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Hong Kong how a top 3 becomes a top 5

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Well I thought it would be a top 3 but after yesterday and today I must extend this must do list to a top 5. Hong Kong has so many great things to do at a low price which makes it a real treat to go out and explore.

So here it goes my remaining must do's:

4. - Buy a ticket for the Star Ferry to Kowloon or Hong Kong Island (depending on where you stay). As we are staying on Hong Kong Island we took the ferry from pier 7. A one way trip on the Ferry costs 2.50 HK dollar and takes about 5 minutes to cross the habor. The ferry runs from morning to midnight so it is also good idea to take the ferry in the evening an see the breatch taking view of the skyline from the water.

5. - Take a ride with the Peak tram. Cathay Pacific gave us a complementary Peak tram ticket. As it was a public holiday today we were not the only ones taking the tram. Normally a one way ticket costs 25 HK dollar and a return ticket 36 HK dollar. From the Victoria Peak you have another great view from the top of the city. Further you ride in a historical tram carriage adding to this attraction. At Victoria Peak you also have a Peak market were you can buy all sorts of Chinees merchandise. Probably not the most cheap of all of Hong Kong but they have a nice selection.

One last tip which is off course regarding food after the Peak tram ride we went down to Wellington Street 77. Here you can find Mak's Noodles. It is a very small restaurant with about the same number of waiters as the number of customers that fit in the restaurant. We had some Wonton + Shrimp Dumpling Noodles and they tasted delicious.

Ronald reading the Chinees newspaper. Okay the English version.

The streets of Kowloon

The Hong Kong Island skyline

The Peak tram arrives.

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