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    You may go to Ocean Park or visit The Peak, which is really beautiful
    For food, you may visit www.openrice.com, its good for you over 6 years ago

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    November can be somewhat cooler but still remain warm and is good for hiking in hong kong island or in the new territories ( sai Kung). A few hiking trails offer spectacular view of the harbor or the mountains/ocean out lying islands

    Another place to visit is the big Buddha statue in Lantau island, for which if you travel to it via cable car can offer a very nice and unobstructive view via its almost transparent cable car over 6 years ago

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    Wet land over 6 years ago

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    Lamma Island is lovely. No cars as such, only a handful of electric vehicles, so the island definitely has a slower pace compared to HK. Grab a Star Ferry and head out, walk around Lamma and then settle down in the harbour for some of the freshest and nicest seafood ever.

    Head up to the Peak, place a bet on a horse at Happy Valley, go to Disney (!!), visit a temple, or if you are there at the right time, watch a dragon boat race.

    I liked the HK Museum of Art and spent a very happy afternoon walking around here.

    For fantastic dim sum, head over to City Hall and go to Maxims City Palace. Delicious! over 6 years ago

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    You can find mosque at Kowloon :) over 6 years ago

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    Could go up to Shenzhen, China for a daily excursion. Shopping is cheap there so is food and massages (nit the dodgy ones) over 6 years ago

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    I know theres a mosque in tsim tsa tsui on nathan street i think near where all the shops are over 6 years ago

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