Fun With Hong Kong Thematic Tours
Hong Kong is a wonderland in Asia.The city boasts famous shopping squares, art museums, tourist spots, and many special local blocks. Here on Hong Kong tourism, famous Hong Kong tourist sites are recommended for your Hong Kong travel!

Museum Tours

Hong Kong Heritage Museum
The Hong Kong Heritage Museum was established to present a distinctive mix of history, art and culture in various forms. The museum covers a total exhibition area of 7,500 meters with 6 permanent galleries- the Orientation Theatre, the New Territories Heritage Hall, the Cantonese Opera Heritage Hall, the T.T Tsui Gallery of Chinese Art, the Chao Shao, and the Children’s Discovery Gallery as well as six thematic galleries that showcase diverse treasure of Hong Kong from time to time.

Location: No.1 Man Lam Road, Sha Tin, Hong Kong.
1. Alight at Che Kung Temple Station and then a five-minute walk.
2. Alight at Sha Tin Station and then a fifteen-minute walk.

Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defense
Formerly known as the Lei Yue Mun Fort, the Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defense was an important battlefield during the Battle for Hong Kong in 1941. The museum introduces the history of coastal defense since Ming and Ching Dynasty of China. Visitors may explore the artifacts and relics, and learn the history of Hong Kong in a relaxing environment.

Location: No.175 Tung Hei Road, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong
By MTR: Alight at Exit B2 of Shau Kei Wan Station and a 15-minute walk following the road signs.
By Bus: Take Citybus no.85 that runs between North Point Ferry Piers and Siu Sai Wan.

Hong Kong Museum of Art
Established in 1962, the Hong Kong Museum of Art houses a collection of 15,000 artworks including traditional Chinese paintings, calligraphic works, antique Chinese treasures, cultural relics as well as works by local artists. Other than the precious art objects, a wide variety of educational programmes can be found to enhance the visitors’ knowledge and interest in art.

Location: No. 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
By MTR: Alight at Exit E/J/K/L3 of Tsim Sha Tsui Station.
By Ferry: Alight at Star Ferry Pier of Tsim Sha Tsui

Hong Kong Museum of History
The Hong Kong Museum of History was formerly known as the Hong Kong Museum of History and Art. It was later separated to an individual museum focusing on history. The Museum houses 90,000 collections covering a wide range of folklore, natural history, archaeology, and local history.

Location: No. 100 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong (next to the Hong Kong Science Museum)
1. Alight at exit B2 of Tsim Sha Tsui Station, and walk along Cameron Road. The museum is about a 18-minute walk towards the direction of Tsim Sha Tsui East.
2. Alight at exit D of Jordan Station Station, and walk along Austin Road. The museum is about a 20-minute walk towards the direction of Tsim Sha Tsui East.
3. Alight at Hung Hom Station, and walk towards the direction of Tsim Sha Tsui. The museum is reachable by a 15-minute walk.

Hong Kong Science Museum
Occupying a permanent exhibition area of 6,500 square metres, the Museum houses over 500 exhibits with almost 70% of them are suitable interactive and suitable for all ages. Visitors are able to operate and experience high-tech products. The museum is an ideal and unique place for learning science.

Location: No. 2 Science Museum Road, Tsimshatsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong
1. Alight at exit B2 of Tsim Sha Tsui Station, and walk along Cameron Road. The museum is about a 18-minute walk towards the direction of Tsim Sha Tsui East.
2. Alight at exit D of Jordan Station Station, and walk along Austin Road. The museum is about a 20-minute walk towards the direction of Tsim Sha Tsui East.
3. Alight at Hung Hom Station, and walk towards the direction of Tsim Sha Tsui. The museum is reachable by a 15-minute walk.

Hong Kong Space Museum
Considered as one of the landmarks in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Space Museum features a unique egg-shaped dome structure and is divided into East and West sides. As the nucleus of the planetarium, the East side is embedded with Stanley Ho Space Theatre, the Hall of Space Science, workshops and offices. The West side consists of the Lecture Hall, the Hall of Astronomy, and the Gift Shop. If you feel intrigued in astronomy, you are invited to interact and participate in the activities planned by the museum to attain more knowledge on space.

Location: No. 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.The Hong Kong Racing Museum
By MTR: The museum is by the exit of Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station.

Hong Kong Racing Museum
With eight exhibition halls and a miniaturized cinema, the Hong Kong Racing Museum introduces stories about horse racing since 1840, inclusive of modernized lanes of horse racing and the unprecedented amount of money for a lottery winner. Each exhibition brings you closer to horse racing in Hong Kong.

Location: No. 2/F, Happy Valley Stand, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
By MTR: The museum is reachable by taking MTR to exit A of Times Square station.

Nostalgic Tours

The range of tourism in central western Hong Kong is quite broad and highlights nostalgia, tradition, modern, technology. You can indulge not only in antiquated seafood stores and herbal medicine stores, but know more about how Hong Kong has economically blossomed in the past decades.

Western Market
Built in 1960 with bricks and granites, Western Market is not only distinguished as an Edwardian style structure but also the oldest remaining market building in Hong Kong. The market is a four-storey building, and it is now legally considered as a historical site by Hong Kong Government. The market features a wide range of products inclusive of clothing, textile, music, food, and art presenting an antiquated atmosphere.

Wing Lok Street
The Wing Lok Street is a notable marketplace for Ginseng and edible swallow bird’s nest. Shops selling Chinese herbs, medicines, and various dried seafood. For ones looking for traditional Chinese nutrients in Hong Kong, Wing Lok Street is a great place for your explorations.

Des Voeux Road West
Des Voeux Road West is an old street with stores selling all sorts of Chinese medicine and superior dried seafood such as abalone, shark fin, bird’s ness,etc. Visitors are recommended to compare and purchase at the most reasonable prices.

Ko Shing Street
The Ko Shing Street is a well-known marketplace for Chinese medicine. With Des Voeu Road West on the other end, visitors may find numerous, valuable herbal medicines in this area.

Bonham Strand West (Nam Bug Hong)
Located in central Hong Kong towards Sheung Wan near the Western Market, the Bonham Strand West (Nam Bug Hong) is noted for dried seafood and Chinese herbs. The shops operate on wholesale basis but individuals are also welcome. You may also learn the usage and ways of preparations on the dried seafood from the vendors. As the whole street sells similar kinds of products, and mainly for wholesale, you may find prices competitive. However, the vendors tend not to welcome bargain!

Hollywood Road
Located in central Hong Kong, the Hollywood Road is the paradise for antique lovers! The road is filled with antique shops of all sorts-Chinese porcelain, furniture, rugs, ceramics, memorabilia, etc. Do not hesitate to visit Hollywood Road if you are an antique lover.

Upper Lascar Row
The Upper Lascar Row is also known as Cat Street with Hollywood Road runs on the north side. Like Hollywood Road, the Upper Lascar Row is a commercial center for antique trade. In addition to luxurious artistic productions, all kinds of nostalgic goods can be found on here. Visiting Upper Lascar Row is like taking a time machine bringing you back to ancient days.

Man Mo Temple (Man Mo Miu)
Man Mo Temple (Man Mo Miu) is a temple in Hong Kong enshrining Man Cheong (God of Literature) and Kwan Yu (God of War). Many Chinese and foreign tourists visit the temple to have a broad understanding of the Chinese culture and to see the antique bronze bell.

Shopping Tours

Causeway Bay
Causeway Bay is the heart of commercials and entertainments in Hong Kong. The area is assembled by several department stores such as World Trade Centre, Fashion Walk, and SOGO. Visitors may also find various Japanese boutique stores and supermarkets in this bourgeoning district. Enjoy shopping and visit notable tourist spots including the Cross Harbor Tunnel and Victoria Park.

Tsim Sha Tsui
Boasting as another commercial center of Hong Kong with vivid nightlife, Tsim Sha Tsui is an area filled with boutique brands of clothing and accessories as well as unique architectures of Former Hong Kong Marine Police Headquarter, Hong Kong Observatory, and Kowloon Mosque. The popular shopping centers here in Tsim Sha Tsui are Park Lane Shopper's Boulevard, Granville Square, Lok Road, and so on.

Mong Kok
Mong Kok is an area in the Yau Tsim Mong District on Kowloon Peninsula. Mong Kok meaning the flourishing corner in Cantonese, visitors may find numerous retailed shops, restaurants, and entertainments. The most notable street of Mong Kok is the Tung Choi Street (Ladies’ Street) that offers a variety of clothes, cosmetics, and accessories. Other streets in Mong Kok that travelers shall be interested are Sai Yeung Choi Street South- a street filled with shops selling consumer electronic products, cosmetics, and discount books, Temple Street (Men’s Street)-a street famous for local Hong Kong goods, Fa Yuen Street- a street with small retailers selling sports equipments and clothing, Portland Street- a street known as the red-light district in Hong Kong, and many other streets such as Bird Garden, Flower Market Road, Goldfish Market, Tile Street and Photocopy Street.

Amusement Park Tours

Hong Kong Disneyland
Inaugurated in September 2005, the Hong Kong Disneyland is established in Lantau Island covering a total area of 40 hectares. As an important tourist site for all ages and travelers, this fantasy amusement park provides multi-lingual services of Mandarin, English, and Cantonese services. Regardless of age and nationality, visit Hong Kong Disneyland to enjoy a marvelous trip!

Location: Lantau Island

Ocean Park Hong Kong
The Ocean Park Hong Kong is a marine-themed amusement park situated in Wong Chuk Hang and Nam Long Shan in the Southern District of Hong Kong. Established in 1997, the Ocean Park Hong Kong is renowned as the World's Seventh Most Popular Amusement Park The Ocean Park Hong Kong features a wide range of recreation equipments and the world’s largest aquarium as well as a pair of adorable giant pandas, An An and Jia Jia.

Location: Hong Kong Island

Night Tours

The Peak (Victoria Peak)

Located in the western half of Hong Kong Island, the Victoria Peak (Mt. Austin) is a mountain with an altitude of 552 meters. The Peak is one of the world’s top four spots for spectacular night sceneries over central Hong Kong, Victoria Harbor, and the surrounding islands. Visitors may take the peak tram to appreciate magnificent views and visit the world-renowned Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum of Hong Kong.

Victoria Harbor
Situated between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula, the Victoria Harbor boasts stunning sceneries and noted a major tourist attraction of Hong Kong. While appreciating the spectacular harbor views, the Avenue of Stars is also another tourist spot that you shall not want to miss while paying a visit to Victoria Harbor.