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What are the five interesting temples in Hong Kong?

The interesting temples of Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s five interesting temples Although you are not the Buddhists or Taoists, travelers can still visit the five interesting temples in Hong Kong.   Travelers can see the history, architecture, local culture and stories in the temples. Apart from TIY (tour it yourself) the temples, you can visit the temples easily in the easy…

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What is the best Hong Kong sightseeing point for overseas Chinese?

Best Hong Kong attraction for overseas Chinese is Chi Lin Nunnery

Best Hong Kong attraction for overseas Chinese is Chi Lin Nunnery Most senior overseas Chinese want to visit more Chinese cultural attractions during their China trip. In Hong Kong, the best sightseeing point for overseas Chinese is Chi Lin Nunnery. Chi Lin Nunnery is a tranquil, smokeless and environmental-friendly Buddhist temple in East Kowloon.  …

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What is the best Hong Kong sightseeing point for solo travelers?

Archway inside Wong Tai Sin Temple

Best Hong Kong attraction for solo travelers is Wong Tai Sin Temple Solo travelers want to experience your destinations’ local culture freely and easily. For solo travelers’ Hong Kong trip, Wong Tai Sin Temple is the best sightseeing point.   Solo travelers can experience the local Taoist belief closely in this famous, crowded and smoky…

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What is the best Hong Kong sightseeing point for honeymooners?

The best Hong Kong sightseeing point for honeymooners is Repulse Bay.

Best Hong Kong attraction for honeymooners is Repulse Bay Honeymooners should find the romantic, beautiful and funny sightseeing points for their relaxing honeymoon trips.   Repulse Bay on Hong Kong Island should be the best sightseeing point for honeymooners’ Hong Kong trip.   During the romantic walk on the Repulse Bay Beach, honeymooners can enjoy…

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What is the best Hong Kong sightseeing point for your parents?

For your parents' Hong Kong trip, you should recommend Nan Lian Garden to them.

Best Hong Kong attraction for your parents is Nan Lian Garden When the caring grown-up children plan their parents’ trips, they want to find the easy, interesting and tranquil sightseeing points for their parents.   This can suit the needs and likes of the seniors. For your parents’ Hong Kong trip, Nan Lian Garden in…

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What are the Chinese cultural sightseeing points in Hong Kong?

Hong Kong Chinese cultural attractions are (top left to right) Nan Lian Garden, Sam Tung Uk Museum, (bottom left to right) Big Buddha and Repulse Bay.

Hong Kong’s Chinese cultural attractions Although Hong Kong was the British colony until 1997, Hong Kong, which is always a part of China, still has a lot of Chinese cultural sightseeing points. So Hong Kong is a good place for Western travelers to see Chinese culture and prepare for their advanced cultural trip in the…

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What is the best Hong Kong sightseeing point for couples?

The best Hong Kong sightseeing point for couples is Repulse Bay.

The best Hong Kong sightseeing point for couples is Repulse Bay The best sightseeing point for couples should be interesting, quiet and romantic.   So the most suitable Hong Kong attraction for couples is Repulse Bay. Couples can have a romantic walk on the beautiful Repulse Bay Beach to go to the outdoor Museum of…

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Easy Hong Kong private tour helps elderly overseas Chinese to realize their desire

A lot of grandpas and grandmas, who are overseas Chinese, want their grandkids to learn Chinese culture in a China trip.

Old overseas Chinese fulfill their desire in Hong Kong private tour Most senior overseas Chinese, Chinese Americans, British Chinese etc., hope they can tell their grown-up children and grandchildren their Chinese origins. However, the young and the kids may be lukewarm about the Chinese culture after eating a lot of hamburgers and fish and chips…

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Let’s see what Dragon Boat Festival is through the interesting sand painting

Post at Facebook for Dragon Boat Festival video

Interesting sand painting shows you the facts about Dragon Boat Festival Today is Chinese Dragon Boat Festival. To keep the good result of the fight against Covid-19 pandemic, most dragon boat races in Hong Kong are cancelled or postponed to avoid public gathering. You can still see the fun facts about this interesting festival through…

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Foreign expats can ask a “made in Hong Kong” private tour guide about Hong Kong’s National Security Law and pandemic management

Made in Hong Kong private guide is willing to answer expats' questions about Hong Kong

“Made in Hong Kong” private guide is willing to allay expats’ concerns about Hong Kong A recent survey shows 42% of expats want to leave Hong Kong because of the Covid-19 pandemic management and National Security Law.   If foreign expats ask “made in Hong Kong” Frank the tour guide about the two issues, Frank…

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