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Sung Wong Toi
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Kowloon Walled City
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The 8 streets of San Po Kong
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The Kai Tak Metropolis
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Wong Tai Sin Temple
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Chi Lin Nunnery
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Sung Wong Toi
Reminisce the end of the Sung Dynasty at Sung Wong Toi
Location: Corner Sung Wong Toi Road and Ma Tau Chung Road
The name Sung Wong Toi literally means Terrace of the Sung kings. Towards the end of the Southern Sung Dynasty, the last two boy emperors, Zhao Shi and Zhao Bing, and their retainers were pursued by the invading Mongolian army. They fled south and eventually sort refuge in Kowloon in 1277. Zhao Shi died of illness here and Zhao Bing died when a retainer put him over his back and jumped over a cliff following a naval defeat. To commemorate the two emperors, local people carved the characters 「Sung Wong Toi」 on a giant boulder on the shore of Kowloon Bay.
Fast forward to the Second World War. During the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong, the boulder was destroyed when the Kai Tak Airport was expanded. Fortunately, the portion of the rock inscribed with the characters survived the blasting operation.  After the war, this portion of the rock was shaped into a rectangular block and moved to the Sun Wong Toi Garden, where it remains until today. When you visit the part, let's spend some time reminiscing the tragic heroes who stayed at the boy emperors' side until the very end.
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Kowloon Walled City
Kowloon Walled City – From slum to landscaped park
Location: Tung Tsing Road
Most older Hong Kongers probably remember the Kowloon Walled City as a gang-infested slum that was not governed by the Hong Kong government, the British government nor the Chinese government, and where numerous unlicensed doctors and dentists could be found.
In 1993, the Hong Kong government began demolition of the Walled City and the Kowloon Walled City Park was built where it once stood. The park's design is modelled on Jiangnan gardens of the early Qing Dynasty; it is divided into 8 landscape features, with the restored Yamen (Mandarin's Office) as its centrepiece. Many of the historical artefacts uncovered during the demolition are also on display in the park. It is a popular destination for local amateur photographers.
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The 8 streets of San Po Kong
The 8 streets of San Po Kong – Revealing the early days of Hong Kong’s Town Planning
Location: San Po Kong
When you visit the industrial area of San Po Kong, you will find 8 streets there with the number one to eight respectively in their names. In the early 1950s, when the government was planning an industrial area in San Po Kong, these streets - Tai Yau Street, Seung Hei Street, Sam Chuk Street, Sze Mei Street, Ng Fong Street, Luk Hop Street, Tsat Po Street and Pat Tat Street - were given names that combined a number with an auspicious character in a bid to attract investors. Urban planning was definitely more thoughtful then.
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The Kai Tak Metropolis
Kai Tak Metropolis is the 320 hectares site of the former airport, which will be developed into a mixed-use compound with cruise terminals, a large park, residential, business, hotels, entertainment, as well as recreational facilities.

Mikiki is situated next to the area with 5 minutes walk, providing one-stop shopping, leisure, and entertainment experience to the local customers.

Kai Tak Cruise Terminals
Located at the tip of the former Kai Tak Airport runway, its first berth operated since 2013. The project is planned with hotels, retails, and entertainment facilities, to become a major tourist attraction at Kai Tak Metropolis.

Metro Park
Located at the south-western corner of the Kai Tak Metropolis, about 15 minutes walk away from Kai Tak station, the 24-hectare Metro Park will be connected with a long promenade extended into the waterfront. There will be also a boulevard connecting to Kowloon City.

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Wong Tai Sin Temple
Wong Tai Sin Temple
Location: 2, Chuk Yuen Village, Wong Tai Sin
Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple is one of the most famous temples as well as a popular tourist spot in Hong Kong. It is located at the southern slope of the Lion Rock covering more than 180,000 sq. ft.area. Apart from the Main Altar which houses the Taoist God Wong Tai Sin, there are also various buildings of distinguished Chinese features.
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Chi Lin Nunnery
Chi Lin Nunnery
Location: 5 Chi Lin Drive, Diamond Hill
Chi Lin Nunnery are wood frame buildings built without the use of any iron nails. This construction is based on traditional Chinese architectural techniques dating from the Tang Dynasty. The Chi Lin Nunnery buildings are the only buildings to be built in this style in modern day Hong Kong.
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