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It consists of a cable car journey and a themed village which is one of the must see attractions in Hong Kong travel. You can also discover 1. Tai O's legendary fishing village, 2. the tranquility of beaches in Pui O and Cheung Sha 3. a magnificent view of Big Buddha 4. unique Lantau by using a 360 Sky-Land-Sea Day Pass
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a: Tung Chung and Outlying Islands
t: +852 3666 0606
w: www.np360.com.hk
how to get to there
Adjacent to MTR's Tung Chung Station. It is a two-minute walk from Exit B of the station.
Taking one of the world's oldest and most famous funicular railways - Peak tram which rises to 396 metres above sea levels to the peak, and enjoying a stunning 360-degree panoramic view across the Hong Kong at the Sky Terrace 428
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a: Mid Levels, Hong Kong
t: +852 2849 0668
w: www.thepeak.com.hk
how to get to there
1. Peak Tram from the Peak Tram Lower Terminus on Garden Road (reach it by taking bus 15C from the lay-by outside the Star Ferry pier in Central, or walk from MTR Central Station, Exit J2.) 2. Minibus 1 from MTR Hong Kong Station public transport interchange.
Starting at the colonial-era Clock Tower and stretching all the way to Hung Hom, a stroll along the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade takes one past the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, the Hong Kong Space Museum, the Hong Kong Museum of Art and Avenue of Stars. But like most of the love birds and shutterbugs on the promenade, your gaze will be drawn south to the dramatic topographical and architectural spectacle that is the Hong Kong Island skyline towering over the busy waters of Victoria Harbour.
contact information
a: Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
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w: bit.ly/tstpromenade
how to get to there
Take the Star Ferry from Central or Wan Chai. The Promenade is next to the Star Ferry pier in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Often portrayed as a latter-day Robin Hood, Cheung Po Tsai is a star subject of many stories and movies. The historical character was a notorious pirate in the South China Seas during the late 18th century, and is said to have once commanded a fleet of 600 ships and 50,000 men. The experience probably stood him well after he surrendered to the Qing Government in 1810 and was given an officer position in the Chinese Navy
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a: Cheung Chau, Outlying Islands
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w: bit.ly/cheungpotsaicave
how to get to there
Take a 35-to-60 minute ferry ride from Central pier 5 to Cheung Chau. Turn right at Cheung Chau ferry pier, walk along the coast for 20 minutes to Sai Wan Tin Hau Temple, then walk uphill for about 10 minutes.
The Man Mo Temple is a picturesque tribute to the God of Literature (Man) and the God of War (Mo), both of whom were worshipped by ambitious students looking to succeed in the civil examinations of Imperial China. These involved rigorous systems aimed at finding the best administrative officials for the state.
contact information
a: 124-126 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
t: +852 2540 0350
w: bit.ly/manmotemple
how to get to there
MTR Central Station Exit D2 and turn right to Theatre Lane. Walk along Queen's Road Central towards The Center. Then take the Central—Mid-Levels Escalator to Hollywood Road.
It's claim to ‘make every wish come true upon request’ might have something to do with its popularity. Home to three religions (Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism), its natural setting and beautifully ornamented buildings make it as much a scenic attraction as an important religious centre.
contact information
a: 2, Chuk Yuen Village, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon
t: +852 2327 8141
w: www.siksikyuen.org.hk
how to get to there
MTR Wong Tai Sin Station Exit B2, walk for about three minutes.
Horse racing became a fixture in Hong Kong in 1841 but enjoyment of this sport was originally confined to the city’s elite. Today, a trip to one of the city’s world-class tracks – Happy Valley on Hong Kong Island will confirm that horse racing has very much gone mainstream in Hong Kong.
contact information
a: Sports Road, Happy Valley
t: +852 2508 1817
w: www.hkjc.com
It’s famed for its generations of fisher folk who build their houses on stilts above the tidal flats of Lantau Island – and literally teeter over Hong Kong. You can enjoy the scenic waterway, taste some traditional salted fish, see Chinese white dolphin and more.
contact information
a: Tai O, Lantau Island, Outlying Islands
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w: bit.ly/TaiO
how to get to there
MTR Tung Chung Station. Take bus 11 to Tai O bus terminus (the journey takes approximately 50 minutes.)
The Former Marine Police Headquarters which is 120 year-old historical development has now been revitalized and transformed into a cultural and shopping landmark in Hong Kong
contact information
a: Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
t: +852 29268000
w: www.1881heritage.com
how to get to there
Exit L6 at MTR East Tsim Sha Tsui Station
In Hong Kong, the jade business is most active at the Jade Market in Kowloon. While there’s been a lot of redevelopment in the area in recent years, some vestiges of its past have been saved, such as the colonial-era police station. Nearby, a three-tonne jade stone marks the strip of Canton Road known as Jade Street.
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a: Junction of Kansu Street and Battery Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon
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w: bit.ly/jademarket
how to get to there
MTR Yau Ma Tei Station, Exit C. Walk along Nathan Road to Kansu Street, then continue along Kansu Street until you reach the Jade Market.
With over 100 stalls of bargain clothing, accessories and souvenirs, the Ladies’ Market on Tung Choi Street provides a one-kilometre stretch on which to practise your haggling skills.
contact information
a: Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon
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w: bit.ly/ladiesmarket
how to get to there
1. MTR Mong Kok Station, Exit E2. Walk along Nelson Street for two blocks.
2. Bus 1, 1A, 2, 6 or 9 from Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry pier and get off at Nelson Street station
It offers enormous selection of brand-name clothing items (large sizes are available) and accessories, jewellery, home furnishings, souvenirs, ornaments and Oriental knick-knacks which are sold at reasonable prices in a picturesque warren of lanes.
contact information
a: Stanley New Street and Stanley Market Road, Stanley, Hong Kong
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w: bit.ly/stanleymarket
how to get to there
MTR Causeway Bay Station, Exit B. Walk to Tang Lung Street and then take minibus 40.
Trinkets, tea ware, electronics, watches, menswear, jade and antiques are scrutinised and haggled over, while claypot rice, seafood, noodles and other treats are consumed with gusto.
contact information
a: Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon
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w: bit.ly/templestreet
how to get to there
1. MTR Yau Ma Tei Station, Exit C, turn onto Temple Street at Man Ming Lane.
2. MTR Jordan Station, Exit A. Turn right onto Jordan Road and then take another right onto Temple Street.