The New Territories is one of the main regions of Hong Kong, along with Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. It stretches from north of Kowloon to the Chinese border, covering the northern part of Kowloon and south of the Sham Chun River. New Kowloon has many modern apartments and condominiums, but is relatively quieter than downtown Hong Kong.

The New Territories has wetlands, parks, farmland, white-sand beaches, and quaint villages with interesting histories. The region is also made up of Hong Kong’s outlying islands, such as car-free Lamma, and peaceful Sai Kung.

What to see & do in New Territories

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  • 24 Best Things to Do in New Territories

    The list of best things to do in the New Territories is long, including a restored 18th-century walled village, Che Kung Miu Temple, the Monastery of 10,000 Buddhas and the Hong Kong Heritage Museum to name just a few. Although New Territories in Hong Kong is less visited by tourists, it has many unique attractions in store for those who get...

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Where & what to eat in New Territories

  • 9 Best Restaurants in New Territories

    Some of the best restaurants in the New Territories cater mainly to locals, which means fans of authentic Cantonese cuisine are in for a real treat! Whether its fresh seafood or a dim sum lunch, you can find the real taste of Hong Kong in this region. Having spent some time exploring the New Territories' charm, your trip would not be...

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Where to shop & what to buy in New Territories

  • 8 Best Places to Go Shopping in New Territories

    When it comes to shopping in New Territories, you'll find that this region is no different than most locations in Hong Kong – there are plenty of shopping malls offering a wide range of local and international brands, along with restaurants and onsite entertainment.   Serious shoppers will find lots of tempting merchandise displayed in these malls, most of which are located...

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Where to stay in New Territories

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