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Area code: 852

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Latitude: 21° 45' North
Longitude: 115° 00' East

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Voltage in Hong Kong is 220 volts. You will need an adaptor.


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Nightlife
Hong Kong Casinos
The casinos are located in Macau, a gambler's paradise. Passports are needed for both trip and the nine casinos. Age limit is 21.

Hong Kong Clubs
C Club, 30-32 Lan Kwai Fong, is currently the hottest joint in Central.
Queen’s, 31 Queen’s Road, inside the Queen’s Theatre, has had a makeover to open the dance floor.
JJ’s, in the Grand Hyatt Hotel, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, has great nightlife.
Club Ing, 4F Renaissance Harbour View, 1 Harbour Road, glass and chrome disco.
Bahama Mama"s-Caribbean Style
Drop-Celebrity hang out and awesome club.
Bars, lounges, and clubs offering live music include Chasers, Delaney's, Lobby Lounge (in the Hotel InterContinental Hong Kong), Ned Kelly's Last Stand, and Sky Lounge, all in Kowloon; the Captain's Bar, Cyrano, and Insomnia in Central.
Someplace Else: Basement of the Sheraton in Kowloon, great happy hour and live music.
Don't forget about Nathan Rd where you will find cultural shows and great nightlife.


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Jade Market
Located on the junction of Kansu Street and Battery Street in Yau Ma Tei, the Jade Market is a must for jade lovers and collectors. Don't forget to bargain!

Mong Kok
The site of one of Hong Kong's ambitious redevelopment master plans -- it remains a cheerfully crowded community and a hive of shopping activity. The Ladies market is on Tung Choi Street. Open daily from noon to 10:30pm. Sim city (Computer and software) is located on Nelson Street- just south of the Mon Kok station.

Stanley Market
Many restaurants and night spots (including Murray house) just west of the market.

Yau Ma Tei Market
Every night there is a market selling many different kinds of products including clothes, decorations, and toys in Temple Street, a street in the area where the famous Tin Hau Temple was built in 1876.
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The best view in the world belongs to Hong Kong Harbor from Victoria Peak. Take the tram to Victoria peak.
Due to traffic and congestion, the best way to tour Hong Kong is by taxi or double-decker bus.


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