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We had an absolutely perfect day with our tour guide - Rogin Luo - who took us for a hike along The Great Wall! Didn't know what to expect and were thrilled to have him as our guide. Very imformative, knowledgable and fun! We go to experience a part of The Great Wall that was unrestored and see all its natural beauty. Got a long history lesson along the way!

After the hike, we all went to lunch at a small place at the bottom of the hill. Located in a house, we ate lunch in the proprietors bedroom! What a hoot! Rogin is the Best of the Best! This tour company delivered for us and we are extremely grateful.

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Hongkong Restaurants
Hongkong cuisine mainly gathers in Tsim Sha Tsui, Wangjiao, the Middle Ring, Causeway Bay and so on. The most recommended places are Lan Kwai Fong, SOHO, Lei Yue Mun, as well as Lamma Island.

Causeway Bay
In Causeway Bay, budget eateries serve delicious noodles and other Asian fare. The dining scene here is eclectic and informal, with many small, brightly lit and cheerfully noisy restaurants. Don't miss the glamorous boutique shopping at Times Square and Lee Theatre Plaza. Then again, the Japanese department stores nearby the Excelsior Hotel offer top quality and real bargains whenever there is a sale.

In addition to continental dining offered at myriad top-flight hotel restaurants, such as The Conrad, you will find Ruth's Chris Steakhouse serving up juicy and meaty mains, and Ye Shanghai, offering northern Chinese delicacies, in Admiralty.
The Peak Lookout in Central provides good eats with a dazzling view, while Rico's will tempt you with tasty Spanish paella; Veda's Indian curries will transport you to spice heaven; and the fine French dishes at La Cité will leave you reeling with delight.

Wan Chai
The harbourfront location of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre was once a favourite haunt for sailors. Nowadays, the neighbourhood has turned naughty-but-nice, with fun nightclubs, bars and eateries springing up amid the sample clothing outlets and electronics stores.
Enjoyable night-time hangouts serving cocktails that don't cost an arm and a leg – Chinatown, Coyote, Delaney's, Devil's Advocate, Mes Amis, The Groovy Mule and The White Stag – are all close to the Wharney Hotel. Wan Chai is the place to be for a low-key evening out or to catch a glimpse of the world of Suzy Wong.

Sheung Wan
Birds' nest soup, dried shark's fin and ginseng… these are a few of Hong Kong's favourite things, all yours to enjoy in this historical part of the island. Vegetarian fare is also available, not too far from the Novotel Century Harbourview Hotel, at the charming Po Lin Yuen restaurant.
As you wander the narrow, winding lanes, you'll notice that a dai pai dong (a small, traditional Hong Kong-style eatery) is always close at hand. There, you can sip hot or iced “ying yang” – a surprisingly refreshing Cantonese tea, coffee and condensed milk beverage.

Quarry Bay
North Point's markets and residential buildings gently yield to Quarry Bay, where blocks of sugar warehouses have been converted into modern business complexes. Recently home to the head offices of publishing houses, banks, and hi-tech equipment distributors, Tong Chong Street's international restaurants and open-air bars have become the newest hip places to relax with friends. Whether it is the lunch buffet at Mother India, drinks at the East End Brewery (2EB) or dinner at Thai Orchid, this is one of the island's latest hotspots. Here, you'll find plenty more dining opportunities, all in striking distance of the Grand Plaza Hotel. And just minutes away, you'll find Cityplaza – a grand shopping mall with its own ice skating rink and superb eateries, conveniently located at Taikoo Shing Station.

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