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Capture the whole of Hong Kong with the spectacular panoramic views from Victoria Peak. Visiting at sunrise, sunset, or at night time with a background of twinkling city lights, the views encapsulate the vibrant energy and charisma of Hong Kong. Travel on the old fashioned Peak Tram, ascending nearly vertically up the hillside.
Also known as the ‘Big Buddha’, the Tian Tan is named after the Altar of Heaven, the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. The Buddha statue is enthroned on a lotus on a three-platform altar with flowers, a lamp, incense, ointment, fruit and music sitting next to it as The Offering of the Six Devas. They symbolise morality, patience, generosity, zeal, meditation and wisdom; all of which are necessary to enlightenment.
These deep, sheltered waters are a natural landform situated between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. The late evening is the perfect time to visit Victoria Harbour while the sky is illuminated by the neon and multi-coloured lights, which create a soothing and calm atmosphere to sit back relax while watching the busyness of the rest of the city.
Out of the whirlwind of energy from the centre of Hong Kong, Lantau Island is a haven for peace, serenity and relaxation. Bringing solace to the soul, the mountainous terrain has criss-crossing canals seeping through it lined with lush green indigenous forests; the epitome of tranquillity. Immerse yourself in Buddhist architecture with a visit to the monastery village and the Buddhist themed square. The Ngong Ping cable car takes you on an adventure from the sky, to the land, and then to the sea, displaying breath-taking views of the coast, woodland and mountains.
This large temple complex houses a nunnery, temple halls, traditional Chinese gardens and a vegetarian restaurant. Statues made of gold, clay, wood and stone representing Sakyamuni Buddha, Guanyin and bodhisattvas are found in the temple halls. While visiting the Chi Lin Nunnery, many people choose to pair this with a trip to Nan Lian Garden. It is a classical Chinese garden designed with inspiration from Tang Dynasty, it features hills, trees, rocks, wooden structures and water features which help you get back in touch with nature.
Kowloon Park is perfect in any weather. Bask in the glorious sun, or listen to the soothing sound of the rain hitting the 200 metre long sheltered walk way; either option provides pure bliss. Every Sunday you can catch Kung Fu and lion dance performances, and if you’re lucky you may find the locals doing tai chi as part of their leisurely activity.
Eat, drink, laugh and enjoy, this fun yet sophisticated steakhouse is where excitement meets quality. If you’re a meat lover, this is the place to go. Meat skewers are continually brought to the table by waiters; customers cannot go home hungry or without a satisfied smile on their face.
Overlooking Victoria Harbour, the Mandarin Oriental is a fantastic venue for meetings and events. It has a multitude of IT systems including lighting, sound, LCD screens and projectors and can accommodate up to 380 people.
Arrays of rooms are available for hire at the Harbour Plaza, whether it be a conference, meeting or event. Placed directly in the heart of the transport links, it is ideal for travelling and working around Hong Kong.
The Four Seasons Hotel provides two ballrooms and eight meeting rooms which tower over the dazzling Victoria Harbour. With state-of-the-art technology available and impeccable service from staff, it is an ideal setting for a conference.
Macau, close to Hong Kong’s centre, is ideal for a day trip if staying or working in Hong Kong. If you have a visa, then Guangzhou or Shenzhen aren’t too far away and are interesting places to visit to add a couple of extra days onto your holiday to Hong Kong.
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