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    Night markets - very cheap but you have to haggle, The Ladies Market, The Harbour Centre for specific labels, the Jade Market for gifts, really anywhere as everything is so cheap. Heaps of great shops on Nathan Rd in Kowloon. There is also a good day tour that takes you into China to Shenzen where you can spend hours at a huge shopping mall. I got a pair of prescription glasses with transition lenses and a pair of Dior prescription sunglasses (not fakes) for NZD$200 - just 1 pair of transition lenses here in NZ cost me $259 recently! about 7 years ago

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    Awww man, not an easy question to answer as there is so much to see and do. Definitely take the Peak Tram up Victoria, on a great day you get fantastic views of HK.

    The Lion Rock Country and Kam Shan Country Parks are great for walking and you get to see macaques up close and personal. Decades ago I went with my dad, he bought a beer from a vendor and no sooner than he opened it, a monkey ran alongside, snatched it from his hands and sat in a tree drinking it...

    Ocean Park is good if you're going with young ones, as is Disneyland, but beware, the latter is very small and vastly overpriced.

    Take the time to visit the Tian Tan Buddha on Lantau Island, travel by cable car if you can. Lovely views.

    As for shopping, there's a billion and one street stalls as well as big name shops. about 7 years ago

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    Go to repulse bay, Stanley peak, the ferry, ladies market, peninsula hotel for tea, get some custom tailored shirts or a suit about 7 years ago

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    Thanks a lot for the great tips and advices!!! I can't wait to visit and see this wonderful place! about 7 years ago

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    Go to Disneyland HK, The Jewelry Store of the famous Martial Artist Jackie Chan and of course go to Ocean Park. The best place to shop affordable and quality clothes is in causeway bay. Also go to H&M and Cotton On about 7 years ago

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    I nearly forgot, take a stroll down the Avenue of the Stars which runs along Victoria Harbour on TST. It was there that I discovered that my hands are a little bigger than Jackie Chan's, meaning that by default I can take him in a fight...

    It also well worth the effort to get to Sai Kung, by the waterfront you'll see fishermen coming in with their catch. The area is packed full of great seafood restaurants.

    Damn, your trip is going to be rammed. I would suggest you make a list of places you really want to go to. Happy planning. :) about 7 years ago

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    I know! I can't believe it. There's so much to do. I appreciate it, really. Now, i'm totally excited! about 7 years ago

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    I hope you have fun!! There's too many things to do here I'm sure you'll find your way around anyway ;) about 7 years ago

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