Hong Kong

Lippo Centre

Thanks to its distinctive facade, Hong Kong’s Lippo Centre is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. The complex comprises two similar looking towers designed by Paul Marvin Rudolph in association with Wong & Ouyang Ltd. Lippo Centre Rudolph is …

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Man Mo Temple

Hong Kong’s magnificent Man Mo Temple is among the oldest and most well-known temples in the territory. It was built in 1848, during the early years of British rule in Hong Kong. Though it’s been rebuilt a number of times, …

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If you thrive among crowds and lots of bright, glittering lights, you’ll love Hong Kong’s Mongkok district. A City Lover’s Paradise Mongkok crowd Ever see those photos of Hong Kong? You know… the ones with all the neon signs and …

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Nathan Road

The main thoroughfare through Kowloon, Nathan Road has earned the nickname “The Golden Mile”. History Though it may be difficult to tell as you walk through modern stores and tons of neon lights, Nathan Road is the oldest road in …

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Peninsula Hotel

Opened in 1928, during an era when everything was grand and opulent, the Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong has long been considered one of the world’s finest hotels. The hotel earned many nicknames, including “The Grande Dame of the Far East”, …

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Star Ferry

The Star Ferry has been a regular piece of the fabric of Hong Kong life for more than a century. Each day, both residents and visitors use this beloved ferry system, which makes its way gently across Victoria Harbor, delivering …

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