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Aberdeen Fishing Village

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Aberdeen harbour is home to hundreds of people living on fishing junks. Their traditional lifestyle is dramatically juxtaposed against a modern high-rise community spread over the nearby hillsides. In the evening, the thousands of twinkling lights reflected on the water are a magical sight.

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Lantau Island

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No trip to Hong Kong would be complete without a visit to the world's tallest, outdoor, seated bronze Buddha. The famous statue sit serenely atop Ngong Ping plateau amid the spectacular mountain scenery of Lantau Island.

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Tsim Sha Tsui

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Tsim Sha Tsui is a tourist’s dream come true, offering everything visitors need for a trip of a lifetime. It is home to a variety of chic restaurants offering a huge range of international cuisines, plenty of large, modern shopping malls, fascinating museums, and the Hong Kong Cultural Cent

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Stanley Market

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A popular market town on the sunny south side of Hong Kong Island, Stanley's relaxed ambience, crisp sea environment, and bargain buys make it a hotspot for tourists and locals alike. Seven days a week, the open market around Stanley New Street and Stanley Market Road throbs with the passing para

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Macau

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Neighboring Macau, less than an hour away by high-speed ferry, is a popular excursion from Hong Kong, offering good food, old-world charm and a multi-casino gambling industry that already outstrips Las Vegas. The former Portuguese enclave, which consists of a mainland peninsula and two offshore i

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Victoria Peak

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Victoria Peak, one of Hong Kong’s most famous scenic spots, offers breathtaking views of Hong Kong’s skyline, Kowloon, and Victoria Harbour. The Peak, as locals call it, is located on a mountaintop and is reachable by the Peak Tram.

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Lam Tsuen Wishing Trees

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A visit to one of Hong Kong’s most popular shrines, the Lam Tsuen Wishing Trees, is a great way to partake in a local Chinese tradition. These two famous banyan trees are a favored spot of local villagers, who come to burn joss sticks and incense papers in hopes their wishes will come true.

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Man Mo Temple

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Located in the Western District, Man Mo Temple is one of Hong Kong’s oldest and most important temples. Built in the 1840s, it is dedicated to two very different deities: Man, the God of literature, and Mo, the God of war.

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YUEN YUEN INSTITUTE

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A religious complex that demonstrates the significance of Confucian, Taoist and Buddhist contributions to the society.

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Luk Keng

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Luk Keng lies opposite the China boundary, just across Hong Kong's Starling Inlet. You can see the border town on China side and a bird sanctuary in Hong Kong waters where Chinese pond heron

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SAM MUN TSAI Fish Farming Zone

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At Sam Mun Tsai fish farming zone, you can see how local fisherfolks breed fish in submerged cages.

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Bubba Gump Restaurant

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Bubba Gump HK is located at the highest point of Hong Kong, the Peak. With a great view of of the famous Victoria Harbor we are perfect for any events from birthday's to corporate gatherings.

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Temple Street night market

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Temple Street is an amazing shopping sight, featuring rows of brightly lit stalls hawking an astonishing variety of inexpensive items especially for men - including clothing, pens, watches, CDs, cassettes, electronic gadgets, hardware and luggage. That's why it is also called 'Men's Street' 

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China Folk Culture Villages theme Park

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The China Folk Culture Village is a part of Splendid China Folk Village in Shenzhen, China. It is located adjacent to the Splendid China theme park and features displays of the daily life and architecture of China's 56 ethnic groups. It was opened to the public in October 1991.

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Dim Sum Lunch

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Dim sum is usually linked with the older tradition from yum cha (tea tasting), which has its roots in travelers on the ancient  Silk Road needing a place to rest. Thus teahouses were established along the roadside. Rural farmers, exhausted after working hard in the fields, would go to teahou

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