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  • 1

    Victoria Peak

    184 reviews

    I've been to many big cities before, and I have to say Hong Kong has one of the most magnificent skylines because of the brightly lit and colorful lights of the buildings! The difference in colors give the city a more exciting, animated, and joyful vibe! If you go to the peak to enjoy this view, make sure that night ...

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    Great Wall

    156 reviews

    The Great Wall is huge and goes on and on. It's hard not to go here and not be impressed by the grandeur and scale of the place. The constant presence of tourists can be annoying after a while, so if you're going to go, then arrive early in the morning when there is barely anyone around. Also, go to ...

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  • 3

    Summer Palace

    142 reviews

    The Summer Palace is where the Qing emperors would go to chill out during the summers and get away from the oppressive Beijing heat. It sits around a vast lake and is filled with temples and lovely paths. You can also take a little boat ride across the lake.

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    Forbidden City

    131 reviews

    Forbidden City is a must visit site in Beijing. Don't forget to budget a generous amount of time here! This is a huge place. You would want to be and feel the vibe from the inside. The high walls and buildings inside are quite surreal.

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  • 5

    Star Ferry

    97 reviews

    It's the must do thing in Hong Kong. Star Ferry is the cheapest & most scenic way to get across Victoria Harbor. this icon of Hong Kong doesn't go out of style.

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    Tiananmen Square

    107 reviews

    The best. There are no words for this place. It's just incredible, vast, and FULL of that good o' political tension we all desire. Oh, it's free.

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    The Bund

    78 reviews

    The Bund is one of the symbols of Shanghai, as a Shanghainess, I visit there every time when i go back home. It looks even better in the night, but maybe crowded during holiday time or weekend.

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  • 8

    Great Wall at Mutianyu

    67 reviews

    Almost no other tourists the day we went there. You can take a lift up and toboggan down. The Wall itself is amazing.

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  • 9

    Victoria Harbour

    68 reviews

    A beautiful view, this place is great to spend an evening just taking in the city. A great place to walk and enjoy Hong Kong life.

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  • 10

    Ocean Park

    70 reviews

    Nice theme park for children and adults. The lines for rides may be much longer on the weekend so beware. Also, it may be wise to bring your own water and some sun gear since it could get really hot up there after you ride the cable car. Definitely, check out the ocean theatre...the show was great. It's a nice ...

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  • 11

    Temple of Heaven

    72 reviews

    Finally, we visited the Temple of Heaven, the largest temple complexes in China and a paradigm of Chinese architectural balance and symbolism. One key element in China's architectural genius was the blending of the monumental with the delicate, and the Temple of Heaven is perhaps the finest expression of this mixing of near opposite. During each winter solstice, the Ming ...

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  • 12

    Oriental Pearl TV Tower

    72 reviews

    Wonderful buffet, but a little expensive (318). Cool that the restaurant is rotating, but it is rotating a little bit too slow. We rotated about 1/4 of the way on a 2 hour dinner. On the observation deck you can stand on glass and see all the way down between your feet. But the glass is full of scratches so ...

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  • 13

    Lan Kwai Fong

    71 reviews

    Haven't been here in a few years but certainly a fun place to go. A lot of locals and foreigners go for the clubs and bars.

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  • 14

    Avenue of Stars

    73 reviews

    It's a nice walk along the Tsim Sha Tsui side of Victoria Harbour. If you're a Hong Kong film buff it'll be more enjoyable.

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    Tsim Sha Tsui

    59 reviews

    I love TST! The best food I had in Hong Kong was in TST and it presented a great alternative place to go out on a few occasions, rather than going to LKF every weekend.

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  • 16

    Great Wall at Badaling

    55 reviews

    It is a day trip from Beijing, but it is a definite must. The Great wall is actually a series of walls built over several centuries. The Great Wall at Badling is one of the best locations to get that iconic picture on the long wall walkway.

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  • 17

    Yu Yuan Gardens

    64 reviews

    A walled garden in the heart of Shanghai's old city, this place was first established in the 1500's, and today is probably Shanghai's finest example of Chinese landscape architecture. It doesn't compete with the private gardens in nearby Suzhou, nor with the glory of Hangzhou's West Lake, but it's in a neat area of town, and the surrounding plaza is ...

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  • 18

    A Symphony of Lights

    56 reviews

    This is an spectacular show combining lights and music. But if you happen to be a smoker, you may get a police wo/man telling you to get rid of the smokes.. : )

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  • 19


    48 reviews

    Xintiandi is not a bad place. It's overrun with locals, expats and tourists, and prices are high, but the place does have a few historical references. The classic shikumen architecture is best viewed here (although it can be hard to spot in between ads for the restaurants), a type of architecture which is a mix between Anhui Province's Huizhou style ...

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  • 20

    NanJing Road

    49 reviews

    The every first well-developed and "walking only" shopping area in Shanghai. Even now, it's still very popular and worth to visit. You will see thousands of people there every day. Lots of good restaurants, malls, and things to do. And it's located in the middle on Shanghai, very easy to go to other landmarks like people square, shanghai museum and ...

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