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The Peak

Hong Kong The Peak, Hong Kong Attractions, Hong Kong Travel GuideThe Peak gives Hong Kong, perhaps the most extraordinary and legendary vista of any modern city in the world. Victoria Peak is really the Hong Kong's number one tourist destination, playing host to more than 6 million visitors each year. Whether by day or night, Victoria Park is a must-see tourism spot! The main reason is that it provides the spectacular view of the Victoria Harbour, especially at the nighttime, when all the buildings are “on light”, For example, the top of the tallest building in Hong Kong, Central Plaza, has different colours of lights blinking.

Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong DisneylandTake a ride around Hong Kong Disneyland on an old-fashioned steam locomotive. The train stops in Fantasyland, then continues its tour back to Main Street Station.
Make all of your storybook dreams come true by exploring the fairytale adventures in this enchanted land. Beyond the drawbridge that leads into a fairy tale castle, classic stories are magically brought to life in the festival courtyard. Nine enchanting adventures and a lot of pixie dust ensure that Walt Disney's words still ring true today: "Fantasyland is dedicated to the young at heart and to those who believe that when you wish upon a star, your dreams come true."

Government House

Hong Kong Government-HouseGovernment House nestled in a Mid-Levels' garden on Upper Albert Road,and was formerly the office and residence of previous Governors of Hong Kong. Construction began in 1851 and took four years to complete, 25 British governors lived here until 1997. Government House enjoyed harbor views until the present high-rise buildings in the vicinity were constructed. It was originally built in the Georgian style and bore rich colonial characteristics. It underwent extensively redesigned by the Japanese during their occupation of Hong Kong in the Second World War

Wong Tai Sin Temple

The Wong Tai Sin Temple is one of the most frequently celebrated Taoist ancestral temples in Hong Kong. Its former name was Rosy Garden which was built in 1921.

It commemorates the famous monk of yore Wong Tai Sin (also known as Huang Chu-ping), who was born around AD 328 and became a deity at Heng Shan (Red Pine Hill) in his later life.

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