Lonely Planet Hong Kong and Macauby Steve Fallon
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You'll fall in love with Hong Kong. And why not? Glittering skyscrapers and a world-famous shopping scene. Frenetic wet markets and the best dim sum ever. Spectacular hikes through jungle-covered islands. And don't forget the devil-may-care casino-hop through Macau. This indispensable guidebook is the key to all your Cantonese adventures.
Find Your Way up winding side streets, navigate through every districtdetailed and accurate maps make exploring easy.
Unleash the gastronome withininsider reviews of the city's outstanding restaurant scene, from HK$10 noodles to decadent Chinese banquets.
Escape To Macauextensive coverage takes you to historic cathedrals, temples, and the infamous casinos.
Sleep Like An Angel in this city of bustlethe best accommodation options for every budget.
Experience a taste of Chinashop to your heart's content in Shenzhen, then soak your tired feet in one of Zhuhai's hot springs.
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Unfortunately not all Lonely Planet books are that helpful, but this one is. Information is plentiful, accurate and diverse. It's been very helpful. The Macau section could be a bit more extensive, though.