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Lotus Pond Garden
Lotus Pond Garden
#About the Famous Garden With the Lotus Ponds

The Lotus Pond Garden is a pampered garden in the heart of Hong Kong. In the peaceful garden in the middle of the hectic city, you will see goldfish pools, a colorful pagoda, and of course - varied trees.

The garden is a magical secret, that enables relaxing and enjoyment from wandering around the city. In the great wooden structure, you can see an impressive collection of samples of temples and famous buildings from around China.

Across from the garden you can see the Chi Lin Nunnery, considered one of the prettiest spots in Hong Kong, in the style of the Tang Dynasty. They used a technique of building structures without the use of any nails.

The temple complex of the monastery is built with a pretty garden around, the garden is well-maintained, with pools and colorful lotus flowers.

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Avenue of Stars
Avenue of Stars
#About the Avenue of Stars on the Ocean Promenade

Just like in Los Angeles and Cannes, the Hong Kong Avenue of Stars also offers the local stars for theater and entertainment. There are international stars like Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan which many will probably recognize, but many of the stars are not recognized outside of China and Hong Kong.

The Avenue of Stars in Hong Kong is located on the shoreline and near the Hong Kong Harbour. Come here for a nice walk with the sea breeze, and enjoy the city view from the impressive landscape.

As the local interpretation of the Wall of Fame in Hollywood, you can pass between statues, handprints of stars on the ground, and a real bonus - across is an incredible view of the promenade and the entire city of Hong Kong.

On the promenade you can see statues of characters like Bruce Lee - the world-renowned Kung Fu movie star.


If you arrive here in the evening hours, you can enjoy a great light show, in collaboration with dozens of skyscrapers on the island. The Guinness Book of World Records decided that it is the largest light show in the world.

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Snoopy's World
Snoopy's World
#About the Center of Entertainment for Snoopy Fans

Snoopy's World is an entertainment center for children in Hong Kong. This is a small amusement park based on the characters of Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and their well-known friends, from the famous American comics.

The park lays on the third floor of the Town Plaza shopping center, in the square in the new city Sha Tin. Here you will find a variety of attractions that snoopy fans will love.


A visit is recommended on sunny days.

Entrance is free.

This is a great place for young children.

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Piraeus Harbour
Port of Piraeus
#Athens' Port, the Most Important in Greece

Since the ancient days, the Port of Piraeus was the main port of Athens, and the largest in Greece. Today the title remains, as the main port of Greece, the port where many of the cruises to different islands and countries leave, if in the Mediterranean Sea or further away.

Piraeus is a classic port city, like in songs and books. You will find here a port and everything that is expected from a port city, especially in the Mediterranean Sea. The honking of cargo ships, and passenger ships declaring the start of their journey. Ticket stands and travel agencies, marine equipment stores, and cargo that has just arrived with the ships, warehouses and tax houses, the harbor stevedores, loading cranes, tavernas and bars along the main street of the port, lines of cars waiting to board the ferries.

You have arrived at the Port of Piraeus - for generations songs and books were written about this port, and now you are finally here as well. Enjoy!

#What is There to do at the Port of Piraeus?

The area of the Port of Piraeus is among the liveliest areas in Athens. It's nice to walk along the port, near the boats, shuttles and yachts that dock here. A meal in one of the many tavernas scattered around, will reward you with a dinner of seafood and fish.

On Sundays, near the Port, there is the local flea market of Piraeus, that offers mostly clothes, tools, vintage items and antiques. The flea market concentrates around the train tracks and to Alipedou Street. On days when there is no market, in the streets of Piraeus behind the port, you will find many interesting and cheap stores.

From the Port of Piraeus you can leave on a day cruise, to one of the close islands to Athens and to any Greek island. The island of Aegina is pleasant and only a short boat ride away. Longer sailing will get you to one of the most picturesque islands of Greece - Hydra.


From the Port of Piraeus many cruises leave towards the Greek Islands, including close islands, Aegina and Hydra, but also further islands, like Paros, Naxos, Santorini, Ios, Mykonos, Lesvos, Crete and more.

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Attractions for Children

Vouliagmeni Lake
Lake Vouliagmeni
#About the Spa Lake with Impressive Cliffs

About an hour drive from the center of Athens is Lake Vouliagmeni (Limni Vouliagmenis), nicknamed the Sunken Lake. This is a beautiful lake located in the suburbs of the big city. Its splendid location, close to the sea and with views of impressive cliffs, gives it an impressive and dramatic look. It is a favorite among locals, as a preferred place to swim.

The lake water is sweet and comes from a natural warm underground stream more than 100 meters below the surface. In the lake the stream water mixes with the salt water. The water's temperature varies between 21 to 27 degrees Celsius, and turns the lake into a sort of spa, that is fit for swimming all year long.

Especially nice are the small fish that peck at your feet, at anyone who stands in one place for too long.


On the lake's shores are showers and restrooms.

Nearby is also a cafe, not that cheap, but nice.

The entrance fee is 12 euros per person.

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Gyermekvasutas Tornaterem
Gyermekvasutas Tornaterem
#About the Real Train that Kids Can Drive

In Hungary, since 1948m a train has been operating that is driven by kids between the ages of 10-14. The children's train rides along the 11-kilometer track and has passengers of all ages. The children's train was established in 1948 for a communist youth movement, as part of an educational procedural. From then and up to today, the scenic train rides along the green hills of the Buda area, the area near the capital Budapest. Actually, the children do everything - operate the train, drive the train, sell tickets, and check the passenger's tickets.

Train passengers can exit at any stop and walk around the walking trails around the forests. At the last stop, at János Hill (János-Hegy), most of the passengers get off for a wonderful view of Budapest.

Some of the train carriages are open-aired, and the atmosphere in the train is special, for all the rules for operating the train are conducted by children. For worried parents - adults supervise the safety of the train, and ensure that the kids are correctly fulfilling their jobs.


Bring food with you, as there are no places to buy.

At the end of the train, there is a bus to the city center, near Margaret Bridge and Margaret Island.

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Zamek Krlewski
The Royal Castle in Warsaw
#About the Royal Castle of the City of Warsaw

In the beautiful and colorful castle square, sits the Royal Castle of Warsaw, originally built in the 15th century. The castle served as the residence for the princes of Mazovian. After Warsaw became the capital of Poland, the castle served as a seat of the king and the government.

It was renovated several times in the past, and during World War II the castle was completely destroyed, mainly by the Nazis who sowed great destruction, both during the suppression of the Polish underground uprising and in their defeat.

The reconstruction of the King's Castle took place between 1971-1984 with the remains of it and its ruins. It was reconstructed in great detail, including frescoes and painted tiles, and antique furniture, works of art and impressive and authentic chandeliers being added.

Today you can see it in all its splendor, because of its iconic appearance and long history it is one of Warsaw's most prominent landmarks.

You can go on a tour of the castle and see donated or restored items, or enter exhibitions of various works of art. Note that in front of the castle is the castle square, and in the middle stands King Zygmunt. The clock tower, part of the castle complex, opens the way to the Old City.

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Limnoupolis Water Park
Limnoupolis Water Park
#About Chania's Water Park

Limnoupolis Water Park is a big water park found about 8 kilometers from Chania.

At Limnoupolis there are many rides, like an artificial river, inner tubing, and a lot of slides that we either open or enclosed. Some of these slides are thrilling and pump up your adrenaline, just like a roller coaster at an amusement park. There is also a large variety of water activities - pools of different sizes for different ages, sport areas for playing and more.


The park opens up at 10:00 am.

Try to arrive as early as possible, the park fills up fast.

Entrance is free to children up to three years old and for adults over 60 years old.

Buying food and drinks are very expensive here, try going to the park with food in your bag from the city.

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Grvin Wax Museum
Grevin Wax Museum
#About Prague's Wax Museum

As is acceptable in similar museums around the world, the Prague Wax Museum (Grévin Wax Museum) is a family entertainment attraction.

Apparently, already in the window of the museum you will see the realistic wax dolls of famous figures such as Charlie Chaplin or Harry Potter. Almost a hundred years separate them, but here, in the museum, they are right next to each other.

In this museum there are figures made out of wax, almost lifelike, of important figures from history, especially from Bohemian Czech. There are also famous figures from around the world. From politicians to leaders, Hollywood stars and singers, superheroes and comic figures, athletes, and movie characters - everyone here promises a fun and entertaining family outing.

The museum is inside an old building, and is a place for children, who even if they don't recognize Franz Kafka and King Karl, will enjoy taking photos with the well-known figures that they do know, from their favorite movies and online.

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Drum Museum
#About the Drum Museum of Japan

The Drum Museum is a private but impressive museum set up by a Japanese drum manufacturer. It exists for over 150 years, since 1861.

As you may have understood, this museum is devoted entirely to rhythm and sound. Drums play a central role in Japanese culture. This is mainly due to the role played by drums in the religious ritual practiced in Japan. It turns out that the Japanese, consider the drum to be a vessel with a great deal of sanctity.

The Tokyo Drum Museum presents many types of drums, from all corners of the world and from different time periods. Each drum has its own style, its design, the materials from which it is produced and of course - its characteristic sound. The surprise is that on most drums you can play as you wish!

By the way, if you're lucky, you'll be able to watch one of the spectacular drumming shows in the museum.

Due to the Japanese attitude to the drums, it is customary to respect the place.

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Tokyo Toy Museum
#About the Tokyo Toy Museum

The Tokyo Toy Museum, located in a former school, is a diverse and interesting museum, for both children and parents and sentimental adults. The museum presents alongside Japanese toys, toys from different cultures and countries around the world, and toys from different periods and times in history.

In the museum rooms, which used to be classrooms in the school, you can review different categories of toys. It begins with ancient Japanese toys, through traditional toys, interesting box games and toy rooms from far away places.

This museum loves babies and makes it easy for parents. In addition to the toy displays, the museum also has a pleasant relaxation space, nursing spaces, changing corners, baby care, a necessary souvenir shop and more.


It is worth visiting the museum's website about the changing exhibitions and the events that will take place during your stay in the city.

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Tokyo Dome City
#About the Wonderful Area for Children

Baseball, surprising as it may seem, is one of the most popular sports in Japan. The "Tokyo Dome" is a baseball stadium whose unique shape has earned it the nickname "The Great Egg of Tokyo" and is one of the most famous buildings in the city. This is where the "Yomiuri Giants" baseball team plays.

Even if the Tokyo Dome is a main sports stadium and stands out from the rest of the city's sports, it needs a firm and stable economic base. And so, in addition to its sports area, it also has an amusement park, which is part of an amusement complex that together creates the "Tokyo Dome City."

The complex includes the baseball stadium at its center, as well as the amusement park, a fun and playful experience for children and the whole family.

The amusement park, which is partially covered, re-opened in 2003 and now includes the following areas:

LaQua - an ultra-modern area, with a waterpark, a shopping center, restaurants, and an impressive ferris wheel.

Thunder Dolphin - the city's rollercoaster, that is excellent for both fear and excitement. The ride starts towards the roof of the main building, and dives to the center of the ferris wheel.

Toy Kingdom - an indoor complex perfect for rainy days, offering a number of rooms loaded with toys and educational amusements, just for young children to enjoy.

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National Science Museum
#About the Museum of National Nature and Science of Japan

You many see the National Science Museum when you are walking around Ueno Park. You can identify the museum by the old train locomotive and huge whale model next to it, which by the way are life size.

There are a variety of nature exhibits to learn from, and how mankind learns about science and technology. There are countless skeletons and stuffed animals of different species, along with technological innovations based on scientific discoveries and complex engineering developments, some of which were inspired by the animal world.

Children and their curiosity will discover here satellites, innovative devices and advanced spacecrafts in the innovation complex.

There is an experimental experience in weather events and various natural phenomena, such as simulating hurricanes, an interactive map of earthquakes, creating tsunamis, and more.

The museum devotes a great deal of resources to science innovations, to various scientific phenomena, to the evolution of life and nature in the world and to the preservation of the Earth. This is a place where children also enjoy the vast possibilities of experimenting with the various instruments, simulators and displays, and learn about the importance of preserving the Earth and its quality of life.

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Samurai Museum
#About the Sword Museum of Tokyo

The Samurai Museum, or the Tokyo Swords Museum, is a museum dedicated to the Japanese samurai, the legendary warriors who ruled the kingdom in the past and whose great spirits still prevail over the inhabitants of Japan and their culture.

In the museum you can see the samurai's clothing and tools, as well as an impressive collection of Japanese swords from the 12th century until the recent centuries.

Besides learning about Samurai culture and heritage, in this museum, located in Shinjuku, you can wear samurai clothes and experience battles with samurai swords as real as those used by these warriors in their great days and historical periods in which they led Japan.

This is an excellent museum worth visiting, for both history and culture lovers, as well as for cinema-loving children and young people, and "Kill Bill" swordsmanship battles fans.

#Who were the Samurais in Japan? - Courtesy of Eureka Encyclopedia

The samurai were leading noblemen in Japan and brave fighters who became the leaders of the Japanese nation. The samurai came from noble children, with each noble family giving one of its sons to samurai education.

The samurai were among the most significant and influential groups in Japanese history. Gradually, the samurai reached such impressive power and warfare that they took power from the 12th century to the middle of the 19th century.

It began in Japan, parallel to the Middle Ages in Europe. At the time, the samurai were fiercely defending their social status. They were one of the most influential groups in the history of Japan. Their code of conduct was strict and based on loyalty and respect. The "Bushido", in Japanese "the warrior's way" forced them to control the various martial arts, selflessly, economically, faithfully, and guardedly. Honor was so important that it often lead the samurai warrior to extreme acts, such as suicide after defeat or failure on the battlefield and a mission. Such suicide is known in Japan as Harakiri, or "Seppuku."

Their diverse clothing and weapons forced the samurai warrior to carry an armor and no less than two Katana swords, which were forged over many years. The sword was the symbol and the main symbol of the Bushido warrior morality, but among the other weapons that the samurai fighters had was a spear, an arrow and a bow, and later also rifles.

The weakening of the samurai and the decline of their culture did not stem from defeat. The reason for the fall of the Samurai was the modernization of the world since the Industrial Revolution and the new relations between the nations of this new world. The 19th-century peace between Japan and the Western powers, as well as the growing trade with them, reduced the need for old-fashioned warriors of the samurai type. They strengthened the bureaucrats, who would become more and more powerful in modern Japan, until they replaced the samurai as the leaders of Japan.

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Disneyland Paris
#About the Most Popular Amusement Park in Europe

Half an hour away from Paris is Disneyland Paris, known to many in its previous name "Euro Disney." This amusement park, the most successful one in Europe, is located in Marne-la-Vallee, France.

Disneyland Paris is intended mainly for small children and fans of Disney, but, who doesn't get excited about a land of adventure that will bring you many experiences with pirates, trains or abandoned caves? Who will not enjoy sleeping beauty's castle and the mass of experiences from movies that suddenly become real and amusing?

In the Wild West country you will experience the wild and amusing America of the 19th century, inside the phantom estate you will recognize a thousand friendly and amusing ghosts, like skeletons that remove their hat, and their head remains in their hands.

There is also Disney's classic fantasy land, the many familiar characters from Disney's animation, and Sleeping Beauty's Castle, with the park around it, the dragon in the basement and the surrounding square trees and much more.

Do not miss out on the futuristic section; theres a ride on a spacecraft with the Star Wars robot.

#Important Tips

This place is worth arriving early in the morning. Take the train to the end of the park as soon as the park opens and start there, so you can enjoy the attractions before the crowds reach them, without long lines and waiting.

FastPass card allows you to take a ticket at the counter at no extra charge to arrive at the desired attraction at the designated time, until that time you will walk around to other attractions instead of standing in line! - Be sure not to be late!

When shopping, ask for all your shopping to be collected at the park gate, and gather them when you exit. By the way, all the shops sell the same things so you do not have to go through all of them.

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Hong Kong's Escalators
#About the Longest Escalators in the World

Hong Kong's Escalators are a system of escalators that were built in the 1990's, and are considered the longest in the world. Using this form of public transportation, about one kilometer long, connects different platforms in the city. Over 50,000 Hong Kong residents use the escalators every day.

The escalator system includes 20 escalators, external as well as covered. These connect the Down Town, the Financial Center in Hong Kong Island, to the Mid-Level area located higher up, and the Upper Area, a prestigious district of the island.

Actually, the longest escalator in the world was built in 1993 to minimize traffic on the street. Hong Kong won twice, because beyond the importance of the escalator systems as a form of efficient and environmental transportation, this also became a popular tourist attraction.

The escalators in Hong Kong have a timetable, that change depending on the direction you are headed. From 6 am and until 10:20 am you can see hundreds of thousands of people getting off on one of the 20 different exits. At 10:20 am the direction of the escalators change, and they move up. This direction, going up, ends at midnight.

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Ocean Park
#About the Amusement Park with the World's Largest Aquarium

Ocean Park in Hong Kong is an entertainment complex, the largest in south and east Asia. This is a huge and wonderful park, that is a wonderful entertaining complex in Hong Kong, for families and children. Children and adults will enjoy the experience alike.

Ocean Park is located on the side of a hill, on the southern side of Hong Kong. A cable railway connects both parts of the park.

Ocean Park is considered the large amusement park on the southern side of Hong Kong Island, an amusement park with many exciting rides, some real beath-stoppers. In addition to the many roller coasters and water rides, you will find the large aquarium.

The large amusement park is the size of 650,000 square meters. It is divided into two sections. First, the largest aquarium in the world, that hosts dolphin and sea lion shows, with rides and varied activities. Next to it, the second section the amusement park full of different things, offering many rides.

#What Will You See Here?

In the two mains parts, Ocean Park offers many activities and different experiences. There are tastes from different "worlds," a world for young children for example, and a peek into Chinese history during different periods.

In the younger part of the park, for small children, you can watch panda bears, crocodiles, different birds, and butterflies. There are dolphin and sea lion feedings, a pagoda with goldfish, a butterfly house, sea lion shows and a shark tank. At the same time, there are also many rides and activities for young children, game stalls, art corners, and magic shows.

In the second and more challenging section, there are many extreme activities, like dropping elevators, roller coasters and whitewater rafting. There are also rides for those who like the middle ground, less frightening, like the Ferris wheel and long cable car.

In the amusement and ride areas, there are nice and well-maintained gardens. A great escalator takes you up from level to level, and special vehicles for children provide a driving experience and a little action. The highlight has to be gondola-like cable car, that in a few minutes will take up to the top of the hill and to the large aquarium.

In the Chinese World in the park, there are wonderful shows that include traditional dances, acrobatics, and juggling.


Order your tickets in advance and you can simply skip the line.

To avoid the tourist crowds, try coming to Ocean Park right at opening hours.

For a combination with Victoria's Peak, try leaving at 3:00 pm to the cable car station, and go to to the wonderful "Peak" view towards the amazing city, before and during the sunset.

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Great Attractions for Kids


#About the Largest Floating Restaurant in the World

Jumbo in the Aberdeen neighborhood in south Hong Kong, is the largest floating restaurant in history. With a few floors for dining, it is a real tourist attraction.

Thanks to the great menu and the traditional Chinese decorations, Jumbo, established in 1976, has won world-renowned fame. At the entrance is a souvenir store, and near the store an aquarium for good luck. There is also a gallery with pictures of famous diners, including Hollywood stars, and Elizabeth II, the Queen of England.

The largest floating restaurant in the world has its own ferry, The Jumbo Ferry, that takes the customers for free to the restaurant, and returns then back to shore.
To enjoy the great restaurant, get on board one of the floors of the restaurant. This is not a chef restaurant, however the food is high quality and tasty, and the main reason to dine at Jumbo's is first and foremost to visit the impressive float.


Reserve a table in advance, in the link attached below.

If you want a relaxing meal with a good view, go up to the top deck of the restaurant. Sit at the corner or the deck and enjoy a beautiful view with your meal.

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Bruce Lee Statue
#About the Statue of the Legend of Cinema Kung Fu

The Bruce Lee Statue, on the magnificent Kowloon promenade, is located in what is called the "Hong Kong Star Avenue." Lee, the Kung Fu movie star, who symbolized justice and honesty in his films, was born in the United States but moved to Hong Kong as a child. He became famous in a series of films in which he demonstrated impressive martial arts skills. He died in 1973. His death at the age of 32, has been officially tied to cerebral edema, although conspiracy theories claim otherwise.

The bronze statue shows Lee in his classic pose, shirtless in his upper body and holding his weapon, the Nunchaku. The sculpture was founded at the initiative of the Bruce Lee Club in Hong Kong, which also financed the sculpture. The club members, by the way, originally intended to build a museum for the esteemed star, but failed to raise enough money and a suitable place in the city for a museum. So the statue was finally placed in the Kowloon area, a place is formerly known as the Hong Kong Martial Arts Center.

#Who Was Bruce Lee?

Bruce Lee, the hero of Kung Fu movies of the 1970's, is memorialized in a statue in Hong Kong that was placed here for his 65th birthday. The bronze statue cost $150,000, and commemorated the one who was named "The most prominent Chinese Movie Star in the 20th Century."

The inspirational story of Bruce Lee begins in 1955, when he was 14 years old he lost in a street fight between gangs who he fought. He decided to dedicate his life studying Kung Fu, and learned at the Hong Kong Martial Arts Center. His decision took an interesting turn when instead of being a gang member, he decided to act in movies about Chinese martial arts. From there he shot up and became an international movie star, when in a series of box office hits in the 1970's, he revealed Kung Fu to the world.

He became famous with Kung Fu movies, Lee became a huge star in China, and later on across the globe. He got famous especially after the movie "Big Boss" in 1972, and in 1973 "Dragon," "Fist of Fury," and "Return of the Dragon." These movies got him international fame and respect in the history of cinema and the movie industry.

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Peak Circle Walk
#About the Great Walking Trail at the Peak

At Victoria Peak there are walking trails. The nicer of the trails is the Peak Circle Walk that goes around the peak and gives a chance to enjoy the air from the peak and the beautiful view below.

The trail, about 3.5 kilometers, is called the Peak Circle Walk, and it ends at the shopping center at the top of the mountain called the "Gallery."

While walking you can be impressed by the green surroundings, where the rich of Hong Kong live and enjoy walking in real nature, seconds from one of the most crowded and inhabited cities in the world.


If you go on the walk about half an hour before the sun sets in the opposite direction (start at Harlech Road and not Lugard Road), you can enjoy the view of the southern side of the island in the afternoon sun. The surprise will come with the sunset, where you will see the wonderful Hong Kong view in the twilight, and the lights turning on across the big city, preparing for darkness.

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Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
#About the Museum that Specializes in Tea

The Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware is a museum that specializes in everything having to do with tea, the traditional Chinese ceremony that accompanies it and the tools for making tea. Here you can learn about the history and literary side of tea in the Chinese culture.

The museum is located in an elegant colonial villa, located inside the Hong Kong Park. The villa was built in 1840, and was used in the past as the office of the general of the British forces in Hong Kong. In 1984 the building officially became a museum.

The museum exhibits the evolution of tea, ceremonies and cultural ties and research having to do with teas. There is an impressive display here of varied tea instruments, including ancient ceramic pots that were used by historical Chinese dynasties. You can even see pre-historic tools, that possibly were used to create the drink.

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Hong Kong Park
Hong Kong Dolphinwatch
Disneyland Hong Kong
Ma Wan Park
Tian Tan Buddha

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