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  • 1

    Victoria Peak

    181 reviews

    Views are breath taking. There is a shopping center there also. I wish I took the tram up to the peak. I think I wan t to also go at night.

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  • 2

    Great Wall

    156 reviews

    A one of a kind experience is to do an overnight hiking trip on the Great Wall of China. Sleep under the stars in an ancient guard tower or in a tent on the edge of the wall.

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  • 3

    Summer Palace

    141 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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  • 4

    Forbidden City

    128 reviews

    The Forbidden City is a marvel of Ming Dynasty design and architecture. People who have been to the Golden Palace in Bangkok often get a little dissapointed when visiting the Forbidden City, because it - at a glance - does not look as impressive as the Bangkok palace or other such sights around the world. However in order to fully ...

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  • 5

    Star Ferry

    96 reviews

    An essential part of the HK experience! Easy to navigate (an Octopus card helps, but otherwise you need coins). A great way to see the city from the Harbor and get from place to place in style! Kids love it too.

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  • 6

    Tiananmen Square

    104 reviews

    Tiananmen Square is a must-see while in Beijing. It's the world's largest open square, and is surrounded by some of the most important buildings in the city. At the south end you'll find the Zhengyangmen Gate and Qianmen Gate and Mao's maosuleum, in the middle the Monument to the People's Heroes, and at the north end the official state flag ...

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  • 7

    The Bund

    77 reviews

    Shanghai's architectural highlight where art deco meets modern design. Find a sunny day to go to The Bund - considered to be the face of Shanghai and the confirmation that Shanghai is China’s most international city. It’s where people from all over the world come to see the impressive Pudong skyline that borders the Huangpu River. Many of the buildings ...

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  • 8

    Great Wall at Mutianyu

    67 reviews

    More impressive than I ever imagined. I'm so glad I chose this location to visit as it was very well-serviced with tourism infrastructure. yet not crowded or over-touristy at all. Not to mention, it was breath-taking. I spent 2 hours on the wall itself and could have spent an entire day. With the stunning vistas, the Wall just unfolds before ...

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  • 9

    Victoria Harbour

    68 reviews

    The lights show at night are incredible, I love this city, the big buildings , there are lots of shopping malls, stores, restaurants, cafes, etc.

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  • 10

    Ocean Park

    69 reviews

    Since it was my first time there, I quite enjoyed myself. I like the train that goes around the park a lot. The q for the rides were crazy long though but nice big area to explore specially for a first timer.

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  • 11

    Temple of Heaven

    71 reviews

    A beautiful and very historic temple and complex that has become the symbol of Beijing. It has been rebuilt many times since the original construction was finished in 1420 and every time as an exact replica of the original. The all-round ticket includes entrance to the Echo Wall and Round Altar. At the Round Altar the Chinese obsession with numbers ...

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  • 12

    Oriental Pearl TV Tower

    72 reviews

    The Pearl Tower is pretty cool, and the 360 degree floor with see-through tiles on the viewing platform offers great views of Shanghai, but the often long queues and crowds of group tours makes this my last choice after Jinmao and the Finance Tower. Also, at 263 meters you're quite a lot lower than the Jinmao and more than 200 ...

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  • 13

    Lan Kwai Fong

    70 reviews

    famous little street for night life - you will def see tons of interesting thing..a lot of drunk foreigners which means a lot of prostitutes that are from thailand so just be careful.

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  • 14

    Avenue of Stars

    71 reviews

    Hong Kong's version of Hollywood's Walk of Fame. It's a terrific stroll along the harbor and if you stay late enough in the evening, it's an awesome vantage point to watch the Symphony of Lights. The feature piece is the statue of Bruce Lee!

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  • 15

    Tsim Sha Tsui

    58 reviews

    Easily accessible, Tsim Sha Tsui is a dynamic district for gourmands in Kowloon. Many four- and five-star hotels boast the highest quality restaurants, some with stunning harbour views across the water to Hong Kong Island.

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  • 16

    Great Wall at Badaling

    55 reviews

    Again, not really sure why this in here twice. But some advice if you go: take the cable car up and walk down.

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  • 17

    Yu Yuan Gardens

    64 reviews

    Yu Yuan Gardens is an impressive garden in the heart of Shanghai. It's a good place to wander, sit and relax, especially after spending several hours walking around the city. It's also an old and historic garden dating back to 1559.

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  • 18

    A Symphony of Lights

    55 reviews

    The show is nightly and is an ok thing to see. But, if you miss it while in Hong Kong, it is definitely not worth crying over. All of the participating building volunteer to be part of it. It is neat how they coordinated the timing of all of these buildings. It is cool. But, then again, it is just ...

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  • 19


    47 reviews

    if you like live music, bars, and beautiful Shanghai girls. that's the best place you should go. you will find lots of foreign traveller there as well. very mixed culture.

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  • 20

    Temple Street Night Market

    51 reviews

    I went to the Temple Street Night Market and was amazed at the seemingly endless stands and tables filled with vendors and sellers. All types of things were being sold here, from clothes, souvenirs, to other assorted knick knacks. It's a lively place to go at night and a prime opportunity to stock up on souvenirs.

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