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Hong Kong Attractions

Hong Kong has many tourist attractions; Repulse Bay, Stanley Market, Aberdeen and Hong Kong Disneyland to mention a few.

From the Central district to Causeway Bay in Northern Hong Kong Island is the main commercial, shopping and entertainment area; the residential area is from Tin Hau to Chai Wan on the eastern part of the island; and Southern Hong Kong Island is the recreational area, where visitors can enjoy the natural beauty of the sea shore and bays, including the famous Repulse Bay and Ocean Park. Two days is usually enough for tourists who want to see the main attractions on Hong Kong Island. Victoria Peak is the best place from which to admire the city. Visit Aberdeen, the largest satellite town, it provides a glimpse of the essence of Hong Kong with hundreds of lighted trawlers on which fishermen and their families live. Stanley Market will satisfy most with its many stands, shops, original restaurants and outdoor cafes. Happy Valley, located between Wanchai and Causeway Bay is a low-lying land where people gather to enjoy the excitement of horse racing or gambling in racecourses. Additionally you can visit Man Mo Temple.

Kowloon Peninsula offers yet another view of this exciting part of China. Open air markets lure every tourist, and no one leaves empty-handed. There is something for every taste, from fashionable bargains at Ladie's Market in Mong Kok to the electronic gadgets and souvenirs in Yau Ma Tei's Temple Street Night Market. You should not miss visiting Hong Kong Coliseum, an eye-catching building in Hong Kong, and regarded as a landmark by many tourists. Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple, is the most famous temple in Hong Kong. Kowloon Park and the Hong Kong Space Museum are also popular with tourists.

In the New Territories and on the Outlying Islands there are still many areas where visitors can see villages that have remained unchanged for centuries. However, Shatin and Tuen Mun in the New territories and Tung Chung on Lantau Island are modern cities. Shatin has been a growing new town renowned for the second largest racecourse in Hong Kong and many shopping malls. Lantau Island has received attention in recent years as the home of the international airports and the new Hong Kong Disneyland, as well as the traditional Po Lin Monastery and Big Buddha.

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