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[文化博览] 【整理】2009-11-30 Smart Travels 香港篇—8

本帖最后由 jmmom 于 2010-1-14 13:45 编辑

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Smart Travels是一档旅游栏目,主持人Rudy Maxa凭借他多年主持旅游节目的经验,为人们提供了许多有益的旅游经验,帮助旅游爱好者制定最佳旅游计划,使每次旅游都成为毕生难忘的经历。Rudy的目标是帮助忙碌的都市人打造既省钱又省时的旅游体验,使旅游悠然又难忘。




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To see Lantau’s most famous sites, you’ll have to either hop a local bus, or, if you want more flexibility, hire a taxi. No outside cars are allowed on the island, and even residents are restricted from driving during certain hours.

The island’s steep, interior hills hold one of Hong Kong’s premier attractions – the giant Buddha. 

Unveiled in 1993, it’s said to be the largest outdoor seated bronze Buddha in the world, and towers 112 feet high. Few statues have such a powerful impact as this enormous Buddha with its serene eyes and raised hand, ready to deliver a blessing. You have to climb some 260 steps to reach the statue, but it’s worth it.

The Buddha was built on the site of the Po Lin monastery, home to a devout community of Buddhist monks. Buddhism was introduced into China almost 2,000 years ago from India. The Chinese mingled traditional beliefs, such as Confucianism and Taoism, with Buddhist principles of peace and acceptance. Buddhists seek enlightenment in order to move beyond life’s suffering, and the monks here live quiet lives of meditation.

After climbing all of those steps, we’re in need of a lunch break. The monastery’s only restaurant is inexpensive and strictly vegetarian. Here, you’ll eat as the monks do, with tea, spring rolls, and tasty all-vegetarian dishes.

On the western side of Lantau Island, we discovered the picturesque town of Tai O. Some refer to it as “Hong Kong’s Venice”, because the town features many crisscrossing waterways, and the only real transportation is by boat.


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To see *’s famous sites, you have to either hub a local bus, or if you want more flexibility, hire a taxi. No outside cars are allowed in the island, even the residents are restricted from driving during certain hours.
The island steep and interior hills hold one of Hong Kong’s premier attractions, the giant Buddha.
Unveiled in 1993, it’s said to be the largest outdoor seated bronze Buddha in the world and towers 112 feet high. Few statues have such a powerful impact as it is the enormous Buddha with its cerain eyes and raised hands, ready to deliver a blessing. You have to climb some 260 steps to reach the statue, but it’s worthy. The Buddha was built on the side of the Polin monastery home to * community of Buddhist monks. Buddhism was introduced into China almost two thousand years ago from India. The Chinese mingle traditional believes, such as Confucianism and Taoism with Buddhism principles in peace acceptance. Buddhists seek enlightenment in order to move beyond life suffering, and the monks here live quiet life of meditation.
After climbing all those steps, we need a lunch break. The monastery’s only restaurant is inexpensive and strictly vegetarian, here you eat as the monks do, the teas, spring rolls and tasty all vegetarian dishes.
On the western side of Mintao island, we discover the picturesque town of Taio, some refer to it as Hong Kong’s Venice, it is a town features many crisscrossing waterway and the only real transportation is by boat.
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To see Lantau’s most famous sites, you have to either hub a local bus, or if you want more flexibility, hire a taxi. No outside cars are allowed in the island, even the residents are restricted from driving during certain hours.


The island steep and interior hills hold one of Hong Kong’s premier attractions, the giant Buddha.


Unveiled in 1993, it’s said to be the largest outdoor seated bronze Buddha in the world and towers 112 feet high. Few statues have such a powerful impact as it is the enormous Buddha with its cerain eyes and raised hands, ready to deliver a blessing. You have to climb some 260 steps to reach the statue, but it’s worthy. The Buddha was built on the side of the Polin monastery home to * community of Buddhist monks. Buddhism was introduced into China almost two thousand years ago from India. The Chinese mingle traditional believes, such as Confucianism and Taoism with Buddhism principles in peace acceptance. Buddhists seek enlightenment in order to move beyond life suffering, and the monks here live quiet life of meditation.


After climbing all those steps, we need a lunch break. The monastery’s only restaurant is inexpensive and strictly vegetarian, here you eat as the monks do, the teas, spring rolls and tasty all vegetarian dishes.


On the western side of Lantauisland, we discover the picturesque town of Taio, some refer to it as Hong Kong’s Venice, it is a town features many crisscrossing waterways
and the only real transportation is by boat.
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[Homework]2009-11-30 Smart Travels 香港篇—8

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To see Lantun’s most famous sights, you left either hub on a local bus, or if you want more flexibility, hire a taxi. No outside cars are allowed in the island, and even the residents are restricted from driving during certain hours.

The island steep and interior hills hold one of Hong Kong’s premier attractions, the giant Buddha. Unveiled in 1993, it’s said to be the largest outdoor seated bronze Buddha in the world and the tower is 112 feet high. Few statues are of such a powerful impact as it is the enormous Buddha with its cerain eyes and raised hand, ready to deliver a blessing. You have to climb some 2006 steps to reach the statue, but it’s worth it. The Buddha was built on the side of the Polin monastery undo a * community of Buddhist’s monks. Buddhism was introduced into China almost 2000 years ago from India. The Chinese mingle traditional believes, such as Confucianism and Taoism, with uddhists’ principle of peace and acceptance. Buddhists seek enlightenment in order to move beyond life suffering, and the monks here live quiet life of meditation.

After climbing all those steps, we’ll need a lunch break. The monastery’s only restaurant is inexpensive and strictly vegetarian, here you eat as the monks do, with teas, spring rolls and tasty all vegetarian dishes.

On the western side of Lantun Island, we discover the picturesque town of *, some refer to it as Hong Kong’s Venice, because the town features many crisscrossing waterways and the only real transportation is by boat.

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“To see Lantau’s most famous sites, you have to either hub a local bus, so if you want more flexibility, hire a taxi. No outside cars are allowed in the island, even the residents are restricted for driving during certain hours.”

The island steep and interior hills hold one of Hong Kong’s premier attractions. The giant Buddha.

Unveiled in 1993, it’s said to be the largest outdoor seated bronze Buddha in the world, and the tower is 112 feet high. Few statues have such a powerful impact as it’s the enormous Buddha with is serene eyes and raised hand, ready to deliver a blessing. You have to climb some 260 steps to reach the statue, but it’s worthy. The Buddha was built on side of the Po Lin monastery, home to devoid community of Buddhist monks.

Buddhist was introduced into China almost 2000 years ago from India. The Chinese mingle traditional believes, such as Confucianism and Taoism with Buddhist principles in peace acceptance. Buddhists seek enlightenment in order to move beyond life suffering, and the monks live quiet life of meditation.

After climbing all those steps we’ll need a lunch break. The monastery’s only restaurant is inexpensive and strictly vegetarian, here you eat as monks do, the teas, spring rolls and tasty all vegetarian dishes.

On the western side of Lantau Island, we discovered the picturesque town Taio, some refer to it as Hong Kong’s Venice, because of the town features many crisscrossing waterways, and the only transportation is by boat.
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本帖最后由 Genev 于 2009-11-30 14:32 编辑

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To see Lantau’s most famous sites, you have to either hub a local bus, or if you want more flexibility, hire a taxi. No outside cars are allowed in the island, even the residents are restricted from driving during certain hours.

The island steep and interior hills hold one of Hong Kong’s premier attractions, the giant Buddha.

Unveiled in 1993, it’s said to be the largest outdoor seated bronze Buddha in the world and towers 112 feet high. Few statues have such a powerful impact as it is the enormous Buddha with its serene eyes and raised hands, ready to deliver a blessing. You have to climb some 260 steps to reach the statue, but it’s worth it. The Buddha was built on the side of the Polin monastery home to a vast community of Buddhist monks. Buddhism was introduced into China almost two thousand years ago from India. The Chinese mingle traditional believes, such as Confucianism and Taoism with Buddhism principles in peace acceptance. Buddhists seek enlightenment in order to move beyond life suffering, and the monks here live quiet lives of meditation.

After climbing all those steps, we need a lunch break. The monastery’s only restaurant is inexpensive and strictly vegetarian, here you eat as the monks do, the teas, spring rolls and tasty all vegetarian dishes.

On the western side of Lantau island, we discover the picturesque town of Taio, some refer to it as Hong Kong’s Venice, it is a town features many crisscrossing waterways and the only real transportation is by boat.
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To see Lantai's most famous site, you'll have to either hop a local bus or if you want more flexibility, hire a taxi. No outside cars are allowed in the island, even residents are restricted from driving during certain hours. The island's steep and interior hills hold one of Hong Kong's premier attractions, the Giant Buddha.

Unveiled in 1993, it's said to be the largest outdoor seated bronze buddha in the world, it towers 112 feet high. Few statues have such a powful impact as this enormous buddha with its * and raised hands ready to deliver a blessing. You have to climb some 260 steps to reach the statue, but it's worth it. The budda was built on the side of a * monastery, home to to a vast community of buddhist monks. Buddhism was introduced into China almost 2000 years ago from India. The Chinese mingle traditional beliefs such as Confucianism and Taosim with Buddhist principles at peace acceptance. Buddhists seek enlightenment in order to move beyond life suffering and monks here live quiet lives of meditation.

After climbing all those steps, we are in need of a lunch break. The monastery's only restaurant is inexpensive and strictly vegetarian. Here you will eat as the monks do, with teas, spring rolls, and tasty all vegetarian dishes.

On the western side of Lantai island we discovered the picturesque town of *. Some refer to it as Hong Kong's Venice because the town features many crisscrossing waterways and the only real transportation is by boat.
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To see Lantau's most famous sites you left either hub a local bus,or if you want more flexibility,hire a taxi.No outside cars were allowed on the island even residents were restricted from driving during certain hours.

The Island's steep and interior hill hold one of Hong Kong premier attractions -- the giant Buddha.

Unveiled in 1993,it's said to be the largest outdoor steated-bronze Buddha in the world and towers is 112 feet high.Few statues have such powerful impact as it's enormous Buddha with its serene eyes and raised hand ready to deliver the blessing.

You have to climb some 260 steps to reach the statute but it's worthy.

The Buddha was built on the side of Po Lin monastery,home to devoid community of Buddhist monks.

Buddhism was introduced into China almost 2,000 years ago from India.The Chinese mingled traditional beliefs such as Confucianism and Taoism with Buddha's principle of peace and acceptance.The

Buddhists seek enlightment in order to move beyond life suffering and monks here live a quiet life of meditation.

After climbing all those steps,we need a lunch break,the monastery's only restaurant is inexpensive and strictly vegetarian.Here you eat as monks do with tea,spring rolls and tasty vegetarian dishes.

On the western side of Lantau Island,we discovered the picturesque town of Taio.Some refer to it is Hong Kong's Venice,because the town featured many crisscrossing waterways,and your the only transportation is by boat.
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[Homework]2009-11-30 Smart Travels 香港篇—8

...famous sites, you ...a local bus, or if you want more flexibility, hire a taxi. No outside cars are allowed in the island, even the residents are restricted from driving....
The island ...one of Hong Kong’s premier attractions, the giant Buddha.
Unveiled in 1993, it’s said to be the largest outdoor seated ..Buddha in the world and ...112 feet high. Few statues have such a powerful impact as it is the ...Buddha with its ...eyes and raised hands, ready to deliver a blessing. You have to climb some 260 steps to reach the statue, but it’s worthy. The Buddha was built on the side of the ... Buddhism was introduced into China almost two thousand years ago from India. The Chinese ...traditional believes, such as Confucianism and Taoism with Buddhism principles in peace acceptance. Buddhists seek ...beyond life suffering, and the monks here live quiet life of ....
After climbing all those steps, we need a lunch break. The monastery’s only restaurant is inexpensive and strictly vegetarian, here you eat as the monks do, the teas, spring rolls and tasty all vegetarian dishes.
...island, we discover the picturesque town of Taio, some refer to it as Hong Kong’s ..., it is ...waterway and the only real transportation is by boat.
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To see Lantau's most famous sites ,you have to either hobble a local bus or if  you walk more flexiblity, hire a taxi. No outside cars are allowded in  the island even residents are retricted from driving during certain hours.The island steep and turear hills hold one of Hong Kong's premier attractions--the giant Buda. Unveiled in 1993 it said to be the largest outdoor seated broad's Buda in the world and towers 112 -feet  high. Few statues of  such a powerful impact is asonorous Buda with its three eyes and raised hands ready to deliver a blessing .

You have to climb some 260 steps to reach the statue but it's worth it.The Buda was built on the side of the pool in monastery,home  to adavast  a community of Buddism this month.Buddism was introducd into China almost 2.000 years ago  from India.The Chinese mingled traditonal believe such as confusionism and towerish . with Buddism principals of piece acceptance.

Buddist seek a life   here in order to move the unlive suffering as the monks here to live quite lives of meditation.After climbing all those steps ,we are in need of lunch break, The monastery's only restaurant is inexpensive and strictly vegetarian. Here,you'll eat as the monster's / with teas ,green roads ,and tasty all vegetarian additions. On the west side of Lantau Island we discover the picture Stown of Taio.Some refer to its Hong Kong's vence because the town features many Chrisbosing waterways and the only real transportation is by boat.

[Homework]2009-11-30 Smart Travels 香港篇—8

To see Lantau's most famous sights you left either hub local bus or if you want more flexibility hire a taxi.No outside cars allowed in the island and even residents are restricted from driving during certain hours.The island steep and curio hills hold one of Hong Kong's premier attractions the Giant Buddha.
Unveiled in 1993,it's said to be the largest outdoor seated bronze Buddha in the world and towers 112 feet high.Few statues are such powerful impact is this enormous Buddha with its three eyes and raised hand ready to deliver a blessing. You have to climb some 260 steps to reach the statue but it's worth it.The Buddha was built on the side of Poli Monastery and do a develop community of Buddhist monks.
Buddhism was introduced into China almost 2,000 years ago from India.The Chinese mingle traditional believe such as Confucianism and Taoism,with Buddha's principle is peace and acceptance.Buddhists' seeking enlightenment in order to move beyond life suffering and the monks here live quiet lives of meditation.
After climbing all those steps we'll need a lunch break.The Monastery is only restaurant, it's inexpensive and strictly vegetarian.Here you eat as the monks do with tea spring rolls and tasty all vegetarian dishes.
On the western side of Lantau Island,we discovered the picturesque town of Taiwong.Some refer to it is Hong Kong's Venice because the town features many crisscrossing waterways and the only real transportation is by boat. 

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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To see Lantau’s most famous sites, you have to either hub a local bus or if you want more flexibility hire a taxi. No outside cars are allowed in the island and even residents are restricted from driving during certain hours.
The island’s steep interior hills hold one of Hong Kong’s premier attractions the giant Buddha. Unveiled in 1993, it’s said to be the largest outdoor seated bronze Buddha in the world and towers 112 feet high. Few statues have such a powerful impact as this enormous Buddha with its serene eyes and raised hand ready to deliver a blessing. You have to climb some 260 steps to reach the statue, but it’s worth it. The Buddha was built on the side of the Po Lin Monastery, home to the vast community of Buddhist monks. Buddhism was introduced in the China almost 2000 years ago from India. The Chinese mingled traditional believes such as Confucianism and Taoism with Buddha’s principles in peach acceptance. Buddhists seek enlightenment in order to move beyond life suffering and the monks here live quiet lives of meditation. After climbing all those steps we’ll need a lunch break. The Monastery’s only restaurant is inexpensive and strictly vegetarian. Here you eat as the monks do with tea, spring rolls and tasty all vegetarian dishes.
On the western side of Lantau Island we discover the picturesque town of Tai O. Some referred to it as Hong Kong’s Venice because the town features many crisscrossing waterways and the only real transportation is by boat.
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  • Julie_R

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[Homework]2009-11-30 Smart Travels 香港篇—8

To see Lantau's most famous sites you have to hop a local bus or if you want more flexibility, hire a taxi. No outside cars are allowed in the island and even residents are restricted from driving during certain hours.
The island's deep interior hills hold one of HK's premiere attractions-the China Buddha. Unveiled in 1993, it's said to be the largest seated bronze budha in the world and towers 112 feet high. Few statues have such a powerful impact as this enormous budha with its serene eyes and raised hand, ready to deliver a blessing. You have to climb some 260 steps to reach the statue. But it's worth it. The budha was built on the site of the Polin Monastery, home to a vast community of budhist monks.
Buddhism was introduced into China almost 2000 years ago from India. The Chinese mingled traditional beliefs such as Confucianism and Taoism with Budhist principles of peace and acceptance. Buddhists seek enlightenment in order to move beyond life suffering and the monks here live quiet lives of meditation.
After climbing all those steps, we're in need of a lunch break. The monastery's only restaurant is inexpensive and strictly vegetarian. Here you'll eat as the monks do, with teas, spring rolls and tasty all-vegetarian dishes.
On the western side of Lantau island, we discovered the picturesque town of Taiou. Some refer to it as HK's veins because of the town featurs many of criss-crossing waterways and the only transportation is by boat.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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To see Lantau’s most famous sites, you’ll have to either hop a local bus, or, if you want more flexibility, hire a taxi. No outside cars are allowed on the island, and even residents are restricted from driving during certain hours.

The island’s steep, interior hills hold one of Hong Kong’s premier attractions – the giant Buddha. 

Unveiled in 1993, it’s said to be the largest outdoor seated bronze Buddha in the world, and towers 112 feet high. Few statues have such a powerful impact as this enormous Buddha with its serene eyes and raised hand, ready to deliver a blessing. You have to climb some 260 steps to reach the statue, but it’s worth it.

The Buddha was built on the site of the Po Lin monastery, home to a devout community of Buddhist monks. Buddhism was introduced into China almost 2,000 years ago from India. The Chinese mingled traditional beliefs, such as Confucianism and Taoism, with Buddhist principles of peace and acceptance. Buddhists seek enlightenment in order to move beyond life’s suffering, and the monks here live quiet lives of meditation.

After climbing all of those steps, we’re in need of a lunch break. The monastery’s only restaurant is inexpensive and strictly vegetarian. Here, you’ll eat as the monks do, with tea, spring rolls, and tasty all-vegetarian dishes.

On the western side of Lantau Island, we discovered the picturesque town of Tai O. Some refer to it as “Hong Kong’s Venice”, because the town features many crisscrossing waterways, and the only real transportation is by boat.
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