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KEY TO TSIM SHA TSUI 1 Ships Berth - Ocean Terminal 2 Star Ferry Pier 3 Hong Kong Tourist
Information Office 4 Clock Tower 5 HK Cultural Centre 6 HK Space Museum
( currently closed for renovation ) 7 HK Museum of Art
( currently closed for renovation ) 8 Waterfront Promenade 9 International Direct Dial
Telephone 10 Signal Hill Garden 11 1881 Heritage ( site of the Old
Marine Police HQ Building ) 12 Tsim Sha Tsui ( Station ) 13 Jordan ( Station ) 14 Kowloon Park 15 Kowloon Mosque &
Islamic Centre 16 Tsim Sha Tsui Police HQ 17 Kowloon Cricket Club 18 HK Museum of History 19 HK Science Museum 20 Hung Hom Station

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Whilst every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this guide , some of the information included is subject to change . Opening times , admission details and prices were correct at time of going to print , however they should only be used as an indication . If you find any information to be incorrect , or have any suggestions for what else we could include in this guide , then we would like to hear from you . Write to : The Editors , Cunard Line Port Guides , Cunard Line , Floor 3 , Shore Operations . Carnival House , 100 Harbour Parade , Southampton , SO15 1ST .

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Make the most of your time ashore .

V Port of Call . YOUR GUIDE TO HONG KONG

Vivid and vibrant - a visual feast of cultures . Since 1 July 1997 , Hong Kong has been an autonomous territory of mainland China . A thriving community devoted to business with amazing contrasts , mirrored skyscrapers , paddy fields , luxurious shopping malls and colourful street markets .

INTRODUCING HONG KONG Hong Kong is undoubtedly one of the most exciting destinations in the world . A truly impressive skyline of modern skyscrapers outlines the busy harbour , which is full of sampans , junks , ferries and foreign cargo ships . The streets are crowded and full of colour with people going about their daily business . There will be so many sights and sounds for you to take in that your day in Hong Kong is sure to be simply unforgettable . Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region of the People ' s Republic of China , lying on the south - east coast of China . The total land area is 424 square miles ( 1 , 100 square kilometres ) , comprising Hong Kong Island , Kowloon and the New Territories , plus 260 outlying Islands Hong Kong enjoys a subtropical climate : the summers are hot and humid , while the autumn months are much cooler with very little rain . The average winter temperature 16°C ( 61°F ) , with a humidity of 73 % . The 1st July 1997 marked the historic date of Hong Kong ' s reversion to Chinese sovereignity . Under a unique arrangement referred to as " One Country . Two Systems " , the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region ( HKSAR ) of China enjoys a degree of autonomy . Hong Kong was mostly under - developed up until the mid 19th century , There is evidence that the islands of Lamma and Lanta were inhabited by fishermen many thousands of years ago and in the Middle Ages pirates lived in Aberdeen . Regular trade between China and Britain began in 1700 and the British traders operated from Macau , a Portuguese colony near Canton . Due to rapid trade expansion Britain needed a Chinese base to operate from and in 1841 , Captain Charles Elliot occupied Hong Kong for this purpose . At that time , trade in opium was flourishing and the British were making huge profits from its sale to the Chinese , much to the disgust of the Emperor of China , and as a result he banned opium . Trade still continued , however , until General Lin Tse - Hsu demanded that all opium supplies be surrendered and then destroyed . William Jardine and James Matheson , the most successful opium traders , persuaded the British Government to use force and resist the ban . General Lin had the opium factory in Canton surrounded and eventually the British surrendered 20 , 000 chests of opium . General Lin hoped that normal trading ( other than in opium ) would continue between the two countries , but this was not to be . Lord Palmerston demanded full payment for the 20 , 000 chests of opium seized from the Canton factory and a treaty for free trade . Fighting once again erupted and Captain Elliot took Hong Kong island as he felt it would be an ideal centre for British trade with China and a good place for the British and their families to live . The British Government were unhappy with his choice and the Foreign Secretary wrote to Elliot , " you have obtained the cession of Hong Kong , a bare island with hardly a home upon it . Now it seems obvious that Hong Kong will not be a mart of trade . . . " ( if only someone had given him a crystal ball ! ) . As a result , Elliot was replaced by Sir Henry Pottinger who became the first Governor of Hong Kong and from then on the island was on the road to becoming " a vast emporium of commerce and wealth " .

In 1842 , Lord Palmerston ' s demands were finally met and relations between Britain and China returned to normal . In 1907 , the opium trade was finally stopped . In 1860 , Britain gained the Kowloon peninsula and in 1898 the New Territories were released to Britain for 99 years . Since then Hong Kong has become an important Far East trade and financial centre and a popular tourist destination , the only interruption to its growth being the Japanese occupation during the Second World War . Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People ' s Republic of China was established as of 1st July 1997 . Under the Sino - British Joint Declaration on the future of Hong Kong , signed in 1984 and registered with the United Nations , the reversion of sovereignty brings very little change . This has been guaranteed by China in the Basic Law . Hong Kong ' s capitalist system will remain unchanged for at least 50 years . The terriority will be free to continue its own political , social and economic systems , and will enjoy a high degree of autonomy except in foreign affairs and defence matters . Hong Kong is now run by Hong Kong people . The government is headed by a Chief Executive who is a Hong Kong citizen , selected by a Selection Committee comprised of Hong Kong people , rather than a Governor appointed by the Queen in the UK . Hong Kong will keep its own laws ( British common law system ) . The Judiciary will remain independent with a Final Court of Appeal based in Hong Kong , Hong Kong will maintain its existing border and its own immigration controls . Controls will be maintained on the movement of people from China into Hong Kong EXPLORING Tsim Sha Tsui Nathan Road is Kowloon ' s main thoroughfare and it is teeming with life day and night . Many of the hotels are located here on Hong Kong ' s " Golden Mile " of shopping and nightlife . Near Star Ferry Pier is China Hong Kong City Shopping Complex , where the ferries depart for China and Macau . Star Ferry Hong Kong ' s famous Star Ferry operates a continuous service between Kowloon and Hong Kong . The boats are green and white and crewed by Chinese all kitted out in navy blue sailor suits . The journey takes seven minutes across the busy harbour and it ' s an ideal way to take in the fascinating harbour scene . From 6 . 30am - 11 . 30am . Cultural Centre The Cultural Centre is along Kowloon ' s waterfront and comprises of a Concert Hall , a Grand Theatre with a revolving stage and an electrically operated orchestra . The Studio theatre is used solely for dance and drama productions . The complex has four restaurants serving good Chinese and European food .

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Hong Kong Museum of Art Adjacent to the Cultural Centre on 10 Salisbury Road , Tsim Sha Tsui . The six galleries of this museum feature historical and contemporary Hong Kong art , Chinese art and antiquities , the Xubaizhai Gallery and a Special Exhibitions Gallery . This museum is currently close for a major renovation project and is due to reopen in 2018 or 2019 . The Space Museum Located near the Cultural Centre , the Sky Shows and films featured in the museum ' s Space Theatre are so real that you will really think you are in space instead of just looking at it . The wide - screen Omnimax and Sky Shows are worth seeing and these are presented daily . The planetarium is one of the largest in the world . Open from 1 . 00pm 9 . 00pm weekdays , apart from Tuesday when it is closed , and 10 . 00am 9 . 00pm on weekends . Hong Kong Science Museum Of the 500 exhibits , sixty percent are " hands on " . Discover the mysteries of science with displays ranging from robotics to communications . Open Monday , Tuesday , Wednesday and Friday 1 . 00pm - 9 . 00pm . Weekends and Public Holidays from 10 . 00am - 9 . 00pm . Closed Thursday , Jade Market Held every day from 10 . 00am - 4 . 00pm in Canton Road , Kowloon There are around 450 stalls selling a staggering amount of jade at a wide range of prices . Bird Garden Song birds have long been prized in China and this is where you can see hundreds of birds for sale . Open from 7 . 00am - 6 . 00pm and located in Flower Market Road , near Mong Kok Stadium . Hong Kong Museum of History The scope of the Museum ' s collections of over 75 , 000 items covers the areas of archaeology , local history , ethnography and natural history , forming the most important archives of objects relating to Hong Kong ' s history and heritage in the world . Open at 10 . 00am - 6 . 00pm , weekdays except Tuesday , Open 10 . 00am - 7 . 00pm on Sundays and some public holidays . Central The Central Business district has modern , high - rise blocks housing international banks , hotels and up - market shopping malls . Victoria Peak The Peak Tram , said to be the steepest funicular railway in the world , has been running since 1888 . The 7 - minute journey takes you up to Victoria Peak where you will be able to get a 360 degree panoramic view of Hong Kong Island , Kowloon and the New Territories . Join the tram at the terminal on Garden Road for an exhilarating ride to the 1 , 305 feet high summit . There are lots of good restaurants at the ' Peak Tower ' and the ' Peak Galleria ' , a few shops to look round as well as several walking routes which encircle the peak . There is also a Madame Tussauds located at the Peak Tower . The tram runs daily from 7 . 00am - Midnight . Zoological and Botanical Gardens On Upper Albert Road , Victoria . Arrive here early morning and you will glimpse the Chinese practising the ancient exercise regime of t ' ai chi ch ' uan ( shadow boxing ) which looks like ballet in very slow motion . The zoo has a collection of monkeys , jaguars and colourful jungle birds and is home to many endangered species . Open from 6 . 00am - 7 . 00pm daily . Hong Kong Park Near the Admiralty MTR Station on Supreme Court Road you will find the entrance to this 8 - hectare park with its aviary , pools , fountains and restaurant - an oasis in the middle of the Central business district .

Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware The Museum of Tea Ware displays a unique collection of ancient Chinese tea ware which is housed in the oldest surviving colonial building . Open daily 10 . 00am - 5 . 00pm daily except Tuesday and some public holidays . Man Mo Temple The oldest place of worship in Hong Kong which faces Hollywood Road , The temple is full of burning joss sticks and incense coils . The statues at the main altar represent Man and Mo and the gold plated sedan chairs are used for carrying statues of the temples gods around the streets . The temple is dedicated to the God of Literature and the God of War . Open from 8 . 00am - 6 . 00pm daily . It ' s worth taking a look down Hollywood Road itself and the surrounding streets as this is the antiques ' quarter and many of the shops sell oriental antiques , carpets , carvings , bronze and jade . Western Market In a beautiful Edwardian building in the Western District , you will find a variety of kiosks selling gifts and mementoes . The Western Market was originally opened in 1858 and was one of Hong Kong ' s first produce markets . It is now open daily from 10 . 00am - 7 . 00pm . Wanchai Hong Kong ' s ' Soho ' district is full of bars and night - clubs . The area was at its most notorious during the 1960 ' s when servicemen on leave from Vietnam thronged the streets looking for a good time . The area is home to Hong Kong ' s oldest post office and Hong Kong ' s third tallest building - the 78 - storey Central Plaza . The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre is further along the waterfront with hotels and exhibition arenas . Causeway Bay A mile east from Wanchai leads you to the Causeway Bay area which is packed with good restaurants and shops , particularly the Japanese and Chinese department stores . It gets really busy at night when the hawkers set up their market and food stalls to tempt you . Opposite the World Trade Centre is the noon day gun which is fired every day at Noon - a tradition which began over a century ago and was made famous by Noel Coward in his song , Mad Dogs and Englishmen ! Aberdeen Most of Aberdeen ' s inhabitants live on junks and sampans in the harbour and make a living from fishing . The town is best known for its Hoating Jumbo Chinese restaurants which are a huge tourist attraction and best seen at night when they are lit up with thousands of colourful lights . Ocean Park The Oceanarium here is said to be the largest in the Southeast Asia . Daily shows are held featuring killer whales and dolphins and high diving displays . You reach the park by Cable Car , or if you ' ve no head for heights , via the Asia ' s second longest escalator . There are roller coasters and other thrilling rides . Ocean Park itself is full of amusements and is south - east Asia ' s biggest entertainment complex . Open daily 10 . 00am 6 . 00pm . Stanley Market Once an important fishing village on Hong Kong Island , the market at Stanley is world - famous for its clothes , jewellery , Chinese handicrafts and curios . The lively pubs along the quayside make a good stop for luncheon and are inexpensive . Repulse Bay A largely residential area where many expatriates have settled , Repulse Bay has one of Hong Kong ' s most popular beaches . There are facilities for changing and showering as well as fast - food stalls and a restaurant . On weekends and public holidays , a flea market is usually held on the Beach Road

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Antiques ( the Hollywood Road area has some very good dealers ) , silk , cameras , carpets , Chinese handicrafts , electronic items , gold , jade ( but beware of fakes - real jade feels smooth and cool ) . Ivory is sold in many shops but there is a world - wide ban on its import . Made - to measure clothes can be ordered and sometimes completed within a matter of hours . Most items imported into Hong Kong are duty - free . The only goods that carry duty are tobacco and alcohol , however this is relatively low compared to most countries , GENERAL INFORMATION Post Office The main Post Office is at Connaught Place in the Central district . There is also a branch at Middle Road , Tsim Sha Tsui . Opening hours are generally 9 . 30am - 5 . 00pm , Monday to Friday and on Saturday 9 . 30am - Noon . Closed on public holidays . Money Matters The unit of currency is the Hong Kong Dollar ( HK $ ) which is divided into 100 cents . Notes and coins in circulation are : Notes : $ 1 , 000 , $ 500 , $ 100 , $ 50 , $ 20 , $ 10 . Coins : $ 5 , $ 10 , $ 2 . $ 1 . 50c , 20c , 10c . Many shops in tourist areas ( eg Tsim Sha Tsui ) will accept foreign currency , ie . Sterling , American and Australian Dollars as well as most credit cards , Emergency Contacts In an emergency , call 999 . Tourist Information There is a Tourist Information Centre at the Star Ferry Concourse in Kowloon and at the Peak Piazza on Hong Kong Island . The staff are very helpful and speak good English . Pick up plenty of maps and brochures to get the most out of your visit . The Head Office of the Hong Kong Tourism Board is at 11 th floor , Citicorp Centre , 18 Whitfield Road , North Point . HANDY TIPS • Look out for the weekly newspaper for visitors , " Hong Kong This
Week " or the free guides on shopping , dining and entertainment and
sightseeing . It is advisable to drink only bottled water which is widely available . . Don ' t miss what is probably the cheapest and most scenic ride in the
world on the Star Ferry . • Ride out to Ocean Park on an open - top , double decker bus . . Try a double - decker tram ride from one end of Hong Kong island to
the other .

USEFUL WORDS The official languages of Hong Kong are Chinese and English . Here are a few words of Cantonese to impress the locals ! Yes / No
Hai / mm hai How much is that ? Gay doe cheen o ? Good morning
Jo san Good - bye
Joy geen Thank you
Mgoi SECURITY While on holiday , it is all too easy to become relaxed about your personal safety and the security of your belongings . Just as when you are at home , crime can exist in even the most idyllic places , so we recommend you take a few simple precautions whilst ashore by : • Maintaining an awareness of your surroundings • Sticking to the main attractions , sights and districts unless you are
exploring with an official guide or on a shore excursion • Leaving any jewellery likely to attract attention , unnecessary credit
cards and cash or expensive possessions on the ship , in the safe
provided in your stateroom • Securing personal items such as cameras , purses and wallets adequately
on your person or within your bags so that they are not on show • Carrying your bags in such a way that they are not easy to open
without you being aware • Taking your ship ' s newspaper with you in order that you have emergency
contact details should you need them

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