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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 senior travelers?

Ngong-Ping-Big-Buddha-close-up

Best Hong Kong attraction for senior travelers is Big Buddha Apart from enjoying the cityscape, a lot of senior travelers want to have a light walk at the restful countryside and see the good view at their travel destinations. For senior travelers’ Hong Kong trip, the best sightseeing point is the Big Buddha at Ngong…

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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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Differences between the four animals on Dragon and Lion Dance Special Stamps

Stamps for lion dance, pixiu dance, unicorn dance and dragon dance

Differences between dragon, lion, unicorn & pixiu The special stamps for “Intangible Cultural Heritage – Dragon & Lion Dance” of Hong Kong Post show four Chinese mascots, lion, dragon, unicorn and pixiu.   As they look so much alike, a lot of Western visitors cannot tell them apart. Frank the tour guide is going to show…

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