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10 Best Places to Visit in Hong Kong SAR China

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Video form visiting Hong Kong. This city impress me much than I excpect. Its really intresting place lot of things to do. I regret only im not stay longer there. Captured durning my around the world trip.


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China Trip 2018

Visit Hong Kong, Macau, Shanghai, Zhangjiajie, Xian, Beijing - China Trip 2018
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0:01 Hong Kong
Hong Kong (香港 Heūng Góng in Cantonese, meaning Fragrant Harbor) is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China. It is a place with multiple personalities as a result of being both Cantonese Chinese and having been under British colonization. Today, the former British colony is a major tourism destination for China's increasingly affluent mainland population. It is an important hub in East Asia with global connections to many of the world's cities. It is a unique destination that has absorbed people and cultural influences from places as diverse as Vietnam and Vancouver and proudly proclaims itself to be Asia's World City.

01:35 Macau
Macau (also spelled Macao, traditional Chinese: 澳門 simplified Chinese: 澳门) is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China. Located across the Pearl River estuary from Hong Kong, until 1999 Macau was an overseas territory of Portugal. One of the world's most densely populated spots, Macau generates more revenue from gambling than anywhere else on the planet, including more than seven times the revenue generated by The Strip in Las Vegas.

Macau was one of the earliest European colonies in Asia and the last to be relinquished (1999) and thus has a more visible colonial history than Hong Kong. Walking through the old city you could convince yourself you were in Europe - if the streets were devoid of people and signs in Chinese, that is. The Portuguese and Macanese populations continue to maintain a presence but, as expected, most of the population is native Chinese.

02:39 Shanghai
Shanghai (上海 Shànghǎi) , with a population of more than 23 million (with over 9 million migrants), is the largest and traditionally the most developed metropolis in Mainland China.

Shanghai was the largest and most prosperous city in the Far East during the 1930s. In the past 20 years it has again become an attractive city for tourists from all over the world. The world once again had its eyes on the city when it hosted the 2010 World Expo, recording the greatest number of visitors in the event's history.

05:40 Zhangjiajie
Wulingyuan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Hunan, China.

Wulingyuan Scenic Area is comprised of several national parks, the most famous of which is Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, a 243 square mile park full of stunning karst pillars of sandstone, covered with sub-tropical rainforest. The park is often covered in fog, adding to the mystery but obscuring views.

06:00 Xian
Xian (西安 Xī'ān, pron. SEE-ahn), is a historic city in Shaanxi Province in China.

Xi'an is more than 3,000 years old and was known as Chang'an (长安) in ancient times. For 1,000 years, the city was the capital for 13 dynasties, and a total of 73 emperors ruled here. Xi'an is the undisputed root of Chinese civilization having served as the capital city for the Zhou, Qin, Han, Sui and Tang dynasties. With so much history within the ground the city lies upon, it is no wonder that there are so many historical ruins, museums and cultural relics to be found here. It was already influencing the world outside of the Great Wall of China as the eastern terminus of the Silk Road(丝绸之路). Here traders from far and wide brought goods and ideas for sale and took goods and ideas back with them to their native countries. In present day Xi'an not much of its former glory remains within the city confines, due to the constant warfare and political changes that swept China particularly throughout the 20th Century. Today the city has a pleasant cosmopolitan flair to it and it is worth visiting for the famed Terracotta Warriors alone. It has often been said that, if you have not been to Xi'an, you have not been to China!

11:34 Beijing
Beijing (北京 Běijīng) is the capital of the most populous country in the world, the People's Republic of China. With a population of 21.5 million people, it is the nation's second-largest city after Shanghai. It was also the seat of the Ming and Qing dynasty emperors until the formation of a republic in 1911. Beijing is the political, educational and cultural centre of the country and as such it is rich in historical sites and important government and cultural institutions.

The city is marked by its flatness and arid climate. There are only three hills to be found in the city limits (in Jingshan Park to the north of Forbidden City) and mountains surround the capital on three sides. Like the configuration of the Forbidden City, Beijing has concentric ring roads, which are actually rectangular, that go around the metropolis and serve as good reference points as one attempts to move about the city.
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4 Best Places in Hong Kong, China

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The world’s original international city, many people ask what country is Hong Kong in? The answer isn’t as simple as it may seem; with its own money, passports and legal system Hong Kong isn’t quite Chinese, but with Chinese flags flying from its buildings and Beijing appointing its chief executive it isn’t quite independent. We unravel exactly what country Hong Kong is in. This video is best tourist places in hong kong, china. visiting also.

Until 1997, and the Hong Kong handover, Hong Kong was a colony of the United Kingdom, ruled by a governor.

Today, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) is a part of China, although this comes with a biblical size of caveats.

Hong Kong’s Basic Law, as agreed between China and Britain, means Hong Kong will retain its own currency (the Hong Kong dollar), legal system, and parliamentary system for fifty years. This means, for all practical purposes, Hong Kong is actually a separate country to China.

Visitors to Hong Kong, who usually receive visa free access, will have to apply for a visa to visit China. Chinese nationals also require permits to visit Hong Kong. Hong Kong and China maintain a border.

Hong Kong is not a province
Hong Kong is not a country
Hong Kong is a company *
Hong Kong is a protectorate **

* the leader is called the Chief Executive and the most influential people are businessmen who play HK like hasbro.comMonopoly
** HK has administrative and political independence, except in defence (military) and foreign affairs, which are responsibilities of the PRC. Officially called Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

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Located on China's south coast, Hong Kong offers some of the world's most intense shopping, sightseeing and dining experiences, yet moments of stillness await at every turn.

Hong Kong has over 600 places of worship, from neighborhood temples to hilltop monasteries.

Shopping is almost a religion too! From opulent malls like Pacific Place to the markets of Temple Street, tax-free Hong Kong is heaven for bargain hunters.

From Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, hop aboard a Star Ferry for the crossing to Hong Kong Island. Explore the futuristic architecture of Hong Kong's main business district, Central, then take a tram to Victoria Peak.

Hong Kong offers plenty of green spaces, such as Kowloon's Walled City Park. Outside the urban areas, over forty percent of the territory has been designated as national park.

Spend a day on the tranquil beaches of Shek O, or hike the trails of Lamma Island. On Lantau Island take the cable car to the Po Lin Monestry and the Tian Tan Buddah, then explore the traditional fishing village of Tai O.

At the end of the day, cruise the bars and restaurants in fashionable Soho and Lan Kwai Fong.
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MACAU - TOP THINGS TO SEE -Travel Vlog

Welcome to Macau! In this video, we take the turbo jet ferry from Hong Kong Island to Macau for a day trip to a land where East meets West.

Macau was a former Portuguese colony from the 16th century until 1999 when China took it over. It is now a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China where Macau controls their own customs and currency, and China handles the rest. There is also an extravagant Las Vegas atmosphere in Macau that makes for an exciting destination to travel.

First, we visit Largo Do Senado (Senado Square) which is the historic Portuguese center and UNESCO World Heritage Site. St. Dominic's Church is a main highlight of this square.

Next, we venture to Fernando's to visit a Portuguese - Chinese fusion restaurant by the beach. We also visit the beach in Macau. Be sure to bring cash! Watch what happens when we try to get back to town without any cash left.

You cannot visit Macao without seeing the Casinos, including the Venetian, and Paris, and the Wynn. Did you know that Macao is the largest gambling epicenter in the world? It even beat out Vegas. It's the only region in China where you can legally gamble.

Lastly, we visit the Ruins of St. Paul where we see what was the largest Catholic church in Asia.

Macau is truly one of a kind, with East meets West fusion. It is definitely worth a visit!

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Hong Kong is one of the most exciting cities in the world. What makes this city so vibrant and energetic? It is nearly seven million residents. The city has a unique blend of Western and Chinese culture, which seem to co-exist very well and help make this city so fascinating.
The most important places to visit in Hong Kong are: The Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery (this statue is one of the five largest statues of Chin), The Victoria Peak (this is something like a top view or a view point from where you can see the entire city of Hong Kong), Avenue of Stars (a place of tribute to the film stars, both past and present Hong Kong cinemas) and many more.
This video offers a lot of tips to help you plan the perfect vacation. If you want to save time and money, the most important Hong Kong travel tip is to compare prices before booking a hotel room or a flight. You can do this for free on a site that searches through hundreds of other travel websites in real time for the best travel deals available.
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Macau Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit

Planning to visit Macau? Check out our Macau Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Macau.

Top Places to visit in Macau:
Ruins of St. Paul's, Senado Square, A-Ma Temple, Fortaleza do Monte, Macau Tower, The Macau Museum, Macau Fisherman's Wharf, Grand Prix Museum, Macau Wine Museum, Sun Yat Sen Park, Venetian Macao Casino, Guia Fortress, Coloane Village, City of Dreams Casino, Taipa Village,

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HONG KONG | S.A.R - PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA - A TRAVEL TOUR - 4K UHD - PREVIEW

My next travel tour video explores Hong Kong.

Although the travel video is not ready for release yet, I have put together this short preview.

The travel video itself shall be in the same style as my previous travel videos. But, I wanted to have some fun with this preview and edit it in the manner of one of my favorite movies featuring actor / martial artist legend Bruce Lee. The film is Enter The Dragon.

The film's iconic opening, featuring 1970's Hong Kong, was my first glimpse of the place. It really made me want to visit.

The track used in the preview is the main theme of the film, by Lalo Schifrin.

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Hong Kong City

Hong Kong is a modern metropolis along the South China Sea. Formerly being part of the British empire, power was transferred back to the People's Republic of China in 1997. The city is known for its exceptional skyline, arguably one of the most beautiful in the world, its deep natural harbour, and is generally considered to be a fusion of Western and Chinese culture.

The video is meant as an introduction into Hong Kong, and contains various topics, relating mostly to history, culture, and the economy. The material was made in 2010, on an overland trip from Qingdao in China to Karachi in Pakistan.

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Join me on my first visit to Hong Kong from 8th to 15th July 2017.

All about Rise Conference, Hong Kong food, new friends I've made and places I've visited.

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Visiting the Statue of Giant Buddha, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

This video shows our visit to the Statue of Giant Buddha, Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Giant Buddha or Big Buddha of Hong Kong sits on a lotus atop Ngong Ping plateau, Lantau Island. Weighing 250 tones this majestic figure of Tian Tan Buddha is 34 meters high. It took over 10 years to complete the statue, and was opened for public viewing in 1993 accompanied by deeply religious ceremonies. Visitors and pilgrims have to climb 268 stairs to reach the platform where the Giant Buddha of Hong Kong is seated. Situated nearby is the Po Lin Monastery. The statue is one of the best known tourist attractions of Hong Kong, S.A.R.
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A Tour of Hong Kong Disneyland (Full HD)

A short video tour of Hong Kong Disneyland - located on Lantau Island in Hong Kong.

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One week vacation/holiday in April to Guangzhou, Zhangjiajie, and Beijing.

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2:25 Beijing

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STREET FOOD and Wet Market Tour in Hong Kong

STREET FOOD and Wet Market Tour in Hong Kong

Hong Kong street food and the hopping Dai Pai Dongs are legendary. Dai Pai Dongs are the bustling street food stalls that are found throughout all of Hong Kong's neighborhoods. There are many dishes you can try and you won't regret it!!

Siu Mai (Steamed Dumpling)
Without a doubt one of the most common and popular snacks around the city, Siu Mai is a delectable Chinese dumpling with local variations found all over China, however the one we are concerned with today is the Cantonese version. Don’t forget to top it off with the sweet soy sauce & chilli oil!

Gaa Lei Yu Dan (Curry Fish Ball)
These fragrant, flavorful balls of “fish” floating in an oily, golden curry soup can’t help but catch a longing glance from all who pass. I say “fish” because it is questionable as to whether fish makes up even 30% of this snack but it’s tasty.

Chee Cheung Fun (Rice Noodle Roll)
Don’t be mistaken by the Cantonese translation of this snack, which means pig intestine noodles, as this traditional street snack often contains no meat. This popular dish consists of tubular rolls of thin rice noodle sheets smothered in soy sauce and other toppings.

More of the delicious STREET FOOD:
Cau Dou Fu (stinky tofu)
Jaa ju cheung (fried pork intestine)

Gai dan jai (egg waffle)
Bo Lo Bao (Pineapple Bun)
Dan Tat (Egg Tart)
Dou Fu Fa (Sweet Tofu)
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Top Five Most Livable Cities in Southeast Asia for Expats

Do you know what are the top 5 most livable cities in Southeast Asia?

Contrary to common belief, Southeast Asia has amazing cities that offer Western travelers everything they might need - from amazing food to business opportunities and great Wi-Fi every step of the way.

Many expats aren't that eager to be based in this area due to lower living standards and considerable cultural differences, but it's the best time to be proven wrong.

Why go to Southeast Asia at all? Because it's the best place to be when you don't want to spend too much money and still live well.

In fact, this area of the world is more affordable than living in most other places on the planet, which can be motivation enough to at least visit.

If you're a business expat, all of the top 5 Southeast Asia cities can provide you with invaluable options for investment and partnership.

Bustling cities, new cultures and friendly welcoming people is what sells life in Southeast Asia, and for all the good reasons.

Some of the cities Andrew will talk about are known for being costly, but they are at the top of the list because they're incredibly organized, very clean and home to the business elite from all over the world.

Andrew used his ample travel experience to rank 5 most livable cities in Southeast Asia and here they are:

#5 1:20 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
#4 2:30 Manila, Philippines
#3 4:40 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
#2 6:03 Hong Kong (China SAR)
#1 7:51 Singapore

Go to Vietnam to be surprised by how developed and welcoming Ho Chi Minh City is.

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Kuala Lumpur is becoming the place to be for all entrepreneurs thanks to its business-oriented culture.

Hong Kong and Singapore are at the very top of the list, thanks to an outrageously good living standard and countless other perks they offer.

Naturally, living in Hong Kong or Singapore won't come cheap, but if you're coming here, you're not looking for cheap, you're looking for excellence.

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Places to Visit in Macau at Night, China | Macau Tourist Spots | Macau Tourism - Tourist Junction

Places to Visit in Macau at Night, China
1.Ruins of St. Paul's
The Ruins of St. Paul's are the ruins of a 17th-century complex in Santo António, Macau, China. It includes what was originally St. Paul's College and the Church of St. Paul also known as Mater Dei, a 17th-century Portuguese church dedicated to Saint Paul the Apostle.

2.Senado Square
The Senado Square, or Senate Square, is a paved town square in Sé, Macau, China and part of the UNESCO Historic Centre of Macau World Heritage Site.

3.Macau Tower
Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre, also known as Macau Tower, is a tower located in Sé, Macau, China. The tower measures 338 m in height from ground level to the highest point.

4.A-Ma Temple
The A-Ma Temple is a temple to the Chinese sea-goddess Mazu located in São Lourenço, Macau, China. Built in 1488, the temple is one of the oldest in Macau and thought to be the settlement's namesake.

5.Fortaleza do Monte
Fortaleza do Monte is a fort in Santo António in Macau SAR, China. It is the historical military centre of Macau. The Fortaleza forms part of the Historic Centre of Macau and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

6.Taipa Houses–Museum
The Taipa Houses–Museum is housed in a set of old houses in Taipa, Macau, China. The museum complex consists of five houses, of which four display various artefacts and exhibits on life during Macau's colonial era while another serves as an event venue.

7.Macau Fisherman's Wharf
The Macau Fisherman's Wharf is an integrated waterfront, hotel, convention, dining, retail and entertainment complex in Sé, Macau, China.

8.Museum of Macau
The Macau Museum is located on the hill of the Fortaleza do Monte in Santo António, Macau, China. The museum presents the history of the city and territory of the former Portuguese colony of Macau, now a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China.

9.Grand Prix Museum
The Grand Prix Museum is a motor racing museum in Sé, Macau, China. It is co-located with and adjacent to the Macau Wine Museum.

10.Macau Science Center
The Macao Science Center also known as Macau Science Center is a science center in Sé, Macau, China. The project to build the science center was conceived in 2001 and completed in 2009.

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HK airport, consistently voted best in the world, a walk round the transit area of the airport. I missed my Cathay Pacific connecting flight, so a few hours to get thru at the airport until next flight. Seen duty free shops and restaurants and jets on the tarmac outside.

A trip to Hong Kong - 2015

A trip to Hong Kong SAR, China
January 2015
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