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Hong Kong Day Trip: 18 Best Attractions and Itinerary You Must Not Missed

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What places are worth visiting on a day trip to Hong Kong?

If you have a holiday next month and you can choose any place in Hong Kong to plan a full-day trip, which places will you plan to go? Maybe you will choose to go to the suburbs of Hong Kong to experience Hong Kong’s natural environment. Or you can stay in the urban area of Hong Kong and experience the pulse of Hong Kong city. However, besides the above two options, have you ever thought about more different possibilities?

In today’s article, we have prepared for you a list of attractions, itineraries, and different travel discounts suitable for one-day trips to Hong Kong. It includes some one-day tours to Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula, some one-day tours focusing on food and shopping, and some scenic spots in the suburbs of Hong Kong, allowing you to deeply explore the different aspects of Hong Kong. itinerary. Whether you are traveling to Hong Kong for the first time or you have been a resident of Hong Kong for a long time, maybe you will find a different side of Hong Kong by following the recommended itinerary list below.

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Arrange a day trip to Hong Kong Island

Which places on Hong Kong Island are suitable for you to arrange a day trip? For example, you can choose to go to Central, visit the old streets and old buildings in Central on the same day, and then go to a restaurant in a high-end shopping mall in Central to have dinner , experience two completely different aspects of Hong Kong at once. Or you can choose to take Hong Kong’s unique mountain cable car to the Victoria Peak in Hong Kong to enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor, and then set off to the nearby hiking trail to experience the fun of climbing in the city.

On the other hand, if you want to explore the old streets of Hong Kong in depth, you can take the double-decker tram to Hong Kong's residential areas. For example, the "Monster Building" in the East District of Hong Kong Island and the "Seafood Street" in Sheung Wan are places where you can experience the life of ordinary Hong Kong people.

Explore Central

Central is the busiest area among all districts in Hong Kong. It is also an area where people from different walks of life, different types of restaurants, and different types of shops gather in Hong Kong. If you set off from the Central MTR station at 09:00 on a weekday morning, you will meet local Hong Kong people working hard, Hong Kong-style tea restaurants that provide the most authentic Hong Kong-style milk tea, Hong Kong historical buildings one after another, and The Mid-Levels area of Central where you can experience leisurely life. It is worth mentioning: Don’t forget to board the escalator in Mid-Levels Central, otherwise you will have to spend a lot of effort to reach the scenic spots in Mid-Levels Central.

More information on attractions in Central: 15 Things to Do in Central Hong Kong: Local Attractions/Local Food/Authentic Travel Experience

Hotel accommodation recommendations: Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong / Stone Street Hotel, Central, Hong Kong / SLEEEP – HKG.Sheung Wan (Gough St.)

Things to Do in Central Central Things to Do in Central
There are many different types of attractions in Central, which are very suitable for you to plan a day trip. (Click on the image to learn more)
Hong Kong Attractions Central Attractions Central Mid-Levels Escalators
On the day you visit Central, be sure to board the escalator leading to the Mid-Levels area of Central. (Click on the image to learn more)
IFC Mall, Central, Hong Kong
IFC in Central is a large shopping mall with many high-end fashion stores. (Click on the image to learn more)

Victoria Peak, Hong Kong

If you want to enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong from the best angle, you can climb to the highest point of Hong Kong Island - Victoria Peak, so you can enjoy the night view of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula at once. In addition to enjoying the night view at Victoria Peak in Hong Kong, you can also try the specialty restaurants at Victoria Peak in Hong Kong, and take some time to experience the hiking trails at Victoria Peak in Hong Kong. After visiting all the scenic spots on Victoria Peak, then taking the Peak Tram back to the city of Hong Kong is the perfect one-day trip.

More information about Victoria Peak attractions in Hong Kong: Victoria Peak Hong Kong: Complete Guide to the BEST Spot in Hong Kong
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Hong Kong Peak-Victoria Harbor Night View
As long as you climb to the top of Victoria Peak in Hong Kong, you can enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor from the best angle. (Click on the image to learn more)
Hong Kong Peak Tram
Hong Kong Victoria Peak Cable Car itself is also a very popular attraction, so don’t forget to buy tickets. (Click on the image to learn more)
Recommended Transportation in Hong Kong-Hong Kong Island Attractions-Peak Tram

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Take a double-decker tram through the streets of Hong Kong

If you want to explore some of Hong Kong’s old streets and buildings in depth, taking a double-decker tram to the residential areas of Hong Kong Island should be your best choice. The biggest difference between double-decker trams and ordinary street trams is that you can enjoy the street scenery of Hong Kong from another angle on the upper level of the tram. For example, you can more easily see the design of Hong Kong streets and the signboards within reach on the upper level of the tram.

Another feature of Hong Kong’s double-decker trams is that the fares are very cheap. It is best to take the tram to different areas such as Sheung Wan, North Point, and "Monster Building". You can get off at will to take souvenir photos, and then set off to the next attraction.

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Hong Kong Traffic Hong Kong Tram Hong Kong Island Tour
On the upper level of the tram, you can have the opportunity to see another kind of Hong Kong street scenery. (Click on the image to learn more)
Hong Kong Tram Hong Kong Traffic
Only on the upper level of the tram can you feel how close the trams are to each other. (Click on the image to learn more)
The Monster Building in Quarry Bay, Hoi Shan House
Take the double-decker tram to Monster Mansion. (Click on the image to learn more)
Seafood, Ginseng, Antlers and Bird’s Nest Street in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Take the double-decker tram to Sheung Wan Seafood Street. (Click on the image to learn more)
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Arrange a day trip to Kowloon Peninsula

The Kowloon Peninsula is another very popular tourist area in Hong Kong. Especially in the areas of Tsim Sha Tsui, Mong Kok, and Yau Ma Tei, there are many historical buildings, 5-star hotels, large shopping malls, and different types of restaurants waiting for you to stay. you. On the other hand, Tsim Sha Tsui Pier is also the best place to enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor. If you don’t plan to go to Tsim Sha Tsui this time, you will definitely miss the most beautiful night view of Victoria Harbor.

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Explore Tsim Sha Tsui

In Hong Kong a long time ago, Tsim Sha Tsui was already the most important transportation hub on the Kowloon Peninsula. It was also an area with many large shopping malls and high-end hotels. Nowadays, Tsim Sha Tsui is the area with the most 5-star hotels and the most large shopping malls in Hong Kong. If you want to spend a large budget and get the highest level of enjoyment, Tsim Sha Tsui will be the place you must go.

More information on Tsim Sha Tsui attractions: 25 Things to do in Tsim Sha Tsui

Hotel accommodation recommendations: Rosewood Hong Kong / Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel / Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui / Park Hotel Hong Kong

Hong Kong Attractions Tsim Sha Tsui Attractions Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower Hong Kong Space Museum
Different types of historical buildings can be found everywhere in Tsim Sha Tsui. (Click on the image to learn more)
Good Places in Tsim Sha Tsui Attractions in Tsim Sha Tsui Canton Road Brand Store DIOR CHANEL
If you want to buy designer handbags and high-end clothing, Tsim Sha Tsui has many specialized stores of international high-end clothing brands. (Click on the image to learn more)
Tsim Sha Tsui Chungking Mansions Tsim Sha Tsui Attractions
Chungking Mansions, located in Tsim Sha Tsui, is an attraction where you can experience the cultures of different countries. (Click on the image to learn more)

Enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor from the best angle

If you want to take a photo with the most beautiful night view of Victoria Harbor, you must go to Tsim Sha Tsui Pier. Because many years ago, Tsim Sha Tsui Pier has been selected as the best place to enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor. Mainly because from Tsim Sha Tsui Pier, you can see the entire coastline of Hong Kong Island and the skyscrapers of Hong Kong Island one after another. In addition, "A Symphony of Lights" will be performed on the Tsim Sha Tsui Pier at 20:00 every night, giving you the opportunity to see a different side of those skyscrapers.

A Symphony of Lights
"A Symphony of Lights" will be staged on time every night in Victoria Harbor. (Click on the image to learn more)

Head to the specialty shopping streets of Kowloon Peninsula

In addition to Tsim Sha Tsui, there are many areas on the Kowloon Peninsula where local Hong Kong people live. There are also many unique shopping streets worth experiencing. For example, the Fruit Wholesale Market and Kitchenware Street in Yau Ma Tei allow you to buy the freshest fruits of the day and different styles of kitchenware. If you want to buy some unique souvenirs, you might find something new here.

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Hong Kong Yau Ma Tei fruit bar
Fruit wholesale market in Yau Ma Tei. (Click on the image to learn more)
Shanghai Street, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong-Kitchenware Street
Kitchen supplies street in Yau Ma Tei. (Click on the image to learn more)

Arrange a day trip to the New Territories

The New Territories area of Hong Kong is often called the back garden of Hong Kong, because it only takes one hour to take the MTR to reach one country park after another and arrange an itinerary to enjoy the natural environment. On the other hand, the New Territories is also home to many hiking trails and coastal reserves. Whether you want to go hiking or experience the bay, there is always a place suitable for you to arrange a day trip.

Explore the natural scenery on the outskirts of Sai Kung

Sai Kung, located in the eastern part of the New Territories, is a very suitable place for arranging outdoor adventure itineraries. For example, you can go to different hiking trails from Sai Kung Country Park, climb mountains to enjoy the endless sea views, or go to Po Bien Chau in Sai Kung to admire the huge rocks left by nature. If your only impression of Hong Kong is skyscrapers and shopping malls, then you must arrange a day to visit these two attractions. Maybe you will fall in love with it.

Sai Kung Country Park
A country park located in Sai Kung District. (Click on image to enlarge)
Po Pin Chau, Sai Kung
Hexagonal stone pillars at Po Pin Chau, Sai Kung. (Click on image to enlarge)

Explore Lantau Island

In addition to Sai Kung, Lantau Island also has many scenic spots suitable for enjoying natural scenery. Among them, Ngong Ping and Tai O are the most popular and most convenient to visit. You can arrange a day trip to these two places to experience the Ngong Ping 360 cable car, visit the Big Buddha, visit the fishing village, and visit the cats all at once. In addition, Lantau Island also has many hiking trails, beaches, and Disneyland, which are basically enough for you to arrange a long weekend vacation here.

More information about Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car: Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car: Ticket Price, Opening Hours, Recommended Attractions
More information about Tai O Fishing Village: Tai O Hong Kong: A Day Trip to Explore the Traditional Fishing Village

Accommodation recommendations: Regal Airport Hotel / Novotel Citygate Hong Kong / The Silver Hotel Hong Kong - MGallery Collection / Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel

Ngong Ping 360 cable car standard cabin crystal cabin panoramic cabin
Taking the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car you can enjoy the natural scenery of Lantau Island from multiple angles. (Click on the image to learn more)
Hong Kong Attractions Big Buddha at the Temple of Heaven on Lantau Island, Hong Kong
When you arrive at Ngong Ping, you can visit the Tian Tan Buddha. (Click on the image to learn more)
Tai O Market, Lantau Island, Hong Kong Attractions
Tai O is one of the few traditional fishing villages in Hong Kong that is still in operation. (Click on the image to learn more)
Tai O attractions Tai O cats
There are many cats in Tai O. Cat lovers who like cats should not miss this place. (Click on the image to learn more)

Join a local guided tour to arrange a day trip for you

In addition to planning your own day trip, have you ever considered taking part in some sightseeing trips led by local tour guides? One advantage of joining these on-site guided tours is that they allow you to explore different areas of Hong Kong in depth with local tour guides, and you can understand another side of Hong Kong through their detailed explanations.

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Take a double-decker bus through the streets of Hong Kong

There are many ways to understand the historical background of Hong Kong streets, one of which is to take a double-decker sightseeing bus on the BIG BUS HONG KONG. BIG BUS HONG KONG is one of the companies operating sightseeing bus services in Hong Kong. It specializes in open-top buses to several major tourist areas in Hong Kong, such as the Kowloon Peninsula, Hong Kong Island, and Lantau Island. You only need to book a ticket, and you can take designated bus routes to different attractions throughout the day. Staff will also explain the characteristics of each attraction on the way, allowing you to gain a deeper understanding of another side of Hong Kong in a short period of time. .

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Hong Kong BIG BUS TOUR Hong Kong Sightseeing Bus
Taking a double-decker open-top sightseeing bus gives you the opportunity to get an in-depth understanding of another side of Hong Kong. (Click on the image to learn more)

Take a double-decker tram through the streets of Hong Kong

In addition to the double-decker open-top sightseeing bus, you can also take a double-decker open-top sightseeing tram to explore Hong Kong Island. Since the trams travel at a relatively slow speed, you can slowly appreciate every detail of the old streets of Hong Kong Island and enjoy the natural wind that blows in during the ride. These are experiences that can only be experienced by taking a tram.

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Hong Kong Attractions-Hong Kong Tram Panoramic Tour
Taking the Hong Kong Tram Panoramic Tour allows you to slowly appreciate every detail of the old streets of Hong Kong Island. (Click on the image to learn more)

Enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor from the air by helicopter

If you are not satisfied with enjoying the street scenery of Hong Kong on land, you can consider taking a private helicopter to fly over Victoria Harbor, so that you can experience the unique appeal of Hong Kong from another perspective. In addition, you can also choose other routes to the countryside of Hong Kong to experience what it would be like to enjoy the natural scenery in mid-air.

It is worth mentioning that the helicopter charges are calculated based on a single flight. Although the charges are relatively high, it can carry up to 6 passengers at a time. In other words, as long as you find a few friends and go together, you can experience a helicopter tour of Victoria Harbor at the cheapest price.

More information on helicopter sightseeing services: Heliservice flight options, latest package deals

Hong Kong Helicopter Guide Service
Taking a helicopter tour of Hong Kong's Victoria Harbor will be an unforgettable experience. (Click on the image to learn more)

Follow a local tour guide to explore Lan Kwai Fong Bar Street

If you have never been to Lan Kwai Fong Bar Street, you may give up the idea of going to Lan Kwai Fong Bar Street because you are worried about not knowing the charges of each bar, and finally experience the nightlife of Lan Kwai Fong Bar Street. Chance. However, if a tour guide takes you to visit Lan Kwai Fong Bar Street, and you only need to pay one price to have 3 alcoholic drinks, would you consider this type of guided tour?

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Lan Kwai Fong Bar Street Guided Tour
One price includes 3 alcoholic drinks and you can meet many new friends. This is the most fun part of participating in a guided tour. (Click on the image to learn more)

Arrange a day trip to the hiking trails

Hong Kong is a city with very convenient transportation. It takes less than 2 hours to reach any suburban attraction from the city. Therefore, many people choose to go to the suburbs of Hong Kong to arrange hiking trips during the day, and then go to different high-end restaurants and large shopping malls in the evening. To be honest, there are so many hiking trails worth exploring in Hong Kong, and there are also hiking trails of different levels of difficulty to choose from. Therefore, we have selected some from the many hiking trails that are easily accessible, have beautiful scenery, and are suitable for beginners. Even if you don’t have much mountaineering experience, you can still have a taste of the fun of mountaineering in Hong Kong.

Dragon's Back, Hong Kong Island

Dragon's Back on Hong Kong Island was once selected as one of the most suitable hiking routes for beginners on Hong Kong Island. It is characterized by its flat terrain and easy access to the top of the mountain. Moreover, you can enjoy the endless sea view and islands at Dragon's Back on Hong Kong Island. After completing the hiking trip, you can also go to a nearby restaurant to eat. It is definitely a hiking trail that is very suitable for beginners.

Hong Kong Shek O - Dragon's Back - Hiking Trail
Dragon's Back on Hong Kong Island is one of the most suitable hiking routes for beginners. (Click on image to enlarge)

Hong Kong Victoria Peak Walking Trail

The walking trail located on Victoria Peak is a walking trail that allows you to enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor and the natural scenery at the same time. When you walk along the Victoria Peak Walking Trail in Hong Kong, you will easily find big trees and waterfalls one after another, which form the sharpest contrast with Victoria Harbor with a large number of skyscrapers on the other side.

More information about Victoria Peak Walking Trail in Hong Kong: Victoria Peak Hong Kong: Complete Guide to the BEST Spot in Hong Kong

The Peak - Lugard Road - Peak Walk, Hong Kong
Going to the Victoria Peak Walking Trail in Hong Kong gives you the opportunity to see Hong Kong's urban and suburban scenery at the same time. (Click on image to enlarge)

Pok Fu Lam Reservoir

Pok Fu Lam Reservoir, located in the southern district of Hong Kong Island, has become one of the more suitable hiking routes for beginners in Hong Kong due to its flatter terrain compared to other hiking routes. On the other hand, the Pok Fu Lam Country Park near the Pok Fu Lam Reservoir has a viewing platform and resting area where you can enjoy the sunset while standing on the coastline of Hong Kong Island.

Pok Fu Lam Reservoir
Pok Fu Lam Reservoir is one of the most popular hiking trails for beginners. (Click on image to enlarge)

Dadongshan

If you are confident in your physical strength and want to challenge Hong Kong's mountains, you may consider heading to Lantau Island and climbing to the top of Tai Tung Mountain, where you can enjoy the scenery of miscanthus blowing in the strong wind. But there is one thing to note: the entire climbing route is 9 kilometers long, with the highest point reaching an altitude of 896 meters. It takes 5 hours to complete the entire climbing route, so you must have enough equipment before going hiking.

Tai Tung Hill, Hong Kong - Hiking Trail
The development is located on the top of Tai Tung Peak on Lantau Island. (Click on image to enlarge)

Arrange a day trip to a theme park

There are two theme parks in Hong Kong, namely Hong Kong Disneyland and Hong Kong Ocean Park. Both theme parks have different types of activities and different types of rides to participate in, and there is enough time for you to plan a whole day's itinerary. So among the two theme parks, Hong Kong Disneyland and Hong Kong Ocean Park, which one will you choose to go to?

Hong Kong Disneyland

If you want to go to Disneyland and play with different cartoon characters, you must plan a day trip to Hong Kong Disneyland. In Hong Kong Disneyland, you can participate in different-themed rides and watch parade performances with different themes, and there will also be a fireworks display at night, so you must remember to leave Hong Kong Disneyland until the last minute.

More Hong Kong Disneyland information: Hong Kong Disneyland opening hours, latest package discounts

Accommodation recommendations: Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel / Novotel Citygate Hong Kong / The Silver Hotel Hong Kong - MGallery Collection

Hong Kong Disneyland-Fireworks Display
Hong Kong Disneyland holds a fireworks display in the evening. (Click on the image to learn more)
Hong Kong Disneyland
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Hong Kong Ocean Park

Compared with Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong Ocean Park has more and more exciting rides to participate in, and there are also giant pandas and large aquariums to visit. If you want to get different experiences at the same time in one day, Hong Kong Ocean Park is more worthy of your visit.

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Accommodation recommendations: Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel / The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong

Hong Kong Ocean Park-Opening Hours-Amusement Games-Ticket Discounts
A one-day trip to Hong Kong Ocean Park can provide you with many different experiences in one visit. (Click on the image to learn more)
Hong Kong Ocean Park-Attractions-Light and Shadow Show
Ocean Park Hong Kong hosts a large-scale light and shadow show every night. (Click on the image to learn more)
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Plan a day trip with delicious food

One of the most attractive things about Hong Kong is that you can find different types of restaurants anytime and anywhere, serving dishes from different countries. Taking traditional tourist areas such as Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, Mong Kok, and Causeway Bay as examples, there are basically more than 100 restaurants within a short 500-meter street, and they are suitable for any consumption budget. If you also want to plan a day trip with delicious food, you can try different Hong Kong-style breakfasts, Hong Kong-style tea restaurants, Hong Kong-style teahouses, snacks for ordinary people who can eat while walking, and some high-end restaurants that provide fine dining. I believe you will feel very satisfied with this itinerary!

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Hong Kong Food Hong Kong Congee Noodle Restaurant
White porridge, fried noodles, and fried dough sticks are some of the traditional Hong Kong-style breakfasts. (Click on the image to learn more)
Common Foods in Hong Kong Tea Restaurants Hainan Chicken Rice Siu Mei Rice Steamed Meat Cake Rice
You can have the opportunity to try different types of dishes at Hong Kong-style tea restaurants. (Click on the image to learn more)
Hong Kong Food Recommendations – List of Must-Eat Food Options in Hong Kong
Hong Kong has a large number of restaurants, which is definitely suitable for planning a food-themed day trip. (Click on the image to learn more)
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Hong Kong has a lot of choices when it comes to snacks. (Click on the image to learn more)
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Arrange a day trip with shopping

Someone once said that as long as you have enough budget, you can basically buy anything you want in Hong Kong. Indeed, there is a large shopping mall near almost every subway station in Hong Kong, and there are different types of shops on every main street. It can be said that it is not difficult to arrange a day trip that includes shopping.

If you want to spend a whole day going to different large shopping malls, you can go to Central, Tsim Sha Tsui, Mong Kok, and Causeway Bay. From the most high-end international fashion brands to the most authentic seafood dry goods, you can find them all in the stores in these areas. In addition, if you want to buy some brand-name handbags and brand-name clothes at discount prices, you must pay attention to the locations of large outlet stores.

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Hong Kong Attractions Mong Kok Attractions Mong Kok Shopping Center
There are many large shopping malls in Hong Kong's main tourist areas, which are very suitable for planning a day trip around shopping. (Click on the image to learn more)
Hong Kong Outlets
If you want to buy designer handbags at discount prices, be sure to pay attention to the locations of large outlet stores. (Click on the image to learn more)
Hong Kong theme shopping street
There are also many unique shopping streets in Hong Kong that are worth exploring. (Click on the image to learn more)

Summarize

As one of the most densely populated cities in the world, Hong Kong is also a city with very convenient transportation. Basically, you can go to several different places and arrange several different types of itineraries on the same day. If you have enough energy, you can arrange to go hiking in the morning, take a helicopter ride to enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor at noon, go to Ocean Park to ride a roller coaster in the afternoon, and then take a guided tour of Lan Kwai Fong Bar Street in the evening. We dare I am sure you will have a fulfilling day.

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