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Hong Kong – The City of Life

They саll Hong Kоng thе 'City оf Lifе' bесаuѕе it hаѕ always bееn so vibrаnt аnd full оf еnеrgу. It'ѕ a сitу that's bоth exotic аnd соѕmороlitаn making it a perfect dеѕtinаtiоn fоr firѕt timе trаvеlеrѕ tо Asia. Bеing a fоrmеr Britiѕh соlоnу, thеrе'ѕ enough Engliѕh ѕignѕ and реорlе аblе tо speak the language thеrе tо make it a user friendly place. Hоng Kоng iѕ a very busy аnd еxtrеmеlу соmрасt сitу-ѕtаtе оf Chinа. It is оnе оf Aѕiа'ѕ fаѕtеѕt grоwing finance аnd trаding сеntеr, аnd a gаtеwау to mаinlаnd Chinа. Mаnу trаvеlеrѕ ѕреnd оnе tо three dауѕ here еithеr on a ѕtороvеr or buѕinеѕѕ triр.

A Shоrt Infо Abоut Hоng Kоng

Surрriѕinglу thiѕ diѕtinсtlу Chinеѕе сitу hаѕ a blеnd оf eastern and wеѕtеrn culture аѕ a rеѕult of раѕt Britiѕh colonization whiсh еndеd in 1997. Yоu саn also experience аnсiеnt vаluеѕ аlоngѕidе mоdеrn lifеѕtуlе. There iѕ mоrе сарitаliѕm and lеѕѕ соmmuniѕt ruling here аѕ thiѕ рlасе iѕ considered a Special Administration Region (SAR) оf Chinа.

Whеrе tо Gо аnd Whаt tо Dо

Givеn bеlоw аrе thе рорulаr tоuriѕt ѕроtѕ in Hong Kоng:

  1. Victoria Pеаk

    Thе Viсtоriа Pеаk is thе bеѕt рlасе tо take in thе fаbulоuѕ viеw оf thе сitу ѕkуlinе, thе territories аnd the South China Sea during the dау and night. The popular Pеаk Trаm саn tаkе уоu tо thе top оf thе ѕummit. Yоu саn also ridе thе Mid-lеvеlѕ еѕсаlаtоr whiсh mоvеѕ tо thе top in ѕесtiоnѕ. Other things you саn dо hеrе inсludе dining, ѕhоррing аnd viѕiting muѕеumѕ.

  2. Tsim Shа Tsui Wаtеrfrоnt

    There аrе fеw аttrасtiоnѕ along thе wаtеrfrоnt. Yоu can еnjоу the brеаthtаking night viеw аnd wаtсh the symphony оf Light show whiсh ѕtаrtѕ еvеrу evening at еight fоr tеn minutеѕ. Anоthеr great аttrасtiоn hеrе is the Avenue оf Stаrѕ which iѕ ѕimilаr tо Hollywood's 'Walk of Fаmе' еxсерt thiѕ lосаtiоn fеаturеѕ famous Chinese movie stars and ѕtаtuеѕ.

  3. Hong Kоng Muѕеum Of History

    The only way to get tо knоw this city's past iѕ to viѕit thе Hong Kоng Muѕеum of History. It iѕ a fаntаѕtiс рlасе tо trасе thе hiѕtоrу аnd increase уоur undеrѕtаnding of the rеgiоn. Thеrе аrе tоurѕ аnd dосumеntаrу films to watch ѕо it iѕ nоt boring аt аll.

  4. Strееt Mаrkеtѕ

    Street markets аrе a grеаt рlасе tо find cheap ѕоuvеnirѕ, fаkе dеѕignеr рrоduсtѕ, fаѕhiоn wears, bаgѕ аnd other knick knacks. Thiѕ traditional wау of shopping iѕ ѕtill very popular in thiѕ ultrа-mоdеrn сitу. It is оftеn very noisy and tо еnjоу your triр here уоu need tо bargain like thе lосаl еvеn if уоu diѕlikе dоing thаt. Aftеr аll thiѕ iѕ part оf the fun оf соming tо ѕtrееt mаrkеtѕ.

  5. Thеmе Pаrkѕ

    There аrе twо thеmе раrkѕ, thе оldеѕt one iѕ the Oсеаn Park which саtеrѕ fоr аll аgеѕ. Yоu саn find сhаllеnging аnd terrifying ridеѕ, wild animals ѕuсh аѕ thе panda, dolphin performances оr tаkе a саblе саr ridе оut of the park overlooking the bright bluе ѕеа tо the аԛuаrium. Thе оthеr раrk iѕ Disneyland in Lаntаu Iѕlаnd, it iѕ similar to the оnе in Anаhеim but it is still wоrth thе triр if уоu have nоt bееn tо thе mаgiс kingdom оf Diѕnеу.

  6. Aberdeen Harbor

    The Jumbо fresh ѕеаfооd flоаting rеѕtаurаnt in Aberdeen Hаrbоr is dеfinitеlу wоrth a viѕit. It iѕ оnе оf thе iсоniс lаndmаrkѕ hеrе with itѕ unique ancient architecture. If you venture intо thе flоаting village уоu саn gеt tо meet thousands of bоаt dwеllеrѕ living реrmаnеntlу оn thе оld-fаѕhiоnеd boat whеrе mаjоritу fiѕh for a living.

  7. Viсtоriа Harbor Cruiѕе

    Tаking thе рubliс Stаr Fеrrу is thе сhеареѕt way tо ѕее thе harbor. Not оnlу that уоu саn gain аn insight intо thе dаilу lifе оf thе local аѕ thеу travel between the Kоwlооn and the mаin island. Anоthеr interesting wау is to hirе a Chinese Junk whiсh iѕ a trаditiоnаl аnсiеnt fishing bоаt fоr a rеlаxing сruiѕе uр аnd dоwn thе waterfront or tо thе оutlуing iѕlаndѕ.

Aссоmmоdаtiоn in Hong Kоng

Luxurу lоdgingѕ аrе primarily located оn Hоng Kоng Island. Hоng Kоng Iѕlаnd is the сеntrаl area оf Hоng Kong, thе lосаtiоn you ѕее in рiсturеѕ of the massive skyline. It iѕ ѕituаtеd оn аn amazingly thin strip of land bеtwееn thе осеаn аnd mоuntаinѕ. If уоu are looking fоr cheaper accommodations in Hong Kong, Kowloon аnd thе New tеrritоriеѕ offer a variety оf ѕоurсеѕ.


The сlimаtе here rеmаinѕ mоdеrаtе fоr mоѕt оf the уеаr. Thе minimum tеmреrаturе in winters gоеѕ down tо 10 dеgrееѕ, whilе thе max ѕummеrѕ аrе аrоund 30 dеgrееѕ. But, during thе spring mоnthѕ оf Mаrсh till Mау thе weather is еxtrеmеlу pleasant with tеmреrаturеѕ hоvеring аrоund the mid-twenties.


Ocean Park

18 Ocean Park Rd, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
This huge amusement park attracts millions of visitors every year. It is divided into two parts - the summit (headland) and the water front (lowland). The two parts are connected by a cable car or the Ocean Express cable car. The park has large roller coasters, various rides and one of the tallest observation towers in Southeast Asia. There are also many marine animals and some rare and unique species such as two pandas or the endangered Chinese giant salamander. The Grand Aquarium also houses 5,000 fish.
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Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Shop P101, The Peak Tower, No. 128 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong
Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, is part of the renowned chain of wax museums founded by Marie Tussaud of France, is located at the Peak Tower on Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. It is the first Madame Tussauds museums in Asia, the other being the Shanghai branch, which opened in 2006 and the third branch at Bangkok which opened in 2010. The Hong Kong branch houses nearly 100 wax figures of internationally known personalities, with Asian figures taking up more than a third of the total, of which sixteen were Hong Kongers. The wax figures are featured in a range of themed settings such as Hong Kong Glamour, Music Icons, Historical and National Heroes, The Champions and World Premiere.
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Hong Kong Science Museum

2 Science Museum Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Operating since 1991, this wonderful museum is full of interactive exhibits, games, and set-ups that will help you and your kids understand science, technology, and mathematics in a fun way. The exhibits include a 22-metre-high twin-tower called Energy Machine which demonstrates various forms of energy through audio-visual effects. There is also a computer area, a driving simulation, and a stationary aircraft which takes you to a virtual flight around Hong Kong.
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Hong Kong Zoological & Botanical Garden

1 Albany Rd, Central, Hong Kong
Founded in 1864, this is the oldest zoological and botanical garden in the country. The zoo is home to mammals, reptiles, and birds. The botanical garden boasts more than 900 species of tropical and sub-tropical plants. It also contains a herb garden and a greenhouse with exotic plants such as orchids or bromeliads.
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The Hong Kong Observation Wheel

33 Man Kwong Street, Hong Kong, China
Providing stunning views of all of Hong Kong, especially the Victoria Harbor, this 60-metre tall Ferris wheel opened in 2014. It features 42 gondolas, each accommodating eight passengers. Various events also take place on the plaza by the attraction.
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Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

1 Expo Dr, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre is one of the two major convention and exhibition venues in Hong Kong, along with AsiaWorld-Expo. It is located in Wan Chai North, Hong Kong Island. Built along the Victoria Harbour, it is linked by covered walkways to nearby hotels and commercial buildings. The venue was designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, in association with Wong & Ouyang Ltd. Larry Oltmanns led the design as the Design Partner with SOM.
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Hong Kong Space Museum

10 Salisbury Road
The museum houses a planetarium (located in the egg-shaped dome), the Stanley Ho Space Theatre, OMNIMAX projector room, and a vast exhibition space consisting of two thematic exhibition halls dedicated to astronomy and space science. The OMNIMAX shows, 3D Shows and Sky Shows are narrated in English, Cantonese, Putonghua or Japanese.
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Hong Kong Museum of History

科學館道 Science Museum Road
The museum boasts informative and intriguing exhibitions devoted to archaeology, ethnography and the moved history and colonial heritage of Hong Kong and South China. It showcases replicas of Chinese dwellings, shopping streets, traditional costumes and much more. There are more than 90,000 artifacts on display!
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West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade

The longest waterfront promenade in HK. It's a nice place for a stroll lined with public art including paintings and calligraphy. It also features the Dragon of Lanterns with triangular lighting towers.
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Lantau Peak

Also known by locals as Phoenix Mountain (Fung Wong Shan), it is the highest peak on Lantau Island and the highest peak tourists in Hong Kong can reach. It is also a popular hiking destination. The 934-meter-high summit can be reached via the Lantau Trail, a long path divided into 12 separate parts, accessible from the Pak Kung Au Bus Stop. You can also start your walk in Ngong Ping Village and follow the signs. Many visitors drive up to the summit to see the famous sunrise from the top of the mountain. It is said that the view in the winter months is the best.
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Inspiration Lake Recreation Centre

Created in 2005 as part of Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, the artificial lake is a good spot to take kids to - there are playgrounds around the area. You can also come here for a run or to exercise in the specially designed areas. The lake features a few water jets that shoot the water up high. You can also rent a paddleboard and see the skyline from a different point of view. The recreational area is about a 15-minute walk away from the Disneyland Resort metro station. If you come here by car, note that the parking lot is quite small and costs HK$25 per hour. It fills up quickly, so come early in the morning to find a spot.
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Repulse Bay Beach

The beach is located in one of the most expensive residential areas in HK. Easily accessible by public transport, it is popular with both locals and visitors also for its clean water and sandy beach. The facilities include volleyball courts, playgrounds, changing rooms, showers, bathrooms and kiosks. Lifeguards supervise the beach from March through November. The beach also features two statues of Taoist goddesses worshiped by fishermen and sailors.
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Victoria Park

This public park was renovated in the 2000s and now features multiple sports facilities - basketball and tennis courts, a football pitch, a bowling green, a swimming pool and jogging tracks. There are also plenty of playgrounds for the children. The main entrance to the park is marked with a statue of Queen Victoria, who gave the park its name. Every year, a few days before Chinese New Year, the park holds Lunar New Year Fair. The stalls sell flowers which are supposed to bring good luck, such as narcissus, peony or chrysanthemum. Naturally, the fair attracts a lot of visitors.
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Dragon's Back

Awarded as Best Urban Hike in Asia, this is a must do if you are in the area. It is part of the longer Hong Kong trail starting at the well known Victoria Peak and definitely offering the most stunning views and coastal scenery. It is easily accessible from the city.
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Stanley Main Beach

Long sandy beach lined with restaurants, cafés and shops. Adjacent BBQ area and sports equipment available for hire.
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Happy Valley Racecourse

2 Sports Rd., Happy Valley, Hong Kong Island
The Happy Valley Racecourse is one of the two racecourses for horse racing and is a tourist attraction in Hong Kong. It is located in Happy Valley on Hong Kong Island, surrounded by Wong Nai Chung Road and Morrison Hill Road. The capacity of the venue is 55,000.
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Hong Kong Trail

The Hong Kong Trail, opened in 1985, is a long-distance footpath from Victoria Peak to Big Wave Bay on Hong Kong Island. It is a 50 kilometre walking route which passes through the five country parks on Hong Kong island. The trail is extremely popular with local residents for its unique combination of well-marked paths through verdant woods that offer relief from the sun on sunny days, and featuring numerous streams and waterfalls.
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Hong Kong Coliseum

9 Cheong Wan Rd, Hung Hom, Kowloon
Hong Kong Coliseum, commonly known as the Hung Hom Coliseum is a multi-purpose indoor arena, in Hung Hom Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It was built by the Urban Council and inaugurated on 27 April 1983. The coliseum has 12,500 seats, which is the second largest among indoor facilities in Hong Kong, only behind the 2005-opened AsiaWorld–Arena. It is now managed by the Leisure and Cultural Service Department of the Hong Kong Government.
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Mong Kok

A bustling shopping district in Kowloon. According to Guinness World Records, the district has the highest population density in the world. It is also one of the most visited parts of the city because there are many things to do. In addition to the ubiquitous shopping centers and shopping centers, there are many restaurants, cafes, bars or massage parlors. If you're a fan of comics, visit the Sino Center. If you love video games, Ho King Shopping Center is the place for you. If you are looking for traditional brands, visit Grand Century Place. There are also whole roads dedicated to a special kind of goods - e.g. Flower Market Road or Fa Yuen Street (focusing on sportswear). The only drawback of the area could be the fact that it is almost constantly overcrowded. But if you do not enjoy it so much, you can enjoy your time there and really shop until you drop.
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Temple Street

This street market, located on the street named after the Tin Hau Temple, is special because it is open until late at night. There are many shops that you can visit (selling a wide variety of different things - such as clothing, toys, souvenirs, etc.). There are also many places where you can get takeaway food and various Korean snacks so you can enjoy dinner as you walk down the busy Market Street and look for bargains. However, it is not just a shopping district. You can also find a street artist there. The place is usually very busy (especially after dusk, when the market really starts), but it is also very interesting to visit because of its special atmosphere.
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Tim Ho Wan

2 海庭道 Hoi Ting Road
The cheapest Michelin restaurant in the world. You can certainly see it from afar, as there is usually a long queue of people waiting to get in. Nevertheless, the wait is definitely worth it.
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Cosmopolitan district located south of Hollywood Road with a variety of restaurants, bars, cafés, art galleries, and shops. The restaurants serve both Western cuisine as well as exotic dishes, but you can grab something delicious right away on the street. The shops range from antique shops to fashion boutiques. The nightlife here is pretty busy.
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Tsui Wah Restaurant

15-19 威靈頓街 Wellington Street, Central, HK
This popular Cha Chaan Teng restaurant chain with several branches located all over Hong Kong offers a fusion of diverse and affordable Western and Chinese cuisine. Come here for milk tea, noodles or Frankfurter Hot Dog!
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Jumbo Kingdom

Shum Wan Pier Drive, Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
Jumbo Kingdom consists of the Jumbo Floating Restaurant and the adjacent Tai Pak Floating Restaurant, are renowned tourist attractions in Aberdeen South Typhoon Shelter, within Hong Kong's Aberdeen Harbour. Over 30 million visitors have visited Jumbo Kingdom, including Queen Elizabeth II, John Wayne, Chad Garvin, David Bowie, Tom Cruise, Gwyneth Paltrow, Chow Yun Fat, Stephen Chow and Gong Li. There was also a Jumbo Kingdom Manila in Manila Bay, Philippines, but it was closed after 8 years of operation. Jumbo Kingdom is part of Melco International Development Limited, a company listed in the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
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Tai Cheong Bakery

35 擺花街 Lyndhurst Terrace
Hong Kong style bakery with a great selection of egg tarts, husband and wife cakes and sugar puffs. The egg tarts are said to be the best in the city.
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New Town Plaza

18 Sha Tin Centre Street
In the 1980s, when the construction was completed, this was the biggest shopping mall in HK. The main building has nine floors and it has a variety of shops, restaurants, cinemas, and a department store. In 2000, the first Peanuts outdoor playground in Asia opened on the third floor of the mall. Snoopy's World boasts several attractions not only for children.
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Din Tai Fung

Silvercord, 30 廣東道 Canton Road, 尖沙咀 Tsim Sha Tsui
Din Tai Fung is a restaurant originating in Taiwan, specialising in xiaolongbao and Huaiyang cuisine. Outside Taiwan, Din Tai Fung also has branches in Australia, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, the United States, Thailand and UAE.
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Going Out

Avenue of Stars

Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Did you think Hollywood is the only place where you can find a Walk of Fame? This avenue will prove to you that you are wrong. Take a walk along the path that stretches out to the sea and view the commemorative plaques with handprints of living and dead movie stars, mostly of Chinese origin. The Promenade, which opened in 2004, can accommodate 101 stars, including Chow Yun Fat, Jet Li or Jackie Chan. Bruce Lee had also exhibited his bronze statue here for some time, but now it's outside Madam Tussaud's. Unfortunately, the avenue is closed for repairs until the end of 2018. You can still take a picture with some of the statues.
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Portland Street

This popular retail street is also well-known for its red-light district serving mostly to the locals. There are massage parlors, karaoke bars, nightclubs, numerous restaurants, but also sex shops, strip clubs, and other adult-oriented establishments. Go see for yourself!
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Lan Kwai Fong/Kneipenviertel

This square is renowned for being a legendary partying district. It's full of upscale and busy nightclubs, bars, and restaurants. People also gather here on Halloween or New Year's Eve and celebrate together.
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Wan Chai

Wan Chai District is one of the 18 districts of Hong Kong. The district is located at the north shore of Hong Kong Island with a population of 167,146 in 2001. The district has the second most educated residents with the highest income, the second lowest population and the third oldest residents, and is also the only district without the presence of public housing estates. It is a relatively affluent district, with one in five persons having liquid assets of more than HKD 1 million.
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Hong Kong Cultural Centre

10 Salisbury Rd, Kowloon, Hong Kong
This multi-purpose cultural venue is the landmark of Tsim Sha Tsui and an architectural gem. It features a concert hall - a home of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and the largest pipe organ in Asia. Next, there is the Grand Theatre, the Studio Theatre and the Exhibition Gallery.
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IFC Mall Roof

8 Finance St, Central, Hong Kong
The landscaped rooftop terrace holds several bars and restaurants - and also lots of space for your own private party stocked by 7-11.
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188/F 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon, Hong Kong
A visit to the world's highest-positioned bar is a must do, indeed! At least, have a cocktail here, the selection is really good. Please note that certain dress code is required - no shorts, beach sandals, open toe shoes and sleeveless shirts for gentlemen after 9 pm.
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Knutsford Terrace

Tucked away, this small terrace pedestrian street is full of restaurants and bars that are open and busy well into the night.
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Hong Kong Arts Centre

2 港灣道 Harbour Road
Hong Kong Arts Centre is a non-profit arts organization established in 1977. It promotes contemporary performing arts, visual arts, film and video arts and providing arts education. The centre provides presentation spaces and venues including galleries, theatres, a cinema, classrooms, studios, restaurant and offices. In the centre, there may be found Sculpture, Photography, Ceramics, Illustrations, and sound and visual installations, mainly serves the local art community.
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Nam Lian Garden

No. 60, Fung Tak Road, Diamond Hill, Kowloon, Hong Kong
This scenic garden opened in 2006. It's designed in the classical Chinese style strictly following the design of Tang dynasty - it features artificial mounds, ornamental rocks, a lot of ponds and a waterfall, pavilions, terraces, bridges, and other structures made of timber. Old trees grow all over the garden. Go for a walk and take in the garden's innate beauty.
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Monkey Hill

Golden Hill Country Park or Kam Shan Country Park, also known in Hongkong as Monkey Hill, established on 24 June 1977, is a country park located in the ranges north of Kowloon, Hong Kong. It covers an area of 3.37 square kilometres. Most of the area is covered by the Kowloon Group of Reservoirs. Inside the park, there are jogging trails, barbecue and picnic areas, which are easily accessible from Tai Po Road via waterworks access roads. The park takes its name from the 369 metres peak, Golden Hill or Kam Shan, which is the highest feature in the area. Panoramic views can be enjoyed from the slopes of Golden Hill and several places along the western ridge at the park. From these vantage points, the whole length of Smugglers Ridge, Tai Mo Shan, Needle Hill, Sha Tin New Town, Lion Rock and Beacon Hill can be seen.
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Lion Rock Park

This majestic mountain resembles a crouching lion. Dividing Kowloon and New Territories, it's worth hiking it for a totally rewarding view.
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Big Wave Bay Beach

This clean sandy beach is a real paradise. Popular with surfers, it is surrounded by green hills and it features a prehistoric rock carving which has been declared a national monument. The carving depicts geometric designs and animals.
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Clear Water Bay

Rather off the beaten path and surrounded with woods, the bay comprises of two sandy beaches. Both beaches are protected by shark nets and during the summer, life guards are on duty. There are other usual facilities on both beaches - changing rooms, lockers, shower facilities and toilets. You can get here by car, but the parking by the Second Beach is usually full, so it is recommended to take a bus (n.91) or a minibus (n. 16, 103, 103M).
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Hung Shing Yeh Beach

There are not many beaches where you have a powerhouse in view. The most popular beach in Lamma. Fully facilitated, lifeguarded.
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Edward Youde Aviary

7 Kennedy Road, Central, Hong Kong
The Edward Youde Aviary is a 3,000-square-metre aviary built over a natural valley at the southern corner of Hong Kong Park which is located in Central at the bottom of the north eastern slope of Victoria Peak in Hong Kong. The Edward Youde Aviary was opened to the public in September 1992 and managed by the Urban Council. The aviary, largest in Southeast Asia, is named after the late Sir Edward Youde, The Governor of Hong Kong from 1982 to 1986. The valley is bounded by an east-facing slope fully covered with natural vegetation and a west-facing slope previously occupied by a barracks. It has a highest point of 46.5 metres and a lowest point of 30 metres above the valley floor.
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Upper Cheung Sha Beach

Three kilometers of fine sand with splendid views of Lantau. Flocked with Filippinos during the weekends, but doesn't get crowded.
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Mount Davis

Mount Davis is an area surrounding and including the westernmost hill on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. Home to mostly luxury residences, Mount Davis was originally settled after the construction of Victoria Road, Hong Kong by prominent Hong Kong families who were unable to live on Peak due to the zoning restriction in Peak District Reservation Ordinance, 1904.It is named after John Francis Davis, who was the 2nd Governor of Hong Kong, from 1844 to 1848. The summit is reached via Mt Davis Path, which comes off Mt Davis Road and Victoria Road.
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Hong Kong Disneyland

The theme park was opened to the public on 12th September 2005. It is one of the 11 Disney parks and resorts that are scattered around the world. The park is divided into several parts. There are Main Street USA and Adventureland (where, for example, Tarzan's Tree House or the premier festival takes place). If you prefer classic Disney Princess-style attractions, visit Fantasyland (with Sleeping Beauty Castle and Cinderella Carousel) or the frozen land. If you prefer the super heroes, you should visit the Tomorrowland (which is to be transformed into the Marvel Area - the first attraction called Iron Man Experience is already open). There is also the Toy Story Land, the Grizzly Gulch (with the Grunzberg Mountain Runaway Mine Cars) and the Mystic Point (which takes visitors back in time). In addition to visiting the individual attractions, you can also take selfies with your favorite characters as you walk through the park. There are many events organized in the park, so check the official website before your visit. You can buy your tickets online to avoid queuing.
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Noah's Ark

33 Pak Yan Road, Ma Wan, Hong Kong
Operating since 2009, this family amusement park is run by evangelical Christians. It covers the themes of nature, art, education and love. Its main draw is the replica of Noah's Ark with 67 life-size pairs of exotic animals. The ark also serves as a hotel and a youth hostel.
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Hong Kong Heritage Museum

1 Man Lam Rd, Sha Tin, Hong Kong
This museum showcases an amazing demonstration of sophisticated Chinese culture, tradition and art. One of the galleries includes a section designed for children where they can learn about nature and archaeology. The museum consists of five permanent exhibition galleries, six thematic galleries dedicated to temporary exhibitions, and a theatre. The permanent exhibitions include: Chao Shao-an Gallery (showcasing 40 works of Chao Shao-an), Jin Yong Gallery (dedicated to martial arts created by Jin Yong), Children's Discovery Gallery (designed for children aged 4 to 10), Cantonese Opera Heritage Hall, and T.T. Tsui Gallery of Chinese Art.
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Victoria Peak

Known among the locals as the Peak, it is the highest mountain on Hong Kong Island. At 552 meters, it offers a breathtaking view of the city. The British governors used to build their villas in this area and even today the residential areas at Victoria Peak are among the most expensive in the world. You can get there by tram, but the queues of tourists waiting for their tickets are usually quite long. The best times to visit are sunrise and sunset when the view is all the more impressive. Be sure to queue for a while on the way back as the number of tram stops is limited. There are two shopping malls in the Peak - Peak Galleria and Peak Tower - here you can eat, shop or even go to the movies.
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Expo Promenade

Expo Drive East
This place, which is also called Expo Promenade, is to celebrate the reunification of Hong Kong and China in 1997. Nearby you will find other notable landmarks: the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center and the Tsim Shui Pier. The first thing you will notice when you enter the square is a golden statue of the flower after which it was named. This locally growing orchid, Bauhinia blakeana, has been Hong Kong's landmark since 1965. The official name of the statue is "Forever Blooming Bauhinia" and was handed over from Hong Kong to China to commemorate her return. The flower statue is not exactly interesting about the place. During a visit you should take a walk through the entire promenade. It offers a beautiful view of Tsim Sha Sui and the sea. In addition, here every day after 7:45 o'clock a flag suspension takes place.
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Hong Kong Park

19 紅棉路 Cotton Tree Drive, Central
This beautiful, quiet park was opened in 1991 and stands in sharp contrast to the surrounding skyscrapers. It is a great place for a quiet walk and relaxation in the middle of this busy city. The park is home to Edward Youde Aviary, where you can observe about 70 different species of birds. There is also a Forsgate Conservatory where you can see many different plant species. The park also includes a sports center and a squash center if you would like to do some sports during your visit. If you visit the park with children, be sure to visit the colorful playground.
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Kowloon Park

This well maintained park with public artwork invites you to relax, stroll or watch. It is also a beautiful park for children - they will have fun on the playground while you can rest. Take a stroll through the Labyrinth Garden or the Chinese Garden with its romantic pond, work out on the outdoor fitness trail, play football or just come here to watch birds, which is also a popular activity. Indoor facilities include one of Hong Kong's most popular pool complexes, and a sports center, where you can practice a variety of sports, from dancing to squash. It is a nice attraction to see if you have a tight budget or are close by. The nearest subway station is Tsim Sha Tsui Station on the Tsuen Wan line.
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Yuen Po Street Bird Garden

Yuen Po St, Prince Edward, Hong Kong
This traditional Chinese garden features stalls selling exotic birds and everything related to birdkeeping - for example bamboo cages and water dishes. Even if you don't plan to purchase any birds, come here to admire the colorful species and see locals indulging in their favorite hobby.
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Kowloon Walled City Park

Come see what's left of a former military stronghold, demolished in the 1980s. The garden is divided into eight themed zones and contains some of the preserved monuments. The monuments include the Yamen, the only remaining building dating back to the Qing dynasty, and the Old South Gate. There are also several themed gardens, such as the Garden of Chinese Zodiac containing zodiac sculptures.
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Cafeteria Beach

Golden Beach is located at the 18.5 milestone of Castle Peak Road in So Kwun Wat, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is contiguous with the adjacent Cafeteria New Beach and Cafeteria Old Beach. Golden Beach is the largest public beach in Tuen Mun with a total area of 78,500 m² and a length of 545 metres. The water quality is usually classified as Grade 2. Tropical trees, like coconut, and flowers of various species are planted on both sides of a 480-metre long promenade running parallel to the beach. Refreshment kiosks, a hotel, and a shopping centre are located adjacent to the beach. Golden Beach is unique amongst the beaches of Hong Kong in that it has a volleyball court. The Hong Kong beach volleyball team occasionally practises on Golden Beach.
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Sha Tin Park

2 Yuen Wo Rd, Sha Tin, Hong Kong
Relax at this riverside park with many scenic features. You'll witness a harmonic sight of the elderly playing mahjong or exercising.
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Middle Bay Beach

Small beach that is generally more peaceful than Repulse Bay. Popular with LGBT community. Fine sand and clear water.
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Harbour City

3-27號 廣東道 Canton Road
One of the largest mega-malls in Asia, in the Kowloon district of Hong Kong. Its size is more overwhelming from the inside than from the outside. This upscale shopping complex, named after its proximity to a major cruise terminal, covers an area of ​​2 million square meters. Around the complex there are many markings, both on the floors and on information boards. However, a card that can be found almost anywhere in the facility can still be useful. From clothing and food to electronics and furniture, Harbor City offers almost all the major brands among the more than 450 stores that can be found here. Unlike other shopping centers, this is arranged in sections of similar types of shops side by side. The complex is usually kept very clean. However, it gets pretty crowded, especially in the afternoons, evenings and bank holidays.
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Hollywood Road

The second oldest street in Hong Kong. It was never to be associated with Hollywood; the street was named after the holly trees that once grew here. In fact, the name was introduced long before the name of California Hollywood. This was the place where Chinese merchants bought and sold goods to Europeans. You can find mainly antique shops that sell various things, from figures of Buddhas to carpets and various kinds of memorabilia. Apart from shopping, the street begins to be a home for contemporary feats; Many galleries spread in the area. You can also visit many restaurants with all conceivable kitchens. If you are in window shopping, you can easily spend half a day here. Pay attention to the antiques because the sources are not very reliable and you never know if the item is real or just a fake. There are many bus stops in the area, but the nearest ones are Lok Ku Road; Hollywood Road (line 26), Hollywood Terrace; Queen's Road Central (3A, 7, 10, 37A, 90B, 94, 101, 104) and Ladder Street; Caine Road (40M, 93C, 103 and 103P).
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Yau Ma Tei Jade Market

If you're in luck, head to Canton Road and Jordan Road on this market. Inside you can buy a jade amulet fortunately or many other pieces of jewelry, mostly from jade, but also from beads, malachite or many other gemstones. The Yau Ma Jade market is the largest market of its kind, with several hundred stalls selling mainly jewelery, pendants, small statues and other decorative items. Jade, the stone mainly sold here, is considered auspicious by the Chinese and brings good health, happiness and prosperity to its owners. You can easily reach the market by taking the Hong Kong train and getting off at MTR Yau Ma Tei Station. The market is within walking distance. There are two entrances to the market, one on Kansu Street and one on Battery Street. If you choose your jade souvenir on the market, do not forget to negotiate the price. Be aware that not all jade available here must necessarily be a fake, however, as some pieces of lesser quality may be among the goods.
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Fa Yuen Street

Known as the Sneaker Street, it contains more than 50 stores with sports shoes. This street is popular (mainly among men) for the wide variety of footwear brands (Nike, Adidas, Vans, Converse and much more) with relatively friendly prices compared to other areas of Hong Kong. In addition to shoes, you can also visit various clothing shops or market stalls that sell seasonal fashion. Do not expect to find many souvenirs here as the place is mainly used by locals. You can get here by subway, for the Sneaker Street it is Mong Kok Station - Exit E2 or D3, and for the Street Market, it is Prince Edward Station - Exit B2 (Kwun Tong and Tsuen Wan lines go through these two stations ).
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Tung Choi Street

This popular street market has just about everything you can imagine. It is lined with hundreds of stalls selling all sorts of goods. Do not be surprised if the items do not have listed prices - bargaining is a must. Apart from the usual things you can get there (like clothes, souvenirs, toys, various gifts, takeaway food, snacks, etc.), there is a special section of the market dedicated to Goldfish Street. Goldfish are sold here in large quantities (either in small plastic bags or aquariums). In addition to fish, dogs, cats and other small pets are also sold there. The southern end of the street is known as Ladies' Market - here you can look for clothes, jewelry, handbags or shoes.
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Nathan Road

The oldest street in Kowloon, also called "Golden Mile". Although the road is about 3.6 kilometers long, it takes many hours to cross it, as many shops and stalls attract your attention. Nathan Road will engrave his picture as a wide street with neon lights and signs everywhere in your head. Whether you have electronics, shoes, appliances, clothing, or anything you can buy in malls or at street vendors, they have it. Many shops are open until midnight. So if you shop at night, you can come here. In addition to the window shopping, the street also offers restaurants. You can find restaurants that focus on every conceivable kitchen, from the cheapest chain restaurants to 5-star or Michelin stars. This is not a place for a quiet walk as it is always full of people. There are people who try to sell counterfeit watches and other accessories every few feet, but they do not get too intrusive. There are many bus stops along the road, but if you're in Hong Kong for a stopover and would like to visit this place, you can hop on the A21 bus from HK International Airport.
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Sheung Wan

This district is one of the oldest in Hong Kong since it was founded in the mid-19th century. Today it has turned into a bustling, modern area with a new hotel and stylish restaurants. The highlight of the district and a reminder of its traditional roots is the old double-decker train, which still serves as public transport here. As you explore the district, Ko Shing Street is the place to browse Chinese medicine and tonic food stores, buy handcrafted goods in the famous Western Market or buy a snack at one of the stalls selling dry food.
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Times Square

1 Matheson St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
The only similarity of Times Square with his New York brother is in his name and the fact that celebrations take place here on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. This place is not really a place, but a big complex with shopping malls and the plaza in front of it. Fans of the Lara Croft series may remember the 2003 film Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life. On the premises of this 12-storey shopping center, there are almost all major brand stores. Be it Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Chanel or Marks & Spencer. There are also several western-style restaurants and cafes offering traditional Chinese cuisine. You can see a movie in the cinema on the 13th floor. In the 4 underground levels of the complex there is a parking lot with 700 parking spaces. However, if you choose to use it, keep in mind that hourly parking charges for peak hours (7:00 am to 11:00 pm) and public holidays are more than three times higher than for the rest of the time.
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Goldfish Market

Tung Choi Street
This intriguing street market boasts countless bags of goldfish and other decorative fish, both freshwater and sea fish. The goldfish are considered to be a symbol of luck in HK and HK is actually one of the main exporters of this kind of tropical fish.
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A Symphony of Lights

The imposing light performance was awarded by the Guinness World Records with the largest continuous light and sound show. It is a beautiful laser show with music showing 47 buildings on Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula. The show lasts about 15 minutes and is divided into five scenes, each celebrating a different aspect of Hong Kong culture. The scenes are (each): Awakening, Energy, Heritage, Partnership and Celebration. The best places to see the show are: Avenue of the Stars, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade (in Kowloon) or the ferries that cross Victoria Harbor. Please note that in the event of a rainstorm or cyclone threat, the show may be postponed or even canceled.
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Peak Tram

The tram first transported people to the highest points of Hong Kong Island in 1926 and is now a very popular tourist attraction. If you want to reach Victoria Peak, this is the best way to do it. Unfortunately, due to the space constraints of the tram, there are usually long queues that take up to an hour. The queues form in both directions - on the way up and on the way back. However, the trip is worth it, as you will have a beautiful view of Hong Kong in good weather. You can either purchase the regular tram ticket or the Peak Tram Sky Pass, which connects both the tram and the Sky Terrace ticket. Sky Terrace is a building on top of the summit, from where you can see the whole island.
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Tian Tan Buddha Statue

昂坪 Ngong Ping
Also called the Great Buddha, this 34-meter statue is one of the largest sitting Buddhas in the world. Built in 1993, it enjoys immense popularity both as a place of religious pilgrimage and a popular tourist destination since then. As you climb the nearly 270 steps and reach the statue, you can admire the detailed art of Buddha's hands, clothing or face. Each of these parts was designed with a specific symbolic purpose - to bring forth the qualities Buddha has, such as wish fulfillment or compassion. When planning your trip, be sure to check the weather forecast in advance. The elevated position of the statue offers amazing and impressive views of the entire environment, but when it is foggy, it can be difficult to see the Buddha himself. Also, check if the cable car, which offers trips to and from the statue, is operational before your trip. If not, you can still get to the Buddha by taxi or by bus, but you may find it difficult to find a place or spend long periods in queues.
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Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car

11 Tat Tung Road, Tung Chung, Lantau, Hong Kong
Ngong Ping 360 is a name for a cable car and a tourist center at the terminus of the tram. The cable car connects Lantau Island with Chek Lap Kok Island and ends in the mountains in Ngong Ping Village. The cable car ride takes about 20 minutes. During the trip you will first see the island of Lantau and Hong Kong, then the sea that separates them and finally drive through the wooded mountains. With this gondola lift and the view of a monastery with the Tian Tan Buddha statue on the way there, you can experience Hong Kong from a different perspective. There are many different shops and restaurants in the village at the end of the line. They offer a variety of souvenirs and food - even vegans can pick something! The giant Buddha statue is accessible from the end of the village. Be warned, the queues can be extremely long, even if you do not go on vacation. You can skip the lines if you book a ticket in advance from Ngong Ping 360's official website.
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Central Mid-Levels Covered Escalator

This escalator and moving walk complex was built in 1993 and is one of the longest escalator installations in the world. You can take the escalator upstairs and then take a pleasant stroll through the surrounding neighborhood while visiting the local shops, cafes and takeaway restaurants. While driving, you can enjoy a beautiful view of the adjacent streets. However, as the escalator is not only a sight, but also actively used by the locals, bottlenecks can occur, especially during peak hours.
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This viewing platform is located on the 100th floor of the tallest building in Hong Kong (and one of the tallest in the world) - International Commerce Center. Visitors are taken there by high-speed elevators. The 360 ​​° views are very impressive both during the day and after dark, when the city is lit up below you. If you manage to be on time for the nightly "Symphony of Lights" laser show, you will experience an unforgettable experience. Before visiting, be sure to visit the official website, as the observation deck is sometimes closed due to private events. As it is one of Hong Kong's most popular attractions, be prepared for long lines and crowds.
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Po Lin Monastery

Po Lin Monastery, Ngong Ping, Lantau Island, Hong Kong
The monastery was founded in 1906 and houses three Buddha statues. Each statue represents another life of Buddha - the past, the present and the future. You can visit the monastery gardens where you can enjoy a peaceful meditation or climb the many steps to see the 34-meter-high Buddha statue (one of the largest Buddha statues) looking out over the surrounding landscape. There is also a gift shop with souvenirs and a vegetarian restaurant where you can get fresh and delicious food. Next to the restaurant there is also a snack bar with vegetarian snacks.
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Wong Tai Sin Temple

2 Chuk Yuen Rd, Wong Tai Sin, Hong Kong
This temple is a place of worship for three religions - Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism. It is named after Wong Tai Sin - a famous monk who was said to have the power of healing. The temple workers claim that the temple fulfills every wish. Although this is not supported by facts, we are sure that this location has an immense number of tourists and locals, especially during the Chinese New Year. It was built according to the Feng Shui principles. If you are interested in this ideology, you may find that the structures in this area represent the five geomantic elements (metal, wood, water, fire, earth). Admission is free and you are allowed to take pictures, but do not interrupt the locals who come here to pray and soothe their souls. You can reach us from MTR Wong Tai Sin Station, Exit B2. The temple is about 3 minutes walk away. Attention, it is very busy during the Chinese New Year. If you do not want to be among thousands of other people, you should visit this place at other times.
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Central Pier 7 (Star Ferry)

This late 19th century ferry company takes you across Victoria Harbor. It is one of the best transportation methods that you can choose in Hong Kong as it is cheap and fast and will get you through the harbor in no time. It offers an amazing experience while you can see the view of the skyline of the city. They also have the best image of Hong Kong Harbor, unhampered by other than occasional boats that give the whole place a magical and romantic atmosphere. A must for anyone in Hong Kong, as this is probably the cheapest way to sightsee.
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Hong Kong International Airport

Airport Authority Hong Kong HKIA Tower, 1 Sky Plaza Road Hong Kong International Airport Lantau Hong Kong
The main airport in Hong Kong, known as Chek Lap Kok. It is the busiest freight portal in the world and has two major main terminals. Terminal 1 is one of the largest passenger terminal buildings in the world. The flights depart from here, Terminal 2 serves only as a check-in service for most low-cost carriers. The airport is served by private hotel buses, taxis, buses and limousines. Taxis are coded according to their operating area. Choose the red taxis if you want to be sure the driver is going to your destination. To book a hotel bus, call +852 2738 9500. The Airport Express train goes directly to the center of Hong Kong and the journey takes 24 minutes. It leaves every 10 minutes from 05:54 to 23:28 and every 12 minutes from 23:28 to 00:48. The public buses usually run from 6:00 to 12:00 and are quite cheap. There are many lines that go to and from the airport. The S-line marks the shuttle bus service. If you are coming to mainland China from the airport, you can use the ferry service or the shuttle bus. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas.
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Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal

Also known as the Macau Ferry Terminal, the terminal consists of a ferry terminal and a heliport. It is also part of the Shun Tak Centre - a commercial complex with a shopping mall. Ferry services are provided to Macau, the Pearl River Delta cities of Shenzhen Shekou and Zhuhai.
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Airport is a rapid transit station on the Airport Express of Hong Kong's MTR. It serves the Hong Kong International Airport, and is integrated with the passenger terminal. The station was opened in July 1998 at the same time as the airport, and served as the western terminus station of the line until the opening of the AsiaWorld-Expo station on 20 December 2005. It is also the westernmost railway station in Hong Kong. Platform 3 was constructed opposite to platform 1 to enable access to SkyPlaza and Terminal 2. The new platform began operations on 28 February 2007, when the additional check-in facilities opened at Terminal 2. Airport Express trains stopping at the station now opens its two doors simultaneously for both platforms—doors on the left open for Terminal 1, and doors on the right open for Terminal 2 and SkyPlaza.
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Port of Hong Kong

The Port of Hong Kong, located by the South China Sea, is a deepwater seaport dominated by trade in containerised manufactured products, and to a lesser extent raw materials and passengers. A key factor in the economic development of Hong Kong, the natural shelter and deep waters of Victoria Harbour provide ideal conditions for berthing and the handling of all types of vessels. It is one of the busiest ports in the world, in the three categories of shipping movements, cargo handled and passengers carried.
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Causeway Bay

555 軒尼詩道 Hennessy Road
Causeway Bay is a station on the MTR network on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. The station is between Wan Chai and Tin Hau stations on the Island Line. It serves the locality of Causeway Bay and the Happy Valley Racecourse within Wan Chai District.
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Tsim Sha Tsui

彌敦道 Nathan Road
Tsim Sha Tsui is an MTR station on the Tsuen Wan Line. The station, originally opened in 1979 on the Kwun Tong Line, serves the area of Tsim Sha Tsui. East Tsim Sha Tsui Station on the West Rail Line, which opened on 24 October 2004, is connected to this station by underground pedestrian passages. The two stations serve as an interchange point between the Tsuen Wan and West Rail Lines.
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Hong Kong

8 金融街 Finance Street
Hong Kong is a station of the MTR metro system in Hong Kong. It is the eastern terminus of the Tung Chung Line and Airport Express. It is situated between Man Cheung Street and Harbour View Street, Central, Hong Kong Island, and sits underneath the International Finance Centre. It opened in 1998. The station is connected to Central Station by a pedestrian subway. The walk between the two stations typically takes three to six minutes. The tunnels, which cross under Connaught Road Central, are equipped with moving walkways. Hong Kong Station provides an in-town check-in service for flights departing Hong Kong International Airport and free shuttle bus services to most major hotels in the Central and Wan Chai areas.
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Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is a luxury cruise ship terminal that opened at the former Kai Tak Airport runway at Hong Kong. Its completion date was delayed into 2013 due to re-tendering. Following an international competition, Foster + Partners was chosen to design the cruise terminal. The first ship berthed on 12 June 2013. The terminal has the capacity to berth two large 360-metre long vessels, which carry a total of 5,400 passengers and 1,200 crew, as well as anticipating the demands of cruise liners currently on the drawing board.The Government announced that it would focus on the development of a new cruise terminal at Kai Tak development area to help Hong Kong become a regional transport hub for cruise ships. It was built by Dragages Hong Kong Limited and site formation was completed by Penta-Ocean Construction Company.
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遮打道 Chater Road
Central is an MTR station located in the Central area of Hong Kong Island. The station's livery is firebrick red but brown on the Tsuen Wan Line platforms. The station is the southern terminus of the Tsuen Wan Line, a stop on the Island Line, and connects to Hong Kong Station, which serves the Tung Chung Line and the Airport Express. The station was originally named Chater Station. It was initially conceived to cater for 330,000 passengers daily and was planned to be 380 metres long – one of the longest stations in the world. More than 200,000 passengers use this station daily. The longest distance between two exits is approximately 700m.
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Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

5 干諾道中 Connaught Road Central
Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is a five-star hotel located on Connaught Road in Central, Hong Kong, owned and managed by Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. The hotel opened in 1963 as "The Mandarin". In 2005, the hotel spent USD 150 million to renovate its 501 guestrooms, 10 restaurants, and numerous public spaces, as well as to construct the three-storey Mandarin Spa, one of a few Forbes Five-Star spas in Hong Kong.
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Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin

18 Chak Cheung Street
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin on 18 Chak Cheung Street, Ma Liu Shui, Sha Tin District, New Territories, Hong Kong, is the first international hotel in the New Territories. It is a 5 star hotel.
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New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel

72 Mody Road

Regal Riverside Hotel

34-36 Tai Chung Kiu Road

The South China Hotel

67-75 Java Road

InterContinental Grand Stanford

70 Mody Road

Regal Oriental Hotel

30-38 沙浦道 Sa Po Road, 九龍城 Kowloon City

Jockey Club Mount Davis Youth Hostel

123 Mount Davis Path

Harbour Grand Hong Kong