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Hong Kong Day Tripping

Guide to Short Stopover in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a buzzing city with very busy people. It is a dynamic place where visitors who are passing through are guaranteed a schedule to rival even those of the most successful tycoons.

The streets of Hong Kong are a study in character and heritage. For one thing, the trams that traverse the modern city streets at the foot of gigantic skyscrapers not only take you across the city from Kennedy Town in the west to Shau Kei Wan in the east, but also across the different lifestyles and social conditions of Hong Kong.

 

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Hong Kong Beaches and Parks

Sand and sea are just the things you need to spend a full, relaxing day. Deep Water Bay, Repulse Bay, and Shek O are just some of the lovely beaches that dot the coast of Hong Kong. For a quieter and more secluded atmosphere, make your way over to one of the outlying islands, such as Cheung Chau, where unique rock formations and wonderfully fresh seafood await you at the seaside restaurants over the water.

For such a developed city, Hong Kong has a surprising number of country parks teeming with wildlife. You can go birdwatching at the Mai Po marshes: a very well-known spot where the splendour of resident and migratory birds will hold you enthralled. Pink dolphins await you, too, in the waters off Lantau island.

Hong Kong Night Spots

And now, live from Hong Kong – non-stop entertainment. International art and film festivals, musicals, orchestra performances and stage plays fill its entertainment calendar and is a veritable paradise for art lovers. Dramas by local playwrights or internationally renowned ones, recitals by local musicians or foreign ones, and world-class performances by all. If you are lucky,

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Hong Kong Sightseeing

Ever the not-to-be-missed attraction in Hong Kong, The Peak offers hours of panoramic delights coupled with an interesting shopping gallery and restaurants. Even the ride up on the peak tram is worth doing in itself. Read More...

Shopping in Hong Kong

No one leaves Hong Kong empty-handed. With so very many modern shopping malls, bazaars, street markets and quaint little shops, Hong Kong has something for everyone. Limitless variety at the malls, such as Pacific Place in Admiralty; undying charm at the quaint little shops, such as those along Cat Street in Western; shining curios and souvenirs Read More...

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