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Activities to do in Wan Chai - Your up-to-the-minute guide to Wan Chai life

Wan Chai is a city of multiple charms where the best of holiday experiences are enjoyed every day and a must visit if you have a touch for sightseeing.

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Trekking

Nothing beats a day out with friends and family enjoying the fresh air. When visiting this city of sheer bliss and delight you can find many interesting things to do so a perfect vacation will surely be yours to enjoy. A hike in Wan Chai will reward you with panoramic views of the offshore island. You can sooth your toes on the silky sand beaches or explore the traditional Hakka villages. A hike might give you a chance to see monkeys, water buffalo, wild boar and spot birds. Even if your reason to visit this city is to enjoy shopping or nightlife, a hike amongst the greenery will never fail to impress. To enjoy a comfortable hiking tour you will have to ensure that you stay at hotels in Wan Chai Hong Kong that is centrally located such as the Cosmo Hotel Wan Chai Hong Kong and explore the surrounding areas better.

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Lantau Island

The largest island in Hong Kong, Lantau Island is where you will see the world's tallest outdoor seated Buddha statue. The statue rests in Po Lin Monastery. Plus, you can also touch a bit of traditional lifestyle in Tai O Village.

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Ngong Ping 360 Skyrail

This is quite an experience! With its 5.7 km cable car journey, you will be exposed to Hong Kong's rich culture. You will be passing a village with a specific cultural theme when you are travelling from Tung Chung Town Centre to Ngong Ping on Lantau Island. One cultural item is Tian Tan Buddha Statue which is considered the largest, seated, outdoor, bronze statue in the world! The ride also introduces you to magnificent sights over Hong Kong airport, the South China Sea, and the North Lantau Country Park. This wonderful journey will own you for 25 minutes. Apart from the Buddha statue, you will also lay your eyes on Monkey's Tale Theatre and the Ngong Ping Tea House.

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Windsurfing

Surrounded by the sea Hong Kong is a wonderful place to enjoy water sports. There is a growing demand for this fun and enjoyable activity amongst adventure seekers. Windsurfing requires a little bit of training but an elementary course would be sufficient for those who do it for fun.

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Golfing

Known for its neon cityscapes and high-rise buildings, many do not know that Hong Kong in fact home to some world class golf courses. There are many training courses and space for professionals to enjoy or practice the game during a visit. When you travel to Wan Chai don't forget to pack your lucky golf club.

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