Hong Kong Island



The size is only 80 Square Kilometers, but it is the heart of Hong Kong.

On the Island's north, from Central to Causeway Bay are the shopping, entertainment and commercial districts. Whereas the Southern District is the backyard of Hong Kong where you can find nice beaches, cafes and markets.

The Peak


The Peak is the top attraction of Hong Kong, as it offers one of the best night view in the world!

The Peak Tram will take you to The Peak, where you can find the Peak Tower, viewing deck, shopping center, restaurants and exhibition halls etc...



Central has some top high-end shopping malls and it is the CBD of Hong Kong.

The high-end shopping malls are The Landmark and Prince's Building. Pubs and restaurants are located in Lan Kwai Fong and SoHo, and Hollywood Road is the antique street...



Admiralty's Pacific Place is one of the top shopping mall.

Hong Kong Park is a very nice park in the middle of the concrete jungle. It housed the Museum of Tea Ware, Conservatory and Aviary etc. It is centainly a place to escape from the bustling city...

Wan Chai


At Wan Chai's Golden Bauhinia Square and HK Convention and Exhibition Centre New Wing, the national flag hoisting ceremony is held every morning.

Wan Chai also has two major Computer Centres of Hong Kong

Causeway Bay


Causeway Bay is Hong Kong's shopping, gourmet and entertainment center.

This area has numerous Hong Kong-style and Japanese-style department stores, such as Times Square and Sogo, Mitsukoshi etc. Of course, remember not to miss the restaurants on the streets!...

Southern District


Southern District is where Hong Kong people goes on the weekend (if they do not shop!) It has nice beaches such as the Repulse Bay or Deep Water Bay, or the famous Stanley Market and theme park Ocean Park etc...