The Lantau Island is the largest island in the Hong Kong, located at the mouth of the Pearl River. Most of the Lantau Island is part of the islands district of Hong Kong. A small northwestern portion of the island is located in the Tsueu Wan Dristict. The Lantau Island is the heritage Hong Kong, and the Cosmopolitan Hotel is situated on the Wan Chai and Causeway bay. The Cosmo Hotel Wan Chai Hong Kong is situated close by to the Hong Kong Cultural Center, it is an exquisite boutique hotel in Hong Kong, well situated amid the bustling and hustling city centers –Wan Chai and Causeway Bay. The hotel is the unique epitome of Hong Kong’s cosmopolitan lifestyle. Guests can enjoy this vibrant city, as many local and international retail shops are situated in this city. One can pamper themselves at Causeway Bay, where there are many mega shopping malls.
The Lantau Island is the highest point of the island of the island, and it primarily contains mountainous terrains. This island also has a relatively low population density. The settlements are scattered throughout the island and each has its own distinctive characteristics. One of the main reasons, why tourists go to the Lantau Island is to see the Tian Tan Buddha or the Big Buddha and the Po Lin Monastery. You can get great views of the harbor and the ”Manhattan ” sky line. The islands form spectacular views and takes you back in time, to give you a moment to the earlier generation and their struggles. The ferry ride or the cable ride to this island, is fabulous with amazing views to enjoy. The island has lot of Buddhist architecture, fireworks over Sleeping Beauty’s castle, a long sandy beach and a range of shopping outlets. The Lantau Island is Hong Kong’s largest outlying island that brings solace to the soul, senses and shopping bags.
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