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Metropark Hotel Causeway Bay, Hong Kong - Destination Info

The fascinating Tin Hau Temple is a remnant from the 18th Century, built by the Tai family and dedicated to the God of the Sea.

On the hotel’s doorstep, the magnificent and historic Victoria Park is, at 19 hectares, the largest park on the island. Well worth a stroll around.

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Hong Kong is for sports lovers too. Spectators come from across the world for the Hong Kong Rugby 7s, as well as the Hong Kong Cricket 6s, Hong Kong Marathon, and the very colourful International Dragon Boat Races.

Trace a century of Hong Kong cinema, which includes international superstars such as Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee, when you take a walk along the Avenue of Stars.

If you fancy a haggle or two, head for the 100 or so stalls of the Ladies’ Market. There’s nearly a kilometre of shopping, selling bargain cloths, accessories and souvenirs.

The Ocean Park Hong Kong is a marine life theme park. It blends education and entertainment with conservation. Explore the North and South Poles, travel back to old Hong Kong, and get your kicks on Thrill Mountain. In Aqua City, you can experience ‘Symbio’, a multi-sensory show with the world’s first 360° water screen.

If you are a beach lover, there’s plenty of choice. Surfing, swimming, barbecuing, or just an escape from modern life, you can do it all, not far from the bustling city streets.