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The Central district on Hong Kong Island is the financial heart of the city and has been developing since the inception of the British rule in 1841. Explore the East-meets-West elements with a stroll through some of the most interesting areas, including the Old Central Police Station, Central–Mid-levels Escalator, Man Mo Temple, PMQ and Lan Kwai Fong.
|Depart to tram station and take the tram to Pottinger Street, Central. Stroll to former Central Police Station, ride the Central–Mid-Levels Escalator, visit the Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum, PMQ (former police married quarters) and Man Mo Temple. Tour ends at Lan Kwai Fong.|
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