Discover top attractions, restaurants, shopping and entertainment in Hong Kong for a full city experience. Stay in the Silka Seaview, Discover top Yau Ma Tei attractions, restaurants, shopping, and entertainment in this energetic part of Hong Kong. At our hotel you will also find yourself surrounded by endless tourist attractions that you will want to explore. Popular local markets like the Temple Street Night Market and the Jade Market are a mere 60 seconds away by foot. A 5-minute drive will take you to the world-famous shopping meccas of Nathan Road and Tsim Sha Tsui.
Sightseeing & Cultural Preservation
Sky 100 is a 360-degree indoor observation deck on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre in West Kowloon offering views of Hong Kong Island and full view of the Kowloon peninsula. It is the highest observation deck in Hong Kong at 393 meters above sea level with high-speed elevators which travel from the 2/F entrance to the 100/F in just 60 seconds. Café and restaurant are available on spot.
618 Shanghai Street comprises a cluster of 14 buildings of 3 to 6 storeys, mainly built from brick walls, stone plaques and wood, at nos. 600 to 626 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok. Balcony-type tenement buildings (Ke lau) were typical shophouses, with the upper floors used as living quarters and the ground floor for commercial use, combining the architectural features of shophouses in Southern China with Western shopping arcades. Such balcony-type tenement buildings were popular in Guangdong and Hong Kong from the end of the 19th century till the early post-war period, forming a key feature of commercial streets in Hong Kong at that time.
618 Shanghai Street is a preservation-revitalisation project offering a variety of local lifestyle shops and restaurants. It also offers venues for community events at the ground lobby and a multipurpose room.
M+, Asia’s first global museum of contemporary visual culture, features collections spanning 20th- and 21st-century visual art, design and architecture, moving image and Hong Kong visual culture. The expansive podium cantilevers above ground and includes 17,000 square metres of exhibition space across 33 galleries, three cinema houses, the Mediatheque, Learning Hub, and Roof Garden that faces Victoria Harbour. The tower stretching up from the podium contains the museum’s Research Centre, offices and restaurants. The museum’s prime location on the waterfront offers beautiful views of Hong Kong throughout the day.
Start your exploration at Hong Kong Palace Museum, a collaborative project between the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority and the Palace Museum committed to the study and appreciation of Chinese art and culture, while advancing dialogue among world civilisations through international partnerships. The museum presents the finest objects from the Palace Museum and other important cultural institutions around the world. In addition, it will also lead community engagement programmes to promote creativity and interdisciplinary collaboration to the public.
West Kowloon Cultural District is a growing arts and cultural hub with performance and exhibition centres, green open spaces, a growing selection of cafes and restaurants, and a waterfront promenade perfect for enjoying sunset views and evening strolls. The district stretches from MTR Austin Station to the waterfront west of MTR Kowloon Station, and all venues are within easy distance of public transport.
Since its grand opening in 1989, the Cultural Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui is a superb venue offering a wide diversity of performing arts including concerts, operas ballet and musicals for both Hong Kong residents and tourists.
Strategically located at the seaside of Tsim Sha Tsui, the Hong Kong Space Museum commenced its construction in 1977.
The Museum houses Space Theatre, the Hall of the Cosmos, OMNIMAX projector room, workshops and the Hall of Space Exploration, the Lecture Hall, the Gift Shop, etc. Each year, the Museum produces Sky Show to be displayed using the digital planetarium projection system, and introduces the best foreign OMNIMAX films and 3D Dome Shows to Hong Kong.
Located on the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, the Avenue of Stars pays tribute to Hong Kong’s most celebrated movie stars and directors such as Jackie Chan and John Woo, featuring their handprints, commemorative plaques, and movie milestones.
Located in Yuen Po Street in Mong Kok, this charming garden contains some 70 songbird stalls, courtyards, and moon gates.
Opening hours: 7:00 a.m. to 8:00p.m.
Built in the 1880s, this is one of Kowloon’s oldest temples. Tin Hau or “Queen of Heaven” is a beloved deity in Hong Kong, who according to legend was an excellent swimmer and a protector of fishermen and seafarers. The temple is open daily, from early morning till around 5:30p.m.
Lan Kwai Fong, one of the most popular hangouts in Hong Kong, is not merely a place for pubs and nightclubbing. Its restaurants also provide a range of cuisines: from Italian and Mediterranean to Thai and Chinese. Stroll along Hollywood Road and you’ll soon discover Hong Kong’s “SoHo”, which offers a wide range of upmarket international restaurants and bars along Stanley Street, D’Aguilar Street, and Wellington Street.
As a gateway to Lantau Island, the Ngong Ping Cable Car starts at Tung Chung Town Centre and ends in Ngong Ping. Visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the natural environment of North Lantau Country Park, Hong Kong International Airport, South China Sea, the giant Tian Tan Buddha Statue, and Ngong Ping Market.
Ocean Park is a world-class marine theme park in the southern part of Hong Kong Island. Visitors can see a variety of marine mammals, from dolphins to penguins. The new Aqua City features over 400 species of exotic fish and other aquatic animals. Neptune’s Restaurant is Hong Kong’s first aquarium dining.
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort offers an unforgettable experience for guests of all ages. Get ready to be immersed in over a 100 world-class entertainment offerings in seven themed lands, from brand-new attractions to the most spectacular live shows ever. Prepare to be dazzled as you enjoy countless magical experiences!
The Peak is perhaps Hong Kong’s most popular attraction. Visitors can enjoy stunning panoramic harbour and city views on the way up to The Peak via the Peak Tram or bus. Once on The Peak, you can dine at a variety of trendy restaurants, and explore The Peak Circle Walk to enjoy the fabulous views of Victoria Harbour.