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Travel Blogs from Hong Kong
... a bus ride to see the Tian Tan Buddha, which is also loosely referred to as the "Big Buddha". It is the world's largest seated outdoor bronze Buddha and it is located beside the famous Po Lin Monastery. It spans 34m in height and a flight of 268 steps leads to the Buddha, which my mum combated with a mixture of horror and determination. The 3-storey pedestal that the Buddha sits on houses an exhibition of Buddhist relics and paintings- ...
... Mansions "is known to be a centre of drugs, as well as a refuge for petty criminals, scammers and undocumented immigrants... [an anthropologist professor] estimates that up to 20 percent of the mobile phones recently in use in sub-Saharan Africa have passed through Chungking Mansions...[it has been described] as a post-modern Casablanca—all in one building." It wasn't quite that ...
- Beijing: sprawling, ancient, smoggy, utilitarian, busy, iconic sites.
- Shanghai: modern, western, busy, iconic skyline.
- Xi’an: classic walled city, Terracotta Army, busy with traffic
- Chengdu: fairly awful with some hidden secrets, beautiful pandas
- Emeishan: quiet, scenic, interesting, rural China
- Chongching: awful – but gateway to Yangtse
- Yangshuo: incredible scenery, well ...
The Hong Kong China Temple is located in the beautiful
residential district of Kowloon Tong, a suburb of Hong Kong on the Kowloon
Peninsula. The temple proper occupies the top three floors of the building while a meetinghouse, mission office, apartments for the temple president and
mission president, and Beehive …
... t get any change, so it's handy to keep loads of small stuff for these type of journeys. We didn't have the right money loads of change but we came up a few HK dollars short, I was going through my pockets trying to gather change, driver I think got a bit fed up waiting so said just put what we had in the slot. It's a spectacular ride to the top with very steep inclines and long drops to the sides, it probably takes about three quarters of an hour and ...