Wander through the famous street markets in Mongkok and Yau Ma Tei, amble along the waterfront of Tsim Sha Tsui's promenade with its very own avenue of stars.
Hong Kong consists of 263 islands, Kowloon being the peninsula another busy place. This area has the biggest population in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong Museum of Art, located nearby, is a nice place for anyone who would wish to catch a glimpse of the rich Chinese culture. Nearby New Territories have an assortment of parks, several temples are in the area, including the famous 10,000 Buddhas temple. The islands are an important part of Hong Kong. Lantau is the largest island, and is famous for both beaches and mountains. Also, this island is home to the famous Tian Tan Giant Buddha Statue. The Outlying Islands are diverse, ranging from uninhabited, rocky islands to larger islands. You’re very likely to see fishermen at work, using traditional fishing methods. The local island restaurants offer some of the best seafood you’ll ever try. Also, there are several beaches that have interesting rock formations.