My best recommendation is to catch a ferry from the Star Pier at Hong Kong Island around 8 o’clock. The ferry price should be around 3 Hong Kong Dollar (less than one US Dollar), and that will give you the best view of the “Symphony of Lights” a light show lighting up the buildings in Tsim Sha Tsui, the harbor front in Kowloon. Asking for the best Peking Duck in town also brought us to Peking Garden, a restaurant that proved to also have a good atmosphere and Dim Sum, which is the Chinese equaling of tapas.
If I had more days I would have loved to go with one of the glass bottom cable cars to Ngong Ping Village to see the Mighty Big Buddha, to have another stroll through the Temple Street Night Market and to visit Macau for a day or two. Fast ferries take you there in about an hour and, once on the other side I imagine it being like the worlds biggest Vegas with casinos and the Macau Tower, where I would have loved to try out the worlds highest bungee jump. Hong Kong and Macau can be quite the place to live life either on the way home from an around the world trip or just in between other travel adventures.