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Guidebook for Hong Kong

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Guidebook for Hong Kong

Getting Around
Tai Wai Railway Station Bus Terminus
Central Station
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Tsim Sha Tsui Station
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Mong Kok Station
Kowloon Tong Station
Sha Tin Station
Sightseeing
Che Kung Miu Temple is a Grade II historic building located in Tai Wai, Shatin. Originally built in the 17th century, it is not open to the public anymore but the new temple was built in 1994 and is more than eight times the size of the original temple and is in the Japanese style and the authenticity of the original temple has been lost. However it is still one of the most visited temples in Hong Kong.
Che Kung Miu Road
Che Kung Miu Temple is a Grade II historic building located in Tai Wai, Shatin. Originally built in the 17th century, it is not open to the public anymore but the new temple was built in 1994 and is more than eight times the size of the original temple and is in the Japanese style and the authenticity of the original temple has been lost. However it is still one of the most visited temples in Hong Kong.
This colourful tree seems to be quite different from most trees from far away. Only when you come closer will you understand why. The tree, located beside the Tin Hau Temple in Lam Tsuen, is covered in bright red paper. Legend says that once, a man who had a slow learning son made a wish to the tree for his son to do better in his studies. After that the son performed a lot better at school. Since then many people come to the tree and write their wishes on bright red paper and throw it as high as they can into the tree for their wishes to come true.
Lam Tsuen Wishing Trees
This colourful tree seems to be quite different from most trees from far away. Only when you come closer will you understand why. The tree, located beside the Tin Hau Temple in Lam Tsuen, is covered in bright red paper. Legend says that once, a man who had a slow learning son made a wish to the tree for his son to do better in his studies. After that the son performed a lot better at school. Since then many people come to the tree and write their wishes on bright red paper and throw it as high as they can into the tree for their wishes to come true.
The compact Man Mo temple was built in 1891 as a place of devotion for Man, the god of literature, and Mo – the god of war. There are other temples under this name throughout China and even one on Hong Kong Island. Huge incense coils hang from the temple's ceiling that burn up to three weeks nonstop, leaving a heady scent and an exotic atmosphere. Devotees burn paper houses, servants, cars and other luxuries for their relatives who have passed away (in the belief that the items can be used by them in the next life.) Many elderly people use the temple grounds as a socializing venue and play mahjong while others while away the afternoon in conversation.
Man Mo Temple Garden
The compact Man Mo temple was built in 1891 as a place of devotion for Man, the god of literature, and Mo – the god of war. There are other temples under this name throughout China and even one on Hong Kong Island. Huge incense coils hang from the temple's ceiling that burn up to three weeks nonstop, leaving a heady scent and an exotic atmosphere. Devotees burn paper houses, servants, cars and other luxuries for their relatives who have passed away (in the belief that the items can be used by them in the next life.) Many elderly people use the temple grounds as a socializing venue and play mahjong while others while away the afternoon in conversation.
Arts & Culture
Hong Kong Heritage Museum is a museum that combines the culture, art and history of Hong Kong. Even the modern history of Hong Kong is less than 100 years old, the mixture of Chinese and Western culture make it a unique place. The museum is located in Taiwan, Shatin. It is government funded and managed by the Leisure and Cultural Service Department and was opened in December 2000.
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Hong Kong Heritage Museum
1 Man Lam Rd
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Hong Kong Heritage Museum is a museum that combines the culture, art and history of Hong Kong. Even the modern history of Hong Kong is less than 100 years old, the mixture of Chinese and Western culture make it a unique place. The museum is located in Taiwan, Shatin. It is government funded and managed by the Leisure and Cultural Service Department and was opened in December 2000.
Parks & Nature
Hong Kong’s Wetland Park is a conservation area attracting visitors interested in discovering a greener side of the city-rich island. There are over 10,000 square meters of wetlands to explore and a 60 hectare reserve park with re-created habitats for wildlife including water fowl. Visitors to the park can spot birds, green turtles, fish, butterflies, mouse deer and a whole range of amphibians, reptiles and mammals.
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Hong Kong Wetland Park
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Hong Kong’s Wetland Park is a conservation area attracting visitors interested in discovering a greener side of the city-rich island. There are over 10,000 square meters of wetlands to explore and a 60 hectare reserve park with re-created habitats for wildlife including water fowl. Visitors to the park can spot birds, green turtles, fish, butterflies, mouse deer and a whole range of amphibians, reptiles and mammals.
Lion Rock Country Park is a country park, located in the New Territories, Hong Kong. It consists of approximately 5.57 square kilometers of land, including Lion Rock and Mong Fu Shek and their surrounding scenic hillsides, of which 3.48 square kilometers is forestry plantations.
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Lion Rock
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Lion Rock Country Park is a country park, located in the New Territories, Hong Kong. It consists of approximately 5.57 square kilometers of land, including Lion Rock and Mong Fu Shek and their surrounding scenic hillsides, of which 3.48 square kilometers is forestry plantations.
Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail To take this trail is to delve back into Chinese history. Visitors should allow at least an hour to walk this two-kilometre path as it is replete with historical buildings and structures, some from the 12th century, others from the 16th century. The walk takes in walled villages, ancestral halls, a study hall and a temple. Many belonged to the Tang Clan, the largest clan in the New Territories.
Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail
Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail To take this trail is to delve back into Chinese history. Visitors should allow at least an hour to walk this two-kilometre path as it is replete with historical buildings and structures, some from the 12th century, others from the 16th century. The walk takes in walled villages, ancestral halls, a study hall and a temple. Many belonged to the Tang Clan, the largest clan in the New Territories.
Some of Hong Kong's most dramatic landscapes lie within Ma On Shan Country Park, established in 1979 on the Sai Kung Peninsula. This park links with Sai Kung Country Park and Lion Rock Country Park. Besides barbecues, the park features the popular - but difficult - Ma On Shan Country Side trail stretching over three kilometres.
Ma On Shan Country Trail
Some of Hong Kong's most dramatic landscapes lie within Ma On Shan Country Park, established in 1979 on the Sai Kung Peninsula. This park links with Sai Kung Country Park and Lion Rock Country Park. Besides barbecues, the park features the popular - but difficult - Ma On Shan Country Side trail stretching over three kilometres.
Food Scene
人均100-200,泰国菜很赞
Fu Kee Restaurant
人均100-200,泰国菜很赞
人均100-200 白灼蝦 金牌燒乳鴿 香麻西檸骨 脆皮燒鵝皇 清蒸大海青斑 點心
Sun Keung Kee Roasted Goose Hot Pot Seafood Restaurant Co Ltd.
人均100-200 白灼蝦 金牌燒乳鴿 香麻西檸骨 脆皮燒鵝皇 清蒸大海青斑 點心
HK$101-200 日本菜 拉麵
Kiya Japanese Dining Bar
53 Tsuen Nam Rd
HK$101-200 日本菜 拉麵
HK$50以下 港式 麵包店
Saint Honore Cake Shop
HK$50以下 港式 麵包店
忌廉芭芙(奶油泡芙)
Choux Creme
忌廉芭芙(奶油泡芙)
豆腐花 豆漿 腐乳
亞婆豆腐花
豆腐花 豆漿 腐乳
HK$101-200 韓國菜
Sister Korea Cafe
2 Chui Tin St
HK$101-200 韓國菜
HK$101-200 泰國菜 粉麵/米線 咖喱炒蟹 金玉樓子生菜包 南瓜咖喱焗海鮮 泰式蝦餅拼墨魚餅 泰式燒魷魚筒飯 椒鹽軟殼蟹
Golden Bangkok Restaurant
HK$101-200 泰國菜 粉麵/米線 咖喱炒蟹 金玉樓子生菜包 南瓜咖喱焗海鮮 泰式蝦餅拼墨魚餅 泰式燒魷魚筒飯 椒鹽軟殼蟹
HK$50以下 港式 甜品/糖水 法式紅酒燴梨 法式脆糖燉蛋 梳乎厘 精選心太軟
心甜
49 Chik Fu St
HK$50以下 港式 甜品/糖水 法式紅酒燴梨 法式脆糖燉蛋 梳乎厘 精選心太軟
HK$101-200 泰國菜 咖喱
香葉泰國菜館
4-16號 Chik Shun St
HK$101-200 泰國菜 咖喱
HK$50以下 川菜 (四川) 粉麵/米線 川味口水雞 水餃 剁椒豆腐魚頭
婆婆家餃子館
18-24 Chik Shun St
HK$50以下 川菜 (四川) 粉麵/米線 川味口水雞 水餃 剁椒豆腐魚頭
Essentials
International Supermarket with a big variation of Chinese and Western products which comes with English translation. The prices are only a little bit higher than the local markets but the product range is bigger.
PARKnSHOP
International Supermarket with a big variation of Chinese and Western products which comes with English translation. The prices are only a little bit higher than the local markets but the product range is bigger.
Shopping
Chinese-style local food market hall with some other smaller household shops. Their level of English is good enough to make business with you. There are (food) market halls which are quite messy in HK – this one is a clean and well structured! You can find some local HK and Chinese specialties here and it's a nice experience to visit this place.
M.C.BOX - 隆亨市集
田心村田心街83 Tin Sam St
Chinese-style local food market hall with some other smaller household shops. Their level of English is good enough to make business with you. There are (food) market halls which are quite messy in HK – this one is a clean and well structured! You can find some local HK and Chinese specialties here and it's a nice experience to visit this place.