Western Market - is right at the end of the tram stop on Hong Kong island and sells silks, dress fabric, arts and crafts.
You can't miss the building, its a red-brick Edwardian-style historical landmark. It first opened in 1906 and has been operating ever since.
Western - Sheung Wan
Western - amongst other things, is where the Macau ferries leave from. There are also lots of small stores and restaurants around the area.
Life around this area is more traditional Chinese especially around Wing Lok Street . There are local herb shops, tea shops and wholesale stores. The buildings are also older than in Central
Old Supreme Court
What is today determined as the Legislative Council Building was once the old Supreme Court. The building was designed by a British Architect (Sir Aston Webb) and built on reclaimed land in 1912. In 1985 it was converted to accommodate the Legislative Council. Right in the middle of Hong Kong Islands Central District, it really is a lovely old styled building in comparison to the modern soaring skyscrapers that surround it.
Central is just a ferry ride from Kowloon side over to Hong Kong Island or a short MTR train ride to Central Station. Many designer stores are found here as well as local shops and small lanes filled with stalls.
Planet Hollywood also has a branch here. Nightlife is good at Lang Kwai Fong as well.
The Peak on Hong Kong Island is probably something you should do twice. Once by day and the other by night. You will see some of the most amazing views of Hong Kong and by night, a transformation into a fairy land.
Top of Victoria Peak
Go to top of Victoria Peak at Hong Kong Island. You can see superb skyline of Hong Kong and Kowloon Island as well as Victoria Harbour on top of the hill. Also, there is a shopping centre and some restaurants on top of the hill near the tram station.
- Arts and Culture
- Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
- Budget Travel
Visit the Museum
We found the HK museum really fascinating. Not really knowing mush about the area, the museum is very well laid out with extremely well presented exhibits. A great place to visit.
- Family Travel
- Gay and Lesbian
Repulse Bay is a bay in the southern part of Hong Kong Island. At the Southeast end of Repulse Bay beach is located of Kwun Yam Shrine.
Picture was taken since 2005.
This is a water park incorporated in the whole area of Ocean Park and Middle Kingdom. There are water slides, a wave pool, the Lazy River and a childrens area.
- Theme Park Trips
You find the Chinese Gardens with the Goldfish Pagoda, Japanese Gardens, Butterfly enclosure, Dinosaur Discovery Trail as well as many other new attractions since I was last there.
- Theme Park Trips
Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelters
Within the Causeway Bay typhoon shelter, daily life still continues in small boats and sampans amidst this busy business and tourist area. You can also hire sampans here in Summer.
You can climb up and look over the park, back up to the Peak and across over to Kowloon.
Just below the tower is the indoor aviary and conservatory.
There are four principal Mosques in Hong Kong. This Mosque was built in 1890 and is the oldest mosque in Hong Kong. It has been listed by the government as a historical building.
Po Lin Monastry at Lantau Island
Visit the Po Lin Monastry on Lantau Island. The Po Lin Monastry on Lantau Island is where the largest outdoor Buddha statue is located in the world. One of the must see if you are in Hong Kong.
- Historical Travel
Carvings & handicrafts of mythical creatures
In Hong Kong, there is a traditional belief in mythical creatures such as dragon, phoenix etc and these could be seen in the various aspects of the culture as well as various arts, handicrafts etc.
- Arts and Culture