Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong is within easy reach of many of Hong Kong’s attractions, including the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, the Avenue of Stars and the vibrant shopping district of Tsim Sha Tsui East. Read our Bay Area Guide to rediscover the city’s history and food along the shore of Hung Hom Bay.
Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
Stretching from the Clock Tower to Hung Hom Bay, a walk along the promenade takes in the Avenue of Stars, the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and the Space Museum.
Visitors can hike or ride the Peak Tram up to 428 metres above sea level on Hong Kong Island to enjoy spectacular views of the city from Sky Terrace 428.
Hong Kong Island’s well-known amusement park offers thrill rides, a Grand Aquarium and Giant Panda Adventure - which are all family-friendly.
Set sail in style on one of the last remaining authentic Chinese junk boats with spectacular views of Victoria Harbour.
Lan Kwai Fong
Central’s iconic nightlife district features dozens of restaurants, bars and after-hours clubs for visitors looking for a fun night out.
Lam Tsuen Wishing Trees
Traditionally visited during the Lunar New Year, these two Banyan Trees are a well-known shrine where patrons throw wishes written on Joss paper into the branches for good luck.
Dragon’s Back Hiking Trail
A popular hiking trail on the south-eastern side of Hong Kong Island, Dragon’s Back provides scenic views of Shek O, Tai Long Wan and Stanley Bay.
Laid-back Lamma is an explorer’s haven of hiking trails, temples, beautiful beaches and seafood restaurants, easily accessible by ferry.
Lantau Island (Big Buddha and Ngong Ping 360)
The largest outlying island, Lantau is easily reached by ferry or MTR and features one of Hong Kong’s iconic sites – the 34 metre tall bronze statue known as Big Buddha, set within the ‘cultural village’ of Ngong Ping 360 and accessible by cable car from Tung Chung.
Kerry Hotel has many transportation links available to guests. The ferry service from Hung Hom pier connects guests with Hong Kong Island, while the MTR station at Whampoa provides transport links across Hong Kong, Kowloon, Lantau and the New Territories.
A local bus terminal is situated next to the hotel, and taxis are available to all destinations.
The hotel is located just 35 km from Hong Kong International Airport and 15 minutes drive from the Airport Express at Kowloon Station.
Tsim Sha Tsui Cultural Centre
Look out for world-class ballet, musical and opera performances at the Cultural Centre throughout the year. The Hong Kong Ballet’s annual Christmas performance of The Nutcracker is a regular highlight.
Formerly the Police Married Quarters, the revitalized colonial-era complex is a hub for creative spaces and design studios, along with restaurants, shops and art galleries.
A treasure trove of shops and stalls selling traditional arts and crafts, the red-brick Western Market is one of the oldest structures in Sheung Wan.
Once a fisherman’s boat during the 1950s, this traditional Hong Kong sailing junk takes visitors back in time with a scenic tour of Victoria Harbour and its historical viewpoints.
The Clock Tower, one of the last remaining colonial landmarks in Tsim Sha Tsui, provides impressive views over the harbour towards Hong Kong Island.
This popular Mong Kok market is worth a visit for the experience – it’s a good stop for souvenirs and inexpensive gifts.
Iconic SoHo has some of Hong Kong’s popular eateries (check out Belon, Ho Lee Fook and Maison Libanaise), along with second-hand designer boutiques and tucked-away coffee shops.
Temple Street Night Market and Jade Market
Hong Kong’s last remaining night market is a must-see for visitors, with traditional street food, jade jewellery, arts and crafts stalls and fortune tellers.
With over 700 stores, including major global brands, Harbour City is one of Hong Kong’s largest shopping malls.