What to do in Hong-kong?

Riding with this  bus 🙂 ,is an amazing experienced. The local use this bus as a public transportation in Hongkong with the OCTUPOS card as a convenient cash card  that is available as soon as you arrived in the Hongkong International Airport.

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It was my first time in Hong Kong and my partner visited H.K way back 2009. We took Gray Line Tours (Hong Kong) Ltd. A two days perfect tour for those who wish to explore Hong Kong famous landmark and try the world famous dim sum lunch at a floating restaurant.

MAN MO TEMPLE

Built in 1847, the temple is dedicated to the Gods, Man (Literature) and Mo (Martial Arts). The temple is notable for its many fine, well-polished brass and pewter incense burners.

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PEAK TRAM

Operated for over 125 years, there’s nothing in the world like riding 373 meters long Peak Tram to visit the Victoria Peak. Many skyscrapers buildings you passed  by look like they leaning at a 45 degrees angle!

THE SKY TERRACE 428

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Standing at 428 meters above sea level, it s the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong. The new “Hong Kong Sky Tour” audio guide will help you to explore HK’s architecture, cuisine, neighborhoods, culture and history while enjoying the 360-degrees panoramic view of Hong Kong.

ABERDEEN FISHING VILLAGE

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Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter is an old traditional fishing village which is hard to find in any other parts of the world. You may gain a deeper insight of the lifestyle of Hong Kong fishing folks by riding on a sampan(at your own expenses ).

STANLEY MARKET 

Stanley market is a Shopper’s Paradise where you can find a wide variety of souvenirs such as silk, garments,sportswear, Chinese artwork and accessories.

OLD CLOCK  TOWER 

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Built in 1915 a former Kowloon Station of Kowloon Canton Railway.

TAI O FISHING VILLAGE

Experience “the Venice of the East” was one of the largest inhabited settlement on Lantau Island. The village’s stilt houses on the waterfront, offer a glimpse into Hong Kong’s past and provide a striking contrast with the modern city.

THE STILTS HOUSE 

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A boat trip to cruise around the old fishing village is included. An highlight of the cruise is the stilts house, unusual, interconnected structures on water that form a tightly-knit fishing community for villagers to live in.

NONG PING VILLAGE

It is set on a 1.5 hectare site on Lantau Island, adjacent of Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal and the Tian Tan  Buddha Statue. This amazing cultural themed village has been architecturally designed and landscaped to reflect the cultural and spiritual integrity of the Ngong Ping area.

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