The whole of Hong Kong is a sight to see: myriad skyscrapers set around one of the world's most dramatic natural harbors make for an intriguing panorama by day or night, at dawn or dusk, noon or midnight.
Some of Hong Kong's sights have been constructed on purpose, others have just grown up of their own accord. Madame Tussauds is a slightly unusual sight, but it's as much fun observing the reactions of the local visitors as it is marveling at the waxworks of the rich and famous. And the Goldfish Market is pure Hong Kong – right in the heart of the city, a thriving sub-culture that's right on the street.
And – get this – many of Hong Kong's sights charge no admission at all, or just a couple of bucks. Stroll along Sai Kung's Seafood Street for as long as you want, and it won't cost you a red cent. Star Ferry and the Happy Valley Racecourse must rank as two of the world's cheapest attractions.
Not all of Hong Kong's major sights are in town – hop aboard the ferry or the cable car to see the Big Buddha at the Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Island, or wind your way out to the east of Hong Kong for a stroll around the old fishing port of Sai Kung and its buzzing seafood street.