach, Lantau Island: Relax on the beach, go for a swim, or take a stroll in this charming fishing village.
    • Cheung Sha Beach and Pui O Beach, Lantau Island: These pristine beaches are great for water sports, sunbathing, and hiking.


    • Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong Island: This popular nightlife area is known for its lively atmosphere, bars, and restaurants.
    • SoHo (South of Hollywood Road), Central, Hong Kong Island: This trendy area is home to art galleries, antique shops, and stylish restaurants.

    Day 3


    • Hong Kong Museum of History, Kowloon: Learn about Hong Kong’s rich history and culture through interactive exhibits and artifacts.
    • Explore a local neighbourhood – Sham Shui Po, Kowloon. Explore this colourful district from historical landmarks to creative new design stores, bustling shopping streets to beloved eateries.


    • Enjoy a night in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island. Night time shopping, dinner from around the world and rooftop drinks.

    Day 4:


    • Explore West Kowloon Cultural District. West Kowloon Cultural District is a growing arts and cultural hub with performance and exhibition centres, green open spaces, and a waterfront promenade perfect for enjoying sunset views and evening strolls. It is currently home to four exciting new cultural venues, with more opening in the near future.


    • Temple Street Night Market, Kowloon: Browse the stalls for souvenirs, street food, and other bargains.
    • Ladies’ Market, Kowloon: Shop for clothes, accessories, and souvenirs at this bustling street market.

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