Hong Kong Restaurant

HONG KONG 24 Hours Travel Guide | 11 Best Things YOU MUST DO

Written by Ariel

First time in Hong Kong? This is my Hong Kong Guide , things to do and what to do in 24 Hours or one day. In this episode we will explore 11 things you must do in Hong Kong and experience. I do weekly travel and food adventure – join us β–ΊSubscribe –

In order these are my Hong Kong Travel Guide – The 11 Things to do in Hong Kong in one day or 24 hours are my recommendation Travel Guide for those with short time in Hong Kong and want to get the best out of their trip – these were some of the things we did too

1. Experience Cha Chaan Teng ( A Hong Kong Local Cafe)
2. Experience the view towards victoria harbour from the Star Ferry Terminal
3. Pair it up with a coffee from arabica % – as an avid coffee lover this is one of the best also in Japan
4. Take the Ferry towards central to have another vantage viewpoint towards victoria harbour aboard the ferry
5. Walk/Take The Tram/Cab towards Victoria Peak – the highest peak in Hong Kong and enjoy a breathtaking view down into Hong Kong island
6. Check Out the Mid Level Escalators – Worlds Longest Outdoor but covered escalator (around 800 meters in length)
7. Have a local lunch at Tsim Chai Kee for their famous Wonton Noodle (Michelin Recommended Spot)
8. Lang Fong Yuen – In hong kong you have to try their milk tea and we met a local who recommended us to try this – absolutely bliss and quite the hit too as you can see from Helmi’s reaction
9. Walk around Lan Kwai Fong – you can shop / drink and enjoy an afternoon stroll – lots of expat come here on friday night for drinks
10. Head to Wan Chai – Kam’s Roast Goose restaurant – a 1 michelin star restaurant for thier famous mouthwatering goose – its worth waiting in line
11. Enjoy the symphony of lights around 8pm around Hong Kong harbour

12 – Head to the tallest rooftop bar in the world “Ozone” and experience the aerial view of Hong Kong light show (including the symphony of lights) from level 118 of the Ritz Carlton Hotel

If we missed anything do let us know – we are sure to be back here πŸ™‚ and cover more fantastic food and travel experience which we hope benefits you in making your travel itinerary a lot more fun.

Other Hong Kong Playlist:
Including my Top 10 Hong Kong Street Food Essentials Episode

Hope you enjoy our Hong Kong one day travel guide / Hong Kong Overnight Guide – enjoy your time in hong kong

Australia Dairy Company
Address: 47 Parkes St, Jordan, Hong Kong
Tips: You must try the Scrambled Egg at the Australia Dairy Company

% Arabica Hong Kong Star Ferry
Address: KP-41, Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Star Ferry Terminal
Address: Star Ferry Pier, Tsim Sha Tsui
Cost: 2-4 HKD

The Peak Tram Station
Address: Central, Hong Kong (Corner of Garden Rd and Cotton Tree Dr)
Tram Cost: 37 HKD Single Ride, 52 HKD Return
Taxi: Approximately 55 HKD One Way
Walk/Running: Free

The Peak Sky Terrace 428
Address: Hong Kong, 1 Lugard Road, The Peak
Cost : 52 HKD

Central Mid Level Escalators
Location: Jubilee St, Central, Hong Kong

Tsim Chai Kee
Address: 98 Wellington St, Central, Hong Kong
(Michelin Guide Recommended Restaurant)
Tips: Try the Wonton Noodle & Fishball Noodle Soup

Lan Fong Yuen
2 Gage St, Central, Hong Kong
Tips: Must try the Milk Tea (voted one of the best by Hong Kong Local)

Lan Kwai Fong
Address: Central, Hong Kong
Tips: Best place to have a drink, great nightlife and also to eat and shop

Kam’s Roast Goose – Michelin Star Restaurant
Popular Cantonese restaurant drawing crowds for its signature roast goose & char siu (BBQ pork).
Address: Hong Kong, Wan Chai, Hennessy Rd, 226θ™Ÿεœ°δΈ‹ Po Wah Commercial Centre
Tips: Long Queue on Popular Dining Hours – but well worth it

The Symphony of Lights
Is a light and sound show that takes place every night at 8:00 pm and lasts about 10 minutes. This is a FREE show.
The stage is the entire city, which is what makes it so unique, you can watch the lights from just about anywhere in the waterfront but the best views are from the Tsim Sha Tsui side with the Hong Kong Island skyline in view.

Ozone Bar
Ozone is the Highest rooftop bar in the world and gives a spectacular view towards Victoria harbour from tsim sha tsui side.
Address: Ritz Carlton Hotel (Level 118) – 1 Austin Rd W, West Kowloon, Hong Kong

* TWITTER β–Ί@nickewordz
* FACEBOOK β–Ί@nickewordz

My Travel Gear:
Big Camera –
Small Vlogging Camera –
RX100 IV Backup Battery –
External Mic –
Big Gimbal –
Small Gimbal –
Tripod –


Keywords: Hong Kong Travel , Hong Kong Guide , Top things to do in Hong kong

About the author


Lawyer, Musician, Serial Careerist, Amateur Chef, Papercut Survivor. Is this water dry?.


  • β–„β–„β–„β–„ ─●●─▄▄▄─▄▄ ─▄▄▄▄▄▄
    β”€β–ˆβ–ˆβ”€β”€β–ˆβ–ˆβ”€β”€β–ˆβ–ˆβ–„β–ˆβ”€β”€ β”€β–ˆβ–ˆβ–„β”€β–ˆ
    β”€β–ˆβ–ˆβ”€β”€β–ˆβ–ˆβ”€β–„β–ˆβ–ˆβ”€β–ˆβ–ˆβ–„ β”€β–ˆβ–ˆ
    β–„β–ˆβ–ˆβ–„β–ˆβ”€β”€β”€β”€β”€β”€β”€β”€β”€β”€ β–„β–ˆβ–ˆβ–„β–„β–ˆ Lovely Sub ????

  • Awesome guide to HK, Can you please include more description about the flavours, tastes and textures of the food you have please??

  • I've been to Hong Kong before, but after watching this I feel that I need to make another visit. "c/t"

  • I am moving to Shenzhen in August – so I plan on going to HK often πŸ˜€ Thanks for the tips πŸ˜‰

  • Pretty lucky that you were in HK when the weather was nice – it’s usually covered in smog haha. How’s Australian Milk Dairy, the staff are usually quite rude lol. And as a HK local I have to say your food choices are top notch – love your vlog as always dude!

  • I love Hongkong.Thank you so much for taking us along Nick. You have a great video & channel. I just subbed. Please keep in touch.

  • loved the wonton at Tsim Chai Kee and breakfast at australia dairy company but didn't get to try the roasted goose. Next time!

  • Subscribed CT…. I really liked this video!! You gave great tips and advice and the style of the video is really great! Very professional.

  • 24 hours for 11 things to do! For you, but for me I need atleast 3 days! Nice video Nick, thanks for sharing a wonderful video. Hope, I will visit Hong Kong soon! Thumps up!!!

  • Wow, such a long line for breakfast!!! Nice capture of the views on a clear day! I went to Hong Kong 24 years ago so I am def due another trip. I remember a giant outdoor escalator though. That wonton noodle soup and roast goose made me hungry, haha πŸ™‚ Your video made e want to go back! Rooftop bar….I'll drink to that! c/t

  • what a nice guide, thakn you for sharing πŸ™‚ I still have to visit HK and I'll be watching this vid again when I finally get the chance πŸ˜€ c/t

  • hah you making me hungry watching this bro also digging the raincoat fashion haha. awesome video man, they keep getting better

  • omg egg and toast! YUM! chinese people LOVE putting condense milk on everything huh? lol this is a great little guide! we're heading to HK in Nov, so we're exciting to explore based on this video! ~sara c/t

  • Cool video my friend! I just subscribed to your channel and would like to invite you to sub me back! πŸ™‚

  • Wow thats a good video…..Loved the Baked bread with condense milk…..But what I don't understand is why do most of the shops have queue OMG I have never tried Chinese in China is that much good to queue up. I love the night view of the city was amazing

  • nice vlog brother! now subbed and notif bell hit. would appreciate your support and help my channel grow too. thanks and god bless

  • That is legit the best scramble my eyes have ever been blessed with.. I'm guessing the secret is a sh*t ton of butter? HK has never really been a place that piqued my interest, but for real though, I think your guide is making me think otherwise. Definitely for the food. Yup. All the food.

  • Love this video idea!!! Super original!!! Great job – just subscribed!!! ❀️❀️❀️

  • Wow I don't know if I can keep watching this, there's so much amazing food that I want to have right now LOL and that Symphony of light show at the end was so cool!!!

Leave a Comment