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Ma Wan Noah’s Ark is the world’s only full-size replica of Noah’s Ark. Rich with natural landscapes and a wide variety of amenities and featured activities, this unique attraction conveys many different aspects of love and life.
Distance: 11 km
One of the most popular shopping street markets in Hong Kong, Ladies' Market, located along Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, is a must-visit destination for fashion lovers. Here you can spot bargain-priced clothing, bags, accessories, toys, cosmetics and household knick-knacks plus much more.
Distance: 13 km
View the Peak or take the iconic Star Ferry to enjoy stunning vistas around Victoria Harbour, regarded as a true sightseeing marvel. Don’t miss the “Symphony of Lights” night show featuring laser displays emanating from the harbour-front buildings.
Hong Kong Disneyland
Distance: 15 km
Located near the Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong Disneyland invites you to embark on a magical journey to the legendary fairytale kingdom. The action never stops as a host of beloved Disney characters take fun and excitement to new heights.
Lan Kwai Fong and SoHo
Distance: 18 km
Lan Kwai Fong is the buzzing entertainment centre for clubs, bars and restaurants. This dynamic warren of Western-style urban chic is a must for night owls and people-watchers. Stroll along nearby Hollywood Road and you will also soon discover Hong Kong's SoHo district, which also offers a wide range of cool upmarket international restaurants and bars.
The Peak is Hong Kong's number one tourist attraction. Looking down over the city you’ll be thrilled by the spectacular urban skyline view, the world-famous Victoria Harbour, towering skyscrapers and peaceful green rolling hillsides.
Ocean Park Hong Kong is one of Hong Kong's most beloved attractions, featuring rides, exhibits and conservation facilities. Located on the southern side of Hong Kong Island, the Park has three attraction areas all connected by cable car plus an outdoor escalator ranked as the second longest in the world, and Ocean Express. The recently launched Aqua City is a world-class marine-theme area that greatly enhances your overall Park experience.
A popular market town on the sunny south side of Hong Kong Island, Stanley's relaxed ambience, pristine seaside environment and shopping bargains have made it a world famous landmark. Here you’ll enjoy a wide variety of funky bars and pleasant restaurants; it is a great place to get a cocktail or a bite to eat.
Cast in sparkling, brilliant bronze, the world's tallest outdoor bronze Giant Buddha sits serenely atop Ngong Ping plateau next to with the Po Lin Monastery amidst the spectacular mountain scenery of Lantau Island.
West Kowloon Cultural District
Distance: 12 km
As the new vibrant arts and cultural quarter located in the heart of Hong Kong, the District includes stunning views along the green open spaces of Art Park, exciting multi-genre performances and events presented by the Xiqu Centre and Freespace, and more exciting venues to open in the near future including M+, Hong Kong’s museum for contemporary visual culture, and the Hong Kong Palace Museum.
Distance: 17 km
Once a living record of the legal, judiciary and penal system in Hong Kong; today Tai Kwun is a host of 16 revitalised heritage and arts venues. Visitors can enjoy an eclectic mix of visual arts, music and theatre performances, film screenings and educational programs, with a sprinkling of free lunchtime concerts, evening openings and a stellar lineup of restaurants.