Celebrity handprints and a life-size statue of kung fu action hero Bruce Lee make this hot spot one of the top 10 things to see. Get there before 8pm for the best views of “The Symphony of Lights,” Hong Kong’s spectacular nightly light show.
The colonial-era Clock Tower next to the Hong Kong Cultural Centre will have been standing tall at the waterfront for over 100 years in 2015.
Undisputedly the best vantage point in the city with a spectacular tram ride up the hill make The Peak the single tourist thing you simply need to tick off, before you leave Hong Kong, ideally twice.
Depicting city’s emblem, The Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture gives the HKCEC’s Promenade the commonly-used name, Golden Bauhinia Square.
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