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Hong Kong see + do

Although the main attractions of Hong Kong are its big financial headquarters and even bigger shopping, the best sightseeing here takes advantage of the rich cultural heritage, miles of parkland to explore on foot, intimate museums, and traditional Chinese healing, like acupuncture. Tourists can explore the island from the air by comfortable, modern helicopter or board a classic Chinese junk to cruise Victoria Harbor. Visitors are also heading to the city's outlying islands for laid-back seafood dinners or to the booming enclave of Macau for glamorous casinos and gourmet meals.

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Acupressure and Massage Centre, Hong Kong

If you've been hitting Hong Kong's nightspots a little too hard (or if you're just jetlagged from a long trip over), make like a local and head to this...more

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Happy Valley Racing, Hong Kong

Hong Kong locals are horse-racing fanatics—so it's no surprise that this track, an oasis of green lit by giant floodlights at night, sits right at the...more

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Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong

Right on the waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui, this museum mounts fine temporary exhibitions and has a huge permanent collection of more than 14,000 Chinese...more

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Macau, Macau

Macau's gambling revenues may have surpassed those of Las Vegas, but cultural tourists and foodies can hit the jackpot here, too. The Portuguese colonized this...more

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Outlying Islands, Hong Kong

There are more than 230 Hong Kong islands, a handful of which make great day-trip destinations from the Central city district. Take the Star Ferry from Hong...more

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Symphony of Lights, Victoria Harbor, Hong Kong

Every evening at 8 pm sharp, the world's largest light and sound show turns Hong Kong's urban jungle into a futuristic beauty pageant starring 44 of its...more

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Tai Chi, Hong Kong

Limbering up and clearing your mind—Asian style—is a great way to start the day. Free tai chi lessons are given by English-speaking instructors near...more

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Tours of Hong Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Hong Kong may have been called a barren rock by its first foreign visitors, but these days it's so packed with attractions that it's hard to get oriented. The...more

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Victoria Peak, Victoria Peak, Hong Kong

At 1,810 feet tall, Victoria Peak is Hong Kong's highest and most notable landmark, as well as its ritziest residential area. Its well-heeled 19th-century...more

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