Don’t miss the details of Po Lin Monastery

Po Lin Monastery Main Hall

Travelers should not miss Po Lin Monastery’s details When travelers talk about Lantau Island, they mostly mention the Big Buddha and the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car ride. Actually Po Lin Monastery is more important than the Giant Buddha and Ngong Ping Cable Car because this historic temple is the builder of the Big Buddha….

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Tour it yourself (TIY) the reopened HSBC lion statues and private tour for other great statues in Hong Kong

Frank the tour guide takes selfie with Stephen.

TIY the Reopened HSBC Lion Statues and have private tour for other Hong Kong great statues  The two lion statues of Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) just reopen on 22 October 2020 after finishing the first phrase of maintenance. The British-owned “the World’s local bank” finds a local fund shui master to host the…

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Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble allows Singaporeans to enjoy Singapore-style Stir-fried rice noodle and private tour in Hong Kong

Singapore-style fried rice noodle collage

Enjoy Singapore-style stir-fried rice noodle & private tour in Hong Kong when travel bubble is ready Hong Kong announced that it will set up the travel bubble with Singapore. This is the first step for the recovery of tourism in the two international aviation hubs after the Covid-19 pandemic. This is the good news for…

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Frank the tour guide shows you the reopened Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car and more

Frank the tour guide takes Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car after its reopening

Frank the tour guide takes the reopened Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car to show Big Buddha & scenery Frank the tour guide shows you the reopened Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car and more… Frank’s Lantau private car tour is always waiting for you in Hong Kong  Frank hopes the world can recover soon after the pandemic….

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Big Buddha blesses everyone by “WAVING HELLO”?

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Big Buddha’s waving right hand is actually a blessing   Lantau Island’s Big Buddha always waves his right hand to “say hello” to the travelers. Actually Big Buddha’s waving right hand has a deep meaning. It is Buddha’s blessing to the world. The blessing is important amid the global Covid-19 outbreak. Big Buddha’s right hand…

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