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Macau Tower – Views and Extreme Sports

Macau Tower – Views and Extreme Sports

The Macau Tower – Travel Guide Also known as the Macau Convention and Entertainment Center, the Macau Tower is one of Macau’s most outstanding and celebrated landmarks. Home to the best views in Macau, four extreme sports and several over priced restaurants, the Macau Tower is one of Macau’s top tourist sites. Background & Details

Happy Valley Racecourse Hong Kong

Happy Valley Racecourse Hong Kong

A Night at Happy Valley Racecourse Surrounded by apartment buildings and hills in the middle of the city on Hong Kong Island, Happy Valley Racecourse is a tribute to the local gambling addiction. If you are in Hong Kong with an evening free, visiting the racecourse is a great way to have fun, experience a

Mausoleum of Mao Zedong

Mausoleum of Mao Zedong

Despite his wish to be cremated, after his death Mao Zedong’s body was embalmed and placed on display in a large Mausoleum just south of Tiananmen Square. His body is now on public display and visited by countless numbers of tourists and local Chinese every year. History The Mausoleum is one of the very few

Stanley Market and Beach

Stanley Market and Beach

Relax at Hong Kong Island's Stanley Beach & Market The north side of Hong Kong Island is full of high rises, quays, piers and in a constant state of reclamation and expansion. The south side is much more natural with a winding shoreline and home to bays and beaches such as Repulse Bay, Stanley Beach

Temple Street Market – Hong Kong’s Touristy Baazar

Temple Street Market – Hong Kong’s Touristy Baazar

Hong Kong's Declining Temple Street Night Market Temple Street Market is set in the back streets of Kowloon and is Hong Kong’s most notorious night market, famous for its vibrant atmosphere, local flavour, multitude of stalls and goods, and frantic activity. Unfortunately Temple Street market has become a victim of its own success and is

Tian Tan Buddha and Po Lin Monastery

Tian Tan Buddha and Po Lin Monastery

Hong Kong's Tian Tan Buddha and Po Lin Monastery Set in the mountainous Ngong Ping area of Lantau Island in Hong Kong is the Tian Tan Buddha and Po Lin Monastery. Not one of Hong Kong’s more famous or spectacular tourist attractions but it is a center of Buddhism in Hong Kong and well worth

Victoria Peak – Best Views In Hong Kong

Victoria Peak – Best  Views In Hong Kong

Sight Seeing Victoria Peak Hong Kong Victoria Peak or “The Peak” as locals call it is the highest mountain on Hong Kong Island and has incredible views of Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour and the surrounding islands. Victoria Peak is also one of Hong Kong’s most famous and over promoted tourist attractions. The views make The

The Star Ferry – A Classic Hong Kong Icon

The Star Ferry – A Classic Hong Kong Icon

The Star Ferry – The Best Way to See Victoria Habor The Star Ferry is a ferry service running on Victoria Harbor between Tsim Sha Tsui and Hong Kong Island. A ride on the ferry is a classic Hong Kong experience, a brilliant way to see the Hong Kong water front and the cheapest way

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Ocean Park – Hong Kong's Top Theme Park Ocean Park is Hong Kong’s main theme park and is located on the south side of Hong Kong Island. The main attractions of Ocean Park are dolphin and seal shows, live animal displays such as panda bears, a heap of rides and excellent views of Hong Kong’s

A Guide to Visiting the Great Wall of China

A Guide to Visiting the Great Wall of China

A Guide to the Great Wall of China The Great Wall of China is an ancient network of walls, earth works and fortifications that stretch from one end of China to the other and cover over 8,000 kilometers. The oldest sections of the wall were built over 2,200 years ago while the newest sections are

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