Head to the former British territory of Hong Kong for a day at the races. The 2008 Olympic Equestrian events will take place ... More
Hong Kong Olympic Equestrian Venue
Head to the former British territory of Hong Kong for a day at the races. The 2008 Olympic Equestrian events will take place in two newly-constructed buildings: the Shatin Olympic Equestrian Venue and the Beas River Olympic Equestrian Venue. The Jumping and Dressage will take place as the Shatin Venue which can hold up to 18,000 spectators. While the Beas River Venue hosts the Cross-Country test of the Eventing. So, gallop on over to the modern little peninsula for some Olympic fun!
After the Wong Tai Sin Temple, the Che Kung Temple is probably the second most popular temple in Hong Kong.
The Che Kung Festival, held on the third day of the Chinese New Year, sees thousands of worshipers gathering ...
Tin Hau Temple is one of the most popular sites for the filming of Hong Kong gangster movies. Located just
a block north of the Jade Market , it is yet another one of the many temples in Hong ...
This open air museum is located within the converted old Tai Po Market railway station, which opened in 1913. Unlike
other stations in the territory, the station was built in a Chinese architectural style and features the pitched roof ...