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What's the most famous attraction in Hong Kong?

  • youngsman

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    What's the most famous attraction in Hong Kong?

    #1 Posted: 27/2/2013 - 21:12

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  • caseyprich

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    Shopping. Seriously though, probably Victoria Peak.

    #2 Posted: 27/2/2013 - 22:17

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    We were full-on tourists in Hong Kong for a long weekend, and I thought the national sport was shopping too. But we loved our trip up to Victoria Peak on the tram and wandering around once we were there. Star Ferry was another "glad I ticked it off the list" experience. We loved having dim sum at a largely local's only restaurant in Kowloon. Also, we took the ferry over to Macau for an overnight. Magic. Have a great time...

    #3 Posted: 27/2/2013 - 22:26

  • caseyprich

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    I just looked at a top ten list and what was missing was probably Soho escalators, high tea at the Peninsula Hotel, Lamma Island day-trip, Dragon's Back hike to Shek-O . . . all a lot cheaper than some of the stuff here, and I'd probably put Temple Market as #2:


    #4 Posted: 27/2/2013 - 22:40

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    Victoria Peak and Lantau Island .-

    I think that you should see the Symphony of Lights !!!

    #5 Posted: 9/6/2013 - 20:03

  • PeterMFL

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    i LOVE the peak!!!!! It's probably the best thing I saw in Hongkong and Mongkok market was the second since the shopping was so cheap!

    #6 Posted: 21/9/2013 - 03:58

  • chrispy85

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    As most before me have said, the peak is probably the #1 place to visit. The views are pretty incredible and there are a bunch of places to eat around the top (not always reasonably priced, but still...). Also, I recommend walking down when you're done, it's not too difficult and the views of Hong Kong at night are priceless.

    #7 Posted: 2/12/2013 - 03:46

  • jackwilliam-

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    On top Shopping, Victoria Peak and Lantau Island

    #8 Posted: 17/12/2013 - 10:06

  • davidally

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    The Peak Tower, there is a dazzling array of restaurants, shops and entertainment venues set against the beautiful backdrop of the city. The Peak Tower boasts the highest 360° viewing platform.The Sky Terrace which offers spectacular panoramic views of the vibrant city.

    #9 Posted: 19/9/2014 - 00:00

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    There's so much to see in Hong Kong so the most famous attraction is going to be tough! As mentioned the view at the top of Victoria Peak is incredible. But the view from the other side on Tsim Tsa Tsui is great too. At 8pm every night here you can watch the symphony of lights where the skyscrapers turn into an awesome light show. On the same promenade you can also see the Bruce Lee statue and Avenue of Stars where celebrities like Jackie Chan left their hand prints. The Intercontinental Hotel nearby does a great buffet too!

    #10 Posted: 19/9/2014 - 17:33

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