Several attractions of Hong Kong Island are as listed below:
Central District is the economic and entertainment hub of Hong Kong Island, and every tourist in Hong Kong does passes through the district. The District, marked by skyscrapers, can also be termed a jungle of concrete and glass. Nestled between these buildings are Hong Kong Park and Botanical & Zoological Gardens. The District is also the centre of shopping and entertainment activity in Hong Kong.
Some highlights of Central District are Bank of China Tower, Hong Kong Park, Botanical and Zoological Gardens, Star Ferry Pier, Queen's Road Central and Li Yuen Street.
View of Hong Kong from Victoria Peak is stupefying. Specially, when you view Hongkong skyline from the Peak Tram, climbing at 450 incline, you become speechless. The ideal time of visiting Victoria Peak is at dusk, so that one can view the towers of steel both in daylight and night. Needless to say, both the views are stupendous.
Peak Tower, sitting atop the Victoria Peak is a well-known tourist attraction. The buildings, when looked from the Tower, seem jutting out of the earth. The Peak Cafe offers incredible variety of cuisine in neo-classical ambience. The Peak Tower also includes Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum Odditorium, which is very popular among children. Another 'not-to-miss' is a ride through a dark tunnel called Rise of The Dragon.
Admirality is the concentration of glittering shopping malls. The brightest star in the galaxy of shopping malls is Pacific Palace, which hosts the czars of fashion. The region is also studded by five-star and three-star hotels. Hotels like Conrad, Marriott and Island Shangri-La lie in the region.
Causeway Bay, also known as East Point, is one of Hong Kong's leading shopping centers. Renowned malls like Times Square and Windsor House lie in Causeway Bay. Multi-storey Japanese departmental store Sogo is another jewel in its crown. The shopping centre also holds smaller malls like Fashion Island, Lee Gardens and Hang Lung Centre. Street shops attract people who are fond of purchasing their goods through bargaining.
Reputation of Wan Chai is as a busy commercial area. The area features office towers, hotels, parks and a world-class conference centre. Wan Chai is also a major centre of various cultures, particularly Chinese. 'Arts Centre' and 'Academy of Performing Arts' are located in Wan Chai. Frequent exhibitions are held at the Arts Centre.
Aberdeen, the largest satellite town, is a vibrant waterfront resort for the residents of Hongkong city. It is unique in the sense that it puts forward the traditional lifestyle and modernity on a single platter. Floating restaurants are interesting features of this tourist destination.
Ocean Park, the largest oceanarium in the world, is the foremost tourist attraction in South Hongkong. The Park was launched long before in 1977 with the investment of HK$150 million. Spreading on approximate 170 acres, the Ocean Park offers Ocean Theatre, Atoll Reef, Film Fantasia, Ancient World, Kid's World and several thrilling games.