Hong Kong, which is renowned as the Events Capital of Asia, has developed into one of the world's top financial centres. Beyond the dynamicity of economic activities, there are many other exciting experiences galore within easy reach. Apart from the huge range of Asian and Western cuisine on offer, not to mention tax-free shops and markets, visitors can explore back lanes or admire the architecture and contrasts of heritage and contemporary buildings nestled side-by-side.
Asia’s world city is bursting with enough retail options to keep bargain-hunters weighed down with shopping bags. Whether you’re a ‘mallster’ or a market hound, there’s plenty to choose from in Asia’s world city. Explore more
Themed Parks & Attractions
Make Hong Kong a playground for your whole family with the thrills, spills, oohs and ahhs of our themed attractions. Explore more
As a compact city with more than 14,000 restaurants, Hong Kong could be described as a dining district in itself. Where to go? Culinary discoveries can be made just about anywhere in the city. Explore more
Citylife and cityscapes – Hong Kong is the ultimate urban destination. But contrast is never far away. Nor are the outlying islands, quaint villages, sandy beaches and undulating mountain paths. Take a break from the hustle and dazzle to explore the real wild side of Asia's world city!
Featured hiking and cycling routes are some of Hong Kong’s most popular, as they are no more than a couple hours from the city’s teeming downtown. Explore more
Taoist temples and Edwardian edifices nestle between skyscrapers, people trade on international markets and light incense to bodhisattvas, vestiges of Chinese clan heritage and European colonial history sit side by side — discover the cultural contrasts that have shaped Hong Kong.
For those with a more restful inclination, take a trip across the harbor at night to take in the amazing harbor view on the Star Ferry, an iconic and much-loved ferry between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, and travel the length of Hong Kong Island on the world’s last remaining double decker trams. Explore more
Hong Kong Tourism Board