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Amazing Hong Kong

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-Peak Tram-

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The venerable Peak Tram is, as most passengers agree, the only way to truly experience the beauty of Hong Kong's natural wonders. Tens of millions of people from every corner of the globe have taken the ride, which affords a uniquely spectacular perspective of the city.

Take the Peak Circle Walk or go directly to the Lugard Road Lookout for fabulous views over the harbour. There are more impressive views from the Lions View Point Pavilion, the viewing terrace at the Peak Galleria and the Peak Tower Sky Terrace.

Be sure to visit Madame Tussauds Hong Kong , open from 10am to 10pm daily, for an interactive entertainment experience!


-Victoria Harbour-

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Victoria Harbour is Hong Kong’s raison d’être. The deep waters between Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula are why a collection of fishing villages grew to become an international centre of trade. Today, the harbour is still the city’s throbbing heart  and one of the world’s most awesome urban landscapes.

About Star Ferry
There is no better way to capture the diverse beauty of the harbour than by taking a night time cruise aboard a ferry where you'll be able to enjoy. 

-Giant Buddha-

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The 34m tall bronze-cast Buddha was modelled after Sakyamuni, who achieved enlightenment under the Bodhi tree. The imparting fearlessness of the right hand indicates the compassion to save all sentient beings from their sufferings; the 'fulfilling wishes' mudra of the left hand, resting on the lap, implies the vow to grant blessing and happiness to all.

Inside the pedestal is a three-storey exhibition hall presenting a number of invaluable Buddhist items, including Buddha's relic. Visitors can climb up 268 steps to reach the three-storey pedestal to visit the Buddha and enjoy the boundless views of Lantau and South China Sea.

Ngong Ping 360 is destined to be one of Hong Kong’s ‘must see’ tourist attractions on Lantau Island. Preserving the natural ecological environment and features of the Ngong Ping area and converging the custom and culture of the Lantau Island, Ngong Ping 360 is sure to refresh your body and enlighten your mind, as soon as you step on the Cable Car.

Ngong Ping Cable Car is a visually spectacular 5.7km cable car journey, travelling between Tung Chung Town Centre and Ngong Ping on Lantau Island. Visitors will enjoy panoramic views of the Hong Kong International Airport, South China Sea, the Tian Tan Buddha Statue, as well as the flora and fauna of North Lantau Country Park.

-Cusine-

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Renowned as the culinary capital of Asia, Hong Kong boasts more than 11,000 restaurants; many of them clustered in defined food districts. Apart from enjoying the best Cantonese and regional Chinese food, visitors can sample a full choice of authentic Asian cuisines and western fare. Local must-try dishes are dim sum and fresh seafood, with some of the top examples found in Best of the Best award-winning restaurants.

Dim sum

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These are delightful, mouth-watering Chinese snacks served in steaming bamboo baskets and eaten with pots and pots of Chinese tea for breakfast or lunch. Steamed pork buns, shrimp dumplings, beef balls and pan-fried squid with spicy salt are just some of the local favorites.

Seafood

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If there is one food you must sample in Hong Kong, it's the seafood. Huge tanks of live fish and bubbling containers of prawns, crabs, scallops, clams, oysters and other seafood vie for attention. Preparing fresh, live seafood is a culinary art in Hong Kong, where skilled Cantonese chefs will have you salivating over the distinctive flavours and textures of their fishy dishes. There are four prime seafood locations for waterfront dining – Sai Kung, Lei Yue Mun, and the islands of Lamma and Cheung Chau. So don't miss the great opportunity to join the lively atmosphere of alfresco dining Hong Kong style, and savour a gourmet meal, this is sure to be one of the highlight of your visit.


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