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Every year Hong Kong tops the polls for one of the best places to live due to its lifestyle and career opportunities. There is a lot more to this country than the business sector. There are places in Hong Kong you wouldn’t expect to see in such as populated area. That’s why we have created a list of the top 4 places to visit in Hong Kong:

1. Kowloon Walled City Park

In such a built-up area you wouldn’t expect there to be green space? Well you would be wrong! The Kowloon Walled gardens offers a mini slice of park heaven offering workers the chance to spend their free time (and some lunch times) in this idyllic spot.

2. The Whampoa (the boat that is on dry land)

Sounds a little confusing but this an actual thing. Anchored in the concrete ocean of Hong Kong is The Whampoa, a commercial centre which commemorates the city’s maritime heritage, as well as providing high-end shopping!

3. Noah's Ark

One of the weirdest sites you will see in Hong Kong but worth a visit all the same. Nestled underneath Hong Kong’s Tsing Ma Bridge is a gigantic full-size replica of Noah’s Ark, the famed biblical ship that rescued pairs of living animals from a global flood.

4. Dine at a cartoon restaurant

Do you have a favourite cartoon? The chances are Hong Kong will have a themed restaurant for it.  The most famous cartoon restaurant is Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine, a dim sum restaurant where down to the very last custard bun and shrimp dumpling bears Hello Kitty’s face and trademark pink bow.

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