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List of areas of Hong Kong

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List of areas of Hong Kong

Geography of Hong Kong
Amusement parks
Areas (Neighbourhoods)
Buildings and structures
Tallest buildings
Cities and towns
Declared monuments
Air pollution
Islands and peninsulas
Marine parks
Mountains, peaks, and hills
Urban parks and gardens
Other Hong Kong topics

The following is a list of areas[1] of Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Island

Kowloon and New Kowloon

New Territories

Excluding New Kowloon

See also


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External links

  • Hong Kong Antiquities and Monuments Office
  • Siu Kwok Kin; Sham Sze (2001). Heritage Trails in Urban Hong Kong. Wan Li Book Co, Ltd. ISBN . 
  • Hong Kong new towns
  • Digital Map
  • Hong Kong Place photo database
  • Hong Kong Tourism Association
  • Hong Kong Films
  • Hong Kong Photo 1946-1947 by Hedda Morrison
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