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Introducing Hong Kong
Hong Kong Island
The Peak (Victoria Peak), Central, Hong Kong Island
To view Hong Kong at Hong Kong Island's top point
Stanley, Southern District, Hong Kong Island
The most famous are the Stanley Market, Murray House, bayside pubs and restaurants, and Tin Hau Temple.
Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon
This kilometer-long bazaar has stalls selling all sorts of bargain merchandise, food stalls, fortune tellers and even Chinese opera performances.
Lantau Island Po Lin Monastery
The tranquil Po Lin Monastery and world's biggest Buddha statue.
Central,Bank of China 43rd floor,Hong Kong Island
The only public viewing deck in a Hong Kong high rise building.
Admiralty,Hong Kong Park,Hong Kong Island
Containing the Museum of Tea Ware, Conservatory and Aviary, it's an oasis in the middle of a concrete jungle.
Wan Chai,Golden Bauhinia,Hong Kong Island
The national flag hoisting ceremony is held here every morning.
Southern District,Repulse Bay,Hong Kong Island
Ocean Park,Southern District,Hong Kong Island
Theme park about ocean, it has Ocean Theatre, Atoll Reef, Shark Aquarium, Giant Panda Habitat, Sea Lion and Seals Colony and many exciting rides.
Tsim Sha Tsui,Kowloon
Harbour City (700 shops!) and numerous shops and restaurants on streets as well. Also has Cultural Centre, Space Museum, Science Museum and Hong Kong History Museum.
Wong Tai Sin,Wong Tai Sin Temple,Kowloon
Wong Tai Sin is one of the most popular gods in Hong Kong. People go there for fortune-telling too.
Walled City Park,Kowloon City,Kowloon
Once a military station of Qing Dynasty and later turned into a slum, has been redeveloped into a park preserved with the original Walled City structures and relic.
Tsing Yi,Lantau Link Visitors Centre,New Territories