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    1 Lugard Road

    If you haven't been to Victoria Peak, you haven't been to Hong Kong! All visitors to Hong Kong should go to the Peak for panoramic views of the city, which have to be amongst the most ...

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    China's Great Wall stretches east-west for more than 5000 kilometers. Its origins can be traced to the 7th Century BCE, when independent kingdoms constructed ...

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    Ocean Park Road

    This park features a full-fledged amusement park with the popular Dragon Roller Coaster, a Ferris wheel, a marine park with a shark aquarium, and a Chinese cultural village with temples, pagodas ...

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    Edinburgh Place

    One of Hong Kong's star attractions and one of the deepest container ports in the world, the harbor is shielded on both sides by stunning ...

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    Standing 468 meters high, the Oriental Pearl TV Tower is one of the highest towers in Asia. Tourists may climb the tower for panoramic views of the city. The ...

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    Tsim Sha Tsui

    Nathan Road, named after governor Sir Matthew Nathan, runs directly up to Boundary Street, the northern limit of the British colony prior to the leasing of the New Territories in 1898. Since everyone ...

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    Star Ferry Pier

    Hustle down to the Star Ferry and take the short ten-minute trip across Victoria Harbour , either to the Kowloon or Central side. Gaze up at Hong Kong's majestic skyline, which is an erratic stretch of skyscrapers ...

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    Stanley Market Road

    Home to Stanley Market, famous for its wide variety of relatively inexpensive goods such as Chinese souvenirs, rattan products, handicrafts and fake designer labels, Stanley ...

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    Built in 1694, the Yonghe Gong (Lama Temple) was the residence of Prince Yin Zhen, a son of Emperor Kang Xi of the Qing Dynasty. For many years, it was the leading center for Yellow Hat ...

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    Anren Street, 218

    The 400-year-old Yu Yuan Gardens were built in the Ming Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Jia Jin. Recognized as a significant national heritage site, the Gardens are a ...