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Sticks, stones, plants, even your own palms – in Hong Kong’s ancient folk belief systems, there’s meaning to be found everywhere. Join this inspired cultural tour to learn more about the area’s unique folk rituals, traditional Chinese customs, and how you can seek good fortune like a local.
|Visit the Jade Market for lucky accessories, before heading to Che Kung Temple to seek good fortune. Have a Kau Cim (fortune sticks) experience at Wong Tai Sin Temple and then visit a flower market to find out which plants are considered lucky. End the tour with a look into the future through palm reading at Temple Street.|
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