Heritage Tour

Chinese clan heritage and European colonial history have shaped Hong Kong. There are a lot of Chinese temples, declared monuments and historical sites for people to go on a heritage tour. Tsui Sing Lau Pagoda in Tin Shui Wai and Clock Tower in Tsim Sha Tsui are the famous ones. For more meaningful places related to the culture and heritage of Hong Kong, please refer to the website of Hong Kong Tourism Board.


Outlying Islands

Enjoy a day off to visit the world's largest seated outdoor bronze Buddha and unique stilt houses in the traditional fishing village, Tai O, on Lautau Island. Or you can visit the most-populated fishing island in Hong Kong, Cheung Chau, where vehicles are restricted and the famous Cheung Po Tsai Cave is located. Other popular outlying islands for visitors include Lamma and Peng Chau.

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Take a ferry from the Outlying Islands Ferry Pier in Central


sky100 is one of the best tourist attraction for you to have a bird’s eye view of all breath-taking skyscrapers along the Victoria Harbour. This indoor observation deck is found on the 100/F Hong Kong’s tallest building – ICC (International Commerce Centre Tower). The ICC Light and Music Show, which was recognized as the largest light and sound show on a single building, will be staged every night at 7:45 and 9:00. You can download the “ICC Light and Music Show” smartphone app to  listen to the synchronized music and enjoy the live show.


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Take MTR to Kowloon Station Exit B


Besides Stanley Market, which was introduced in the "Shopping" chapter, there are other attractions worth visiting in Stanley. For example, Murray House is one of the oldest Western buildings in Hong Kong and the Military Cemetery is in memory of the allied soldiers and Hong Kong citizens who died in World War II.

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Take Bus 6 or 6A from Central Exchange Square