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Sha Tin

Attractions Category: Markets
As a recreational, shopping, gourmet and cultural center of Hong Kong, Sha Tin is a fast growing new town in New Territories. It is noted for unique local culture, horseracing, intriguing shopping malls and delicious local delicacies.One of the most ...
Sai Kung Peninsula

Attractions Category: Historical Sites
Regarded as the 'LeisureGarden of Hong Kong', the Sai Kung Peninsula is located in the east of New Territories in Hong Kong, Sai Kung is. Sai Kung is the second largest administrative district in Hong Kong with an area of ...
Ngong Ping 360

Attractions Category: Scenic Lookouts
As one of famous attractions in Hong Kong, Ngong Ping 360 is located on Lantau Island, including an incredible cable car journey and the culturally themed Ngong Ping Village. It attracts many visitors every year. Cable Car Cabins & ServicesThe ...
Mai Po Natural Reserve

Attractions Category: Scenic Lookouts
Surrounded by the wetlands Hong Kong, Mai Po and the Inner Deep Bay are both located in the northwestern corner of Hong Kong, which have been heaven -on-Earth for birds for many years. In the past, people didn't take any ...
Lantau Island

Attractions Category: Scenic Lookouts
You can enjoy the beautiful scenery and famous historical sites throughout Lantau Island, which are truly wonderful. Seeing from the top, you can find that there is a chain of mountains stretching from the higher elevations in the west to ...
Lamma Island

Attractions Category: Scenic Lookouts
Lying at the southern part of Hong Kong, Lamma Island is the city's third largest island among many islands Hong Kong. Owing to the immense sea, the clean beach and the brilliant coastal scenery, Lamma Island attracts more and more ...
Hong Kong Wetland Park

Attractions Category: Amusement Parks
Situated in the north of Tin Shui Wai, the New Territories, Hong Kong Wetland Park was initially intended for an ecological mitigation area to make up the lost wetlands during the urbanization process of Tin Shui Wai. In 1998, there ...
Government House

Attractions Category: Historical Sites
Located on Upper Albert Road in Central and faces Victoria Peak, the Government House of Hong Kong covers an area of 24,000 square meters (about 6 acres). The house used as the residence of the Governors of Hong Kong in ...
Cheung Chau Island

Attractions Category: Scenic Lookouts
Cheung Chau Island lays 10 kilometers southwest of Hong Kong Island. At first sight, it is only a small area. However, it has a comparatively large population of more than 20,000 people nowadays. The main part of living land is ...
Star Ferry

Attractions Category: City Landmarks
Many changes have taken place in Hong Kong over the one 100 years, and the Star Ferry has witnessed all these. In addition to a vehicle, the Star Ferry Hong Kong is a tourist attraction, which is a landmark of ...
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