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Kowloon, Hong Kong China
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Tsim Sha TsuiMass Transit Railway (MTR)2 min
East Tsim Sha TsuiMass Transit Railway (MTR)6 min
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Hong Kong Island Half-Day Tour including Peak Tram
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Once a British colonial outpost, the world-class city of Hong Kong is now one of Asia’s most popular destinations. Tick off the city’s top attractions in half a day on this convenient and comprehensive sightseeing tour, which includes stops at Victoria Peak, Stanley Market and the traditional fishing village of Aberdeen.
HK$307.00 per adult
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Tsim Sha Tsui (TST) is located at the southern end of the Kowloon Peninsula running up against Victoria Harbour. This is a major tourist hub and during normal times, one of the busiest locations in the city. You will find numerous shops, malls and restaurants as well as popular
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This is the main hub for Kowloon. Home to all the pricey hotels and shopping can be found. Home of the Peninsula, Sheraton, InterContinential and the Shangra-la hotels, you can find many ways to spend money. Higher end department stores like Sogo can also be found. As for
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If you don't wantr the expense of staying on a central location - then try heading to TST station on the MTR. Enjoy, Fr. Bruce+
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This is a must area and one of the most popular areas to visit in the city. The main avenue is like the one in any other cities in the world with loads of high-rises. But if you go into the narrow streets, you can find real Hong Kong style shops and places to eat with older
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I didn't mind staying in this area for 7 nights. It is easy to get around Hong Kong from here. Many good places to eat and shopping. Only complaint is the Indians trying to sell watches and drugs non stop to me!
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