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    • NINA FOSSIL GARDEN
      1 minutes on foot

      Address: 8 Yeung Uk Rd, Tsuen Wan

      Description: Archaeology and Indiana Jones enthusiasts will enjoy exploring the Nina Fossil Garden. The Nina Fossil Garden is a collection of fossils from the late Nina Wang. The garden aims to educate visitors about fossils and to encourage them to respect and preserve our present environment for future generations. Complimentary guided tours are available every Sunday. Visitors are required to register at the Information Center on the first floor of the Nina Shopping Mall.

      URL: http://www.ninafossilgarden.com/
    • SAM TUNG UK MUSEUM
      5 minutes by taxi

      Address: 2 Kwu Uk Lane, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong

      Description: The Sam Tung Uk Museum serves as a reminder of the old rural communities of Tsuen Wan and their bustling village and agricultural life. This preserved dwelling is kept in a 200-year-old rural walled village. 

      URL: http://www.heritagemuseum.gov.hk/en_US/web/hm/museums/samtunguk.html
    • OLD HOUSE, HOI PA VILLAGE
      13 minutes on foot

      Description: Visitors can step back in time by visiting this century old house. The house is a rare remaining example of southern Chinese village architecture and will give visitors a glimpse into life in Hong Kong during the olden days. 

      URL: http://vhe.lcsd.gov.hk/vhe/FEBS?pageAction=INTRO&langNo=1&bsid=12
    • TSUEN WAN TOWN HALL
      10 minutes on foot

      Description: Get up close to modern Chinese culture at the Tsuen Wan Town Hall. The Town Hall has an auditorium, a Cultural Activities Hall and an Exhibition Hall amongst other facilities to showcase performances and other activities.

      URL: http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/twth/index.html
    • YEUNG UK ROAD MARKET
      2 minutes on foot

      Address: 45 Yeung Uk Road, Tsuen Wan

      Description: Join the locals in shopping for seafood at the wet market. The market is famous for its live seafood so be prepared to get a little wet with all the seafood splashing around. Fresh fruit and vegetables are also sold on a different level of the market for those who prefer to be surrounded by something less wet.
    • TSUEN WAN PARK
      5 minutes on foot

      Address: 59 Wing Shun Street, Tsuen Wan

      Description: Guests can go for a jog or stretch their legs with a walk around the lake at the Tsuen Wan Park. As it lies next to the water, the park has a maritime theme and also includes fountains, a playground, amphitheater and tennis courts.

      URL: http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/parks/twp/index.html
    • TSUEN WAN RIVIERA PARK
      13 minutes on foot

      Address: 2A Yi Hong Street, Tsuen Wan

      Description: The Tsuen Wan Riviera Park caters for all ages and offers a nice stroll along the waterfront. The park is packed with facilities such as tennis courts, basketball courts and playgrounds as well as walking trails, a jogging track and fitness equipment for those looking to keep fit outdoors. 

      URL: http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/parks/twrp/index.html
    • YUEN YUEN INSTITUTE
      10 minutes by taxi

      Address: Sam Dip Tam, Lo Wai Road, Tsuen Wan

      Description: Among the hills of the New Territories, north east of Tsuen Wan, is the Yuen Yuen Institute. The institute helps promote the principles of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism in a scenic environment. The ground include temples, monasteries and prayer halls with its main building a replica of Beijing's Temple of Heaven.

      URL: http://www.yuenyuen.org.hk/
    • WESTERN MONASTERY
      8 minutes by taxi

      Address: Sam Dip Tam, Lo Wai Road, Tsuen Wan

      Description: Visitors can take a break from Hong Kong's hustle and bustle by calming their senses at the tranquil Western Monastery. Located in Tsuen Wan, the monastery showcases traditional Chinese architecture with a Chinese styled palace and a nine story high pagoda being the key attractions.

      URL: http://www.wm.org.hk/
    • CHUK LAM SIM (BAMBOO FOREST) MONASTERY
      6 minutes by taxi

      Address: Fu Yung Shan Road, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong

      Description: Walled villages and the Bamboo Forest Monastery are just a stone’s throw away from L’hotel Nina. Walk to some of Hong Kong’s oldest heritage sites and soak up the history, emotion and architecture from old dwellings, temples and monasteries. 

      URL: http://www.chuklamsimyuen.org/
    • YUEN TSUEN ANCIENT TRAIL
      30 minutes by taxi

      Description: Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail is old trading route between Tsuen Wan and Yuen Long that is a 12.5km-long historic trail through Tai Lam Country Park. From here visitors can experience Hong Kong with a bird’s eye view of the world-famous Tsing Ma Bridge spanning the Ma Wan Channel. 

      URL: http://hiking.gov.hk/eng/trail_list/country_trail/Yuen_Tsuen_Ancient_Trail/introduction.htm
    • SHING MUN RESERVOIR HIKE
      25 minutes by taxi

      Address: Shing Mun, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong

      Description: Hong Kong is as rich in flora and fauna as it is in world-class skyscrapers, and this trail takes hikers into the heart of it all. The Shing Mun Reservoir is a great source of fresh water and home to many species of butterflies and migratory birds and makes the perfect afternoon hike for natural lovers to Hong Kong. This walk spans from Kam Sheung Road to Tai Mo Shan, the tallest point in Hong Kong through to Lead Mine Pass and the Pineapple Dam before arriving at the reservoir. Use a full day to enjoy this picturesque walk. 

      URL: http://www.afcd.gov.hk/english/country/cou_vis/cou_vis_cou/cou_vis_cou_sm/cou_vis_cou_sm.html
    • HONG KONG GLOBAL GEOPARK OF CHINA
      1 hour by taxi

      Description: The Hong Kong Global Geopark of China covers an area of 50 square kilometers extending across the Eastern and Northeastern New Territories, showcasing Hong Kong’s timeless and intriguing natural beautiful landforms. Visitors can book Geopark tours but should check beforehand as they are seasonal.  

      URL: www.geopark.gov.hk
      Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5K2t-hg6Og
    • TSUEN WAN SHOPPING CENTERS
      Walking distance

      Address: Tsuen Wan

      Description: Shopping enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice in Tsuen Wan with so many shopping centres across the district. Shoppers will find everything they want, and more. 

      Tsuen Wan shopping centres:
    • TUNG CHUNG CITYGATE OUTLETS
      23 minutes by taxi

      Address: Tung Chung

      Description: Visit Hong Kong's first outlet mall and enjoy international brands offering discounts of at least 30% off. Everything from designer fashion to beauty and accessories to children’s wear can be found at great prices. The mall also features a cinema and a number of restaurants, plus an outdoor kinetic fountain so everyone will be catered for. 

      URL: http://www.citygateoutlets.com.hk/home/Pages/home.aspx
    • MARITIME SQUARE
      10 minutes by taxi

      Address: 33 Tsing King Road, Tsing Yi

      Description: Browse through 500,000 square feet of shops and restaurants in a shopping mall that is based on an ocean theme. Located at Tsing Yi MTR station, the ocean themed mall will take care of all shopping and eating needs and desires. 

      URL: http://www.maritimesquare.com/
    • ELEMENTS
      13 minutes by taxi 

      Address: 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong

      Description: Located above the MTR Kowloon station, Elements is home to some of the world’s most prestigious and dynamic fashion brands. Visit Civic Square on 3/F for a unique alfresco dining experience.

      URLhttp://www.elementshk.com/
    • CENTRAL/IFC MALL
      15 minutes by taxi

      Address: 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong

      Description: Explore one of Hong Kong's premier shopping destinations at the IFC mall. The luxurious mall is home to over 200 international brands, top restaurants, bars and a cinema. With the harbor as its backdrop, visitors are sure to have a pleasant shopping and dining experience at the IFC mall.

      URLhttp://www.ifc.com.hk/en/index.html
    • TSIM SHA TSUI
      20 minutes by taxi

      Address: Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

      Description: One of Hong Kong’s busiest districts with a never ending line of stalls, shops, markets, restaurants and malls. Everything visitors need to complete their Hong Kong experience can be found here. High end brand name flagship stores sit along Canton Road and fill the Harbour City shopping center giving shoppers a high street shopping experience. Those not inclined to shop may find it fascinating to witness throngs of shoppers queuing outside high end stores. Several up market restaurants and bars offer breathtaking views of the harbor and the famous Hong Kong skyline giving visitors a chance to enjoy great meals with even greater views.

      Some of the major shopping centers are:
    • MONG KOK

      17 minutes by taxi

      Address: Mong Kok, Kowloon

      Description: Mong Kok is one of the world’s most crowded locations, and for good reason. The area boasts a fabulous array of markets giving visitors plenty of opportunities to test their haggling skills over nearly any imaginable product whilst also trying the best in local street cuisine.

    • YUE KEE ROASTED GOOSE RESTAURANT
      11 minutes by taxi

      Address: 9 Sham Hong Road, Sham Tseng, New Territories

      Description: Lining an alley in Sham Tseng close to Tai Wo Hau MTR station is a street full of roast goose restaurants. Its most famous occupant being, Yue Kee, famed for their charcoal roasted goose and house specialties like soy-braised goosefeet, garlic-fried kidneys and more. A meal here is certain to be a gastronomic adventure for all.

      URL: http://www.yuekee.com.hk/
    • CANTON POT
      12 minutes by taxi

      Address: 2/F, Lodgewood by L’hotel Mongkok, 1131 Canton Road, Mongkok

      Description: canton pot specializes in traditional Chinese hotpot cuisine served with premium soup bases and high quality meat. The restaurant serve a modern take on this tradition Chinese style cuisine presenting dishes in a western style and even offering delicious western desserts. Such are the high standards of canton pot that even the dumplings and herbal tea are all homemade. Vegetarians won’t be missing out as over 30% of the menu feature vegetarian dishes and they can select vegetarian soup bases.

      URL: http://lhotelgroupdev.cloudapp.net/hotel/lodgewood-by-lhotel-mongkok/Wine-Dine/canton-pot
    • CHOI LUNG RESTAURANT
      23 minutes by taxi

      Address: 2 Chuen Lung Estate, Route Twisk Tsuen Wan

      Description: Choi Lung Restaurant is a 40-year-old Chinese restaurant is perched mid-way up Tai Mo Shan and famed for using fresh spring water to brew its tea. The family run business is well known for their different types of dim sum, quail’s egg Shao Mai and other traditional foods and teas. 
    • HONG KONG DISNEYLAND
      17 minutes by taxi

      Address: Lantau Island, Hong Kong

      Description: Discover the magic of Hong Kong Disneyland by spending an enchanting day with everyone’s favorite Disney characters. Opened in 2005, the theme park is split into seven areas giving families the opportunity to wander through and explore different facets and rides of the park. Unlike its Disney counterparts around the world, Hong Kong’s Disneyland comes with a Chinese twist having consulted a feng shui master during construction of the park. The park is constantly expanding with the latest addition Mystic Point opening in 2013. Hong Kong Disneyland is easily accessible by MTR making it for a relaxing and fun day out with tickets easily purchased at the élan concierge.

      URL: https://www.hongkongdisneyland.com/
    • OCEAN PARK HONG KONG
      25 minutes by taxi

      Address: Ocean Park Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong

      Description: Come explore one of Asia’s most popular entertainment destinations. Ocean Park, Hong Kong’s very own theme park combines thrilling rides with up close animal experiences. Their impressive aquarium is home to several creatures of the deep whilst visitors can expect to see penguins and some unexpected koalas and kangaroos in action! Travel back in time by exploring the Old Hong Kong section of the park or for those not afraid of ghosts, pay a visit during Halloween when the park enjoys a scary makeover and morphs into an even more thrilling experience for visitors.

      URL: http://www.oceanpark.com.hk/
    • NOAH'S ARK HONG KONG AND MA WAN PARK
      13 minutes by taxi

      Address: 33 Pak Yan Road, Ma Wan, New Territories

      Description: A full sized replica of Noah’s Ark can be found in the New Territories. The replica is a four-story building that houses a 4D cinema, activity centers and exhibition venues. Outside the Noah’s Ark is Ark Garden featuring 67 pairs of life sized animal sculptures as well as an Adventureland with rope course challenges for those after an adrenaline rush. Ma Wan Park features a beautiful nature garden with modern art pieces which reflect the nature’s natural beauty.

      URL: http://www.noahsark.com.hk/eng/index.jsp
    • HK3D MUSEUM
      21 minutes by taxi

      Address: 96 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

      Description: Tourists will need to make sure their cameras are ready and fully charged before they dive into the 3D world of illusions and trick art at the HK3D Museum. The 3D museum features local Hong Kong and Chinese culture as well as special 3D exhibitions, all sure to have visitors in funny and memorable poses with the photos sure to impress family and friends.

      URL: http://www.hk3dm.com.hk/
    • TSIM SHA TSUI PROMENADE
      22 minutes by taxi

      Address: Promenade, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

      Description: Go for a stroll along the Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong’s answer to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Avenue runs along the water and provides a picture perfect view of the Hong Kong skyline. It is also a great location from which to enjoy the Symphony of Lights show which begins at 8pm every night. Compare hands with Hong Kong celebrity handprints and try an action pose next to a life size bronze statue of action hero Bruce Lee.

      URL: http://www.avenueofstars.com.hk/eng/home.asp
    • ASIAWORLD-EXPO
      25 minutes by taxi

      Address: Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong

      Description: Visitors may catch a show, attend a concert and visit an exhibition or convention at the AsiaWorld-Expo. The area has over 70,000 square meters of rentable space to be used for an assortment of activities and its location at Hong Kong airport makes it easily accessible, especially for those coming from overseas.

      URL: http://www.asiaworld-expo.com.hk/html/en/Default.html/
    • NGONG PING 360
      55 minutes by taxi

      Address: Lantau Island, Hong Kong

      Description: Take in the lush scenery of Lantau Island from above by travelling from Tung Chung to Ngong Ping Village on a 5.7km cable car journey. Ngong Ping is a culturally themed village with a variety of dining and entertainment options. From Ngong Ping visitors can take a short walk to the Big Buddha, the Po Lin Monastery and Wisdom Path.

      URL: http://www.np360.com.hk/
    • TIAN TAN BUDDHA

      55 minutes by taxi

      Address: Po Lin Monastery, Ngong Ping, Lantau Island

      Description: Tian Tan Buddha, otherwise known as the Big Buddha draws pilgrims and tourists alike. The 34 metre tall bronze statue sits on a 26.4 metre high lotus throne and requires visitors to climb 268 steps to get a closer look at the statue. Made in 1993 after 12 years of labor, the statue consists of 160 bronze pieces and can even be seen from Macau on a clear day!

      URL: http://www.plm.org.hk/

    • TAI O VILLAGE
      50 minutes by taxi

      Address: Lantau Island, Hong Kong

      Description: Journey out to the oldest fishing village in Hong Kong at Tai O. Regarded as the "Venice of Hong Kong", this community is made up of fishermen who have built their homes on stilts along the water. Small boats are available to take tourists on tours around the water including to see pink dolphins. Back on land visitors can enjoy the local delicacies of the fishing village including dried seafood, salted fish and homemade shrimp sauce.

      URL: http://www.np360.com.hk/en/lantau