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10 Must-Visit Places in Hong Kong

Known as Pearl Oriental, Hong Kong transformed into the most visited destinations a traveler in Asia. Because of its location on the coastline of southeast China, fenced by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea, Hong Kong has a stunning natural beauty. One of the world's economic center also offers impressive scenery and exciting rides that was built by the creative hand of man.

Ocean Park

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Ocean Park

This premium theme park offers rides super fun and challenges that tourists sought in Hong Kong for 40 years, and never loses its charm. Ranging from giant pandas to the aquarium jellyfish Sea Jelly Spectacular, or floorless rollercoaster that makes you fly in adrenaline, Hair Raiser, Ocean Park is a combination of exciting rides and experiences that you should feel.

Victoria Peak

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Victoria Peak

At an altitude of 396 meters above sea level, The Peak Tower is an architectural appeal of Hong Kong's most stylish. In it, you can taste the cuisine in many restaurants, shopping in stores, and watch various entertainment with backgrounds beauty of the city. With 360-degree viewing platform, The Sky Terrace, you can enjoy a view of the colorful city.

Disneyland Hong Kong

Disneyland is located on Lantau Island is filled with the beauty of the mountains on three sides, and the South China Sea on the other. Main Street USA, Fantasyland, Adventureland and Tomorrowland is a thematic attraction that will bring you to a world full of wonder and excitement. Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters, with the order of the typical Disney classic will make you forget about the real world.

Clock Tower

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Clock Tower

Standing 44 meters tall, the old Clock Tower was built since 1915, as part of the Railway Kowloon-Canton. Although the old station has disappeared, but the red brick and granite tower is maintained as a Declared Monument, memories of the Age of Steam. If you come to Hong Kong, is not complete if it does not take pictures at the Clock Tower which is so memorable for Chinese immigrants.

Ngong Ping 360

In the area of Ngong Ping 360 on Lantau Island, you will see the natural beauty, green hills, blue sea and vast stretches of beaches, as well as many beautiful monuments of the cable car. Ngong Ping village occupies an area of 1.5 hectares, with a stunning view of Tei Tan Square in the middle of the Po Lin Monastery Plaza, you will witness the largest bronze Buddha statue in the world, Tian Tan magnificent.

Kat Hing Wai

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Kat Hing Wai

Built about 400 years ago, Kat Hing Wai walled village is one of the most popular in Hong Kong. Although many buildings have been modernized, you will still find a quiet atmosphere and many buildings also house an ancient, stone walls, and a small temple. The villagers are descendants of the Tang clan, dressed in special clothes; You can take pictures with them with HK$10 fee

Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple

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Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple

This temple is famous for 'requests are always granted', which makes it a popular tourist destination. Apart from that, the building itself is beautiful, full of stylish and colorful ornaments typical Chinese architecture. Interestingly, the structure in this temple represent five elements geomantic: Bronze Pavilion (iron), Archives Hall (wood), Yuk Yik Fountain (Water), Yue Heung Shrine (fire), and Earth Wall (earth).

Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade

Since the establishment of the Clock Tower in the colonial period, until the Hung Hom, a walk in the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade conducted through Hong Kong Cultural Centre and Hong Kong Space Museum. However, like most other travelers, your eyes will be amazed by the topographic and architectural landscape that is so dramatic: Hong Kong skyline towering above the busy waters of Victoria Harbour.

Po Lin Monastery

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Po Lin Monastery

Hidden in the woods, filled with beautiful views of the mountains, the temple is famous for its giant statue, Tian Tan Buddha. With a 34-meter high bronze statue attracts pilgrims from all over Asia. Po Lin Monastery is an important Buddhist temple, the Buddhist iconography multicolored, beautiful flower gardens and the chirping of birds. Taste also the delicious vegetarian cuisine at the restaurants.

Chi Lin Nunnery

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Chi Lin Nunnery

The place is very beautiful and quiet, with traditional building style that makes you come back to China in the past. Amazing, all the buildings here were built without using nails. You can cross the bridge to the beautiful garden with bonsai and lotus, while looking at the monks and nuns move in a peaceful environment. Do not forget to taste the delicious vegetarian food here.