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Hong Kong - Sights & Landmarks

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Ranked #1 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks

CNN Ranks the Hong Kong Skyline #1 In its 2010 online publication of the worlds best 20 skylines, Hong Kong topped New York City as having the best skyline in the world, CNN... more »

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Ranked #2 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Architectural Buildings; Gardens

It will blow you away...... Just get on the metro and get off at Diamond Hill MTR Station on the Kwun Tong line. Outside you should see the signs to follow. The gardens are about... more »

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Ranked #3 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Sports Complexes; Landmarks
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Ranked #4 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
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Category: Historic Sites; Monuments/ Statues; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #5 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Observation Decks/ Towers; Trams
Owner description: Hong Kong's number one tourist destination features the Peak Tower and the Peak Tram, the city's oldest mode of public... more » Owner description: Hong Kong's number one tourist destination features the Peak Tower and the Peak Tram, the city's oldest mode of public transport. « less
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Ranked #6 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: A steep climb to reach, but efforts are rewarded with over 12,000 Buddhas both outside and inside the temple. There is no... more » Owner description: A steep climb to reach, but efforts are rewarded with over 12,000 Buddhas both outside and inside the temple. There is no admission fee. A small restaurant at the top offers refreshments, but bring your own water for the trail. « less
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Ranked #7 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Educational Sites; Gardens; Farms
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Ranked #8 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Wharfs/ Piers/ Boardwalks; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #9 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Observation Decks/ Towers; Trams; Lookouts
Owner description: Ngong Ping 360 is a dynamic new tourism experience, which combines a stunning 5.7km cable car journey with an impressive... more » Owner description: Ngong Ping 360 is a dynamic new tourism experience, which combines a stunning 5.7km cable car journey with an impressive cultural themed village and easy access to the Tian Tan Buddha Statue, the world's largest, seated, outdoor, bronze Buddha statue. « less
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Ranked #10 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #11 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Religious Sites; Islands; Monuments/ Statues
Owner description: Located on Lantau Island, this monastery features the Big Buddha (Tiantau), which is the largest, seated, outdoor bronze... more » Owner description: Located on Lantau Island, this monastery features the Big Buddha (Tiantau), which is the largest, seated, outdoor bronze Buddha in the world. « less
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Ranked #12 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #13 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Historic Walking Areas; Flea/ Street Markets
Owner description: Stanley is very different to other parts of Hong Kong, or completely different from what you think about Hong Kong. Stanley,... more » Owner description: Stanley is very different to other parts of Hong Kong, or completely different from what you think about Hong Kong. Stanley, located at the southern of Hong Kong island, is much more relaxed with beaches, hills and coves. You will find the western atmosphere in this small Chinese town. « less
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Ranked #14 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Observation Decks/ Towers; Landmarks

Sky100 is Hong Kong's answer to the Empire State building (NYC, USA), Taipei 101 (Taipei, Taiwan) and other observation platforms offering towering skyline views around the... more »

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Ranked #15 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Neighborhoods; Wharfs/ Piers/ Boardwalks
Owner description: This major tourist hub is complete with many shops and landmark, such as the Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower. Some call this area... more » Owner description: This major tourist hub is complete with many shops and landmark, such as the Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower. Some call this area Hong Kong's equivalent to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. « less
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Ranked #16 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Neighborhoods; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
The main party street on the island, packed with bars.
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Ranked #17 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Transportation
Owner description: 800-metre hillside escalator starts from Connaught Road Central, runs to the Hang Seng Bank Building on Des Voeux Road... more » Owner description: 800-metre hillside escalator starts from Connaught Road Central, runs to the Hang Seng Bank Building on Des Voeux Road Central, then passes through the Central Market and continues to climb past Hollywood Road to the prime Mid-levels residential district. The longest covered outdoor escalator system in the world. « less
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Ranked #18 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: Hong Kong’s most famous Taoist temple exemplifies the architecture of a traditional Chinese temple, and is a popular place of... more » Owner description: Hong Kong’s most famous Taoist temple exemplifies the architecture of a traditional Chinese temple, and is a popular place of worship for those with health or business problems or for those seeking to have their fortunes told. « less
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Ranked #19 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals; Landmarks
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Ranked #20 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Architectural Buildings; Observation Decks/ Towers; Landmarks
Owner description: Designed by I. M. Pei and L.C Pei, the Bank of China Tower is one of the most recognisable skyscrapers in Admiralty, Hong... more » Owner description: Designed by I. M. Pei and L.C Pei, the Bank of China Tower is one of the most recognisable skyscrapers in Admiralty, Hong Kong at 315 m (1,033.5 ft) high with two masts reaching 367.4 m (1,205.4 ft) high. It was the tallest building in Hong Kong and Asia from 1989 to 1992, and it was the first building outside North America to break the 305 m (1,000 ft) mark. « less
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Ranked #21 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Convention Centers; Monuments/ Statues
Owner description: This convention center is known for the Golden Bauhinia statue in front of it, a symbol of Hong Kong's independence from the... more » Owner description: This convention center is known for the Golden Bauhinia statue in front of it, a symbol of Hong Kong's independence from the British. « less
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Ranked #22 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Architectural Buildings; Malls
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Ranked #23 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Lookouts; Landmarks
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Ranked #24 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Bridges; Landmarks
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Ranked #25 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Malls; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Owner description: Time Square is the landmark of Causeway Bay, Here all roads lead to Time Square, one of Hong Kong's largest and most popular... more » Owner description: Time Square is the landmark of Causeway Bay, Here all roads lead to Time Square, one of Hong Kong's largest and most popular shopping centers and night entertainment places. « less
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Ranked #26 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Historic Walking Areas; Landmarks
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Ranked #27 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Wharfs/ Piers/ Boardwalks; Landmarks
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Ranked #28 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Flea/ Street Markets; Historic Walking Areas
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Ranked #29 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Antique Shops; Flea/ Street Markets; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Ranked #30 of 190 Sights & Landmarks in Hong Kong
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: The Man Mo Temple Compound on Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan comprising three blocks, namely Man Mo Temple, Lit Shing Kung and... more » Owner description: The Man Mo Temple Compound on Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan comprising three blocks, namely Man Mo Temple, Lit Shing Kung and Kung Sor, was built approximately between 1847 and 1862 by wealthy Chinese merchants. Man Mo Temple was built mainly for the worship of Man Cheong (God of Literature) and Mo Tai (God of Martial Arts). Lit Shing Kung was built for the worship of all heavenly gods. Kung Sor was used as a meeting place and for resolving matters related to the Chinese community in the area. The three blocks are separated by two alleys. The Temple was officially entrusted to Tung Wah Hospital with the enactment of the Man Mo Temple Ordinance in 1908. Even nowadays, the Directors of the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals and community celebrities still congregate in the Temple every year at the Autumn Sacrificial Rites to pay homage to Man Cheong and Mo Tai as well as to invoke prosperity of Hong Kong. The Temple has imperative historical and social values to the territory, representing the traditional social organization and religious practices of the Chinese community in old Hong Kong. Man Mo Temple is a two-hall-three-bay structure fronted by two granite drum platforms. A pair of screen doors is placed in the front hall. Following the traditional Chinese architectural layout, the rear hall housing the altars of the deities is a few steps higher than the front hall. Between the two halls is a covered courtyard flanked by two side chambers with humpbacked roofs. The courtyard is covered with a double-eaved hip-and-gable roof supported by four granite columns at the corners of the courtyard. Lit Shing Kung, which is attached to the left of Man Mo Temple, was originally a three-hall-two-courtyard structure. The two courtyards were later covered by steel roofs. Kung Sor is a simple one-hall structure. The historic granite doorframe on which the year of construction of Kung Sor can be found is still well preserved. The magnificent Man Mo Temple Compound is a fine example of traditional Chinese vernacular architecture. It is exquisitely decorated with ceramic figurines, granite carvings, wood carvings, plaster mouldings and murals, reflecting superb traditional craftsmanship. « less
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