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East meets West in Hong Kong. British colonial history from 1842 to 1997 endows old Hong Kong with exotic ambiance. A leading international metropolis with mixed culture demonstrates an overall look of both fashion and tradition.
Victoria Harbor is a natural harbor situated between Hong Kong and Kowloon Island. It is not only an important port, but also a unique place which has witnessed the history of Hong Kong.read more
Located at the northwestern corner of the Stanley Peninsula, Stanley Market refers to an open-air street market in Stanley, also known as Chek Chue in Cantonese, on Hong Kong Island.read more
Located at the mouth of the Pearl River, Lantau Island owns a land mass of 147.16 square kilometers. It is the biggest island in Hong Kong, almost twice the size of Hong Kong Island.read more
Located in Lantau Island, Po Lin Monastery is renowned for its grand construction scale and unparalleled natural scenery. It is hailed as the top Buddhist monastery in Hong Kong.read more
Repulse Bay is a spectacular bay located at the southern most part of Hong Kong Island. Neighboring Victoria peak, the crescent bay is renowned as “Oriental Hawaii”.read more
Aberdeen Floating Village, situated at the Aberdeen Harbor of Southern District in Hong Kong, refers to the boat-living people and the culture within the area.read more
Beef Brisket Soup or Sirloin Soup (Chinese: 清汤牛腩) is a typical dish of Cantonese cuisine and recognized as a civilian dainty dish.
Cart noodle (Chinese: 车仔面) is a kind of cheap street food which gained its popularity in 1950s after a great tide of emigration from mainland China.
Hong Kong “Silk stocking”milk tea (Chinese: 丝袜奶茶) is actually referred to as Hong Kong-style milk tea by the outsiders.
Wonton noodles (Chinese: 云吞面) is a traditional snack of the Han people and one of the most popular dishes of Cantonese cuisine.