Posted May 3, 2010 by Jaclyn Liechti
Hong Kong is a city of opposites. More than seven million people live within the city limits, yet the outlying islands and surrounding rural areas are known for their peaceful serenity. Although Cantonese is spoken by most people, English is also widely understood. And shoppers can find high-end boutiques as well as bargains at local markets. Whatever you’re in the mood for, Hong Kong has something to fit the bill.
City Hall Chinese Restaurant: If you’re looking to try some local cuisine in Hong Kong, then there’s no better place to go than City Hall Chinese Restaurant. One of the city’s most famous dim sum restaurants, the second-floor eatery has earned its reputation for a reason. Traditional carts are still used here, unlike many Hong Kong restaurants, so you can see what’s offered before you commit to dishes.
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