Area Attractions

The bustling city of Hong Kong provides a wealth of activities for our guests to experience, including mountain hiking, ferry tours, Hong Kong festivals and shopping.

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

1 Harbour Road
Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR



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Top Attractions in Hong Kong

Wan Chai HarbourChill

HarbourChill is a themed harbourfront space next to the Wan Chai Ferry Pier, Exhibition MTR station and just steps away from the hotel. Expect various diversified and innovative activities, as well as a special kiosk named WE+ Kiosk on the lawn selling feature snacks and beverages, as well as goods featuring a Wan Chai theme. Visiting with the little ones? Right next to the HarbourChill area, a former bus terminus has been transformed into a race track for kids to speed along in mini-race cars. The precinct also provides over twenty two-seater and four-seater pedal boats allowing people to enjoy the panoramic view of Victoria Harbour while bobbling with friends and kids for leisure and sports.

Hong Kong Observation Wheel

Located near the beautiful Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Observation Wheel is one of the key attractions that you must visit around the city. Only a short 13-minute walk from our hotel, the Hong Kong Observation Wheel offers panoramic day and night views of Victoria Harbour and the city skyline. There are also souvenir shops, game and photo booths, and various dining options around the spot, perfect for families to visit.

Hong Kong Disneyland

Embark on a magical and fun-filled journey at Hong Kong Disneyland with your family and explore 8 lands—Adventureland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, Toy Story Land, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, Main Street, U.S.A., and the world’s first Frozen Land coming in November—filled with beauty, excitement and Disney characters.

Ocean Park & Water Park

Ocean Park is Hong Kong Island’s most popular theme park. Featuring a cliffside cable car and other thrilling rides, Ocean Park is also host to amazing aquarium exhibits and Giant Pandas, Red Pandas, sealions, and dolphins. If you're a fan of waterparks, then you should not miss the Ocean Park Water World where you can dive right into all the thrills and excitement of the waves, rivers and slippery slides.

Hong Kong Tram Ride

Hop aboard a tram and embark on a fascinating tour as it rattles through the diverse neighborhoods along Hong Kong Island! The tram, also known as ‘ding-ding’, is one of the oldest and most affordable forms of transportation in Hong Kong. With a flat fare of only HK$3 per ride, you can catch a glimpse of Hong Kong's unique blend of modernity and tradition between Kennedy Town and Shau Kei Wan while enjoying the views of iconic landmarks along the way on this nostalgic double-decker.

Harbour Cruise on Star Ferry

A ride aboard the iconic green-and-white Star Ferry is one of the unmissable experiences to tick off your Hong Kong wish list! The Star Ferry, with a history of over 120 years, was once rated as one of the "50 places of a lifetime" by National Geographic Traveler in 1999. It remains the most scenic and economical transportation option in Hong Kong, voyaging between Hong Kong Island and the southern tip of the Kowloon Peninsula. The brief 10-minute breezy journey will take you past Victoria Harbour with postcard-worthy views of the waters and the city's stunning skyline.

Bar Hop Your Way Through Soho and Hollywood Road

Only 10 minutes taxi ride from Grand Hyatt Hong Kong. This area of Hong Kong has been revitalized by the Mid-levels escalator and the surging Hong Kong economy. SoHo is the multicultural wine, dine and swanky nightlife side of Central. The upmarket bars and exotic restaurants of SoHo’s historic and narrow streets are chic to the extreme.

Cultural and Art Attractions

Tai Kwun

Get immersed in the rich history and cultural charm of Hong Kong with a visit to Tai Kwun. Tucked in the frenetic SoHo district in Central, Tai Kwun is an art and culture hotspot converted from three of the city's declared monuments – the former Central Police Station, Central Magistracy and Victoria Prison. With a multitude of guided tours, thematic exhibitions, music and theatre performances, educational workshops and more, the revitalized site will bring you on a journey of discovery unlike any other.


Situated in the West Kowloon Cultural District in Hong Kong, M+ is Asia’s first global museum of contemporary visual culture. The M+ Collections are from Hong Kong, as well as other locations in Asia and around the world. They encompass works of various visual art forms, such as visual art, design and architecture and moving image.

Palace Museum

The Hong Kong Palace Museum is a museum in the West Kowloon Cultural District presenting over 900 priceless treasures from the Palace Museum in Beijing. Many of them are on display in Hong Kong for the first time, while some of them have never been shown to the public before. The Museum regularly arranges special exhibitions featuring Chinese art and culture, as well as art and treasures from other parts of the world.

Blue House

Named after the colour of its exterior, the Blue House is one of the icons in Wan Chai that you should pay a visit. The site where the building sits was originally a hospital named Wah To Hospital that provided Chinese medical services to local residents. After being torn down, a four-storey tenement building was built and had been used as temple, clinic, school and more. Until now, the building houses residence and the 'Hong Kong House of Stories', where you can learn more about the old Wan Chai & Hong Kong. Together with the Yellow House and Orange House, the Blue House Cluster won the Award of Excellence of the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation in 2017.


Pacific Place in Admiralty

Pacific Place is a complex of shopping centre and office towers situated in Admiralty. The four-level shopping mall features a wide array of international luxury brands from fashion to skincare, beauty and cosmetics. It is only 5-minute car drive from the hotel.

Times Square in Causeway Bay

Located in Causeway Bay, one of most bustling districts in Hong Kong, Times Square is one of the largest shopping malls in the city, featuring over 200 renowned brands. It also hosts signature midnight countdown on every Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.

Sogo in Causeway Bay

A Japanese-style shopping mall in Hong Kong, Sogo is one of the “must-go” tourist spots in town. Featuring high quality of goods ranging from fashion, accessories, cosmetics and gourmets, visitors can enjoy pleasant one-stop shopping experience.

Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui

Take an 8-minute ride by Star Ferry at Wanchai Pier (5-minute walk from the hotel), cross the harbour and visit the shopping landmark in Tsim Sha Tsui – Harbour City. The mall is one of the featured tourist spots in Hong Kong, presenting branded boutiques and a large department store. Connected to the Ocean Terminals which features a wide range of young fashion brands, this place offers a complete and unique shopping experience.

K11 MUSEA in Tsim Sha Tsui

Take an 8-minute ride by Star Ferry at Wanchai Pier (5-minute walk from the hotel), cross the harbour and visit one of the most popular shopping malls in Tsim Sha Tsui. The mall features a wide range of young fashion brands, this place offers a complete and unique shopping experience.

Natural Attractions

Lantau Island

On Lantau, you can go from the beaches to the Big Buddha to a bar-restaurant in Discovery Bay all in the same day. For those who love getting out and being active, Lantau is the perfect place for you. Highlighted attractions include Ngong Ping 360, the Big Buddha, Pui O Beach, Tai O Fishing Village and more.

Sai Kung

Sai Kung is famous for its beautiful scenery, hiking trails, beaches and islands, geological formations and low-key lifestyle. Explore Sai Kung Town, seafood restaurants, Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark and much more attractions here.