Hong Kong: A Traveller's Guide
Publisher: Hong Kong Tourism Board 2014
Number of pages: 51
Hong Kong, Asia's world city, offers you the opportunity to experience a vibrant culture featuring a unique fusion where 'east-meets-west'. Instilled with an exciting duality of a modern city's vitality enhanced by a traditional society's historical richness and colour, this incredible destination is sure to amaze you.
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