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  1. Aberdeen is a fishing port on the south side of Hong Kong Island. (Web site)
  2. Aberdeen is a city shaped by its geography, climate and architecture. (Web site)
  3. Aberdeen is a scenic highlight of any trip around Hong Kong Island. (Web site)
  4. Aberdeen is a vibrant waterfront resort featured by traditional life of boat-dwellers and tasty seafood.
  5. Aberdeen is also known as Hong Kong village. (Web site)

Beaches of Hong Kong

  1. Golden Beach is unique amongst the beaches of Hong Kong in that it has a volleyball court.
  2. The Southside beaches of Hong Kong island are easily accessible.
  3. Beaches of Hong Kong Hong Kong has a long coastline which is full of twists and turns with many bays and beaches. (Web site)

Cheung Chau

  1. Cheung Chau is a traditional fishing island with simple temples and unspoilt beaches.
  2. Cheung Chau is a densely populated island with a thriving fishing community, and is home to Hong Kong---s famous Bun Festival.
  3. Cheung Chau is a worthwhile day trip.
  4. Cheung Chau is the most Chinese of all of Hong Kong islands with small traditional shops selling all types of goods. (Web site)


  1. Cyberport is a very big feather in Hong Kong-s cap.
  2. Cyberport is a platform for content creation, management and delivery. (Web site)
  3. Cyberport is a state-of-the-art purpose built campus which provides tenants with a range of hi-tech facilities.
  4. Cyberport is an area for the development of the applied information technology, the invention of softwares plus media creation. (Web site)
  5. The Cyberport is a comprehensive development which will help companies of different sizes and at different stages of development to flourish.

Happy Valley

  1. Happy Valley is a mostly residential suburb of Hong Kong, located in the north of Hong Kong Island.
  2. Happy Valley is a low-lying land where people gather to enjoy the excitement of horse racing or gambling in racecourse.
  3. Happy Valley is a must-do experience if you re in Hong Kong on a Wednesday night.
  4. Happy Valley is a residential area in Hong Kong, if you are looking for more entertainment, it is not the hotel. (Web site)
  5. Happy Valley is a residential district of Hong Kong.

Islands of Hong Kong

  1. Adamasta Rock (------------) is one of the 235 islands of Hong Kong, under the administration of Islands District.
  2. A vast fleet of ferries plies between the many islands of Hong Kong.
  3. Ap Chau Pak Tun Pai (---------------) is one of the 235 islands of Hong Kong, under the administration of North District.

Kwai Chung

  1. Kwai Chung is a new town in the New Territories and the site of the container port of Hong Kong. (Web site)
  2. Kwai Chung is a good place. (Web site)
  3. Kwai Chung is a middle to upper middle class residential district. (Web site)
  4. Kwai Chung is the region on the right. (Web site)
  5. Kwai Chung is the site of the container port .

Ma On Shan

  1. Ma On Shan is a great place to go hiking.
  2. Ma On Shan is a growing new town in the eastern part of the New Territories.
  3. Ma On Shan is a newly developed new town in the New Territories. (Web site)
  4. Ma On Shan is a notoriously treacherous terrain, with rugged hill trails conquerable only by the fit and experienced. (Web site)
  5. Ma On Shan is a small town and much to see and do.

Mong Kok

  1. Mong Kok is a densely populated and crowded area which is better known as 'a sanctuary for triad gangs, illegal gambling dens, and assorted sleaze'.
  2. Mong Kok - The 2 most well-known bicycle shops in Hong Kong are located here and usually have unicycles as well. (Web site)
  3. Mong Kok is a major shopping distinct for the youth market, for people who like electronics and for people who look for bargains. (Web site)
  4. Mong Kok is a retail shopping area of Hong Kong that caters to every fascination.
  5. Mong Kok is an MTR station located in the central area of Mong Kok, Kowloon. (Web site)

Mui Wo

  1. Mui Wo is a a million light years in spirit and pressure from the Hong Kong Central District.
  2. Mui Wo is a brief Wikipedia entry. (Web site)
  3. Mui Wo is a lovely little village with enough restaurants etc to keep you entertained in the evening.
  4. Mui Wo is a nice little town and the beach in front of the hotel is very clean.
  5. Mui Wo is a quaint village with several local style casual restaurants, a ’cooked food market’ and a few basic tourist style shops.


  1. The park was built with donations from the Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club (now Hong Kong Jockey Club) and opened on 10th January,1977. (Web site)
  2. The Park is a very popular picnic and barbecue resort area.At 958 metres, Tai Mo Shan is a formidable challenge for mountaineers. (Web site)
  3. The Park was opened on 24th August, 1988. (Web site)
  4. The park is a haven for birds including the massive Wedge-tailed eagle, lizards, snakes and 24 known mammals such as dingoes (native dogs) and red kangaroos. (Web site)
  5. The park is a joint venture between The Walt Disney Co.


  1. The Peak is one of the attractive tourist destinations in Hong Kong.
  2. Peak is a posh locality where the affluent live. (Web site)
  3. The Peak is a great place for walks, with its forests of bamboo and fern, lilliputian Chinese pines, hibiscus, and vines of phenomenal beauty. (Web site)
  4. The Peak is a weekly newspaper with a press run of 10,000 copies and is distributed throughout the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. (Web site)
  5. The Peak is also a famous place for recreation and sightseeing. (Web site)

Repulse Bay

  1. Repulse Bay is a beach with an easy access and one of the most typical beach of Hong-Kong's south coast.
  2. Repulse Bay - a summer resort.
  3. Repulse Bay is a beautiful beach suitable for swimming and is VERY crowded in summer.
  4. Repulse Bay is a great place for a walk along a beautiful beach and to look in on the lifestyles of the rich and trendy.
  5. Repulse Bay is a large urban beach on the south side of Hong Kong island. (Web site)

Sham Shui Po

  1. Sham Shui Po is a great place to pick up trendy fashions.
  2. Sham Shui Po is a living testimony of the Hong Kong story. (Web site)
  3. Sham Shui Po is a colourful Kowloon community, home to some of Hong Kong's original public housing estates such as the ones you'll see in Shek Kip Mei.
  4. Sham Shui Po is a community of legends. (Web site)
  5. Sham Shui Po is also a commercial hub with many factory outlets selling discount clothes.

Sha Tin

  1. Sha Tin is a growing new town renowned for the second largest racecourse in Hong Kong and many shopping malls.
  2. Sha Tin is a part of the New Territories. (Web site)
  3. Sha Tin is a well developed new town comprising mainly residential areas.
  4. Sha Tin is also a paradise for gourmets. (Web site)
  5. Sha Tin is the birthplace of singer William Hung.


  1. The Temple was built by the Tsat Yeuk villagers and was once used as the office of the Tsat Yeuk Rural Committee.
  2. The Temple was built by the Tsat Yeuk villagers and was once used by market administrators and for housing overnight guests. (Web site)
  3. The Temple was used as the office of the Tsat Yeuk Rural Committee until 1954, when the new rural committee office was completed.
  4. The temple is a Grade I historic building.
  5. The temple is a peaceful oasis that is sure to provide never-to-be-forgotten memories.

Villages In Hong Kong

  1. Like many other fishing villages in Hong Kong, the Tsing Yi dwellers worshipped Tin Hau, the goddess of mercy and the sea.
  2. The following is a list of villages in Hong Kong. (Web site)
  3. Other walled villages in Hong Kong include: Sam Tung Uk, a former Hakka walled village, which has been converted into the Sam Tung Uk Museum.

Tung Chung

  1. Tung Chung is a growing township situated on the north-western coast of Lantau Island in Hong Kong , China .
  2. Tung Chung is a mere 12 minutes from Tsing Yi and Kwai Tsing , where a much wider variety of shopping options are available.
  3. Tung Chung is a mere 23 minutes away from Hong Kong's Central Business District on the Tung Chung Line of the MTR metro system. (Web site)
  4. Tung Chung is a new and vibrant commerce and tourism hub with immediate access to Hong Kong’s most comprehensive transport system. (Web site)
  5. Tung Chung is a new and vibrant commerce and tourism hub with immediate access to Hong Kong’s most comprehensive transport system.

Wan Chai

  1. Wan Chai is a prominent location in the video game Deus Ex .
  2. Wan Chai is a colorful combination of office plazas, arts centre, and excellent ethnic restaurants.
  3. Wan Chai is a major foreign and Chinese cultural hub in Hong Kong.
  4. Wan Chai is a metropolitan area situated at the western part of the Wan Chai District in northern Hong Kong Island, in Hong Kong, China. (Web site)
  5. Wan Chai is a prosperous neighborhood and home to the Convention & Exhibition Center.

Wong Tai Sin

  1. Wong Tai Sin is a traditional Chinese temple with latticework, coloured carvings and golden roof.
  2. Wong Tai Sin is a Taoist deity who is most revered in Hong Kong.
  3. Wong Tai Sin is a community of grassroots. (Web site)
  4. Wong Tai Sin is a temple complex seemingly dumped into a suburb. (Web site)
  5. Wong Tai Sin is a traditionnal chinese temple situated in Kowloon.

Yuen Long

  1. Yuen Long is a football team which is now an associate member of HKFA which does not participate in any division of the existing league.
  2. Yuen Long is a place for eating special and delicious food.
  3. Yuen Long is also the site of Hong Kong's most spectacular celebration during the Tin Hau Festival, which takes place each spring. (Web site)
  4. Yuen Long is a developing place.

A Kung Ngam

  1. The main article for this category is A Kung Ngam.
  2. A Kung Ngam (阿公岩) is a village, part of Shau Kei Wan, in Eastern district, in the north of Hong Kong Island.
  3. A Kung Ngam Shipyards It was a port for export of stone materials in the mid 18th century.

Admiralty Hong Kong

  1. Admiralty Hong Kong is a tiny place with 6.8 million people officially. (Web site)
  2. Yahoo! Travel: Admiralty Hong Kong - Great deals on travel goods and services.
  3. Find admiralty hong kong Experts and admiralty hong kong Expert Witnesses at (Web site)

Ap Lei Chau

  1. Ap Lei Chau is a mostly residential island just off the coast of Aberdeen.
  2. Ap Lei Chau is the most densely populated island in the world.
  3. Ap Lei Chau was named after the shape of the island which looks like the tongue of a duck, Ap means duck, Lei means tongue, Chau means island .
  4. Ap Lei Chau was named after the shape of the island, which looks like the tongue of a duck.


  1. The beach was a gathering place for many Tanka fishermen before its development.
  2. The beach was extended artificially, and thus the sand closer to the shore is coarser than that further away. (Web site)
  3. The beach was littered with garbage.
  4. The beach was quite empty during the day, bar some locals.


  1. The bridge is a major component of the $17 billion Route 9 that runs from Tsing Yi to Cheung Sha Wan and connects the island of Tsing Yi and Kowloon. (Web site)
  2. The bridge is one of a multitude of infrastructure projects for the new Chep Lap Kok airport, located on Lantau Island some 30 km from Hong Kong island.
  3. The bridge is part of the US$1.67 billion Route 8 highway, which also includes the Lai Chi Kok Viaduct and the West Tsing Yi Viaduct.
  4. The bridge was designed by Mott MacDonald. (Web site)
  5. The bridge was named after two of the islands in Hong Kong, namely Tsing Yi and Ma Wan . (Web site)


  1. Cars are frequently parked on roadsides, particularly in areas adjacent to the existing villages.
  2. Cars are not used for private use on the Island.
  3. Cars are subjected to a first-time registration tax, which varies from 35% to over 100%, based on the size and value of the car.
  4. The cars are subjected to a first-time registration tax, which is well over 100%.
  5. The cars are subjected to a first-time registration tax, which varies from 35% to over 100%, based on the size and value of the car.

Causeway Bay

  1. Causeway Bay - The guy running the small bike shop here imports Miyatas and has other brands too. (Web site)
  2. Causeway Bay is a good example, named after the causeway that was built across the silted bay in the 1840's.
  3. Causeway Bay is a good place to stay.
  4. Causeway Bay is a major shopping area of Hong Kong --- so lots of shops but I couldn---t find the restaurants. (Web site)
  5. Causeway Bay is a place full of pleasant surprises. (Web site)

Chai Wan

  1. Chai Wan is a township ( thesaban tambon) which covers parts of tambon Chai Wan.
  2. Chai Wan is a valley close to Lei Yue Mun harbour and is surrounded by mountains on 3 sides.
  3. Chai Wan is a well kept secret.
  4. Chai Wan was a then densely wooded part of Hong Kong.
  5. Chai Wan was called Sai Wan on many old maps. (Web site)

Cheung Sha Wan

  1. Cheung Sha Wan was a manufacturing centre after the war, with a number of light industries, especially textile and clothing. (Web site)


  1. The church was formed in 3rd July, 1982 for the community of Tsing Yi Island. (Web site)
  2. The church was founded in 1862 and located at No.2 Bonham Road. (Web site)

Clear Water Bay

  1. Clear Water Bay is a good place for gliders too when it is East wind, but most of the time it was occupied by a lot of EPP fun fly planes. (Web site)

Clearwater Bay

  1. Clearwater Bay are out in the New Territories - the area where one third of Hong Kong residents live.
  2. Clearwater Bay is a little quieter and a little more upmarket.

Clock Tower

  1. The Clock Tower is an icon to the Age of Steam.
  2. The Clock Tower is the only part of the old station in Tsim Sha Tsui remains at its own site. (Web site)
  3. The clock tower was completed and came into operation in 1921 as a part of the Kowloon-Canton Railway (KCR) Terminus. (Web site)
  4. The clock tower was donated by Sir Paul Chater. (Web site)
  5. The clock tower was donated by Sir Paul Chater.[1] The central Great Hall of Main Building is named after the wealthy businessman Lok Yew.

Diamond Hill

  1. Diamond Hill is a gated golf community.
  2. Diamond Hill is a satisfying effort from one of the best songwriters to ever come out of Texas.

East Rail

  1. The East Rail is one of the three lines of the KCRC network in Hong Kong. (Web site)
  2. The East Rail was extended from Hung Hom to East Tsim Sha Tsui in late 2004, which is connected to the MTR station with an extensive tunnel network.


  1. The farm was later became Dairy Farm.
  2. The farm was opened by the Kadoorie brothers in 1951.

Fo Tan

  1. In addition to the residential areas, there are four industrial areas for light industries: Tai Wai, Fo Tan, Siu Lek Yuen and Shek Mun.
  2. The cooked food stalls in Wo Che Estate and Fo Tan are hotspots for food.
  3. It is linked with Sha Tin and University stations, and is a parallel station with Fo Tan. (Web site)


  1. The Garden was constructed by the government to accommodate some of the booths.
  2. The garden was developed in the 1970s on land left by the Hong Kong Cricket Club which moved to Wong Nai Chung Gap Road. (Web site)
  3. The garden was developed in the 1970s, taking up space left by the Hong Kong Cricket Club who moved to Wong Nai Chung Gap.

Glacier Peak

  1. Glacier Peak is a dacitic-andesitic stratovolcano with summit and flank lava domes; it resembles Mount St. Helens in its explosive vigor. (Web site)
  2. Glacier Peak is a volcanic cone of basalt, pumice, and ash (built on existing mountain ridges) which erupted during periods of heavy glaciation. (Web site)

Hang Hau

  1. Hang Hau is a residential area in Hong Kong. (Web site)

Ho Man Tin

  1. Ho Man Tin is an upmarket residential neighbourhood in central Kowloon.

Ho Tung Lau

  1. The bell inside the Clock Tower is currently in the railway depot in Ho Tung Lau.
  2. Maps mid-1960s onward shifted Ho Tung Lau southwest-ward in the same place of Lok Lo Ha.
  3. The KCRC had signed a contract with giant French manufacturer GEC-Alstom to be in charge of the refurbishment taking place at its depot at Ho Tung Lau.

Hoi Ha

  1. Hoi Ha is a deeply incised river valley, and within the bay, the water depth does not exceed 20 metres.
  2. Hoi Ha is an inner bay with good water quality and well-grown coral communities. (Web site)

Hong Kong Central

  1. Hospital can be found in Mid-levels, namely the Hong Kong Central Hospital. (Web site)
  2. We took the airport express to Hong Kong Central and then MTR to causeway Bay.
  3. Multimedia Information System is an example of all-embracing use of information technology and computer application in the Hong Kong Central Library.

Hong Kong Jordan

  1. However, the Hong Kong Jordan Suppliers can provide you with great quality at a very nominal price.
  2. Hong Kong Jordan Suppliers Author: ebook2k6 ebook2k6 Everyone knows how popular the Michael Jordan shoes are.
  3. See also List of buildings, sites and areas in Hong Kong Jordan (MTR) Missing image HK-bauhinia.png This Hong Kong location article is a stub.

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