I just came across a travel blog gzthinkpad.com with very detailed and useful information for travellers comming to Hong Kong.
The most popular tourist attractions are Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens, Hong Kong Park, Aw Boon Haw Gardens, Kowloon Park, Victoria Park, Ocean Park, Hong Kong Space Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Art Centre, Hong Kong Science Museum, the Museum of History, Old Wan Chai Post Office, the Central Markets, Man Mo Temple, Hung Shing Temple, Tin Hau Temple, Tsim Sha Tsui tourist slum in Kowloon, and the islands and beaches of Deep Water Bay and Repulse Bay.
Travel tip … if your flights are for travel to Hong Kong at a different time of the year, hotel rooms are generally lower priced – up to 50% less – and it’s well worth asking if there are package deals or room specials so you can organise the cheapest possible holiday.
Hong Kong is a holiday paradise for shopping.
All goods sold in Hong Kong except alcohol and tobacco are tax-free and negotiating at the many street markets can win you some great bargains for quality items.
I’ve lived in Hong Kong for almost 7 years and have been to most of the places mentioned in the travel tips. Basically Hong Kong is a modern city, very beautiful but crowded, diverse in nature and is definitely a shopping paradise.