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Hong Kong is a place with various character, as a mixture of both Cantonese Chinese and contemporary ex-British influence. Hong Kong Island is the island that gives the territory Hong Kong its name. Although not the biggest area of the territory, it's the place that lots of vacationers regard because its primary focus. Almost all of Hong Kong Island's urban development is densely packed on reclaimed land across the northern shoreline. This is actually where British colonisers took as their own and so if you're searching for proof of the territory's colonial past, then this is an excellent starting point.

Hong Kong can push you away of your ease and comfort zone but normally rewards you for it, so try the sample the shredded jellyfish, stinky beancurd, brave the hordes at the city centre horseracing and join in the dawn tai chi. Get away the city limits and other experiences await - observing the sun rise from a distant mountain peak, trekking surf-beaten beaches or discovering deserted islands.

This city is a shopping heaven, where visitors can purchase precisely what they desire at a competing price. Simply being a duty-free port, the majority of imported goods are not subject to taxes, as a result the goods in Hong Kong are generally less expensive than in other towns of the world. Furthermore, guests can get a discount up to 40-50% on periodic sales and offers. You can purchase almost everything - from inexpensive clothing to state-of-the-art digital merchandise.

The southern part of the island has established into an high-end housing area with many expensive houses and apartments with views across the South China Sea. The island's renowned beaches, such as Repulse Bay, tend to be discovered here and guests can delight in a more relaxed pace of life than on the busy harbour side of the island. Causeway Bay and Wan Chai are the most traveled to neighbourhoods on the northern part of the island.

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