This Hong Kong Map has been divided into 3 different sections, ie. Hong
Kong Island, Kowloon and New Territories and Outlying Islands.
We hope that this will give you convenience to plan your Hong Kong vacation of where to tour, shop and dine based on your accommodation or the major purpose of this trip.
(To view and use these interactive Hong Kong Maps, we recommend you use Firefox as your browser.)
Where to tour in Hong Kong Island?
HK University | Capital of HK | Dr Sun Yat-Sen Museum HK | Fireboat Alexander Grantham Gallery | HK Gateway to Macau | HK Film Archive | HK Jockey Club | HK Law Uk Folk Museum |
HK Mid-Autumn Festival/Fire Dragon Dance
| HK Museum of Coastal Defence | HK Museum of Tea Ware | HK Racing Museum | HK Seal Stone Museum | HK Star Ferry | HK Stock Market | HK Tram Tour | HK Visual Arts Centre | HK Western Market Tour | Jumbo Kingdom | Noon Day Gun |
Ocean Park HK
| The Peak
Where to shop in Hong Kong Island?
Here are just some highlights of some most popular shopping areas. For more shopping information, check out our Hong Kong Shopping page .
HK Antique Shopping | HK Costume Jewelry Shopping (Wing Kut Street and Wing Wo Street) | HK Electronics Shopping (Times Squares) | HK Furniture Shopping | HK Luxury Shopping (The Landmark, Pacific Place, Times Square, Sogo) | HK Market (Jardine's Crescent, Tai Yuen Street, Li Yuen Street East and West, Stanley Market) | HK Real Jewelry Shopping (Hennessy Road, Percival Street, Times Square) | HK Seal Stone Shopping (Man Wah Lane)
Where to dine in Hong Kong Island?
Lan Kwai Fong / Soho, Tai Hang, Tin Hau
Where to tour in Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories?
HK Avenue of Stars | City University of HK | Clock Tower | HK Baptist University | HK Chi Lin Nunnery | HK Chinese New Year Tour | HK Christmas | HK Cultural Centre | HK Dragon Boat Festival | HK Heritage Discovery Centre | HK Heritage Museum | HK Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree | HK Museum of Art | HK Museum Of History | HK Polytechnic University | HK Railway Museum | HK Science Museum | HK Space Museum | HK Star Ferry | HK Train Ride | HK University of Science and Technology | Kai Tak Airport | Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum | Nan Lian Garden HK | Ping Shan Tang Clan Gallery | Sam Tung Uk Museum | Sheung Yiu Folk Museum | Tai Fu Tai Museum | The Chinese University of HK
Where to shop in Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories?
Here are just a few highlights of some of the most popular shopping areas. For more shopping information, check out our Hong Kong Shopping page .
HK Electronics Shopping (Apliu Street) | HK Fashion Shopping (Granville Road, Sam Shui Po) | HK Luxury Shopping (Festival Walk, Gateway, Ocean Terminal) | HK Market (Mong Kok) |
HK Tailor (Tsim Sha Tsui and Tsim Sha Tsui East)
Where to dine in Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories?
Kowloon City | Lau Fau Shan
Where to tour in the Hong Kong Outlying Islands?
HK Cheung Chau | HK Chek Lap Kok Airport | HK Chinese Pink Dolphin Watch | HK Disneyland | HK Giant Buddha | HK Lamma Island Tour | Ngong Ping 360 | Tsing Ma BridgeCheck back our Hong Kong Map for more update later.
Hong Kong is not only an island. It actually includes Hong Kong Island,
the Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories(connected to Mainland China)
and 234 additional islands.
Click here to go to map of Hong Kong.
Because of all the islands, major roads throughout the entire Hong Kong map are connected together in a variety of ways, such as tunnels, bridges, trains and subways. To see this on a map click here.
If you would like to see a Hong Kong map showing a closer view of the streets (MTR or bus routes) Click Here.
If you are traveling to Hong Kong we highly recommend the STREET SMART HONG KONG
When my grandfather, a guy knew nothing about English, traveled to the States all by himself to visit his children, he always brought a set of Chinese-English kids flash cards with pictures in order to help him to communicate. Like when he wanted to have a cup of coffee, he could show a flash card to a wait staff. Recently, I found this set of flash cards, Learn Chinese - Flash Cards for Beginners, are very helpful for people like my husband, Perry, to get around the island. It has most of the basic words that you need on the trip.
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