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Hong Kong is an autonomous territory, formerly a British colony, in the south east of China. Not only is it extremely popular as a stopover, but the colonial city is also a great holiday destination for extended stays. Find an incredible mix of modern skyscrapers with renowned architectures, colonial buildings and traditional Chinese temples. Bargain hunters will find retail haven in various departmental stores, high-end shops and night markets. Sightseeing, attractions and tourist spots in Hong Kong are endless. Some of the best cuisines are found on both Kowloon and Hong Kong island.


Macau is a separate autonomous territory, slightly south west of Hong Kong, and was a Portuguese colony until 1999. It is easily reachable from Hong Kong either as a day trip or an add-on; the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge is the longest sea crossing in the world and allows easy access between the two by bus in only 45 minutes (don't forget your passport!). Alternatively, take the ferry across for a more scenic view (just one hour).

While Macau's main draw for tourists is its world-famous casinos, there is also a fascinating range of historic sites to discover, boasting a unique mix of Chinese and Portuguese colonial heritage. Be sure to visit the ruins of St Paul's Cathedral as well as Senado Square to see this extraordinary clash of east and west for yourself.


Hong Kong Tourist Attractions & Spots

  • Take the tram car to Victoria Peak for spectacular views over the city, harbour & mountains. The Sky Terrace 428 offers 360 degree panoramic views, the perfect place to catch a city sunset or sunrise. You will also find an amazing range of restaurants and shops up there, as well as Madame Tussaud's Hong Kong, where you will be sure to get some fun selfies!
  • Enjoy a meal on a floating restaurant in Aberdeen Harbour - either the smaller Tai Pak, or the bigger Jumbo Restaurant, which can hold up to 2,000 diners. Both are decorative multi-storey structures, covered in dragons and red and gold decorations - the traditional imperial Chinese style.
  • Find a bargain in the many lively markets such as the Ladies Night market in Mongkok, where you will find an extensive range of clothing, souvenirs and many more bargains. 
  • Take the family sightseeing at Ocean Park, an incredible theme park complete with rides, tours, shows, world-class aquarium and giant pandas.
  • Take a sightseeing cruise to Lantau Island at the mouth of the Pearl River, and see the tallest, outdoor, giant, bronze Buddha. The Lantau Trail offers amazing hiking opportunities, with famous sunrise views at the peak.
  • Ride the catamaran to Macau and try your luck at one of the casinos
  • Spend a day at Hong Kong Disneyland