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If you are a party person, LKF is the place to be. When we went to Hard Rock Café on the afternoon for lunch, it was ok. But when we came back around 10pm, it was a whole new party place. All the bars have happy hour, usually from 5pm-9pm. We missed that. So if you want to get your money’s worth on booze, start early in LKF.

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This is the counterpart of Hollywood’s Walk of Fame. The handprints of Hong Kong's prominent actors and actresses are there. Jackie Chan’s handprint and Bruce Lee’s statue are the most famous icons there. It is a very nice place for strolling and relaxing. This is currently closed for renovation. You can visit Garden of Stars and “The Starry Gallery" instead.

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Ngong Ping 360 is one of best places to visit in Hong Kong. It starts with a cable car ride, then walking up the steps to the Big Buddha, and of course, the Tai O Fishing Village. The tour in the fishing village and out in the sea was the best. We didn’t get to see any dolphin. May be next time ☺. TIP: If the queue for the cable car is long, book the package because you will have priority on the cable car.

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The best time to go to the Clock Tower is in the early evening. The tower looks amazing when it is all lit up. And at 8PM, the Symphony of Lights starts. This area is one of the best places to watch this wonderful world renowned show.

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The monastery is very peaceful. It is a place to offer prayers and incense. There is also a restaurant there that serves vegetarian lunch. The food was ok, a nice change from the normal meat dishes I was used to. If you don’t like vegetables, there are other restaurants in the nearby Ngong Ping Village.

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