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Hong Kong is located on the southern coast of The People's Republic of China.
The former British colony consists of three main areas: The New Territories, The Kowloon Peninsula, and Hong Kong Island.
Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated places on the planet. Its dramatic cityscapes cling to the hillsides and the edges of its spectacular harbor.
Hong Kong is the embodiment of Yin and Yang, the Chinese concept of balance.
It is filled with neighborhoods that resonate with Chinese and colonial tradition, while its soaring skylines look boldly towards the future.
For visitors, Hong Kong offers some of the world's most intense shopping, sightseeing, and dining experiences, yet moments of stillness await at every turn.
Faith is an integral part of local life. Everywhere you go you'll smell the scent of incense wafting from shrines.
Hong Kong has over 600 places of worship, from small neighborhood temples to hilltop complexes, like the Ten Thousand Buddhas' Monastery.
In Hong Kong, shopping is almost a religion too.
From opulent malls to the bustling markets of Temple Street and Ladies Street. Tax-free Hong Kong is heaven for bargain hunters.
At the tip of the Kowloon Peninsula is Tsim Sha Tsui, an area filled with classic neighborhoods.
Take a stroll along the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade which overlooks Victoria Harbor, one of the busiest and most scenic ports in the world.
The promenade is home to some of the territories' premier arts institutions, like the Museum of Art and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre.
From the promenade, hop aboard a historic Star Ferry for the short crossing to Hong Kong Island.
Explore the malls and futuristic architecture of Hong Kong's main business district, Central.
Then take tram to the island's highest mountain, Victoria Peak.
At the Peak Tower, meet some of the giants of history, politics, and popular culture at Madam Tussauds.
Then head up to the observation deck for the best views in Hong Kong.
Looking down upon the skyscrapers and apartment towers, you might wonder how so many people can live in such a tightly packed area,
yet Hong Kong offers plenty of green spaces too. Take a stroll around Lugard Road to experience the Peak's dense woodlands.
While closer to earth, Hong Kong's urban centers feature pockets of peace everywhere.
There's the wide open spaces of Victoria garden, the hillside tranquility of Hong Kong Garden, and the birdsong of the Po Lin Street Bird Garden.
Kowloon's Walled City Park is a gateway into the world of classic Qing Dynasty design, and features statues of the twelve animals of the Chinese Zodiac.
Outside the urban areas, visitors are often surprised to learn that over forty percent of Hong Kong's territory has been designated as national park.
Thanks to Hong Kong's excellent public transport system, quiet beaches, sparsely populated islands, and wild places are never more than a short ride away.
From Hong Kong Island's central business district, take the half hour bus ride to the tranquil beaches of Shek O,
or jump on a ferry to the traffic-free Lamma Island, and spend the day swimming, exploring villages, and hiking its many trails.
Lantau is one of the largest of Hong Kong's 250 islands.
Take the 25-minute cable car ride to the mountain-top village of Ngong Ping.
Here you'll find the Po Lin Monastery, and one of Hong Kong's biggest attractions, the Tian Tan Buddha.
After paying your respects at the Big Buddha, seek a little enlightenment along the Wisdom Path, a trail dedicated to centuries-old Buddhist scripture, the Heart Sutra.
Down on Lantau's western coast, lose yourself in the narrow lane ways of Tai O.
This village has been home to fishing families for generations.
The ramshackle stilt houses are a favorite with photographers, and its dried seafood is highly prized by cooks from all over Hong Kong.
In Hong Kong, no matter how far you roam, you're never more than an hour away from your hotel room.
At the end of the day, let the outdoor escalators on Central carry you up to the midlevel neighborhoods.
Cruise the fashionable bars of Soho, then choose a restaurant in the popular dinning district of Lan Kwai Fong.
Hong Kong is a place of contrasts after dark too. Enjoy the bustle of the night markets, or just sit back, and relax by the cool of the harbor.
That's pure Yin and Yang. That's pure Hong Kong.
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