Did you know that there are actually 263 islands that make up Hong Kong? However, the one that you’ll all probably be most interested in visiting is the largest and most famous one; Hong Kong Island itself!
Hong Kong is a unique place to visit as it’s not really a country or a city; it’s actually a Chinese administrative region which makes it one of the most unique places in the world!
There’s so much to see and do in Hong Kong and you won’t want to miss a single second of sightseeing while you’re there!
Whether you’re visiting for one week or one month, we’ve compiled a list of the 10 best free attractions in Hong Kong, as well as the top-rated paid attractions too!
Similarly to escaping the bustling city streets of New York in Central Park, Hong Kong Park provides a gentle oasis away from the vibrant lights and busy city life in Hong Kong.
While the park might not be huge in size, it does offer visitors to the city a relaxing place to enjoy an afternoon stroll, a lunchtime picnic or a visit to the aviary where you can see some of the world’s most exotic birds.
The park is also home...
Temple Street Night Market is a must-visit place in Hong Kong and it’s one of the best free attractions in the city.
While you could easily spend all of your holiday money at the many clothing, jade and antiques stalls, Temple Street Night Market is also the perfect place to soak up some truly Asian culture.
You’ll also find many fortune tellers and street performers and buskers throughout the bustling bazaar;...
Hong Kong’s ‘A Symphony of Lights” show holds the title as the “World’s largest permanent light and sound show” and is without a doubt one of the top free things to see in Hong Kong.
45 buildings along the Hong Kong skyline take part in the extravagant light performance at around 8pm every evening and it’s a symphony (pun intended!) of magical lighting and music.
The best places to view...
Avid hikers and backpackers will love this free activity in Hong Kong!
The relatively easy hike along Dragon’s Back provides remarkable views of the mountainous region in Hong Kong, as well as the numerous nearby islands.
Beginning at Cape Collinson Catholic Cemetery, the hike will take you up a steep incline for approximately half an hour before you reach the highest point where you’ll then walk along the rolling...
Chungking Mansions are one of the most alternative and one of the best free things to do in Hong Kong.
Inside the mysterious 17-storey complex, you’ll find a plethora of vast eateries and food market stalls with cuisines from all over the world, including Indian, African, Middle Eastern and Chinese delicacies.
The Mansions are also home to many towers, all housing numerous apartments, guesthouses, electronic shops and...
Located on the southern shore of Tsim Sha Tsui in Kowloon, the Clock Tower is one of Hong Kong’s most historic buildings.
Standing at an impressive 44-metres high, the Clock Tower is Hong Kong’s very own version of Big Ben and it’s a stop that you’ll definitely want to have on your Hong Kong itinerary.
Even though you can no longer access the building, it’s still one of the best free attractions in...