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The Best Monuments and Statues in Hong Kong

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Monuments in Hong Kong

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Both a pilgrimage site and a popular tourist attraction, Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha) ranks among the city's top must-sees. The massive 34 m
Tours from $17
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The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) is one of the two major convention and exhibition venues in Hong Kong, along with Asia
Tours from $15
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Follow the line of sight of Statue of Fisher Girl, and you'll understand where the focus of this charming city lies: on its coastline, the na
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Duration: 8 hours
Discover a different side of Hong Kong away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Embark on a journey to the biggest island of Hong Kong - Lantau Island. On this full day Big Buddha tour with a professional guide, you’ll discover pristine beaches, traditional fishing villages, lush valleys, soaring mountains and spiritual enlightenment. Ride a cable car from Tung Chung with spectacular views of Lantau Island, Ngong Ping Plateau and the South China Sea. Your Lantau Island tour includes round-trip hotel transport, one-way ferry and lunch.Highlights:• Full-day tour of Lantau Island in Hong Kong• Ride an express ferry across Hong Kong Harbour to Lantau Island • Visit Po Lin Monastery and the Giant Buddha • Tai O fishing village and its traditional houses on stilts • Take a 25-minute sky rail cable car from Ngong Ping Village to Tung Chung town • Enjoy a vegetarian lunch at the monastery • Round-trip hotel transport from Hong Kong Island and Kowloon included
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Where to stay in Hong Kong

Head to Tsim Sha Tsui for the main tourist section of Hong Kong, where it's easy to find reasonably priced accommodations to suit your particular requirements, with more expensive hotels closer to the water and side streets offering budget hostels. You can also consider Hong Kong Island, which offers easy links to the mainland via its ferry and train lines. Chain hotels sit in the northern section of the island, where luxury and budget options remain available.
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