HONGKONG

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DISNEYLAND
Get ready to dazzle in the dreamy world of Disneyland

Located on reclaimed land in Penny's Bay,Lantau Island. It is the first theme park located inside the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and is owned and managed by the Hong Kong International Theme Parks. The park consists of seven themed areas: Main Street, U.S.A., Fantasyland, Adventureland, Tomorrowland, Grizzly Gulch, Mystic Point, and Toy Story Land. The park has a daily capacity of 34,000 visitors, it attracted 5.2 million visitors in its first year

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ABERDEEN & HARBOUR NIGHT
Dazzle your senses with this stunning night cruise

Explore Hong Kong at night. An energetic city at all hours. Experience the very best nightlife with a romantic harbour cruise or a bird's-eye view of the glittering city, then feast at one of Hong Kong's notable seafood destinations or a restaurant with a harbour view. Whether you desire a romantic night in a cosy revolving restaurant atop one of the tallest buildings in Hong Kong, or want to hit the town, you'll be able to find a tour to satisfy your every desire.

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VICTORIA HARBOUR
Natural landform harbour between Hong Kong and Kowloon

Victoria Harbour is one of the world's busy and most impressive natural harbours. Hong Kong's striking coastline and the countless container vessels, junks, sampans and pleasure craft gliding around the harbour create an exciting view. The spectacular backdrop of Hong Kong Island's stunning skyline will fire your imagination as darkness falls and a dazzling neon cityscape emerges. Cruises set sail from piers on either side of Victoria Harbour.

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FENG SHUI
Literally translated as "Wind & Water"

Feng Shui is the principle of man living in harmony with nature. On the tour, you can learn about the principles of this ancient philosophy and see how it has influenced the landscape of major commercial areas. The tour stops at Lung Cheung Road Lookout. Nine Dragon's Wall in Wan Chai, the feng shui principle of suppressing negative influences on the surroundings.

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LAMMA ISLAND HIKE
Island with 6,000 years of fishing history

The journey starts at the colourful fishermen’s typhoon shelter in Aberdeen. There you take a slow boat to Lamma giving us good views of southern Hong Kong Island. You will then get off the boat at Mo Tat Wan which is a small village on the north-east part of Lamma Island. Passing beautiful old feng shui woods we follow a lovely coastal path on this peaceful traffic-free island.

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OCEAN PARK
World’s second largest outdoor escalator system

Ocean Park never fails to impress. The outdoor escalator system is the second largest in the world. The cable-car ride to the headland provides unparalleled panoramic views of the south side of Hong Kong Island's Riviera. Amazing Asian Animals, with some of Asia’s rarest animals including giant pandas, red pandas, Chinese giant salamanders and Chinese alligators, together with Goldfish Treasures & Panda Village. Other highlights include: Pacific Pier, the Atoll Reef, the world's largest reef aquarium and lot more.

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LANTAU & MONASTERY
Major attractions for Buddhist pilgrims

Hong Kong International Airport is located adjacent to Hong Kong's largest island, Lantau, which is renowned for the Giant Buddha statue and the Ngong Ping 360 cable car and culturally themed village set amid stunning scenery.Visit the Tanka boat people stilt-house fishing village at Tai O, then take a winding road up to a 520-metre plateau to visit the famous Po Lin Monastery and view the world's tallest seated outdoor bronze Buddha statue.

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PLOVER COVE COUNTRY PARK HIKE
Most affluent villages in the northeastern New Territories

The Plover Cove Country Park in the northeast New Territories is one of the most under populated and pristine areas in Hong Kong. The hike starts in the tiny hamlet of Wu Kau Tang. First, walk upwards to see exciting views across the boundary into Mainland China and of the Yan Chau Tong Marine Park. You then descend to the deserted village of Lai Chi Wo. Lai Chi Wo, dates back to 400 years ago. One of the most affluent villages in the northeastern New Territories where a population of mainly Hakka origin lived. It is said to be one of the oldest surviving fung shui woodlands in Hong Kong.

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GEOPARK HIKING
Area of special geological, natural and cultural landscapes

The hike starts by heading along the High Island Reservoir route in the Sai Kung East Country Park, then proceeds to the easterly endpoint where you get a view of the magnificent hexagonal volcanic column wall, which is one of the world’s largest formations of hexagonal columnar jointing, before descending for a closer view.

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LEI YUE MUN VILLAGE SEAFOOD
Satisfies your hunger for life’s simple pleasures

Chinese pleasure tour boat which sails through the central and eastern parts of Victoria Harbour to the Lei Yue Mun fishing village, an off-the-beaten-track paradise for seafood lovers.

A visit to this seafood bazaar is a truly wonderful experience. You'll see all manner of fresh fish and shellfish swimming in tanks, waiting to be prepared for a sumptuous seafood dinner. After dinner, the cruise offers glittering panoramic views of both sides of the harbour.

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