Hong Kong is, without a doubt, one of Earth’s most diverse cities. Both cosmopolitan and ancient, Hong Kong hosts some of the most beautiful Chinese temples and a skyline to rival even the most modern metropolises. The city has two enormous theme parks, several open-air markets, a history of kung fu legends, the heaviest bridge in the world, and the most restaurants and cafes per capita anywhere. There are numerous aquatic features, from extraordinary tropical beaches, to the harbors, bays, and fishing communities that dot the coastline. The shopping deals in Hong Kong are unparalleled. The cuisine is excellent, with amazing dim sum bars, milk teas, curries, fishball noodles, and of course, exotic soy sauce choices. Since its inception in 1842, the culture has been bursting with an international flair. And with over a hundred consulates, the city of Hong Kong is connected with the rest of the world.
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