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Looking for the best Hong Kong tourist attractions? Don’t know where to spend your time in town? Look no further. We’ve tried to pin down Hong Kong’s 10 best tourist attractions. We’ve picked a mix of some firm favourites as well as some often overlooked choices:-

The Skyscraper Skyline: - It’s what the tourists come for and it rarely disappoints – smog allowing. Hong Kong has the most skyscrapers of any city in the world and most of them are crammed onto the north shore of Hong Kong Island. The result is photography gold. This breathtaking gang of high rises is best viewed from the Avenue of Star in Tsim Sha Tsui, at night, when you can see the buildings at their dazzling best.
Dai Pai Dongs: - Dai Pai Dongs are street side food stalls – plus a couple of benches. Featuring basic, but delicious noodle and rice dishes, usually a great line in seafood and if you’re lucky, ice cold beers they’re the perfect place to fill up on a quick and tasty dinner. The government has clamped down on Dai Pai Dongs in recent years because it doesn’t chime in with their effort to make Hong Kong a squeaky clean city but their scarcity has only added to the attraction.
Ocean Park: - Hong Kong’s premium theme park – which is quite some boast when your rival is Hong Kong Disneyland – Ocean Park has been offering thrills and spills to the people of Hong Kong for nearly forty years and quite honestly it has never been better. From the Pandas and incredible Jellyfish spectacular to the 4g inverted loops of the Hair Raiser rollercoaster, Ocean Park’s mix of animals and action packed rides is a winning combination.
Ping Shan Heritage Trail: - Few people venture outside of Hong Kong’s urban jungle, yet Hong Kong’s green lungs – the New Territories – are one of the few places you can find some local history. Home to Hong Kong’s walled villages, these fenced in settlements were founded by migrating family clans and many still celebrate their traditional heritage, both in their buildings and clothing and in lifestyle.
Don’t Miss: -
  • LegCo Building,Ngong Ping Cable Car,10,000 Buddha's Temple.
  • Temple Street Night Market, Ladies' Market,Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade.
  • Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (and Golden Bauhinia Square) .
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Indian Restaurants in Hong Kong :

Indian food is quite famous in Hong Kong and part of many restaurants there. Please find some Indian restaurants in Aberdeen, Indian restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsu:

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