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Hong Kong Itinerary: Things to See and Do for 3Days/4 Days/5 Days in Hong Kong!

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How should you plan your Hong Kong travel itinerary?

What kind of Hong Kong itinerary should I arrange so that I can visit the most attractions and taste the most restaurants?

If you are preparing to travel to Hong Kong, you should plan a three-day and two-night itinerary to give yourself the opportunity to visit some of Hong Kong’s must-see attractions and eat some of Hong Kong’s must-eat delicacies. Or should you plan a four-day and three-night itinerary, or even Almost a five-day and four-night trip? This gives you the opportunity to explore Hong Kong in depth and go to some attractions that only local Hong Kong people know about, as well as some rural attractions that require a lot of transportation time to get to. Then go to the most high-end restaurants and some of the most authentic restaurants one more time to complete a perfect Hong Kong itinerary.

I believe that when you are planning your Hong Kong travel itinerary, you will find that there are indeed many attractions and restaurants in Hong Kong that are worth spending time to visit. It is basically impossible to visit every place in just a few days.

Hong Kong Peak-Victoria Harbor View
Hong Kong is a city well worth exploring in depth. (Click on image to enlarge)

So in today’s article, we will share with you our usual itinerary plan during vacation. For example, how can you use "onion-style Hong Kong itinerary planning" to determine the order of different attractions. In addition, we will also recommend several itinerary plans of different lengths for you, ranging from a two-day and one-night Hong Kong tour to a five-day and four-night Hong Kong tour. This allows you to arrange a most suitable itinerary among many attractions, restaurants, shopping malls, and theme parks, and be able to visit the most attractions.

The itinerary planning in today’s article has basically been tested by us in the field. That is, we have all used to start in the morning and go to different attractions until late at night. Then, we summarize the different attractions and transportation points in Hong Kong and make a list of itinerary planning. So we can all tell you the transportation arrangements required between different Hong Kong attractions, and how much time is worth allocating to visit each attraction.

At the same time, we have also prepared more different types of travel discounts for you, including tickets for some major Hong Kong attractions and ticket discounts. This allows you to use the saved travel budget during your trip to Hong Kong to try more Hong Kong restaurants and taste more Hong Kong specialties.

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What are the goals of your Hong Kong travel itinerary?

What kind of experience do you want to get when you travel to Hong Kong? Maybe you came here to experience a Hong Kong-style tea restaurant, maybe you came here to experience the night view of Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong, or maybe you want to explore some scenic spots in the suburbs of Hong Kong in depth and try to enjoy the "slow life" in Hong Kong lifestyle. Just like Cheung Chau, Tai O, Lantau Island, etc., some places are not recommended in ordinary travel books, and only local Hong Kong people know how to go.

However, how many days are you planning to stay in Hong Kong this time? If you only have three days, you may not have enough time to visit all the attractions in Hong Kong. Instead, you have to choose some of the attractions you most want to visit among the many attractions. Then the next time you visit Hong Kong, go to those sights you haven’t had the chance to visit yet.

If it is your first time to travel to Hong Kong, we will recommend that you set several travel goals with different themes, such as going to Hong Kong’s theme parks, enjoying the night view of Victoria Harbor, etc. This will make it easier to pick out some of the attractions you want to visit from among the many attractions, and decide which attractions you should save for your next trip to Hong Kong.

In the following articles, we will arrange the smoothest Hong Kong travel plan for you based on different travel themes and the characteristics of different attractions. I hope you can explore every place in Hong Kong in depth within the limited time.

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"Onion-style Hong Kong itinerary planning"

What is "onion-style Hong Kong itinerary planning"? Because there are so many attractions worth visiting in Hong Kong, and these attractions are usually concentrated in the same area. Therefore, we will all recommend that you put some of the attractions and restaurants that you think are the most important and worth visiting on the first and second days of your itinerary. In this way, your wishes can be fulfilled first, and at the same time, you can avoid the impact of different factors such as weather and traffic on your itinerary, causing you to miss the opportunity to visit those scenic spots.

Then on the third, fourth, and fifth days of the trip, we will go to some less important scenic spots, or some scenic spots that will be easily affected by weather changes. Such an arrangement can minimize the impact of weather and traffic, and at the same time get the best travel experience every day.

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Of course, if you have the opportunity to arrange a trip to the fifth, sixth, or even seventh day in Hong Kong, we have several special itinerary suggestions to share with you. As long as you continue this article, you will know what other places in Hong Kong are worth visiting!

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Itinerary suggestions for two days and one night in Hong Kong

Everyone’s arrival time and itinerary in Hong Kong are different. Maybe your flight will arrive in Hong Kong in the morning, or maybe you can’t officially start your trip in Hong Kong until the afternoon. However, in order to allow you to easily understand our itinerary planning, we will set the departure time to 07:00 in the morning.

In addition, we will also pre-set the itinerary to two days and one night, and then you can add different attractions and turn the itinerary into a three-day and two-night itinerary, or a four-day and three-night itinerary, or even It is a longer Hong Kong travel itinerary. At the same time, you can adjust the time to travel to different attractions based on the flight arrival time in Hong Kong that day.

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Hong Kong itinerary planning – the morning of the first day

Recommended restaurants and attractions: Hong Kong style tea restaurant, Man Mo Temple in Central, Tai Kwun in Central

Start with breakfast at a Hong Kong-style tea restaurant

The first day of the trip will start in Central on Hong Kong Island because Central is the busiest commercial district in Hong Kong. Even at 07:00 in the morning, there are many restaurants in Central that are already open for business. It's very suitable for you to enjoy a Hong Kong-style breakfast before officially starting a full day's trip.

Although some people may say that there are actually many accommodation options to choose from in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. Why not consider staying in hotels in Tsim Sha Tsui, but choose to stay in hotels on this side of Central?

The reason is simple, because there are many restaurants in Central that are open at 07:00 in the morning and provide different types of breakfast. For example: Cafe Seasons, Xinyuanxing BBQ Tea Restaurant, Sukeng Ice Room, No. 2 Ice Room, etc. Basically, within a 5-minute walk on Queen's Road Central in Central, you can already find more than a dozen restaurants offering different breakfast styles.

You can eat a pineapple bun and a cup of Hong Kong-style milk tea in these Hong Kong-style tea restaurants, and enjoy a rich breakfast like the local Hong Kong people at a cost of about HKD $50. When you're full, you can slowly walk to nearby Central attractions to start your sightseeing trip.

Address of Hong Kong style tea restaurant in Central District:

Four Seasons Dining in Central: 88 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong Island
Xinyuanxing Roast Meat Tea Restaurant: 34-36 Gilli Man Street, Central, Hong Kong Island
Su Hang Ice Room: 3 Su Hang Street, Central, Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong gourmet Hong Kong tea restaurant breakfast recommendation
If you have breakfast at a tea restaurant in Hong Kong, you can enjoy a rich meal for only about HKD $50. (Click on image to enlarge)

Great places to visit in Central in the morning

After having breakfast at a Hong Kong-style tea restaurant in Central, you can first go to some of the main attractions in Central: First, go to the Man Mo Temple on Hollywood Road to pay homage, and then walk to the Central Mural Street, which is also located on Hollywood Road. If you finish breakfast at 08:00 in the morning, you can visit these two attractions before about 10:00 in the morning.

Since PMQ Original Shop in Central only opens at 12:00 noon, you can visit Tai Kwun in Central during your free time from 10:00 to 12:00 in the morning. Use this 2-hour sightseeing time to admire this 100-year-old building in Central Tai Kwun, and at the same time understand how they combine historical monuments and art galleries.

Business information of PMQ Original Shop in Central:

Address: 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong Island
Business hours: 12:00 – 23:00

Business information of Tai Kwun, Tai Kwun, Central:

Address: 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong Island
Opening hours: 08:00 – 23:00

Hong Kong Attractions Central Attractions Central Bihua
Bi paintings along Hollywood Road in Central. (Click to enlarge the picture)
Hong Kong Attractions Hong Kong Tai Kwun
Tai Kwun, located on Hollywood Road in Central, is an attraction that combines historical sites and art galleries. (Click on image to enlarge)
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Hong Kong itinerary planning – noon on the first day

Recommended restaurants and attractions: PMQ Original Square, Central Mid-Levels Escalator, Central Market, Tai Cheong Bakery, Bakehouse

Attractions in Central that are suitable for visiting at noon

The period of 12:00 noon on weekdays is almost the busiest time in Central throughout the day. Since most people who work in Central go out to eat at the same time, most restaurants are packed at this time.

If you don’t want to spend time waiting in line for a meal, you can consider scheduling lunch after 13:30 pm, which is the moment when office workers return to the office. In this way, you can choose any restaurant in the Central District to have lunch without spending time queuing, and you will not be asked to leave the restaurant early because there are many people queuing outside the door.

If you decide to have lunch after 13:30 pm, you can visit Tai Kwun in Central first, and then visit PMQ Original Shop in Central. In terms of time arrangement: When you visit Tai Kwun in Central until about 11:45 in the morning, you can walk to PMQ Original Shop in Central. The moment you arrive at PMQ Original Shop in Central should be 12:00 noon, which happens to be the time when PMQ Original Shop in Central officially opens for business. Spend about an hour visiting PMQ Central, and leave PMQ Central around 13:00 in the afternoon to find some specialty restaurants in the Central area and have lunch.

If you want to experience the Mid-Levels escalator in Central, after you visit PMQ Original Shop in Central, you have to walk from PMQ Original Shop in Central towards Queen's Road Central, and you will reach the starting point of the Mid-Levels escalator in Central Market.

The special feature of this escalator in Mid-Levels Central is that it can take you to different locations in Mid-Levels Central. For example, every attraction located on Hollywood Road, as well as high-end residences on Caine Road, etc. The more important point is that no matter you want to go to any attraction or restaurant in Mid-Levels Central, using the escalator in Mid-Levels Central will be much easier than walking up the mountain.

When you take the escalator to Mid-Levels Central, you can slowly walk back to Hollywood Road in Central. On the way, you will pass by PMQ in Central, Central Market, and finally arrive at Queen's Road Central.

On the way down the mountain, you will encounter different types of restaurants and specialty shops, some of which offer takeaway snacks. For example, take Bakehouse, a bakery that specializes in popular high-end bread. You often have to queue up to buy their egg tarts and croissants. Of course, you can choose to buy Hong Kong-style egg tarts at Tai Cheong Cake Shop. You will find that there is a little difference between the egg tarts at Tai Cheong Cake Shop and the egg tarts at Bakehouse. If you like, you can buy both at the same time to compare.

Business information of Bakehouse in Central:

Address: 5 Stanton Street, Central, Hong Kong Island
Opening hours: 08:00 – 21:00

Tai Cheong Cake Shop Business Information:

Address: 35 Pai Fa Street, Central, Hong Kong Island
Opening hours: 09:30 – 19:30

Hong Kong Attractions Central Attractions Central Market
The Central Market is the starting point of the escalator at Mid-Levels in Central. (Click on image to enlarge)
Hong Kong Attractions Central Attractions Central Escalators
Using the Central Mid-Levels escalator, you can easily go from Central Market to Central Tai Kwun and Central PMQ. (Click on image to enlarge)
Hong Kong AttractionsCentral AttractionsCentral FoodBakehouse
Compared with Tai Cheong egg tarts, the egg tarts at Bakehouse in Central are more popular among local Hong Kong people. (Click on image to enlarge)
Central Tai Cheong Egg Tart Central Tea Restaurant Central Food
Tai Cheong Bakery is located on Bai Fa Street in Central. (Click on image to enlarge)

If you pay close attention, you will notice that we have not arranged to take the Central Mid-Levels escalator in the morning.

That's because before 10:00 in the morning, the escalators in Mid-Levels Central are set to go downhill. If you want to experience taking the escalator to Mid-Levels Central, you will only have the opportunity after 10:00. So we arranged the trip to the Central Mid-Levels escalator around 12:00 noon, so that you can enjoy the scenery along the way and plan which restaurant you want to go to for lunch.

Operation information of escalator in Mid-Levels, Central:

Down direction: 06:00 – 10:00
Upward direction: 10:00 – 23:59

Lunch options in Central

Since Central is the busiest commercial district in Hong Kong, of course there will be many restaurants for you to choose from on weekdays. For example, there are dozens of restaurants near the Central Market, the Central Center, or the Central MTR Station, each offering different styles of lunch. In addition, there are almost 100 restaurants on both sides of the three main roads of Queen's Road Central, Des Voeux Road Central and Connaught Road Central. They mainly provide you with some lunch options with an average price of HK$$60 – HK$$200.

If you want to find some cheaper restaurants, you can find some restaurants specially designed for office workers in Central near Queen's Road Central. The average price of set meals in these restaurants ranges from HKD $60 to around HKD$80. They are characterized by being close to the tastes of ordinary Hong Kong people, and the portions of the dishes are very large.

However, as long as you walk to Hollywood Road and Stanton Street in Central, you will find that you feel like you have left the busy Central business district. There are many high-end Western restaurants here that provide very exquisite lunches. The characteristic is that you can enjoy your lunch slowly without paying attention to the crowds of people queuing outside the door, but each lunch may cost about HKD $200. If you plan to order a glass of red wine at noon, these restaurants will definitely be your first choice.

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Hong Kong Itinerary Planning – Afternoon of Day 1

Recommended restaurants and attractions: Central's Stone Street, Central's Gaslight, Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Head Office, Bank of China Tower, Peak Tram

Great places to visit in Central in the afternoon

After visiting Central Tai Kwun in the morning, we also had a rich lunch. It is now around 14:30 in the afternoon, and you have enough energy to continue to other attractions in the Central District.

Next to Tai Kwun in Central, there is a characteristic street connecting to Hollywood Road in Central. It is a Pottinger Street called "Slate Street". It is said to have a history of 100 years since it was built. You can take a few souvenir photos on the steps of Pottinger Street before heading to other attractions in Central.

Hong Kong Attractions Central Attractions Slate Street Pottinger Street
Pottinger Street, known as Slate Street, is a very suitable place for taking pictures. (Click to enlarge the picture)

If you want to visit the Gas Lamp in Central, just walk from "Slate Street" to Queen's Road Central, then turn right and go all the way to Duddell Street. In addition, as long as you go further, you can slowly walk to the Peak Tram terminus, and then take the Peak Tram to Victoria Peak in Hong Kong to enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor.

To get to the Peak Tram terminus from Pottinger Street, you can choose to take a tram, which starts from Des Voeux Road Central "Zurbel Street" tram stop, get off at "Murray Road" tram stop, and then walk slowly to Peak Tram Terminus.

Another way is to walk from "Slate Street" to Queen's Road Central, turn right when you see the tram tracks, and then walk towards Admiralty MTR Station. First, you will pass the HSBC Hong Kong Head Office and the Cheung Kong Group Center, then turn right at the Huayuan Road intersection in front of the Bank of China Building and walk to the Peak Tram Terminus.

Both methods can start from Central to the Peak Tram Terminus, and the time required is almost the same. The difference lies in whether you want to take Hong Kong's unique double-decker tram, or walk slowly to the Peak Tram terminus while admiring the high-rise buildings in Central.

Take the cable car to the top of the mountain

If you also start from the Central MTR Station, it only takes about 15 minutes to reach the Peak Tram Terminus. We will arrange the trip to the top of the mountain in the afternoon because from the top of the mountain, you can enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor, the sunset view of the harbor, and the night view of Victoria Harbor at the same time. So if you set off to the top of the mountain in the afternoon, you can appreciate the changes in Victoria Harbor at different times in one trip.

Generally speaking, you can choose to buy a ticket to enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor from the rooftop of Lingxiao Pavilion, or go to the free hiking trail next to Lingxiao Pavilion to enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor. Basically, the scenery of Victoria Harbor seen from the two places is almost the same, but because there are relatively few people who choose to buy tickets to go to the Peak Tower Sky Terrace, on the contrary, you can slowly take the most beautiful photo from the Peak Tower Sky Terrace. Souvenir photo of Victoria Harbor.

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Hong Kong Peak Tram
The Peak Tram is one of the must-see attractions in Hong Kong. (Click on the image to learn more)
Hong Kong Attractions Hong Kong Peak Night View
View of Victoria Harbor from Victoria Peak in Hong Kong during dusk and sunset. (Click on the image to learn more)
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There is a telescope on the rooftop of Lingxiao Pavilion on the top of the mountain, where you can enjoy the views of Victoria Harbor from different angles. (Click on the image to learn more)

Hong Kong trip planning – first night

Recommended restaurants and attractions: Peak Tram, Peak Galleria, Victoria Harbor Night View, Central Ferris Wheel, Central Lan Kwai Fong Bar

Enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor from the top of the mountain

After enjoying the sunset and view of Victoria Harbor, it was probably around 19:00 in the evening, and now it is almost time to plan which restaurant to enjoy your dinner. If you want to enjoy dinner at the top of the mountain while enjoying the night view of Victoria Harbor, there are several restaurants worth trying near the Peak Tower Sky Terrace. Of course, you can consider taking the cable car back to Central, and then slowly choose a restaurant of your choice.

On the other hand, if you want to enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor from more different angles, you can go to the Hong Kong Ferris Wheel next to the Central Pier. In this way, you can not only enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor up close, but also experience the characteristics of the Central business district at night.

If you haven't decided which hotel to stay in yet, you can refer to the accommodation recommendations we have prepared for you. For example, The Pottinger Hong Kong and Four Seasons Hotel in Central are some of the more popular accommodation options in Central.

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Victoria Peak, Hong Kong-Forrest Gump Shrimp Restaurant
Located on the top of the mountain near the Sky Terrace, this restaurant offers a view of Victoria Harbor at night. (Click on image to enlarge)
Where to stay in Hong Kong? The Pottinger Hotel in Slate Street, Central
The Pottinger Hong Kong is one of the more popular hotels in Central. (Click on the image to learn more)

Enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor from the Ferris wheel

To get to the Central Ferris Wheel from the Peak Tower Sky Terrace, you only need to take the Peak Tram from Victoria Peak to the terminus of the tram in Central. After arriving at the cable car terminal in Central, transfer to bus No. 9 from "St. John's Cathedral" station to "MTR Hong Kong Station" station. After arriving at the "MTR Hong Kong Station" station, you only need to walk a few minutes to reach the Central Ferris Wheel.

Hong Kong Attractions Hong Kong Central Attractions Hong Kong Oberlin Wheel
The Hong Kong Ferris Wheel, located next to the Central Pier, is another attraction to enjoy the view of Victoria Harbour. (Click on image to enlarge)

Dinner options in Central

Since Central is the busiest commercial district in Hong Kong, there must be many restaurants for you to choose from during dinner time.

For example, the IFC Mall located in Hong Kong Station in Central has many mid-to-high-end restaurants, offering set menus costing around HKD $150 – HKD$300 per person. In addition, there are several Hong Kong-style tea restaurants and fish-ball-beef brisket wonton noodle shops near the Central Market. On average, each person only needs to spend about HKD $50 – HKD$100, and he can already eat a lot.

If this is your first time coming to Hong Kong, we will recommend you to go to the restaurant in IFC Mall first. Because IFC Mall has many restaurant options, and most restaurants will be open until 22:00 in the evening. Of course, those civilian restaurants located near the Central market are worth trying, but be aware that some restaurants will close early on weekends. So before setting off, be sure to check their business hours that day.

IFC Mall business information:

Address: 8 Financial Street, Central, Hong Kong Island
Business hours: 10:00 – 22:00

Experience nightlife in Lan Kwai Fong, Central

If you are looking for a place to experience Hong Kong’s nightlife, Lan Kwai Fong in Central is a place you absolutely cannot miss. However, do you know what time is the most suitable time to go to Lan Kwai Fong in Central?

Generally speaking, we recommend that you go to Lan Kwai Fong in Central after 21:00 in the evening, so that you can have enough time to enjoy your dinner slowly, and also have enough time to enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor on the Central Promenade. Then around 21:00, wait until Lan Kwai Fong in Central is busier every day before going there, so that you can immediately experience Hong Kong nightlife and Central’s bar culture.

Of course, you can choose to go to Lan Kwai Fong in Central around 19:00. However, generally few people go to the bars in Lan Kwai Fong in Central during this time, and there are not many people in the bars at this time. They are always deserted and the atmosphere is not good. Under normal circumstances, this period is only suitable for people who like to drink, because many bars will provide additional discounts during this period.

If it is your first time to come to Lan Kwai Fong in Central and you are not used to drinking, then 30 to 45 minutes is enough to experience the nightlife in Lan Kwai Fong in Central. At about 22:00 in the evening, you can set off and return to your hotel room to prepare for your trip that will start early tomorrow morning. On the other hand, if you want to experience the nightlife of Central Lan Kwai Fong in depth, you can also join some guided tours in Central Lan Kwai Fong and let local tour guides take you to each unique bar.

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Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong
Lan Kwai Fong in Central at night is the busiest place in Central. (Click to enlarge the picture)
Lan Kwai Fong Bar Street Guided Tour
As long as you join some guided tours, there will be local tour guides to take you to experience Lan Kwai Fong in Central. (Click on the image to learn more)
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Hong Kong itinerary – itinerary for the next day

Since we have already visited most of the scenic spots in Central on the first day of our itinerary, of course we must visit the Kowloon Peninsula on the second day.

What’s so special about Kowloon Peninsula? The Kowloon Peninsula is not only another popular spot in Hong Kong to enjoy the scenery of Victoria Harbor, but it also provides the opportunity to visit some scenes that often appear in Hong Kong movies. More importantly, there are many large shopping malls on the Kowloon Peninsula, allowing you to seize the opportunity to buy souvenirs for your friends.

Hong Kong Attractions Kowloon Attractions
Like Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula also has many attractions that are worth visiting. (Click to enlarge the picture)

Hong Kong trip planning – next morning

List of restaurants and attractions: Victoria Harbor Star Ferry, Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, 1881 Heritage, Avenue of Stars

Experience traditional Hong Kong breakfast

Just like the first day’s itinerary, the second day departed from the hotel at 07:00 in the morning. This morning you can choose to have breakfast provided by the hotel, or like us, go to some Hong Kong-style restaurants and try some more traditional Hong Kong-style breakfast.

Since I already tried breakfast at a Hong Kong-style tea restaurant yesterday, I planned to go to some Hong Kong-style porridge restaurants in Central today. For example, Yi Porridge Noodles, Law Fu Kee Porridge and Noodles Expert, and Chung Kee Porridge are places that specialize in Hong Kong's "raw porridge". The most special thing about Hong Kong-style porridge restaurants is that they pour some of the hottest white porridge on top of some half-cooked ingredients, so that the ingredients can retain their original flavor. In addition, you can order fried dough sticks called "fried ghost" and a plate of fried noodles, which becomes the most traditional Hong Kong-style breakfast and the most popular breakfast choice in winter.

Central Hong Kong Style Porridge Shop Address:

Chung Kee Porridge, Central: 32-34 Gilli Man Street, Central, Hong Kong Island
Law Fu Kee Congee and Noodles Specialist: G/F, 48-50 Pai Fa Street, Pai Fa Street, Central, Hong Kong Island
One Congee and Noodles: Phase 1, International Finance Center, Harbor View Street, Central, Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong Food Hong Kong Congee Noodle Restaurant
White porridge, fried noodles, and rice rolls are all traditional breakfast choices in Hong Kong. (Click to enlarge the picture)

Take the Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui

After leaving the restaurant around 08:00 in the morning, you can slowly walk to the Central Pier and take the Central Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui.

We would recommend taking the Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui instead of taking the bus, subway, or other means of transportation, because only the Star Ferry can allow you to enjoy the scenery on both sides of Victoria Harbor from the center of Victoria Harbor. In addition, when you walk from the Central MTR Station to the Central Pier, you will also pass by the Apple Store at the Central IFC and the Central Ferris Wheel. Both of these are attractions that many tourists like to take pictures.

On the other hand, it is said that Hong Kong is one of the cities with the most Apple Stores in the world. There are 6 branches in this small city, and there are even 2 branches on Hong Kong Island. If you also need to shop at an Apple Store, this Apple Store in Central will be the most convenient for you.

The sky bridge connecting Hong Kong attractions to the Central Ferry Pier
Starting from Universal Building, you can walk to the Central Pier via the sky bridge. (Click on image to enlarge)
Hong Kong Attractions Central Hong Kong Attractions
Attractions located near Central Pier. (Click on image to enlarge)

Visit attractions near Tsim Sha Tsui Pier

Take the Star Ferry from Central Pier to Tsim Sha Tsui Pier. It only takes about 10 minutes to get there, which is very convenient. If you leave the restaurant in Central at 08:00 in the morning, walk slowly to the Central Pier and enjoy the scenery along the way, you will arrive at the Tsim Sha Tsui Pier at about 09:30 in the morning.

Since there are many scenic spots worth visiting throughout Tsim Sha Tsui, we have divided Tsim Sha Tsui into several parts. We would recommend that you focus on visiting the attractions near Tsim Sha Tsui Pier in the morning, and then go to attractions in other areas of Tsim Sha Tsui in the afternoon and evening.

The period from 09:30 in the morning to 12:00 noon is the time with the most sunshine and the most suitable time for outdoor photography, so we would recommend going to the attractions next to the Tsim Sha Tsui Pier first. For example, the Avenue of Stars, Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, 1881 Heritage, Peninsula Hotel, and Hong Kong Space Museum. When you visit these buildings, you can also take a look at the history behind them.

In addition, sometimes a Regal ice cream truck that specializes in selling soft ice cream will stop next to the Tsim Sha Tsui Pier, allowing you to eat soft ice cream while enjoying the scenery of Victoria Harbor.

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Hong Kong Attractions Tsim Sha Tsui Attractions Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower Hong Kong Space Museum
In Tsim Sha Tsui, there are also many buildings with special design and historical culture. (Click to enlarge the picture)
Good Places in Tsim Sha TsuiTsim Sha Tsui AttractionsTsim Sha Tsui Ferry Regal Ice Cream Truck
The Regal Ice Cream Truck parked next to the Tsim Sha Tsui Pier. (Click on image to enlarge)

Hong Kong itinerary planning – noon the next day

List of restaurants and attractions: Teahouse Yum Cha, The Peninsula Hotel, Harbor City Shopping Centre, Jenny Cookies, Chungking Mansions, sky100 Observation Deck

Seize the opportunity to drink tea and snacks at a Hong Kong-style teahouse

After you have visited the buildings next to Tsim Sha Tsui Pier and the view of Victoria Harbor, it should be around 12:00 noon. It’s almost lunch time, and it’s time to find a restaurant worth visiting in the Tsim Sha Tsui area.

What restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui are worth recommending? If you have a bigger budget, you can choose to have lunch at some restaurants located in the hotel. For example, the Peninsula Hotel's Jialin House, Sheraton Hotel's Tianbao Court, Kowloon Hotel's Lung Yat Heen, etc. The above are some restaurants that provide high-end dining experience. The average catering budget per person is HKD $300 - HKD$600. .

If your lunch budget is only about HKD150-HKD300, you can consider going to some restaurants near Harbor City Shopping Center. There are many choices whether it is Cantonese, Chinese or Western food. In addition, there are also some Hong Kong-style teahouses near Star Shop in Tsim Sha Tsui: for example, Jade Garden, Chao Ting, and Beijing House. On average, each person only needs to spend about HKD $120 to eat several different styles of dim sum. It is very suitable for a few friends to go together and experience the lively atmosphere of a Hong Kong-style tea house.

More Hong Kong specialty dining and food offers: Klook dining discount list

Address of tea house in Tsim Sha Tsui area:

Tsim Sha Tsui Jade Garden: 4/F, Star House, 3 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Tsim Sha Tsui Chao Ting: 2/F, East Wing, Star House, 3 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Beijing Building, Tsim Sha Tsui: 3/F, Star House, 3 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

Hong Kong Food Hong Kong Yum Cha Tsim Sha Tsui Tea House
Shrimp dumplings, siu mai, and char siew buns are some of the must-eats in Hong Kong teahouses. (Click to enlarge the picture)

Go shopping in a large shopping mall

Under normal circumstances, the lunch period in Hong Kong-style teahouses will end around 15:30 in the afternoon. Since there is still a long time before dusk and sunset in Victoria Harbor, we will recommend that you go to some large shopping malls first. For example, in several large shopping malls such as Harbor City, K11, and K11 MUSEA, there are different types of stores and different styles of products available for purchase, enough to kill a few hours of your free time. In addition, on hot days like summer, it is much more comfortable to stay indoors and browse shops than outdoors. There are also many coffee shops in shopping malls, so you can have a comfortable place to rest even if you are tired from walking.

Things to Do in Tsim Sha Tsui Attractions in Tsim Sha Tsui K11 ARTUS
A large shopping mall located in Tsim Sha Tsui – K11 MUSEA. (Click on image to enlarge)

Head to sky100 Observation Deck to enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor

If you don’t plan to arrange a shopping trip, you can consider going to the sky100 observation deck on the top floor of the International Commerce Center ICC to enjoy the view of Victoria Harbor from high altitude.

It is said that the International Commerce Center ICC is the tallest building on the Kowloon Peninsula and the skyscraper closest to Victoria Harbor in Kowloon. Therefore, from the sky100 observation deck on the top floor of the building, you can see a view of Victoria Harbor that is different from the Tsim Sha Tsui Pier. It is worth mentioning that: sky100 Observation Deck also has the best angle to enjoy the sunset in Victoria Harbor. If you plan to take photos of the sunset in Victoria Harbor, you must arrange a visit to sky100 Observation Deck.

Sky100 Things to do in Hong Kong Things to do in Tsim Sha Tsui
sky100 Observation Deck is one of the popular spots to enjoy the sunset view of Victoria Harbour. (Click on the image to learn more)

Hong Kong itinerary planning – second night

Recommended restaurants and attractions: Temple Street, Ladies' Market, Symphony of Lights at Victoria Harbor Lighting Show, Night View of Victoria Harbor

Experience the most authentic and busiest Kowloon Peninsula

The second night's tour will start after sunset. We probably go to different attractions around 18:00 in the evening, but the sunset times will be earlier or later depending on the season.

If this is your first time traveling to Hong Kong, we have a sightseeing route to share with you: starting from Tsim Sha Tsui Pier, it takes about an hour to walk slowly to Mong Kok MTR Station. Along this sightseeing route, you will pass the busiest Nathan Road, experience the most authentic night market (Temple Street), and the Ladies Market, which specializes in selling cheap goods. In addition, you will encounter different types of double-decker buses on the way, and pass some old buildings and old residential buildings with many years of history. The above are some scenes that have appeared again and again in Hong Kong movies.

The walk from Tsim Sha Tsui Pier to Mong Kok MTR Station takes about 45 minutes, which is actually most suitable on days when the weather is not too hot. However, when you are planning to come to Hong Kong on a summer day when the outdoor temperature is as high as 32 degrees, we still recommend that you take the bus. As long as you board bus No. 1 via Nathan Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, you can reach the Temple Street in Yau Ma Tei and Tung Choi Street in Mong Kok mentioned just now.

Recommended accommodation in Kowloon Peninsula: Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel / The Mira Hong Kong  / Park Hotel Hong Kong

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Discover the most authentic Hong Kong shopping experience

If you want to experience the most authentic Hong Kong street culture, then Temple Street in Yau Ma Tei and Ladies Market in Mong Kok will be your first choice for this itinerary. Because most of the shops operating in these two shopping streets are small shops run by local Hong Kong people, and there are also many Hong Kong specialty products that you can buy home as gifts for your friends.

Generally speaking, if you plan to shop in Yau Ma Tei Temple Street or Mong Kok Ladies Market, we recommend that you plan a 1-2 hour trip, which is enough for you to visit each stall slowly. However, if you just want to experience these two authentic shopping streets, a 40-minute trip is actually enough to visit both shopping streets. Then at around 19:30 in the evening, we took the bus back to Tsim Sha Tsui Pier to enjoy the Symphony of Lights light show on Victoria Harbor.

However, if you have seen the Symphony of Lights light show on Victoria Harbor on the first night of your trip, of course you can go to Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok on the second night. Take the opportunity to try more different types of restaurants and arrange shopping trips to different large shopping malls. To put it simply, the itinerary for the second night is more flexible. You can plan an evening itinerary that best suits you on the Kowloon Peninsula according to your own preferences and time arrangements.

Enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor at sea: Star Ferry World Star Night Tour in Victoria Harbor
More A Symphony of Lights information: Symphony of Lights: All You Need to Know Before You Go!
More authentic Hong Kong travel experiences: Hong Kong Authentic Travel Experience Checklist

Hong Kong Attractions Mong Kok Attractions Ladies Market
The Ladies Market in Mong Kok is home to many authentic stalls. (Click on image to enlarge)
If you like to watch the night view of Victoria Harbour, you must watch the Symphony of Lights at Victoria Harbor at night. (Click to enlarge the picture)

Plan an all-you-can-eat evening

For many people living in Hong Kong, Yau Ma Tei, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Mong Kok are the busiest areas in Kowloon at night, and they are also the first choice places for many people to arrange dinners and parties.

If you pay careful attention, you will find that there are actually many restaurants in Yau Ma Tei, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Mong Kok. For example, in addition to restaurants opening on both sides of Nathan Road, there are also more restaurants opening in commercial buildings, offering dishes from different countries and different themes.

Someone once said that there are more than 500 restaurants in Yau Ma Tei, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Mong Kok. Don't be surprised, this statement is actually not an exaggeration at all. Because as long as you go to Yau Ma Tei, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Mong Kok, you will find that there are many restaurants lined up on Nathan Road at the same time. We can guarantee that you will be like us, standing in front of several restaurants and suddenly having difficulty choosing which one to choose. Because you will want to try every restaurant once and try different dishes every day. The best thing is to stay in Hong Kong for a few more days until you can’t eat anymore.

Among the many restaurants in Yau Ma Tei, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Mong Kok at night, the most popular are those that sell roast pork set meals, some Western restaurants that offer high-end set meals, and some specialty shops that sell claypot rice outdoors. The average spending budget per person in these restaurants is around HKD $150 – HKD$300. Although the price is not very cheap, it can give you a rich meal. Of course, you can prepare a dinner budget of HKD $500 or more, so that you can book some Western restaurants and Japanese restaurants that specialize in high-end ingredients.

Recommended restaurants in Yau Ma Tei, Tsim Sha Tsui and Mong Kok:

Four Seasons Claypot Rice: 50-52 Yaota Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon
Gyu-Kaku Buffet: Shop 209-213, 2/F, Grand Plaza, 639 Nathan Road, Mongkok, Kowloon
Shenzi Izakaya: 74-76 Haipu Street, Mongkok, Kowloon
Tan Zai San Ge Yunnan Rice Noodles: G/F and 1F, Hang Lung Building, 44-46 Dundas Street, Mongkok, Kowloon
Cordis Hong Kong Buffet Dinner: 555 Shanghai Street, Mongkok, Kowloon

More Kowloon Peninsula restaurant information: Openrice Hong Kong Restaurant List

More Hong Kong specialty dining and food offers: Klook dining discount list

Hong Kong gourmet Mong Kok food recommendation
Mongkok is a place with a variety of cuisine options. (Click on image to enlarge)

Take a walk in Hong Kong city center

After dinner, are there any places worth visiting?

If you don’t feel tired yet, you can walk slowly from Mong Kok to Tsim Sha Tsui Pier like we did. Taking the Star Ferry from Tsim Sha Tsui Pier to Central Pier, you will have the opportunity to see the night view of Victoria Harbor one more time, and on the way, you can experience the scenery of the main streets of the Kowloon Peninsula in the middle of the night.

If you have not had the chance to enjoy the night view of both sides of Victoria Harbor at sea in the past two days since you have been in Hong Kong, now is your best chance to enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor.

Of course, if the weather that day is not stable, or you don’t want to walk because you are too full, you can choose to take the subway or take a taxi directly back to the hotel to rest. In addition, you can buy some Hong Kong specialty souvenirs at the supermarkets near the hotel, such as ParknShop and Wellcome, both of which are supermarkets we often go to.

More recommended souvenirs with Hong Kong characteristics: List of must-buy special souvenirs in Hong Kong

More hotel discounts: Use Klook mobile APP to book a hotel room for the first time, enter HotelOnApp to enjoy an extra 5% discount

Hong Kong attractions Victoria Harbor night view day view respectively
If you have time, the day and night views of Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong are worth seeing. (Click to enlarge the picture)

How to plan a three-day and two-night trip to Hong Kong?

If you have arranged a three-day and two-night trip to Hong Kong, you can refer to the first- and second-day itinerary just shared with you to arrange to visit the attractions in Central and Tsim Sha Tsui.

As for the itinerary for the third day, you can choose an itinerary suitable for a day trip among the following itineraries with different themes.

Don’t know what time your flight needs to be to leave Hong Kong? If you will leave Hong Kong between noon and afternoon, we will recommend you to visit some attractions in Hong Kong and close to MTR stations. This allows you to gain time for sightseeing from morning to afternoon, and then quickly take the subway to the airport. However, if you can stay until the third night before leaving Hong Kong, you can consider heading to some scenic spots in the suburbs of Hong Kong to experience some of the natural scenery outside Hong Kong city.

More Hong Kong Travel information: Hong Kong travel information classification collection

Hong Kong Attractions Hong Kong Photo Spots
In addition to visiting some classic attractions in Hong Kong, there are also many attractions that you can experience in depth. (Click to enlarge the picture)

Sightseeing itinerary for a day trip to Hong Kong

Since we visited Central and Tsim Sha Tsui on the first and second days of the itinerary, we also enjoyed the night view of Victoria Harbor and experienced the scenery of the busiest city in Hong Kong.

On the third day of your itinerary, you can consider going to some scenic spots far away from the city of Hong Kong to explore the natural environment of Hong Kong. The arrangements for the third day's itinerary are relatively simple. The goal is to arrange a 7-9 hour itinerary. In just a few hours, you can have the opportunity to visit some theme parks, beaches, outlying islands, and enjoy Hong Kong’s natural scenery. Among these suburban attractions, there are also many attractions that we often go to during holidays. I believe you will like to visit these attractions!

Hong Kong Ocean Park

Ocean Park Hong Kong is a large theme park located in the southern district of Hong Kong Island. It contains multiple aquariums, zoos, different water parks, and amusement rides. If you want to see giant pandas, experience exciting roller coasters, and visit an aquarium on the same day, Hong Kong Ocean Park can satisfy your multiple wishes at the same time.

The itinerary to Hong Kong Ocean Park is very simple: as long as you leave the hotel at 07:00 in the morning on the third day and arrive at Hong Kong Ocean Park before 10:00 in the morning, you can have 9 hours to participate in different activities in Hong Kong Ocean Park. Types of mobile games, as well as trips to aquariums and zoos with different themes. In other words, you can arrange a whole day's itinerary in Hong Kong Ocean Park, and then return to Hong Kong city in the evening to go to the city's attractions and restaurants.

If this is your first time coming to Hong Kong, you may not know which one you should go to between Hong Kong Ocean Park and Hong Kong Disneyland. To put it simply, if you like cartoon characters in Disneyland, of course you must go to Hong Kong Disneyland. However, if you want to experience the most exciting roller coaster and at the same time enjoy a large aquarium, Hong Kong Ocean Park will be more suitable for you.

Hong Kong Disneyland is a very worthwhile attraction. However, if you have never seen giant pandas or an aquarium, Hong Kong Ocean Park will be worth a visit.

More theme park ticket information: Hong Kong Ocean Park’s latest ticket discounts
Accommodation near Ocean Park Hong Kong: The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong,Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel

Recommended Attractions in Hong Kong Island-Theme Park-Ocean Park
In Hong Kong Ocean Park, you can have the opportunity to get close to giant pandas, dolphins, and experience the most exciting rides. (Click on image to enlarge)

Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland, located at Sunny Bay MTR Station, is an attraction very close to the Hong Kong Airport. It is also a very suitable itinerary to arrange the day before leaving Hong Kong. If you are planning to take a late-night flight out of Hong Kong today, as long as you depart from Hong Kong city at 07:00 in the morning, you can play at Hong Kong Disneyland until the evening. You can also enjoy the parade and fireworks display held by Hong Kong Disneyland in the evening, and then take a taxi directly to the Hong Kong Airport to catch your flight

However, if you are flying out of Hong Kong tomorrow, you can also go to Hong Kong Disneyland for a full day and then stay at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel. This way you won’t miss any of the parades or fireworks, and you can spend the entire evening in Hong Kong Disneyland. In the morning of the next day, you can also have breakfast in the hotel and take a taxi directly to Hong Kong International Airport.

Ticket booking discount: Hong Kong Disneyland ticket discounts
Accommodation options near Hong Kong Disneyland: Disney Explorers Lodge,Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel

Hong Kong Attractions Hong Kong Disneyland

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Hong Kong Disneyland-Fireworks Display
Hong Kong Disneyland hosts parades and fireworks displays with different themes every day. (Click on the image to learn more)

Tai O

Tai O is an attraction located on the outskirts of Lantau Island in Hong Kong. It is also a very suitable place for you to experience traditional fishing villages and natural environment.

If you have never been to Tai O, it is well worth considering a visit. Because the transportation to Tai O is very convenient, you only need to take the bus to Tai O from Tung Chung, and it will take about an hour to arrive. In addition, you can also take the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car and then transfer to the bus to Tai O, so that you can have both cable car sightseeing and natural scenery appreciation in the same itinerary.

If you plan to go to Tai O and experience their water culture, then you must visit the floating shacks in Tai O. In addition, you can take a boat ride with local residents to enjoy the sea view, or join a guided tour led by local residents, and let them introduce you to the local history and culture of Tai O, and give you the opportunity to understand the history of Hong Kong from the past The process of developing a small fishing village into a modern city.

Tai O one-day tour itinerary: Experience a traditional fishing village in Tai O on a day trip

Recommended Tai O sightseeing packages: Tai O Day Tour x Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Package / klook Hong Kong attractions pass / Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Ticket
Tai O accommodation options: Tai O Heritage Hotel,Sheraton Tung Chung Hotel

Tai O Market, Lantau Island, Hong Kong Attractions
Tai O is a fishing village famous for its water town, and it is a very suitable place for sightseeing during holidays. (Click to enlarge the picture)

Cheung Chau Island

Compared with Tai O, Cheung Chau Island is a more convenient and lively tourist attraction. Since there are many restaurants and holiday houses on Cheung Chau Island that can be booked, even if you want to arrange a two-day and one-night trip, it is absolutely possible. Basically, Cheung Chau Island is among the many outlying islands and is a very suitable spot for arranging sightseeing trips.

To put it simply, if you like to go to the beach, ride bicycles, and also like to eat fish balls, siu mai, egg waffles, poplar nectar and other Hong Kong-style snacks, you can fully satisfy all your wishes on Cheung Chau Island. Especially on a clear day, you can stand next to Cheung Chau Pier and enjoy the endless blue sky. For a city full of high-rise buildings, visiting Cheung Chau Island is a very rare experience during your trip to Hong Kong.

If you plan to arrange a trip to Cheung Chau Island, you only need to take the ferry from Central Pier to Cheung Chau Pier at 09:00 in the morning. Basically, you can arrive at Cheung Chau at around 10:00 in the morning.

After arriving on Cheung Chau Island, you can choose to go to the beach, go cycling, or walk to the hillside of Cheung Chau to watch the sea, giving you more opportunities to get close to the natural scenery. At around 15:00 in the afternoon, go to the restaurants located next to the Cheung Chau Pier, buy some authentic Hong Kong-style snacks, and enjoy the coastal scenery of Cheung Chau next to the pier.

If you don’t plan to have dinner in Cheung Chau, but have booked some high-end restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui, you can take the ferry that leaves from Cheung Chau Pier at 18:00 in the evening and will arrive at the Central Pier around 19:00 . Such an itinerary will just allow you to experience the natural scenery in the outskirts of Hong Kong, and at the same time, you will not miss the opportunity to enjoy fine dining at high-end restaurants in the city.

More Hong Kong tickets and dining discounts: Klook Hong Kong Offers and Discounts List

Hong Kong Attractions Hong Kong Outlying Islands Attractions Cheung Chau
Cheung Chau is a very suitable scenic spot for you to experience the blue sky and taste delicious food. (Click on image to enlarge)

Stanley x Repulse Bay

There are two other recommended attractions in the southern district of Hong Kong Island: Repulse Bay, which is famous for its beaches, and Stanley Market, a combination of specialty restaurants and coastal towns.

For some travelers who want to enjoy the beach in Hong Kong, these two attractions should be a perfect choice. Because you can arrange to visit Repulse Bay in the morning and enjoy the beach and sunbathing when the sun is strongest. Then in the afternoon we set off to Stanley Market, where we had lunch at a restaurant in Stanley Market and visited some small shops opened by local Hong Kong people.

In addition, you can also go to some bars located next to Stanley Bay around 18:00 in the afternoon. You can drink beer while watching the sunset over the bay. There is no other place where you can spend a whole day so easily.

Hong Kong Attractions-Repulse Bay Beach
Located in the southern district of Hong Kong Island, Repulse Bay is perfect for sunbathing. (Click on image to enlarge)

Suitable for Hong Kong itineraries that only have half a day of sightseeing time

Maybe you only have a three-day and two-night trip to Hong Kong this time, and you will leave Hong Kong on the afternoon of the third day. I believe you are all wondering what kind of itinerary can be arranged if you only have half a day?

Now that we have visited some major attractions in Hong Kong on the first and second days, we have finally fulfilled many of our wishes in the entire Hong Kong itinerary. So in half a day on the third day, we can go to some scenic spots that are close to the subway station and have convenient transportation. The more important thing is to save the remaining time to go to shopping malls, take commemorative photos at scenic spots, and eat more Hong Kong specialties.

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A half-day trip to see the natural scenery and shop on Lantau Island: Tian Tan Buddha x Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car x Tung Chung Citygate Outlets

If you only have about half a day left, and you want to find some attractions close to Hong Kong Airport, then the Tian Tan Buddha, Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car, and Tung Chung Citygate Outlets on Lantau Island will be the most suitable attractions for this itinerary. Because you can arrange shopping and sightseeing at the same time in just half a day, and you can also find a special place to store your luggage, allowing you to enjoy the natural scenery of Lantau Island easily.

Today’s itinerary is to have breakfast in Central first, and then take the Tung Chung Line from Central MTR Station to Tung Chung MTR Station. After arriving at Tung Chung MTR Station, first store your luggage at the Customer Service Center of Tung Chung Citygate Outlets, and then take the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car to Ngong Ping Market.

While riding the Ngong Ping 360 cable car, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the scenery of aircraft taking off and landing on the runway of Hong Kong Airport, as well as the green belt of Lantau Island. It takes about 30 minutes to reach Ngong Ping Market, and then you can slowly walk from Ngong Ping Market to the Tian Tan Buddha.

Hong Kong Transport Hong Kong MTR Tung Chung Line
It only takes about 30 minutes to take the Tung Chung Line and you can quickly depart from Central to Tung Chung. (Click on image to enlarge)

Departing from Hong Kong City to Lantau Island

If you arrange to depart from Central at 08:00 in the morning, you will have breakfast and arrive at the Central MTR station at about 09:00 in the morning. Take the Tung Chung Line from Central MTR Station and you should arrive at Tung Chung MTR Station around 10:00 in the morning. It will then take about half an hour to store your suitcases and restock drinks. You can take the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car at 10:30 in the morning and arrive at the Ngong Ping Market and Tian Tan Buddha around 11:00 in the morning.

However, before setting off to ride the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car, we strongly recommend that you purchase your Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car ticket on Klook in advance.

Because there is an advantage to using Klook to buy Ngong Ping 360 cable car tickets: they have arranged a special counter to process Klook orders, and you can basically buy tickets directly without spending time in queues. Especially during weekends and holidays, it is common to spend 30 minutes queuing to buy tickets. However, for today’s very tight schedule, as long as you can save time in queuing, it means you have more time to visit more places.

Book Ngong Ping 360 cable car tickets: Klook exclusive discount on Ngong Ping 360 cable car tickets

Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Klook Ticket Discount
Klook has set up a ticket exchange counter at the ticket office of Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Station. (Click on the image to learn more)

Take the Ngong Ping 360 cable car to enjoy the natural scenery

After redeeming the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car ticket, you are ready to take the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car to Ngong Ping Market.

The Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car has three types of carriages to choose from, including standard carriages, crystal carriages and panoramic carriages. If you want to experience the car with a glass floor, you must buy tickets for the crystal car and the panoramic car. The price is a little higher than the standard car, but you can enjoy the rural scenery of Lantau Island from more different angles.

When you arrive at Ngong Ping Market, it only takes about 10 minutes to walk to the Tian Tan Buddha to pay homage. You can also visit the shops at Ngong Ping Market on the way. Generally speaking, a 2-hour trip is enough for you to visit the Tian Tan Buddha and Ngong Ping Market.

Around 13:00 in the afternoon, you can take the Ngong Ping 360 cable car back to Tung Chung MTR Station. However, more people visit Ngong Ping Market during holidays and weekends, so you may need to allow a little more time to wait in line before taking the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car back to Tung Chung MTR Station.

More Ngong Ping 360 cable car travel information:Ngong Ping Market One Day Tour Itinerary / Ngong Ping 360 cable car opening hours and recommended attractions

Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Crystal Cabin Ngong Ping Cable Car Day Trip
The crystal carriages and panoramic carriages of Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car are specially equipped with glass floors, allowing you to enjoy the natural scenery from multiple angles. (Click on image to enlarge)
Hong Kong Attraction Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Experience
Taking the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car from Tung Chung MTR Station is the most convenient way to visit the Tian Tan Buddha. (Click on image to enlarge)

Arrange shopping trip at Tung Chung Citygate Outlets

It only takes about 30 minutes to take the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car from Ngong Ping Market back to Tung Chung MTR Station. At the same time, Tung Chung Citygate Outlets, located next to Tung Chung MTR Station, is the largest shopping mall in the entire Lantau Island area and is home to the largest number of restaurants.

Compared with Hong Kong International Airport, Tung Chung Citygate Outlets is more worth your time for shopping and dinner. For example, in Tung Chung Citygate Outlets, you can easily find several Hong Kong-style tea restaurants and Hong Kong-style tea houses. Basically, you can enjoy any Hong Kong-style food. In addition, Tung Chung Citygate Outlets also has several shops that specialize in selling Hong Kong specialties. Special Hong Kong snacks such as egg rolls and butterfly cakes can be easily purchased.

In addition to buying souvenirs for friends, you can also buy some brand-name products for yourself at the high-end clothing store in Tung Chung Citygate Outlets. For example, in Tung Chung Citygate Outlets, you can find branches of Adidas, American Eagle, BURBERRY, and COACH. Promotions with different themes are often held, and some products are even offered at half-price discounts.

If you also plan to spend money on some sporting goods and designer clothes, we recommend that you plan more time to go to Tung Chung Citygate Outlets.

More Tung Chung sightseeing package discounts: Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Discount Package,klook Hong Kong attractions pass,Hong Kong Airport Express Ticket
More information about Citygate Outlets: Citygate Outlets Mall in Tung Chung: Completet Guide to The Largest Outlet Mall in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Attractions Tung Chung Shopping Center Tung Chung Citygate Outlets
Tung Chung Citygate Outlets is the largest shopping mall on Lantau Island. If you like shopping, you must not miss it. (Click on the image to learn more)

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A half-day trip for taking pictures: Hoi Shan Lou Monster Mansion x Choi Hung Village x Wong Tai Sin Temple

For those of you who like photography and Hong Kong street sceneries, which attractions in Hong Kong are suitable for a half-day trip?

Because you have already visited Central and Tsim Sha Tsui on the first and second days, we would recommend that you plan your itinerary on the third day to visit the East District of Hong Kong Island and the East District of Kowloon, which means you can visit some of the most traditional places in Hong Kong. residential area. This gives you the opportunity to visit the unique Hong Kong-style buildings in person, and take some of the most Hong Kong-style photos along the way.

"Monster Mansion"

After breakfast at 08:00 in the morning, we took the tram from our hotel in Central to Quarry Bay and visited Hoi Shan House, known as the Monster Building.

Buildings such as Hoi Shan House are very typical old-style residential buildings in Hong Kong. They have a history of more than 50 years since they were built. From the densely packed residences, I believe you can understand what kind of life is hidden behind the fast and efficient city of Hong Kong.

However, you must respect the local residents when taking photos in the Monster Mansion. After all, the Monster Mansion is a private residence and they have the right to refuse entry to others. So try to take pictures quietly without disturbing local residents. If one day residents feel that their privacy has been invaded, it will inevitably happen that they announce a ban on taking photos and restrict entry to residents only.

More Monster Mansion address, transportation, and travel information: Hong Kong Monster Building – Hoi Shan House

The Monster Building in Quarry Bay, Hoi Shan House
The houses are so close to each other that they are almost within reach. (Click on image to enlarge)
Monster Building - Haishan Building, Quarry Bay
A monster building like a high wall. (Click on the image to learn more)

Rainbow Village

After visiting the Monster Mansion, just take the MTR from Taikoo MTR Station to Choi Hung MRT Station to visit Choi Choi Village. Choi Choi Estate, located at Choi Choi MTR Station, is a large public housing estate with a history of more than 60 years. The reason why we recommend you to visit Rainbow Village is because the exterior walls of these buildings are designed to look like a rainbow. On a clear day, they look like a huge rainbow, which is especially suitable for taking pictures.

Since Caihong Village is very close to Caihong MRT Station, you don’t need to walk too long to get there. Generally speaking, you should be able to complete the photo tour of Monster Mansion and Rainbow Village before 12:00 noon. Then you can go to Telford Plaza or MegaBox located at Kowloon Bay MTR Station, have lunch in these two large shopping malls, and take the opportunity to do some shopping.

Kowloon Bay Shopping Mall Address:

Telford Plaza: 33 Wai Yip Street, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon
MegaBox: Tower 2, Enterprise Plaza Phase 5, 38 Wang Chiu Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon

The necessary Octopus cards for traveling on Hong Kong MTR: Discounts for booking Octopus cards

Hong Kong Attractions Choi Hung Village
Choi Choi Village is one of the few residential towers with facades of multiple colors. (Click on image to enlarge)
Hong Kong Shopping Attractions-Kowloon Bay-Megabox
MegaBox, a large shopping mall located in Kowloon Bay (click to enlarge the picture, picture: MegaBox Instagram)

Half-day tour of Hong Kong Island by tram: from Causeway Bay to Sheung Wan

If you didn’t have the opportunity to ride the double-decker tram running on Hong Kong Island in the first few days, you can just join the tram panoramic tour organized by the tram company during today’s half-day trip, and you will have the opportunity to appreciate the different areas of Hong Kong Island at once. of different faces.

In a short one-hour journey, the tram will pass through five very important areas in Hong Kong, namely: Causeway Bay, Wan Chai, Admiralty, Central, and Sheung Wan.

These five areas each have different characteristics. For example, Causeway Bay is the busiest shopping hotspot on Hong Kong Island, and Wan Chai is a place with many old Hong Kong buildings. Admiralty and Central are the most important and busiest commercial centers in Hong Kong. Sheung Wan is a community with a long history. Whether it is historical old buildings, antique open-air markets, markets specializing in dried seafood, or some of the most authentic Hong Kong-style restaurants, you can easily find them in Sheung Wan. If you want to experience the nostalgic side of Hong Kong, Sheung Wan is the place you must go.

Another feature of the panoramic tram tour is that it uses an open-top tram as a sightseeing route, and it also provides introductions in multiple languages about the features of different buildings and streets along the way. If it is your first time to take a Hong Kong tram, taking a tram panoramic tour will be a more convenient and easier way to visit different areas of Hong Kong.

Of course, you can also take a higher level challenge, ride an ordinary tram with other Hong Kong people, and arrange a tram sightseeing itinerary of your choice. However, you must be careful to note that the trams running on the road depart from different terminals, and the carriages will be crowded during peak hours. For those of you who plan to take a tram while enjoying the city scenery of Hong Kong, this may be a very challenging trip.

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Hong Kong Attractions-Hong Kong Tram Panoramic Tour
If you want to take a tram to see the city scenery of Hong Kong, the tram panoramic tour will be the most comfortable and convenient choice. (Click on the image to learn more)
Hong Kong Attractions Causeway Bay Attractions Causeway Bay sogo
The tram departs from Causeway Bay, one of the busiest business districts on Hong Kong Island. (Click on image to enlarge)
Hong Kong Tram Hong Kong Traffic
Taking a tram is the best way to experience Hong Kong’s urban scenery up close. (Click on image to enlarge)

Take the opportunity to taste Hong Kong-style cuisine with this half-day tour

What foods in Hong Kong do you most want to eat? If you don’t have time to taste delicious food on the first and second days because you have to go to different attractions, you must seize the opportunity to taste Hong Kong-style food on the third day.

For example, starting from 08:00 in the morning, you can enjoy the richest English breakfast All Day Breakfast in the hotel. Then we went to a tea restaurant in Central and ordered some Hong Kong-style milk tea, pineapple buns, and wonton noodles.

At noon, we set off to the Peninsula Hotel, located in The Peninsula, and made a reservation for the Hong Kong English Afternoon Tea in the lobby cafe. In the afternoon, we had another roast goose and roasted food set meal, as well as a few baskets of dim sum, and finally returned to the hotel to pick up some suitcases and set off for the Hong Kong Airport.

Perhaps for many people, this itinerary is a bit exaggerated. How can it be possible to eat such a thing in just a few hours? To be honest, we have all tried this kind of itinerary with the theme of experiencing food during vacation. As long as we visit different attractions while eating, we have basically digested most of it by the way. In addition, it is only by chance that you have the opportunity to arrange this kind of trip, so you can treat it as your last chance to taste Hong Kong-style food before leaving Hong Kong.

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There are so many delicious foods to choose from in Hong Kong that you can basically eat them all in three days and three nights. (Click on image to enlarge)

Hong Kong four-day and three-night itinerary arrangement

According to our observations on different discussion boards and different travel notes, as well as Hong Kong’s official tourism data records, most people plan to visit Hong Kong for three days and two nights, and some people will arrange four days and three nights. Night journey. I wonder how many days you will arrange your trip this time?

If you plan to stay in Hong Kong for four days and three nights, you can refer to the following arrangements for this four-day and three-night Hong Kong itinerary: visit Central on the first day, Tsim Sha Tsui on the second day, and have a whole day on the third day. You can refer to the following itinerary for any time on the day. As for the itinerary for the fourth day, just choose one of the half-day itineraries just shared, so that you can set off to Hong Kong Airport on time.

To put it simply, because you have a full day on the third day, you have the opportunity to choose some attractions away from the city of Hong Kong. For example, Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong Ocean Park, or Lantau Island, Tai O, Cheung Chau, Stanley, Repulse Bay, etc. are places where you can appreciate the natural scenery of Hong Kong.

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Spend a full day at the theme parks: Visit Hong Kong Disneyland, Ocean Park Hong Kong

Since we have already arranged to visit some Hong Kong city attractions on the first and second days, we should also reserve time to go to the Hong Kong Airport on the fourth day. So on the third day of the trip, of course, we should seize the opportunity to spend a whole day in the theme park. Today’s itinerary is to choose one of the two theme parks, Hong Kong Disneyland and Hong Kong Ocean Park, to spend a whole day.

Generally speaking, most tourists prefer to go to Hong Kong Disneyland, because you can experience the parade and fireworks display in Hong Kong Disneyland. At the same time, you can also take photos with different classic cartoon characters and play some mobile games. Everyone of that age will love a trip to Hong Kong Disneyland.

Compared with Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong Ocean Park will be more suitable for some tourists who like to play exciting rides and some who like to visit aquariums. The experience in both aspects will be much better than Hong Kong Disneyland. In addition, Hong Kong Ocean Park is relatively close to the urban area of Hong Kong Island, and you only need to take the MTR for 15 minutes to return to Central. If you plan to set off on the third night to enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor and experience the nightlife in Lan Kwai Fong in Central, Hong Kong Ocean Park will be a more convenient choice of attractions.

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Hong Kong Attractions Hong Kong Disneyland
If you like to take photos with cartoon characters, Hong Kong Disneyland is a great place to plan a full-day trip. (Click on the image to learn more)
Recommended Attractions in Hong Kong Island-Theme Park-Ocean Park
Hong Kong Ocean Park has many exciting amusement rides, as well as attractions where you can see giant pandas and aquariums in person. (Click on the image to learn more)

A day enjoying the natural scenery in the countryside of Hong Kong: Cheung Chau, Stanley, Tai O

If you have the opportunity to spend a whole day visiting the outskirts of Hong Kong, Cheung Chau, Stanley, and Tai O are some of the scenic spots where you can enjoy the sea view, blue sky and white clouds, and at the same time taste Hong Kong-style food. Starting at 08:00 in the morning, as long as you arrange a 6-8 hour itinerary, you will be able to deeply experience the uniqueness of these attractions.

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Hong Kong Attractions Hong Kong Outlying Islands Attractions Cheung Chau
You can easily see a large piece of blue sky at Cheung Chau Pier. (Click on image to enlarge)
Tai O attractions Tai O cats
On a lucky day, you can meet cats sunbathing in Tai O, Lantau Island. (Click on image to enlarge)
Tai O Scenic Spot Dry Seafood Market
Tai O, Lantau Island, is a very traditional fishing village that sells a variety of specialty seafood. (Click on image to enlarge)

Experience mountaineering itineraries in the city

If you like sports and have the habit of hiking, you can arrange a hiking trip from Central to the Peak Square. Along the way, you will pass through some natural trails in the Mid-Levels area of Central. You can also slowly walk up the hill from the ground while enjoying the views of Victoria Harbor at different heights.

Starting from the Peak Tram Station in Central, basically this climbing route is not very difficult. If this is a mountaineering trip, perhaps a walk in the countryside would be more appropriate. If you start at 09:00 in the morning, it only takes about 3 hours to complete this 3.8-kilometer hiking route and reach the summit square before 12:00 in the morning. You still have half a day to go to some Hong Kong-style teahouses and Hong Kong-style tea restaurants for lunch.

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Lugard Road, Hong Kong-The Peak of Victoria Peak, Hong Kong-Victoria Harbor View
Luji Plank Road is located next to the Peak Plaza. (Photo: youth.gov.hk)

How should I plan my five-day and four-night Hong Kong itinerary?

After sharing with you a two-day and one-night Hong Kong itinerary, a three-day and two-night Hong Kong itinerary, and a four-day and three-night Hong Kong itinerary, I believe you have a certain understanding of Hong Kong travel itinerary planning. You should all know the characteristics of each attraction, as well as which attractions are suitable for a half-day trip and which ones require a full day.

If you have arranged a five-day and four-night itinerary in Hong Kong this time, you can refer to the itineraries I just shared with you that are arranged in urban and suburban areas of Hong Kong.

To put it simply, go to Central and Tsim Sha Tsui on the first and second days, and first arrange some attractions that you think you must visit. Then on the third and fourth days, we will choose some attractions far away from the city center of Hong Kong, such as outlying islands, theme parks, etc. Of course, you can choose to visit some places you think are worth revisiting again, just like when you travel to other countries, you will decide to spend an hour to take the bus again just for a delicious restaurant. .

However, if this is not your first time traveling to Hong Kong, and you have been to outlying islands and theme parks several times, you can consider arranging to experience places such as Sai Kung, Discovery Bay, and Lion Rock. What are the differences between these areas and popular tourist attractions?

On the fifth day of the itinerary, because you have to arrive at the Hong Kong Airport on time, you can choose some half-day itineraries to visit Hong Kong city attractions and taste Hong Kong-style food. The goal is to seize the time and enjoy your time traveling in Hong Kong, and to exchange the remaining Hong Kong dollars for some souvenirs you like.

I believe that the five-day and four-night itinerary arranged in this way will allow you to experience the most prosperous and authentic aspects of Hong Kong. It will be your most satisfying travel itinerary.

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The seafood restaurant in Sai Kung often displays the fresh seafood caught that day in the fish tank. (Click on image to enlarge)
Po Pin Chau, Sai Kung
Geopark located in Sai Kung. (Click on image to enlarge)

Summarize

In Hong Kong, a place that is not very large, but is actually not very small either, planning an itinerary can be either very simple or very difficult. Because the simplest thing is to just plan your itinerary and plan to go to different restaurants to taste different dishes every day, and then go to different shopping malls.

The most difficult part is how to avoid repeating your daily itinerary, allowing you to experience the local culture of Hong Kong, and how to plan a unique trip to Hong Kong that is most suitable for you.

I wonder what kind of Hong Kong itinerary you have planned after reading this article? Writing this article gave us a deeper understanding of Hong Kong, and we also learned that there are so many scenic spots worth visiting in Hong Kong, and that there can be so many different changes in just a few days of travel. Perhaps this is the interesting thing about Hong Kong. place. If you have any questions or would like to share your itinerary with us, you can contact us at any time.

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