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Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is a young, vibrant city full of energy. This is obvious to anyone standing on the pier in Tsim Sha Tsui, looking out over Hong Kong’s impressive skyline of skyscrapers. Furthermore, this is a city that has managed to make an art of squeezing seven million people together in an area of 1.000 square kilometers. With its tropical climate, beautiful landscapes, rivers of electronic equipment, energetic nightlife and good food, Hong Kong is a tourist paradise. 25 million people come here each year to a city that has some of the highest skyscrapers in the world.
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Do and see
Temples, museums, amusement parks and lookout points - Hong Kong has a great variety of sights to explore. Why not visit the Man Mo Temple? Or the night-time market in Temple Street?
Taoist Temples
Taoist temples are some of the most frequented temples in Hong Kong. While the older Hong Kong residents pray to Man, God of Literature, and the God of War, Mo, you can go up to the altar and collect a box of prophecy sticks. Shake the box until one of the sticks falls out – then go to one of the fortune-teller stalls and get to know your future.
Hong Kong Museum of Art
If you want to see classical Chinese art and calligraphy, you have come to the right place. Apart from a solid collection of classical work, the highlight of Hong Kong’s Museum of Art is the collection of old photographs and prints from the Colonial era.
Hong Kong Museum of History
This museum looks back in time. Go through the eight rooms that range from prehistoric times to the hand-over to China in 1997. Here you can see everything from traditional Chinese clothes and an old reconstructed street from 1881, to toys from the 1970s.
Victoria Peak
Victoria Peak is an absolute must for visitors to Hong Kong – ascend 522 metres by tram and look out over the entire city – just make sure that it is not a foggy day. Victoria Peak has always been an area for the propertied classes, and nowadays this also means that Hong Kong’s best promenade is to be found in the leafy, quiet area around the peak station.
Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens
Here you will find hundreds of different species of birds and exotic plants in a beautiful setting filled with fountains and sculptures. West of Garden Road, which runs straight through the gardens, you will find the zoo with an impressive collection of endangered species.
Pak Tai Temple
This Taoist temple was built in the 1860's in honour of Pak Tai, something as contradictory as a peace-keeping god of war. Look into one of the side rooms where old men are seated building small paper and bamboo models of everything that they want to carry with them in the afterlife.
Ocean Park
Hong Kong’s largest amusement park. Take a dizzy ride on the roller coaster, experience the world’s largest aquarium or watch one of the many animal shows.
Star Ferry
Since 1888, this oval, double-decker ferry has transported the residents of Hong Kong between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. Star Ferries not only provides an insight into the day-to-day life of Hong Kong but also offers the cheapest and best views from the sea. There are four different trips, but the most popular is between Central and Tsim Sha Tsui.
Hong Kong’s airport was previously in the city centre and it was an experience to fly in among the skyscrapers. But the new airport is still a major sight. Fêted as one of the most ambitious engineering projects ever, this large airport really is proof that the construction of an airport is a prestige project and a work of art, too. The British architect, Sir Norman Foster, has described the building as homage to travellers in modern times. The new high-tech airport lies a little way outside Hong Kong, but Airport Express leaves every twelve minutes from 5.50 - 24.48 and takes you downtown in 24 minutes. Buses A11 and A12 also takes you into the city. The airport has two terminals - Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. At www.hongkongairport.com you can easily find information about where to go and at which gate and terminal different airlines arrive or depart. At the airport there is also an Airport Ambassador Programme and a Costumer Service Centre you can turn to for more information and help.
Public Transport
The clean and modern MTR, the tube, is often the quickest way to get around. A smart way is to buy an Octopus Card which can be used on most of the local buses and trains. You can also buy a one-day card on MTR. The bus fare depends on how far you travel, but remember that you need the exact amount or an Octopus Card to pay. There is also a small minibus which is a mix of taxi and bus and takes slightly longer but might take you closer to where you want to go. Trams are also a pleasant way to get around.
It is cheap and simple to travel by taxi in Hong Kong – just flag down the first taxi that comes down the street.
Post Office
The main post office is adjacent to the Star Ferry Terminal on Hong Kong Island.
SOS International Alarm +852 2528 9900 For general enquiries and advice, call +852 2300 6555 or go to Hong Kong Central Hospital, 1b Lower Albert Road, Central, Tel +852 2537 8441.
Country code: +852
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