Get a glimpse of one of the Top 5 Must-See’s in Hong Kong: the Big Buddha on Lantau Island. While it’s easily accessible by car or bus, reaching Buddha requires a bit more effort as visitors climb a steep trek 268 feet to the enormous statue. The views are certainly worth the effort and once you’ve made your way down, treat yourself to a vegetarian lunch at Po Lin Monastery.
This trip is sponsored by Discover Hong Kong.
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