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Vegetarian cuisine has never been more popular, as people everywhere aim to eat healthier and live greener. Now you can experience vegetarian cuisine as Hong Kong does it, from the intersection of food and faith; to the evolution of ice cream and a modern green take on gourmet dining, all while exploring the city’s unique Chinese and Western architecture.
|Try vegetarian dim sum in Wong Tai Sin and explore how religion and culture interact at the Wong Tai Sin Temple. Visit the nearby Nan Lian Garden for vegan ice cream. Then finish at the old Tai Po Police Station, a Grade I historic building now revitalised as a restaurant that serves vegetarian dishes with a low-carbon footprint.|
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