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"Hong Kong Travel Pass Combo: MTR Pass
"Hong Kong Travel Pass Combo: MTR Pass Ngong Ping Cable Car and Big Buddha Tour""After picking up your MTR pass and additional tickets at the Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier you’re ready to begin your Hong Kong sightseeing!MTR Pass:Hong Kong is at your fingertips with your pass for one day of unlimited use on the MTR (Mass Transit Railway). With three different transportation options – trains a light rail system and feeder buses – you can easily reach the Hong Kong attractions that most interest you. The fast and easy-to-use MTR covers Hong Kong’s major districts including stops at the boundary with mainland China. Across 10 different rail lines you can see it all – perhaps head to Disneyland on the Disneyland Resort Line
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"Hong Kong Super Saver: Hong Kong Island Tour
"Hong Kong Island Sightseeing TourBegin your comprehensive tour of Hong Kong Island aboard the Victoria Peak tram an eight-minute funicular railway ride that takes you to the summit for a spectacular vista including Kowloon and surrounding islands. Next your guide will take you past lovely Repulse Bay on the way to Aberdeen Hong Kong's floating village where a junk-dwelling community of fishermen still thrives. For a close-up view you can board a sampan
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Private Hong Kong Layover Tour: City Sightseeing with Round-Trip Airport Transport
"After pickup from the Hong Kong airport by private vehicle your five-hour layover tour begins with a ride on the Victoria Peak tram for spectacular views of Hong Kong Island and its skyscrapers. Take an eight-minute funicular railway ride to the summit where your personal guide will point out Kowloon and the surrounding islands of Victoria Harbour.Next pass beautiful Repulse Bay en route to your next destination the famous fishing village of Aberdeen. Marvel at Hong Kong's floating community on Aberdeen Harbour and learn about this thriving village where fishermen and their families still reside aboard traditional junk boats. You'll have the option to board a When you’ve had your fill of bargain shopping
From HKD1,567.00

Eating and Drinking Tips (32)

Chinese Meal

1. Avoid turning the fish over during the meal - This is a cultural superstition and turning the fish symbolizes capsizing the boat, which brings calamity and bad luck to family life and business. 2....
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gloopgloop
Sep 04, 2006

TEA DRINKING

Tea drinking is a serious business in both Hong Kong and the Chinese culture. A Tang Dynasty scholar who devised the first definitive treatise on tea making had initiated this tradition, which began...
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Amelei
Dec 30, 2004

The Magic Chopsticks...

Chinese usually use chopsticks when eating. Most of the time, a pair chopsticks instead of a knife will be provided... so be prepared to take the challenge!!!Don't be frustrated if you can't handle...
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backpackerbaby
Nov 07, 2003

Custom on eating in a resturant

As far as I've observed, most resturants would offer a cuppa tea (brown in colour) first to customers. Don't not drink this as this is meant for washing/rinsing the cultery sets prior eating.It's a...
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FOotFetish
Apr 08, 2005

Eating

1. I was eating with my cousins (all Chinese) one evening and admitted that I knew little about Chinese culture, eating habits and manners. I was told:"It's almost impossible to be rude among the...
NoFuture
Aug 12, 2004

Yum Cha (Drink Tea)

Yum cha literally means drink tea. This is a unique custom for the Cantonese ppl. For most people who are not serious tea lovers, it really is a family (or friends) gathering in a restaurant, not only...
mim95
Apr 21, 2005

Eating Mooncake

Mooncake is the food that most represents Mid-Autumn festival. It's a festival that falls on the 15th day of the 8th month in the lunar calendar. The moon is said to be the brightest and fullest in...
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Lemonita
Sep 13, 2003

The Bill Please!

The way to check the bill in a Hong Kong restaurant............Wave your arm to a waiter, point your index finger downwards to the table, draw a few circles with your finger and wait.If the waiter...
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tangymp
Dec 18, 2003

Local Street Food

Im used to seeing different kinds of street foods. In Hong Kong, it means grilled or fried squid, century egg, smelly tofu, some dimsums and lot to choose from. A quick fix (not to mention cheap)...
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Lensky
Sep 13, 2008

Spotless MTR

With such a huge population it is no surprise that polluted Hong Kong in parts can be a bit dirty and/or smelly. However no-one ever eats or drinks on the MTR. The station concourses and trains are so...
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swissfondue
Jan 24, 2013

Dim Sum......

DIm sum is a part of everyday life in Hong Kong, and an opportunity not to be missed. Ask someone to recommend a restaurant and they'll willingly oblige. We went to the Cultural Centre on the Kowloon...
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AbbyL
May 15, 2004

how to toast

I didn't know but the local people toast with soup bowls. Of course they have pint glasses or beer tumblers, either. But I heard when they have a personal guest, they prepare with soup bowls to toast...
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stonefree
Oct 11, 2004
 
 
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Kowloon

Hey Relax 3D Gallery is an interesting photo taking venue. Located at a few foot steps away from Kwun Tong MTR station, it provides a 3D Painting Photo Taking Area, 3 Selfies Rooms with props, it's...
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Mong Kok District

Mongkok, an area where the streets are crowded with people day and night It was hard walking as people filled and overflowed the crammed side walks, this wasn't for us, it may not be for you,...
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Tsim Sha Tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui, or TST, is a neighborhood in Kowloon that is famous for its diverse and multinational restaurants and shopping. Near the water you will find high-end fashion, while the area around...
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Space Museum

I've never really been a fan of space museums but a particularly wet day in Hong Kong with the kids forced us to look for indoor attractions. I must have walked past the egg shaped building a hundred...
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Flower Market Road

Where to find the flowers? Flower Market road in Mong Kok of course! The flower shops on Flower Market Road were originally wholesale traders, then they became retail, so if your expecting a...
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Bird Garden

Located in Yuen Po Street, Prince Edward, Kowloon, is where we found the Bird Garden. Set in quite a nice area with trees and other greenery is where we found stalls selling both modern and...
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