One of Hong Kong's greatest charms is its unending contrast between the old and the new, and the best way to truly experience this dichotomous culture is to explore the city on foot. This three-hour walk takes you into the heart of the downtown, where historic buildings share space with ultra-modern office buildings, and into the back streets of the old city that was then known as Victoria when modern Hong Kong began in 1841. Highlights include St John's Cathedral, Governor's House, Former French Mission Building, Flagstaff House, the Old Central Police Station and the Court of Final Appeal.
|Statue Square, Old Court Building, St John's Cathedral, Flagstaff House, Hong Kong Park, Escalator, Old Central Police Station, PMQ, Man Mo Temple|
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