Rudy Maxa ventures to one of the world’s most thrilling destinations, a magnificent balancing act that juggles East and West, past and present, commerce and mysticism. Board Hong Kong’s number one tourist attraction, the tram that climbs Victoria Peak, observe traditional religious practices at Wang Tai Sin Temple, take a class in the ancient design method of feng shui, and participate in two of Hong Kong’s most popular pastimes – shopping and horse racing. Rudy shares tips for easy day-trips to explore Hong Kong’s rural countryside and unspoiled coastline. On Lantau Island, gaze upon another of Hong Kong’s premier attractions – the giant bronze Buddha.
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