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Facts about Hong Kong

  1. The population of Hong Kong numbers more than 7 million people.
  2. Hong Kong International Airport is the world's busiest cargo airport.
  3. The bronze Big Buddha located on Lantau Island, one of the famous Hong Kong landmark and it is one of the world’s largest seated Buddhas and is 34 metres high.
  4. Tsing Ma Bridge is the world's 11th-longest span suspension bridge, 2,160 metres long.
  5. In Hong Kong are some of the most famous skyscrapers in the world.
  6. Hong Kong has the highest numbers of Rolls-Royce and Mercedes cars.
  7. Hong Kong is the birthplace of Chinese martial arts films.
  8. Hong Kong International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world according to international passenger traffic.
  9. It is the world's most expensive place to buy a home.
  10. The Peak Tram is the first cabled funicular in Asia.
  11. Hong Kong is one of the richest cities in the world.
  12. Hong Kong has more skyscrapers than any other city in the world.

Peak Tram Hong Kong

Beaches in Hong Kong

  1. Repulse Bay Beach
  2. Hung Shing Yeh Beach
  3. Big Wave Bay, Hong Kong Island
  4. Sheko Beach
  5. Ham Tin Wan Beach
  6. Turtle Cove Beach
  7. Cheung Chau Windsurf Beach
  8. Stanley Beach
  9. Golden Beach

Victoria Peak in Hong Kong

Films set in Hong Kong

  1. The Dark Knight, 2008
  2. Enter the Dragon, 1973
  3. Die Another Day, 2002
  4. The Killer, 1989
  5. Chungking Express, 1994
  6. The World of Suzie Wong, 1960
  7. Dumplings, 2004
  8. Infernal Affairs, 2002
  9. Push, 2009
  10. In The Mood For Love, 2000
  11. Project A, 1983
  12. Contagion, 2011
  13. Police Story, 1985

Walking in Hong Kong

Festivals and Events in Hong Kong

  1. Spring Lantern Festival
  2. Cheung Chau Bun Festival
  3. Ching Ming Festival
  4. Chung Yeung Festival
  5. Hong Kong Rugby Sevens
  6. Birthday of the Buddha
  7. Hong Kong Arts Festival
  8. Chinese Lunar New Year
  9. Tuen Ng Festival
  10. Hungry Ghost Festival
  11. Hong Kong Summer Spectacular
  12. Birthday of Tin Hau
  13. Mid Autumn Festival / Moon Festival
  14. Christmas
  15. Hong Kong International Film Festival
  16. Halloween
  17. New Year's Eve
  18. Hong Kong Summer Pop Music Festival
  19. Man Literary Festival

Hong Kong Night Skyline

Things to Do in Hong Kong

  1. See the view of Hong Kong skyscrapers from Victoria Peak.
  2. Escape to the beach around Hong Kong.
  3. Try Street Food in Mong Kok and in more places.
  4. Ride the Star Ferry across Victoria Harbor.
  5. Visit the Historic Temples.
  6. Take a Tai Chi Class.
  7. Visit the Hong Kong Stars.
  8. Climb to the Top of Big Buddha.
  9. Enjoy a Day Trip to Macau from Hong Kong.
  10. Ride the the Hong Kong Tramways or Ding Ding, one of the earliest forms of public transport.
  11. Walk 430 steps with Ten Thousand Buddhas.
  12. Charter a junk boat.
  13. Visit and explore the outer islands.
  14. Tram up to The Peak, the best way to enjoy the ultimate Peak.
  15. Explore Lantau Island.
  16. Enjoy a day of fun at one of Hong Kong's most loved theme parks, the Ocean Park.

7 reasons to use the Hong Kong Tramways

Tours in Hong Kong

  1. Best of Macau, Full Day Tour from Hong Kong.
  2. Hong Kong Horse Racing .
  3. Kowloon Street Food Tour.
  4. Lantau Island Monastery Tour with Ngong Ping Cable Car.
  5. Hong Kong Island Tour.
  6. Hong Kong TramOramic Tour.
  7. Symphony of Lights Hong Kong Victoria Harbour Cruise.
  8. Hong Kong Disneyland.
  9. Lantau Island Visiting and Giant Buddha.

Tramway and Wet Market at Chun Yeung Street, Hong Kong

Largest islands in Hong Kong

  1. Lantau Island
  2. Hong Kong Island
  3. Lamma Island
  4. Chek Lap Kok
  5. Tsing Yi Island
  6. Kau Sai Chau
  7. Po Toi
  8. Cheung Chau
  9. Tung Lung Chau
  10. Crooked Island
  11. Wong Wan Chau (Double Island)
  12. Hei Ling Chau
  13. Tap Mun Chau (Grass Island)
  14. Ap Lei Chau
  15. Tai A Chau
  16. Ping Chau
  17. Peng Chau
  18. Ma Wan

The 5 Tallest Skyscrapers in Hong Kong

Tallest buildings in Hong Kong

  1. International Commerce Centre 484 m
  2. Two International Finance Centre 416 m
  3. Central Plaza 374 m
  4. Bank of China Tower 367 m
  5. The Centre 346 m
  6. Nina Tower 320 m
  7. One Island East 298 m
  8. Cheung Kong Centre 283 m
  9. The Cullinan North Tower 270 m
  10. The Cullinan South Tower 270 m
  11. The Masterpiece 261 m
  12. Sorrento 1 256 m
  13. Langham Place Office Tower 255 m
  14. Highcliff 252 m
  15. The Harbourside 251 m
  16. Manulife Plaza 240 m
  17. Sorrento 2 236 m
  18. The Harbourfront Landmark 233 m
  19. The Arch 231 m
  20. Cosco Tower 228 m
  21. The Belcher's Tower 5 227 m
  22. The Belcher's Tower 6 227 m
  23. Hopewell Centre 222 m
  24. The Belcher's Tower 1 221 m
  25. The Belcher's Tower 2 221 m
  26. Tregunter 3 220 m
  27. The Summit 220 m
  28. Grand Promenade 2–5 219 m
  29. Sorrento 3 218 m
  30. LOHAS Park Phase 2B Le Prime Towers 215 m
  31. Sun Hung Kai Centre 215 m
  32. The Belcher's Tower 3 214 m
  33. The Belcher's Tower 8 214 m
  34. Island Shangri-La 213 m
  35. Victoria Towers 1 213 m
  36. Victoria Towers 2 213 m
  37. Victoria Towers 3 213 m
  38. Shining Heights 213 m
  39. Sorrento 5 212 m
  40. Indi Home 212 m
  41. One International Finance Centre 210 m
  42. LOHAS 1 The Capitol Tower 1 210 m
  43. LOHAS 1 The Capitol Tower 2 210 m
  44. LOHAS 3 The Capitol Tower 1 210 m
  45. LOHAS 3 The Capitol Tower 2 210 m
  46. Grand Promenade 1 209 m
  47. Grand Promenade 6 209 m
  48. MetroPlaza Tower 2 209 m
  49. The Hermitage 1–3 207 m
  50. One Silversea 1-8 207 m
  51. Sorrento 6 206 m
  52. LOHAS 1 The Capitol Tower 3 206 m
  53. LOHAS 1 The Capitol Tower 5 206 m
  54. LOHAS 2C Le Splendeur Towers 9–11 206 m
  55. Bellagio Tower 1–5 206 m
  56. Citibank Plaza 206 m
  57. May House 206 m
  58. Metro Town Tower 1 205 m
  59. Metro Town Tower 2 205 m
  60. Four Seasons Place 205 m
  61. Hysan Place 204 m

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Currency:Hong Kong dollar (HKD)
Time Zone:(UTC+8)
Calling Code:+852
Official languages:Chinese and English
Officially:Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China
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Sightseeing in Hong Kong

Victoria Peak


Sightseeing in Hong Kong

Sightseeing in Hong Kong

Victoria Harbour, situated between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, Avenue of Stars, a sidewalk on the shore of Victoria Bay, Skyline and Symphony of Lights, Victoria Peak, one of the most popular attractions, Tian Tan Buddha, a large bronze statue of Buddha, St. John's Cathedral, the oldest Anglican church, Viewpoint Lionsgate, Hong Kong … Sightseeing in Hong Kong

Address: The Peak, Hong Kong

Temples in Hong Kong

Temples in Hong Kong


Temples in Hong Kong

Temples in Hong Kong

The Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery, Che Kung Temple at Sha Tin, Chi Lin Nunnery Temple, Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple, Kwun Yam Shrine and Tin Hau Temple … Temples in Hong Kong

Museums in Hong Kong

Museums in Hong Kong


From Hong Kong Island to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum 14 min (7.0 km) by google maps.

Museums in Hong Kong

Museums in Hong Kong

Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Victoria Tower, Hong Kong Maritime Museum at Central Ferry Pier 8, Peak Tram Historical Gallery, Madness 3D Adventure, Victoria Tower, Hong Kong Museum of History … Museums in Hong Kong

Street Markets and Shopping Streets in Hong Kong

Street Markets and Shopping Streets in Hong Kong


Temple Street Night Market

Street Markets and Shopping Streets in Hong Kong

Street Markets and Shopping Streets in Hong Kong, Temple Street Night Market, clothing, souvenirs, jade, antiques, Shanghai Street, kitchenware … Street Markets & Shopping Streets

Transportation in Hong Kong

Transportation in Hong Kong


From Hong Kong Island to Shau Kei Wan Terminus 13 min (10.2 km) by google maps.

Hong Kong offers an array of transportation options and many choices of airport transportation. Hong Kong Trams, Boats and Ferries, Central–Mid-Levels escalator and walkway system, Taxis, MTR, Buses and Mini-Buses, Airport Express (MTR).

Transportation in Hong Kong

Transportation in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Airport Express, Airport rail link, Hong Kong International Airport HKG, Chek Lap Kok, MTR Mass Transit Railway, Hong Kong Metro, Double-decker Citybus, Get Around Hong Kong by Bus … Transportation in Hong Kong

Parks and Theme Parks in Hong Kong

Parks in Hong Kong


Cheung Kong Park

Parks and Theme Parks in Hong Kong

Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park, a waterfront park in the Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong Zoological & Botanical Gardens, Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong Ocean Park, Cheung Kong Park, Ngong Ping 360, on Lantau Island in Hong Kong, Kowloon Park … Parks and Theme Parks in Hong Kong

Skyscrapers and famous buildings in Hong Kong

International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong


Skyscrapers and famous buildings in Hong Kong

Skyscrapers and famous buildings in Hong Kong

With over 7,840 high-rise buildings, Hong Kong is the number one city with the most tallest skyscrapers in the world, 316 buildings over 150 m … Skyscrapers and famous buildings in Hong Kong

Address: Central and Kowloon in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Street Scenes

Hong Kong Street Scenes

Street Scenes, Photos and Videos from Hong Kong Island and Kowloon … Hong Kong Street Scenes

To walk in the streets of Hong Kong it is a great expericnce to see the local life and the street markets with various kinds of goods, a worth visit.

Hong Kong Travel Videos

Hong Kong Travel Videos & Skyscrapers

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Hong Kong Skyscrapers

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