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    175 Tung Hei Road

    Built by the British to defend the eastern approaches of the harbour, Lei Yue Mun Fort came under heavy bombardment during the Japanese invasion in December 1941. Now the fort houses a museum ...

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    Connaught Pl

    Not far from the Central Star Ferry pier stands one of Hong Kong's many famous landmarks, known to the Chinese as the "House of a Thousand Orifices" and to the expatriate community as the ...

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    1 Bank Street

    Completed only a year after the Communist Party came to power in China, this building had a lot to prove! The neighbouring Hongkong and Shanghai Bank building, since demolished to ...

  • 64.

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    Shelley, Staunton and Elgin Streets

    This is Hong Kong's SoHo (South of Hollywood Road ), a small area that has emerged as a great place for fine wining and dining in the last few years. The numerous upmarket ...

  • 65.

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    Deep Water Bay

    There are lots of places to water ski around Hong Kong. Deep Water Bay , Repulse Bay , Stanley , and the south end of Lamma are all popular spots. Of these, Deep Water Bay ...

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    Ngong Ping Plateau

    What would you expect to find next door to the Big Buddha ? The answer is, of course, the largest Buddhist monastery in Hong Kong. Once a peaceful haven for Buddhist monks, Po Lin Monastery is ...

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    99 Tung Tau Wan Road

    Crime does not pay but many thought it did and ended up behind bars in this 70-year old detention center. Built before World War II, this high-security prison houses ...

  • Designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster, the building cost nearly a billion Hong Kong dollars to construct and was the world's most expensive building when it was ...

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    Lam Tsuen

    Mickey Mouse advises children to make a wish upon a star, but Hong Kong grannies take their grandchildren to the Wishing Tree to make their wishes. Wishes ...

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    88 Queensway

    Modern and airy, this spacious shopping center has wide walkways making shopping a more relaxing experience. Department stores, such as Seibu , Lane Crawford ...