One of the most breathtakingly epic skylines on Earth, Victoria Harbour is a necessary stop on any itinerary, especially for the Symphony of Lights that occurs nightly at 8pm. This spectacle involves a sound and light display involving over 40 skyscrapers and is best viewed from Kowloon's Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Victoria Peak, or from one of the Star Ferries that troll the bay between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island (a meager $3 HK/40 cents per person).
Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade features the Avenue of the Stars, a spin-off on Hollywood's famous Grauman's Chinese Theater. There is also the Hong Kong Cultural Centre on the Kowloon side, where you can enjoy many forms of artistic expression in an attractive, modern structure, while also getting a good view of the harbor.
Note:Some of the famous buildings in the area include Central Plaza, which is 78 stories high and houses a church at its pinnacle; the International Commerce Centre, which is the 5th largest building in the world as of 2012, and the cylindrical Hopewell Centre, which has a revolving restaurant on its 62nd floor.