Hong Kong

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Hong Kong Island
8 reviews
This 1,800-foot mountain, whose looming peak is visible from almost all of Central district, doubles as the address for Hong Kong’s wealthiest residents. — Travel + Leisure
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Tsim Sha Tsui
8 reviews
British history books tend to think that Hong Kong only sprang into existence in January 1841 when it was claimed at what is still called Possession Street in Sheung Wan — The Telegraph
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Kowloon
6 reviews
Visitors can also get a fortune telling through kao cim, the Chinese tradition of shaking a cylinder of bamboo sticks and decoding the fortunes on the one that falls out. — Travel + Leisure
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Kowloon
6 reviews
Not a single nail was used to build this nunnery... wooden dowels and bracket work hold everything together. — Fodor's
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Central
5 reviews
Flagstaff House, located in Hong Kong Park, is the oldest colonial building in Hong Kong -- the best place to go if you want to see typical Hong Kong architecture of 165 years ago. — Frommer's
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Sheung Wan
5 reviews
Towards the northern end of Fu Shin St, the double-hall Man Mo Temple from the late 19th century is a centre of worship for the Tai Po area. — Lonely Planet
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New Territories
5 reviews
This quirky temple about 500m northwest of Sha Tin station is worth the uphill hike to visit. Built in the 1950s, the complex actually contains more than 10,000 Buddhas. — Lonely Planet
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Lantau Island
7 reviews
It may come as a surprise that the Big Buddha was erected only 23 years ago—the site radiates an imposing aura that typically belongs to a more time-tested monument. — Travel + Leisure
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Central
4 reviews
A welcome respite from the Central skyscrapers occupies the site of Victoria Barracks, a garrison; the buildings from 1842 and 1910 still stand. — Fodor's
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New Territories
4 reviews
This fabulous museum is Hong Kong's largest, yet it still seems a well-kept secret: chances are you'll have most of its 10 massive galleries to yourself. — Fodor's
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Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
7 reviews
An outing at the races is one of the quintessential Hong Kong things to do. — Lonely Planet
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Tsim Sha Tsui
7 reviews
The Star Ferry is the fastest and cheapest way to travel between Tsim Sha Tsui and Central or Wan Chai, taking less than five minutes to cross between the two shores — Time Out
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Jordan / Yau Ma Tei
4 reviews
The night market has no particular theme, but sells a wide range of goods amid an atmosphere of general chaos. — Michelin Guide
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Jordan / Yau Ma Tei
3 reviews
This Tin Hau temple was built in the 18th century and retains the original bell and stele from the Qing dynasty. — Lonely Planet
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Central
7 reviews
Longest outdoor covered escalator in the world, stretching from downtown Central business district up to the Mid-Levels residential area — National Geographic
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Central
5 reviews
It’s designed as if it’s a ship – the early history of Hong Kong and China trade is on C-Deck (lots of oil paintings and ceramics,) and Hong Kong’s shipyard history is told on B-Deck. — The Telegraph
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Central
4 reviews
Two cannon-like cranes were installed on top of the bank building to fend off bad feng shui.  — Atlas Obscura
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Hong Kong Island
7 reviews
There's no better way to chase the sweltering Hong Kong summer heat than at the homegrown Ocean Park — Afar Magazine
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Central
4 reviews
A peaceful gap in the skyscrapers—on Garden Road and up from Queen's Road Central—accommodates the graceful Gothic form of this Anglican church. — Fodor's
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Hong Kong Island
4 reviews
The University of Hong Kong Museum & Art Gallery houses collections of ceramics and bronzes spanning 5000 years, including exquisite blue-and-white Ming porcelain. — Lonely Planet
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