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Enliven your senses with a trip to the booming metropolis of Hong Kong. Once a sleepy fishing village, it is now a gateway between East and West, where ancient traditions exist in an ultramodern city. Here, visitors can marvel at the dazzling views afforded from Victoria Peak, sample some of Asia’s finest cuisine and visit the open-air Stanley Market.
Repulse Bay
This crescent-shaped stretch of sand is one of the most beautiful beaches in Hong Kong. Once the former site of Hong Kong’s famous Repulse Bay Hotel (1920-1982), it is now an upscale residential community with a relaxed, resort-like atmosphere. The wide, wave-lapped beach is popular with both locals and visitors alike.
Lantau Island
This island is twice as big as Hong Kong and is a nice escape from the big city. Come to go hiking and fishing, or visit Hong Kong Disneyland.
Victoria Peak
Victoria Peak, one of Hong Kong’s most famous scenic spots, offers breathtaking views of Hong Kong’s skyline, Kowloon, and Victoria Harbour. The Peak, as locals call it, is located on a mountaintop and is reachable by the Peak Tram.
Stanley Market
A popular market town on the sunny south side of Hong Kong Island, Stanley's relaxed ambience, crisp sea environment, and bargain buys make it a hotspot for tourists and locals alike. Seven days a week, the open market around Stanley New Street and Stanley Market Road throbs with the passing parade of life, as bargain-hunters from around the world join in the fun of haggling with shopkeepers.
Nathan Road
One can find many shops selling electronics and gadgest at this popular tourist shopping street.
Macau is a popular excursion from Hong Kong

Offering good food, old-world charm and a multi-casino gambling industry that already outstrips Las Vegas. The former Portuguese enclave, which consists of a mainland peninsula and two offshore islands, was reverted to Chinese sovereignty in December 1999 after 400 years of colonial administration. Like Hong Kong, Macau is a diverse city where Eastern and Western cultures co-exist harmoniously.