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Take This Solo Trip When you Need a Break From Your Stupid 9 to 5!

Take This Solo Trip When you Need a Break From Your Stupid 9 to 5!

Cosmopolitan and vibrant, this Chinese city is a sublime mix of urban excitement, serene surroundings and an influence of culture. When on a solo trip, you need an experience that etches itself to you in a way that it reflects in the person you are, here is an example of such a journey.

Take This Solo Trip When you Need a Break From Your Stupid 9 to 5!:

  1. Hong Kong

Day 1. Hike the Olympic trail

Hike the Olympic trail
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Every local hiking group in Hong Kong will recommend this trek, a collage of sea, mountains, animals, Chinese tombs, and bikers. The trek is all of 10 km and is between Tung Chung and Mui Wo across Lantau Island. The experience of pristine wilderness at Lantau and a peek at the old ways of village life at Pak Mong are the highlights.

Day 2. Go organic at the Kadoorie farm

Go organic at the Kadoorie farm
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The Kadoorie Farm was originally set up for aiding poor farmers in the region of Hong Kong. It later shifted its focus to promote biodiversity conservation in Hong Kong and South China, and greater environmental awareness. Try your hand at organic farming, taste the unique organic cuisine and understands the areas conservation efforts.

Day 3. Take a Tai Chi class

Take a Tai Chi class
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Experience traditional wisdom living in harmony with modern, fast-paced metropolitan Hong Kong by taking a class of traditional Tai Chi. A Tai Chi session along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, with a traditional Chinese instructor is truly a unique experience. Visit the Lantau link view point and revel the views from the Tsing Ma Bridge after your class.

Day 4. Visit the Goldfish Market and dine at the Jumbo Kingdom

Visit the Goldfish Market and dine at the Jumbo Kingdom
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Hong Kong’s Goldfish Market is line of shops that sell ornamental aquarium fish. Aquariums symbolises good luck and the fish symbolize good fortune, wealth and abundance. In the evening, dine at the Jumbo Kingdom Floating Restaurant built in the style of of an exquisite Chinese imperial palace.

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Day 5. Explore the Sai Kung volcanic rock region

Explore the Sai Kung volcanic rock region
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Formed millions of years ago, the volcanic rock forms at the Sai Kung volcanic rock region are truly a spectacular sight. Visit the High Island area where you see the hexagonal volcanic columns all along the coast and also towering on the east side of the High Island reservoir. End your day by spending evening exploring the nightlife of Lan Kwai Fong

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