Hong Kong Tourist Attractions

We know our neighbourhood. For those looking for things to do in Hong Kong, we encourage you to venture beyond the travel guide destination and uncover off-the-radar restaurants and little-known local gems waiting to be discovered:

  • China Hong Kong City

    China Hong Kong City

    Adjacent to the hotel, the must-visit mall houses over 20 well-known fashion brands under one roof. A haven for bargain hunters, each store offers attractive year-round discounts.

  • Xiqu Centre

    Xiqu Centre

    Located on the eastern edge of the West Kowloon Cultural District, at the junction of Canton Road and Austin Road, the XiquCentre is directly accessible from the Hong Kong West Kowloon Station (Express Rail Link terminus) and Austin MTR station, and easy to reach by public transport from all parts of Hong Kong. The building’s striking design blends traditional and contemporary elements to reflect the evolving nature of the art form.
    The 8-storey building houses a Grand Theatre, accommodating 1,073 seats, a Tea House Theatre, with a capacity of up to 200 seats, 8 professional studios and a seminar hall. The Grand Theatre allows for a large open atrium below with space for exhibitions, stalls, and Xiqu Demonstrations and workshops.

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  • Apple Store

    Apple Store

    Located on 100 Canton Road is the brand new and one of the biggest Apple Stores in Asia and marks the fourth store in Hong Kong. Within 2 minutes' walk from the hotel, you can now shop with more ease for the latest Apple products and service support.

  • Jordan Road

    Jordan Road

    The go-to area for authentic Hong Kong delicacies. Congee, noodles and rice flour rolls are served for breakfast at Sun Kwong Congee while chefs at Xin Dau Ji roast Canton-style barbecue meats nightly in the open kitchen.

  • Temple Street

    Temple Street

    Browse and bargain at this colourful flea market that opens late in the day and runs well into the night. Local eateries like MIDO Café and Jia Jia Dessert provide sustenance for another round of shopping.

  • Ocean Park Hong Kong

    Ocean Park

    Situated on the southern side of Hong Kong, Ocean Park has been serving guests from the local community and abroad for more than 30 years. The Park provides a diversified range of attractions from thrill rides to educational attractions such as aquarium and panda house. Ticket priced at HK$438 for adult and HK$219 for child. To purchase your ticket online, click here.

    Alternatively, you can contact our Concierge desk to reserve your tickets in advance (service charge applies). For reservation, please contact our Concierge via email concierge@royalpacific.com.hk 

    Address: Ocean Park, Aberdeen, Hong Kong

    Opening Hours: 10:30am - 6:30pm (opening hours might vary due to seasonality, please go to the official website for the exact schedule)

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  • Hong Kong Disneyland

    Hong Kong Disneyland

    Located on Penny's Bay at the Lantau Island, this magical kingdom comprises of seven themed lands filled with beauty, excitement and Disney Characters, with the Iron Man ride to be added in late 2016. To purchase your ticket online, click here.

    Alternatively, you can contact our Concierge desk to reserve your tickets in advance (service charge applies). For reservation, please contact our Concierge via email concierge@royalpacific.com.hk 

    Address: Penny's Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

    Opening Hours: 9:30am - 9pm (opening hours might vary due to seasonality, please go to the official website for the exact schedule)

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