Hong Kong’s incredible skyline is instantly recognizable, yet when you arrive you’ll be in the thick of it, surrounded by skyscrapers reaching for the skies. Head straight for the Star Ferry, and for a few coins let it take you across the harbour for some great views. On the Kowloon side of town, you’ll find several museums on the shore, including the city’s art museum and science museum. Take the metro to Kowloon Walled City Park if you’d like to do more walking and to explore more of Hong Kong’s history. Back over on Hong Kong Island, don’t miss wandering down Cat Street for some antique shopping – which make great gifts – as well as a visit to Man Mo Temple, a very vibrant stop. Then catch the tram to head up to Victoria Peak, the highest point in Hong Kong with a very unique view at the sheer density of this bustling city. You might want to return at night, as the view totally changes; otherwise, spend your evening back over in Kowloon exploring the food and shops at the city’s night markets.