Hong Kong is a dynamic city, teems with much energy from the time you arrive till the day you depart. Our list of Top Things to do in Hong Kong seems very long, especially for first timer. Whether you are there for a visit or just take advantage of your business trip, here are the 10 things you should not miss : Behold Hong Kong from Victoria Peak The peak is undoubtedly the most notable sight in any guide book about Hong Kong. The submit – 1,805 feet above sea level affords sweeping view over the skyscrapers, Kowloon town and Victoria Habour. If you reach the top on a clear day, you may have chance to see eight mountains above Kowloon while the night time offers really good photo shoots. Market Hopping If you look for some colorful photogenic chances, head to different dedicated markets of goldfish, birds, jade, flowers. If you want to sample the antiques, Cat street is a place you should visit. What else ? Hong Kong has Ladies’s market with over 100 stalls, Temple street seduces your sense of culinary with wide food selection. Hike the Dragon’s Back Even for expats, Dragon’s back is a good choice to escape for the busy city. Dragon’s back is the most rewarded hike in the entire Hong Kong Trail which lasts for 31 miles. The most recommended hike will lead you to Shek O Peak where you can capture the panorama of the beaches, bay and further waterways of Hong Kong. There are different options for trekking lasting from 2 hours to 6 hours length. Enjoy High Tea One of the famous legacies of British heritage is the High Tea. This is now a luxury tradition of local people. Originally, during the high team time , you be served fine tea with French sweeties or cakes. Nowadays, high tea starts from 14.00pm. Check out The Peninsula or Intercontinental hotel as the most popular spots for that. Explore Man Mo Temple Among the top things to do in Hong Kong, seeing a temple is a good way to see the city under the local eyes. The oldest temple in Hong Kong is Man Mo. It is one of the most sacred sites that local people go for praying. Man Mo is dedicated for Taoist God.