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Hong Kong 

Hong Kong is a place with multiple personalities, as a result of being both Cantonese Chinese and under a more recent contemporary ex-British influence.
Hong Kong Hotels
Search for hotels in Hong Kong (10 km northwest) and Shenzhen (27 km northwest).
Kowloon Loading photos…
Kowloon is an urban peninsula on the mainland part of Hong Kong, to the north of Hong Kong Island, where the central business district is.
Central Hong Kong Loading photos…
Central is a district of Hong Kong Island. It is the political, administrative and financial hub and home to some fantastic skyscrapers and Victoria Peak.
Eastern District Loading photos…
The Eastern district in Hong Kong Island is not as full of attractions as neighbourning Central, although Wan Chai is known for its nightlife and Causeway Bay for an unforgettable shopping experience.
New Territories Loading photos…
The New Territories of Hong Kong were leased by China to the British in 1898. Often ignored by travellers who have little time to spare, offer a diverse landscape that takes time to get to know.
Lantau Loading photos…
Lantau is the largest island in Hong Kong and despite having both the airport and Disneyland it offers quiet mountains and villages that seem a world away from the busy pace of life in Kowloon.
Outlying Islands Loading photos…
Hong Kong's Outlying Islands are a generic label for the other 234 islands, islets and rocks in the territory.
Southern District Loading photos…
The Southern District is the southern part of Hong Kong island. The Southern side of Hong Kong Island was for many years on the wrong side of the hills.
Hong Kong International Airport Loading photos…
Hong Kong International Airport, also known as Chek Lap Kok 赤鱲角, is part of Lantau in the west of Hong Kong.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust
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