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Best Lovable Sights(2005) in Hong Kong announced, Singtao News(HK), Jan 27, 2006

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  • Best Lovable Sights(2005) in Hong Kong announced, Singtao News(HK), Jan 27, 2006

    After the 2nd and Final Voting by over 300,000 local residents in Hong Kong.

    The winner goes to HK Ocean Park

    The best lovable sights are as follows:
    (1) HK Ocean Park (Southern District)
    (2) TsimShaTsui Promenade, Clock Tower, Avenue of Stars, Star Ferry Pier
    and Cultural Complex including Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Hong Kong
    Museum of Art and Hong Kong Space Museum.
    (Yau Tsim Mong District)
    (3) Nam Sang Wai, Mai Po Nature Reserve and Hong Kong Wetland Park (Yuen Long District)

    Note: Since Hong Kong Disneyland was opened on Sept 12,2005, not opened long enough to be included on the list of nomination.

    Details : Click here (if you can read chinese)
    Lovable Sights in Hong Kong (18 Districts)
    Source : Singtao News (HK) - in chinese
    Last edited by dramaqueen; 01-27-2006, 01:43 PM.

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