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Hong Kong is best known as a shoppers' paradise. There is, however, so much more to Hong Kong than shopping. Visitors can enjoy views of the city from high altitude, sample local food, celebrate festivals, watch sports competitions, and visit movie settings in the city.

Gaze across Hong Kong and Kowloon from The Peak

Hike up the Morning Trail to the Peak Galleria, where refreshments await — along with classic picture-postcard skyline views across both sides of Victoria Harbour. Alternatively, the Peak Tram offers a scenic sprint up to the top with stellar views along the way. For a different view, come at sunset when the sky erupts into brilliant reds before blinking back to life with a million lights below.

Tasty Local Dishes, and Food from All Over the World

Renowned as the culinary capital of Asia, Hong Kong is a world of exquisite, mouth-watering international dining options. The local dim sum and fresh seafood should definitely be sampled! Hong Kong’s local food is all well-prepared using fresh ingredients and has a pleasing appearance and light flavor. Compared with the food in some other places in China, which may have a strong taste or strange ingredients, Hong Kong’s food is more palatable and worth a try.

Resplendent Malls, Street Markets & Duty-Free Shops

Famed as a shoppers' paradise, Hong Kong offers a unique shopping experience. From trendy boutiques to traditional stores with Chinese products, from luxurious shopping malls to bustling street markets, you can find everything from the latest designer fashions and electronic products to best-value collectibles and antiques. Trendsetters from all over the world find Hong Kong to be Asia's best place for buying fashion clothes, electronic goods, watches, cosmetics and ornaments. In some duty-free stores and during the sales season, some goods are sold at prices cheaper than the prices where they were produced.

Colorful Nightlife

Don't miss the night fun in Hong Kong. You will find plenty of places to have some food, a drink, or other fun. The bars and pubs are concentrated in east Tsim Sha Tsui, Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai. Most restaurants, bars and other places of entertainment operate until the wee hours. You can alternatively take a night cruise at Victoria Harbour to enjoy the views and the Symphony of Lights. Of course, there are many other such possibilities.

Climb the steps up to the Big Buddha

Take a pilgrimage up the 268 steps to the Tian Tan Buddha, a 34-metre-tall bronze statue. While there, explore nearby Po Lin Monastery and elevate your experience by riding the Ngong Ping 360 cable car from Tung Chung for stellar views across Lantau Island’s hills and the glittering South China Sea.

China Highlights can offer you a hassle-free journey to Hong Kong. If you travel with us, you will enjoy a private tour with an experienced guide. You can discover Hong Kong all at your own pace.