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The Best Cultural Activities in Hong Kong

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Cultural Activities in Hong Kong

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Through exhibits of natural history, archeology, ethnology, and local history, Hong Kong Museum of History presents the historical and cultur
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Lantau island , Hong Kong
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The largest of Hong Kong's islands, Lantau island offers up no shortage of tourist attractions, from sandy beaches to Buddhist architecture.
Tours from $21
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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 $2
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Duration: 3h 30min
Meander through the Central and Sheung Wan neighborhoods of Hong Kong’s business district on a fantastic food-tasting adventure! This culinary walking tour takes you off the beaten path to six hidden gems, where you’ll savor delicious dim sum, noodle dishes, drinks and dessert. As you explore back alleys and stroll through an open market, admire the colonial architecture and learn about Hong Kong’s historical figures from your entertaining guide. Numbers are limited to 12 people, ensuring an intimate experience with a small group of like-minded food lovers.
Book on Viator from $108
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Retrace Macau's Christian heritage at Ruins of St. Paul's, one of the region's landmark attractions. Built by the Portuguese in the 17th cent
Tours from $37
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Discover a hidden oasis filled with masterful artworks at Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery (Man Fat Sze). While not technically a monastery, th
Tours from $2

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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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