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  • 1

    Victoria Peak

    1 Lugard Road, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong
    4.5
    180 reviews

    If I only had the time to do one thing in Hong Kong, I would choose take the tram up Victoria Peak again. This is not just a must do in Hong Kong, but THE must do. For the most awe inspiring view of the most dazzling skyline in the world - this is the place. If the experience of ...

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  • 2

    Great Wall

    North of Beijing, Beijing, 11 China
    4.5
    156 reviews

    Yes it is very long. I am a little short so some climbing was a bit challenging for me because the stairs are high. Amazing ! don't miss it!

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  • 3

    Summer Palace

    Y He Yuan Lu, Beijing, 11 1000 China
    4.5
    141 reviews

    Of the Imperial Chinese monuments this is by far my favorite. While you are still very much inside of Beijing, it is easy to forget this while walking along the Laguna.

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  • 4

    Forbidden City

    4 Jingshan Qianjie, Beijing, 11 1000 China
    4.5
    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

    Star Ferry, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
    4.5
    96 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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  • 6

    Tiananmen Square

    Chang An Avenue, Beijing, 11 1000 China
    4
    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

    161号 长乐路, Luwan, Shanghai, China
    4.5
    77 reviews

    There were tons a scouters on the side that sell tickets to see the bund and the museum downstairs for a slightly better deal. It might be a bit shiesty but it worked. View itself was actually really beautiful, i can only imagine how much nicer it would be at night!

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  • 8

    Great Wall at Mutianyu

    San Du He Village, Miyun, 11 1014 China
    4.5
    67 reviews

    Less touristy than the west side of Beijing attraction. Maybe a little more tricky to get to, but the minimal crowds make it worth it to better enjoy the Great Wall. The span and continuing wall will just make you awestruck that it was made by people, lots and lots of people for a long time.

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  • 9

    Victoria Harbour

    Edinburgh Place, Hong Kong
    4.5
    68 reviews

    One of the most impressive harbor fronts I've ever seen. Smog-aside, you can't miss it. Be sure to take the Star Ferry and visit Tsim Sha Tsui for the best views.

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  • 10

    Ocean Park

    Ocean Park Road, Hong Kong Hong Kong
    4.5
    69 reviews

    Adrenaline rides! The hair raiser was awesome!!! I was too scared to try the abyss. Will try to ride it next time! I also enjoyed the aquariums and zoos. Pandas are the cutest! TIP: Go to the pandas during feeding time or else you'll only see a monitor showing them sleeping in their rooms.

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  • 11

    Temple of Heaven

    Tian Tan North Road, Beijing, 11 1000 China
    4
    71 reviews

    Promoted as an exceptional example of Ming Dynasty architecture, the Temple of Heaven and surrounding park are pretty, and well worth a visit if you're in the city's south-central environs. The unusual triple-stepped central pagoda is one of the only such buildings in the world. May get ridiculously crowded on weekends.

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  • 12

    Oriental Pearl TV Tower

    2号 Lujiazui Ring Road, Pudong, Shanghai, China
    4
    72 reviews

    Great views of the city. Not the tallest building but has one of the best locations -- right next to the river between the Bund and Shanghai's commercial center. I really enjoyed it until my husband took a closer look at the construction and pointed out a few flaws. That was quite a few years ago and the place is ...

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  • 13

    Lan Kwai Fong

    3 Kau U Fong, Hong Kong
    4
    70 reviews

    Even if you don't like going clubbing, LKF is a sight to see. (If you do, this is *the* place to go in HK). This is where the expats and HK elite gather to mingle. On a typical Friday or Saturday night, the open streets are crowded with hip people from all over the world. Head to the 7-11 on ...

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  • 14

    Avenue of Stars

    香港星光大道
    4
    71 reviews

    A must see tourist attraction in Hong Kong by the harbor. Copying Hollywood in LA"s Hollywood blvd, Hong Kong movie stars have their hands and stars imprinted in the cement. There is also the famous Bruce lee statue which is a huge hit amongst tourists!

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  • 15

    Tsim Sha Tsui

    Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
    4
    58 reviews

    Tsim Sha Tsui is a great place - you can get to any part of Hong King from here! Star ferry and various other boats can be caught from the jettys here. There is a bus station located here and the railway station. There are plenty of shops, restaurants and hotels in Tsim Sha Tsui. Ocean Terminal is also there.

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  • 16

    Great Wall at Badaling

    60 Kilometers From Beijing City, Yanqing, 11 1021 China
    4
    55 reviews

    The Emporer of Ching Dynasty build the Great Wall to avoid others conquered China and this is the only thing can be seen from the moon.

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  • 17

    Yu Yuan Gardens

    132 An Ren Road, Shanghai, 31 2000 China
    4
    64 reviews

    First day of Chinese New Year, everyone comes looking for health and fortune as per Chinese belief..

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  • 18

    A Symphony of Lights

    Hong Kong
    4
    55 reviews

    The symphony of lights is an iconic performance taking place on the harbor every evening. It is an synchronization of lights across many buildings on both coast, in conjunction with music. The performance itself is an okay experience, but the view of the Hong Kong harbor during nighttime is breathtaking, and the view from the sea is something else. Came ...

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  • 19

    Xintiandi

    中国上海市卢湾区兴业路123弄
    4
    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

    廟街16-24號, 16-24 Temple Street, Hong Kong
    4
    51 reviews

    An experience like nothing else! The bright lights, pungent smells of incense and food vendors as well as the pulsing sound of whatever pop star is hip at the moment makes an exciting atmosphere to shop for fun souvenirs or just gawk at some of the fun and wild things being sold.

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