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Victoria Peak

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, but do 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. It is also here you will find one of the most iconic landmarks of Hong Kong, The Peak Tower that features Hong Kong's highest observation tower (the Sky Terrace 428), including the wax museum Madame Tussauds and the Peak Market.
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Tai Kwun - Centre for Heritage and Arts

Tai Kwun - Centre for Heritage and Arts

Hong Kong's largest ever restoration project is an arts and entertainment complex occupying the colonial-era police station and its adjacent buildings, such as a former jail, where today's visitors head of their own volition. The Tai Kwun Contemporary located on its grounds is estimated to host up to 8 art exhibitions every year, plus music and cultural events (such as theatrical performances, workshops, and more) are being scheduled continuously – check their website to see what's on. Don't miss the bar occupying an old prison building.
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Hong Kong Disneyland Park

Hong Kong Disneyland Park

If you go to Hong Kong you must go to Disneyland. A perfect place to enjoy a full day with family and friends. Here, dreams are brought to life for both the young and the ones young at heart. Meet your favourite Disney characters and spice up your day with parades and fireworks and try out all the different rides. The park is divided into seven main areas: Adventureland - into the heart of uncharted jungles Fantasyland - the "happiest kingdom of them all" Grizzly Gulch - look for gold and glitters in an abandoned mining town Main Street, USA - the picturesque boulevard of dreams Mystic Point - an mysterious rain forest Tomorrowland - like our dreams - is timeless Toy Story Land - a chance for you to become a toy
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Tai O Fishing Village

Tai O Fishing Village

Let's travel back in time. Tai O once was one of the major fishing ports in Hong Kong. Because of its traditional stilt houses above the water, many have called it the "Venice of Hong Kong", though the smell of shrimp paste and dried seafood everywhere might break your fantasy of a romantic seaside village. The market, fishing boats, and age-old dwellings make Tai O a great place for photographers. Don't eat too much lunch, make some room for local snacks: egg waffles, big fish balls, tofu pudding, and grilled seafood.
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