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  • Hong Kong Disneyland
    Hong Kong Disneyland
  • Hong Kong Ocean Park
    Hong Kong Ocean Park
  • Wong Tai Sin Temple
    Wong Tai Sin Temple
  • Street Scene of Hong Kong
    Street Scene of Hong Kong
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Hong Kong Disneyland
Located on reclaimed land in Penny's Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland is the fifth Disneyland style park of the world. Here you can go on a fantastic and magical journey with Mickey Mouse and other Disney friends and materialize all your cartoon dreams.

Hong Kong Ocean Park
Hong Kong Ocean Park covers the area of Wong Chuk Hang and Nam Long Shan on Hong Kong Island. Especially, it is considered as a nice resort for your family tour.

Kowloon Park
Kowloon Park is one of the biggest parks in Tsim Sha Tsui. With abundant rare flowers and plants, precious animals and birds, Kowloon Park is also one of the most appealing sites in Hong Kong and regarded as the 'green lung' of the city center.

Hong Kong Tourist Map
Hong Kong Tourist Map

Repulse Bay
Located on the Bolan Road of Wan Chai, the Repulse Bay is the most spectacular bay of that area. Beautiful Repulse Bay is a favorite summer weekend hangout for the city dweller, and the residential area of choice for many well-heeled.

Sha Tin
Shatin is set in the New Territories about 30 minutes north of Central. Having been a small rural township, Shatin is now an area famous for the horseracing, emporium, delicate dishes and local culture after decades of development.

Stanley, a peninsula on the southernmost part of Hong Kong Island, is a town with high value of appreciation. Once being a small village, but now the former fishing village has become a magnet to visitors both at home and abroad.

Star Ferry
With the service life of over 100 years, Star Ferry is the most common vehicle shuttling between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. It has been plying the short route since colonial times. From the ferry, one can take in the famous view of the Victoria Harbor.

The Temple Street
Located in the areas of Jordan and Yau Ma Tei in Kowloon, the Temple Street is an important street famous for its night market and the busiest flea market at night in the territory.

Tsim Sha Tsui
Tsim Sha Tsui is geographically the heart and soul of Hong Kong situated at the very tip of the Kowloon Peninsula pointing Kowloon Victoria Harbour. It is a major tourist hub where many shops, restaurants, office buildings and scenic spots cluster.

Victoria Peak
The Victoria Peak is situated in the western part of Hong Kong Island. It is also known as Mount Austin and the local people call it 'The Peak'. With an elevation of 552 meters (1,810 feet), it is the highest mountain on the island proper.

Wan Chai
Located in the north of Hong Kong Island, Wan Chai is a district coexistent with the old and the new. After years of development, Wan Chai has evolved into a thriving shopping center from a small fishing village.

Wong Tai Sin Temple  
Wong Tai Sin Temple is located on the southern side of Lion Rock in the north of Kowloon, which is far from the bustle of the street. It is not only an important religious centre but also a scenic attraction full of beautifully ornamented traditional buildings.

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