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Western District – The original settlement area and the Chinatown of Hong Kong and today one of the most densely populated. Explore by foot Li Yuen Street East and West (The Lanes), Hollywood Road, Cat Street, the Western market and discover the many antique and curio shops hidden amidst alleyways and up "Ladder" Street.

Causeway Bay – Home to Victoria Park, local shopping & restaurants and the famous Happy Valley race track.

Repulse Bay – Lying on the south coast of Hong Kong Island is one of the most picturesque beaches in Hong Kong.

Nathan Road – In the heart of Kowloon and Hong Kong's equivalent to Broadway, is this neon lined street surrounded by hotels, restaurants and shops and often referred to as "The Golden Mile".

Victoria Peak – An eight minute tram ride to the peak will reveal the best panoramic view over the harbour and city.

Aberdeen – A floating city where 12,000 people live on 3,000 vessels and floating restaurants can be found.

Stanley Market – A popular venue for bargain hunters in sports, casual wear, arts and crafts.

Hong Kong Disneyland – The magical world of Walt Disney’s theme parks. Located just 24 minutes from downtown Hong Kong on Lantau Island and offering unique Chinese elements it is an experience not to be missed. For further details please visit www.hongkongdisneyland.com

New Territories – Here you will find agricultural villages, country parks, fishing villages and a life more in keeping with Mainland China.

Lantau Island – The largest of all the outlying islands, offering beautiful beaches, country walks, a hill top monastery, the fishing village of Tai O and the worlds largest seated bronze Buddha. You can now reach Lantau via a breathtaking 31/2 mile cable car - the Ngong Ping 360.

Guangzhou (Canton) – For a taste of China it is definitely worth a day trip to Guangzhou, just over the border.