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Taoist Temples

Taoist temples are some of the most frequented temples in Hong Kong. While the older Hong Kong residents pray to Man, God of Literature, and the God of War, Mo, you can go up to the altar and collect a box of prophecy sticks. Shake the box until one of the sticks falls out – then go to one of the fortune-teller stalls and get to know your future.
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Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak is an absolute must for visitors to Hong Kong – ascend 522 metres by tram and look out over the entire city – just make sure that it is not a foggy day. Victoria Peak has always been an area for the propertied classes, and nowadays this also means that Hong Kong’s best promenade is to be found in the leafy, quiet area around the peak station.
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Ocean Park

Hong Kong’s largest amusement park. Take a dizzy ride on the roller coaster, experience the world’s largest aquarium or watch one of the many animal shows.
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Step into a world of exciting and enchanting lands! Enjoy tales and adventures in exciting attractions. Here, dreams are brought magically to life for both the young and the ones young at heart. The park is divided into four main areas: Fantasyland - the "happiest kingdom of them all" Tomorrowland - like our dreams - is timeless Adventureland - into the heart of uncharted jungles Main Street, USA - the picturesque boulevard of dreams
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A Symphony of Lights

Every night at 20.00 you can admire a dazzling multimedia show outdoors with laser lights in every colours and which involves more than 40 buildings by the harbour. This is a beautiful and powerful experience that should not be missed when vising Hong Kong. The best views are along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront between the Avenue of Stars and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and the promenade at Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai.
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Nan Lian Garden

Stroll around at this beautiful and very well maintained garden which is surrounded by skyscrapers. This is a very quiet and peaceful place where you can unwind and admire traditional Chinese architectures. The flowers, ponds and waterfalls are also all beautiful to look at.
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Big Buddha

You will find the Big Buddha on Lantau Island which is the largest island in Hong Kong. Big Buddha is the world's largest, seated, outdoor bronze Buddha statue and is more than 34 meters high. After the visit, there is a monastery nearby where you can eat a vegetarian lunch with the monks.
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