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Is there any food for sale in Hong Kong Disneyland? Can you bring something and food in?

Is there any food for sale in Hong Kong Disneyland?

Yes, but it's more expensive. Watermelon juice 32, popcorn 42, chicken leg 55, marshmallow 35, baked squid 40 +, all of which are snacks. For a meal, 100 + or more is the least. For souvenirs, a key chain can be sold to 40 +, and T-shirts are generally available from 100 + to 200. The cheapest souvenir should be the coin machine at the door of the toilet, with three patterns selected, and a coin cast on site, 15 yuan, Brush octopus to buy.

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What are the tourist attractions to Hong Kong?

1. Disneyland

This is a theme park integrating Disney of California and other Disney. Each main area can bring endless wonderful experience to tourists. Come here to find your childhood dream!

2. Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Many people will compare Causeway Bay to Shinjuku, a famous shopping, entertainment and food center in Hong Kong. It is also a hot spot for people to go shopping.

3. Hong Kong Ocean Park

After shopping and tasting delicious food in Hong Kong, you should relax and experience the stimulation of various entertainment projects in Ocean Park.

4. Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong

It's a reflection of Hong Kong's prosperous metropolis. No matter day or night, the flow of ships in Hong Kong, together with the lighting, makes people fall for his unique style.

5. Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Tsim Sha Tsui is the Pearl of Kowloon. In the daytime, there are many tourists in the gourmet restaurants and international boutiques on both sides of Nathan Road; in the night, the star avenue in Victoria port opens colorful lights, becoming the most eye-catching focus of Xiangjiang.

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6. Kowloon, Hong Kong

Some people compare Kowloon to a black swan. It's rough, mischievous and naughty, but I don't think it's like that. If you want to spend more time to know it, it's actually very friendly and lovely.

7. Central Hong Kong and Taiping peak

Central is one of the oldest and most traditional regions in Hong Kong. It enjoys a unique position in the development of Hong Kong. Central is the heart of Hong Kong Island. It is the commercial, tourism and financial center of Hong Kong and the decision-making and power center of the SAR government. The headquarters of the SAR government and the Legislative Council building are located here.

8. Hong Kong Repulse Bay

The southern coastline of Hong Kong Island is winding with many beautiful beaches. Located in the south of Hong Kong Island, Repulse Bay is the most representative beach in Hong Kong. Shallow water bay has clear water and fine sand, long beach, wide beach bed and calm waves. Summer is the most lively time in the shallow water bay. A large number of swimmers flock to sunbathe or swim freely. There are many people on the beach, and various swimsuits make up a colorful picture.

9. Wong Tai Sin Temple

Wong Tai Sin Temple, also known as the mise color garden, was founded in 1921. It is one of the famous temples in Hong Kong. The design of the temple is colorful, magnificent and resplendent. It is very rich in the characteristics of traditional Chinese temple architecture.

10. Temple of heaven Buddha (Big Buddha, Baolian temple, Lantau)

There is a solemn and majestic Buddha statue near the square in front of Baolian temple, which is the "Great Buddha of heaven". The Buddha is composed of 200 bronze castings, 26 meters high and 220 metric tons in weight. It is the largest outdoor bronze sitting Buddha in the world. The face of the Great Buddha in the temple of heaven is similar to that of kunlu shuna Buddha in Longmen Grottoes, and the texture and headdress of the clothes are similar to that of Sakyamuni Buddha in cave 36 of Dunhuang Grottoes. The Great Buddha of the temple of heaven sits on the lotus and takes it out of the mud without dyeing it. In the three-story base, which symbolizes the temple of heaven in Beijing, there is an exhibition hall, which is equipped with various Buddhist works of art, such as murals, calligraphy and painting, and Buddhist Sakyamuni's relics. The temple of heaven Buddha has become a famous religious building in Hong Kong.

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Notes on traveling to Hong Kong

1. In Hong Kong, the penalty for destroying social morality is quite severe. Littering and spitting in public places are usually fined 1500 Hong Kong dollars.

2. Smoking is strictly prohibited in Hong Kong. Smoking is prohibited in most workplaces, public places, restaurants, streets and public playgrounds. Smoking or carrying lighted cigarettes, cigars or pipes in non-smoking areas (including public transport) is an offence, and a fixed penalty of HK $1500 will be imposed.

Notice in Hong Kong

1. In Hong Kong, it is illegal to carry your ID card with you. Please note that you must carry your photo ID document (such as passport) at any time. Generally speaking, Hong Kong is in good order day and night. However, avoid carrying large amounts of cash. It is better to use traveler's checks or credit cards, and make full use of the hotel's safe facilities.

2. Most hotels and restaurants add a 10% service charge to the bill. Customers can tip extra as they like. If there is no service charge, the restaurant can tip 10% of the consumption. Taxi drivers, porters and toilet attendants may tip as appropriate. Taxi drivers, porters and toilet attendants may tip as appropriate. In addition, the passenger should check with the waiter whether there are any other extra charges and check the bill information before paying.

3. Most hotels offer laundry service on that day, and many offer childcare services. The voltage in Hong Kong is 200 / 220 v. most hotels are equipped with electrical transformers / converters. Small electrical appliances brought from China can generally be used.

4. The tap water supplied by the Hong Kong government is soft water, disinfected with chlorine, which meets the standards of the World Health Organization and is suitable for drinking. Hotels and supermarkets also sell all kinds of bottled distilled water and mineral water. Some parks also have drinking places where visitors can drink free of charge.

5. The office hours of Hong Kong government agencies are 5.5 days a week, 9:00-17:00 (13:00-14:00 is lunch time), 9:00-13:00 on Saturday, and 10:00-18:00 or later in some companies. The banking hours are 9:00-16:30 from Monday to Friday and 9:00-12:30 on Saturday.

6. There are two Chinese and English TV stations in Hong Kong. Besides the programs produced in Hong Kong, they also broadcast the programs produced in mainland China and Taiwan, Japan, Britain, the United States and Australia. Viewers can also receive programs from five Asian satellite TV stations. In Hong Kong, there are seven Hong Kong radio stations operated by the Hong Kong Government (RTHK), one commercial power station (CR) and three new City radio stations. The broadcasting languages are mainly Cantonese and English. Hong Kong Radio recently launched a Mandarin program.

7. Hong Kong's public transport is not allowed to eat, and public places should not be noisy.

8. One Jin in Hong Kong is equal to 16 Liang, which should be paid special attention to in dry goods and medicine.

9. There is no special requirement for clothes in ordinary restaurants in Hong Kong, but the air conditioning temperature in the subway, shopping malls and indoor restaurants is relatively low. It is recommended to take a small thin coat. The high-end restaurant will have requirements for the installation, such as no shorts, no slippers, etc. it is recommended to consult the business by telephone when ordering.

10. In Hong Kong's tea restaurants, a cup of tea will be given before the meal. It is used to wash dishes and other tableware, but it's OK to drink it. It's clean and reassuring.

11. Hong Kong's escalators are required to stand to the right, giving way to the other half of the steps for pedestrians.

12. No smoking: no one is allowed to smoke or carry a lighted cigarette, cigar or pipe in a designated non-smoking area, and a penalty of $1500 will be imposed on the violator. Designated non-smoking areas include restaurants, shopping malls, cinemas, entertainment venues, buses, taxis, subways, public lifts, escalators, schools, public swimming pools and beaches.

13. Reservation: lunch time in Hong Kong: 13:00 ~ 14:00, dinner time: 19:30 ~ 20:30. Lunch and dinner are peak hours. If you choose this time, it is recommended to reserve seats by phone in advance. If the phone reservation is successful, make sure to eat on time. Most of the restaurants with hot business are out of date.

14. Prepare change: many street stores in Hong Kong will prominently post "we don't accept 1000 yuan note" in the store, so remember to prepare change when you go to the street store.

15. Consumer rights and interests: after consumption, please keep the receipt; in case of dispute, please contact the following organization: Consumer Committee: 2929-2222 (office hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday to Friday; message service is provided during non office hours, and the staff will reply within the next working day). For serious disputes or urgent help, call the Hong Kong Police: 999 (24 hours).

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What are the procedures for traveling to Hong Kong?

If you want to travel to Hong Kong, you should first apply for (mainland resident's pass to Hong Kong and Macao), and then add a sign (individual travel sign (g)) or (group travel sign (L)) to travel to Hong Kong

As of January 1, 2007, the following mainland cities have been included in the (Hong Kong and Macao individual tourism plan) and can travel to Hong Kong by (Hong Kong and Macao individual tourism endorsement (g))

For other regions that can only travel to Hong Kong by (L for group tourism in Hong Kong and Macao), you can go to the travel agency where your account is located

July 28, 2003: Dongguan, Foshan, Zhongshan, Jiangmen

August 20, 2003: Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Huizhou

September 1, 2003: Shanghai, Beijing

January 1, 2004: Shantou, Chaozhou, Meizhou, Zhaoqing, Qingyuan, Yunfu

May 1, 2004: Shanwei, Maoming, Zhanjiang, Yangjiang, Shaoguan, Jieyang, Heyuan (now open in Guangdong Province)

July 1, 2004: Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Taizhou, Fuzhou (urban area only), Xiamen, Quanzhou

March 1, 2005: Tianjin, Chongqing (limited to 15 districts and counties)

November 1, 2005: Chengdu, Jinan, Dalian, Shenyang

May 1, 2006: Nanchang, Changsha, Nanning, Haikou, Guiyang, Kunming

January 1, 2007: Shijiazhuang, Zhengzhou, Changchun, Hefei, Wuhan

Personal travel endorsement:

Personal travel endorsement (g) will be sent to applicants for personal travel to Hong Kong or Macau

The endorsement can be divided into four types: one in three months, two in three months, one in one year and two in one year. The duration of each stay in Hong Kong or Macao shall not exceed 7 days

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(1) Application conditions:

Permanent resident

(2) Application procedures:

1. Accepting authority: the entry and exit administration department of the public security (Branch) bureau of the district or county (city) where the applicant's household registration is located shall go through the application formalities

2. Submit a completed application form for mainland residents to and from Hong Kong and Macao (filled in with pen or signature pen, not ballpoint pen), and submit two color photos of a large inch (48mmx33mm) with a blue background and a bareheaded optical surface

3. Submit the original ID card and household register (only the household register is required if the applicant is under 16 years old; only the identity certificate is required for military personnel), and submit the copy

4. If the holder holds a valid pass to and from Hong Kong and Macao, the pass to and from Hong Kong and Macao shall be submitted

5. For those who have informed the Public Security Department of going abroad for record and applying for the "pass to and from Hong Kong and Macao" and the endorsement of individual tourism in Hong Kong and Macao, the opinions of the unit shall be submitted according to the authority of cadre management

Other personnel do not need to submit opinions of units or police stations

6. Special tips: the applicant shall not hold two (including two) or more valid passes to and from Hong Kong and Macao at the same time, and shall not hold two (including two) or more valid endorsements of the same destination at the same time

(3) Charging standard:

Each pass for Hong Kong and Macao is 100 yuan

A valid endorsement of 20 yuan for each item

The second valid endorsement is 40 yuan for each item

(the above charge standard does not include the service charge of express mail)

(4) Processing time limit: