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Located on the eastern side of the Pearl River Delta and bordering the South China Sea, Hong Kong offers a wide range of natural, cultural, and cosmopolitan attractions. Hong Kong is also a paradise for all shopping lovers: arts and crafts, jade, silk, and high tech products. Dynamic and diverse, Hong Kong is comprised of four main areas: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the New Territories and the Outlying Islands. Hong Kong Island’s highlights include the Central Market, old Man Mo Temple, the Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Ocean Park and Victoria Peak, which offers amazing city views. On the south side of the island, Aberdeen’s picturesque Repulse Bay and floating restaurants are a must see. Home to the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Space Museum, and Museum of History, Kowloon is also well worth a visit. The Promenade in East Tsim Sha Tsui is a great way to take in scenic Victoria Harbour whilst Temple Street’s night markets in Yau Ma Tei make an enchanting after dinner stroll. Offering exciting outdoor adventure the Sai Kung Peninsula, Plover Cover Reservoir, and Mai Po Marsh make the New Territories a nature lover’s paradise. Hiking, swimming, boating, camping, bird watching – the New Territories boasts action aplenty. Keen on exploring the Outlying Islands? Lantau is your first port of call and gateway to Hong Kong's spectacular islands. Take the Ngong Ping 360 Skyrail and discover several important monasteries including Po Lin Monastery and its enormous bronze Buddha.

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