Honeymoon in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is a cosmopolitan weekend getaway where east meets west. It is a major business and cultural hub and a shopping paradise for many.

 

We got caught up with wedding planning, that we set aside our  honeymoon plans. It was only 3 days after the wedding that we booked an impromptu trip to Hong Kong. We snagged a round trip flight via Cebu Pacific for Manila – Hong Kong for two, priced at P 19,718. Fees, taxes and surcharges not included.

We find Hong Kong a good destination for our first out of the country, backpacking trip together. Prior to our travel, I researched for places to see, budget allocations and accommodations. We don’t have a  particular Hong Kong itinerary though and agreed to just visit the places we are able to go without stress during our visit.

hong kong mapGood thing one of our friend’s mom is staying in Hong Kong. She arranged for us a very cheap accommodation. It’s a boarding house, no frills, where we were able to rent one room, out of the 3 bedroom apartment. Shared kitchen & bathroom. Just a few minutes walk to the MTR station. It was never a problem since we are out most of the time, but if you’re honeymooning, and would prefer a fancy room, a hotel is a right place which probably costs double of what we paid for.

Day 1 – January 8

Our flight is 5:40 AM at NAIA Terminal 3.We were at the gate at 3:30 in the morning. It was a smooth flow at the check in counter. Although the immigration officer sounds intimidating (as usual). I wonder why they are all grumpy. It kind of affect the excitement you feel. Wouldn’t it be nice if someone greets you with a smile, just like they do with foreign visitors?

A little kwento, when I came back in the Philippines after two years, the immigration officer who inspected me is also stiff. I felt like I wasn’t welcomed at all.

Anyways, back at the airport, fees collected are:

  • P1,620 per pax for Travel Fee
  • P750 per pax for Terminal Fee

Again, I felt its a total ripped off. See my post about Boracay Getaway.

seattle's best + wedding ring + NAIA Terminal 3We still have an hour left before boarding. We haven’t eaten breakfast yet as we want to have the first taste in Hong Kong. Ferdie couldn’t help but order a cup of coffee at Seattle’s Best to kill time.

The flight from Manila to Hong Kong is 2 hours. Both countries don’t have a time difference but the weather, mannn it’s freezing out there!

The disadvantage of having to fly with low-cost airline like Cebu Pacific, is that they don’t offer free meals on board and no lcd screens in front of you. This is in exchange with the all-year round promo fares.  Just get over your boredom and go ahead and entertain yourself by checking out those cotton-like cloud formations during your flight. As for us, we have to catch up with sleep.

Around 8 in the morning, we landed safely in Hong Kong International Airport. We will be meeting Nanay, our friend’s mom, who will show us around and direct us to our accommodation.

If I remember correctly, we filled out a Hong Kong Immigration Form which stated where we will be staying and date of our arrival and departure. Checking out was rather easy. We also collected tourist maps and guides from the airport, its free.

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On the way out, we bought our Octopus Card. It costs HK$150 each and has stored value of  HK$100. It is quite useful in paying for MTR (Mass Transit Railway), buses, ferries and even in convenient stores and fast food restaurants.

We got our first encounter of public transportation in Hong Kong when we ride the double decker bus going to Tsuen Wan. The trip was fun and we were able to sightsee while the bus made few stops.

At 10 AM, we were having breakfast at where else? KFC! lol. Spent HK$60 for 3 pax. The breakfast meal is composed of one chicken, sausage, bun, coffee and soup. We didn’t like the soup. There’s a whole tomato in it that it tasted sour.  I guess Chinese like tomatoes so much, because I of the generous servings in different restaurants we’ve dine in.

After a quick breakfast, we went to a nearby store to buy a sim card for HK$38. We then headed over to our accommodation just across Tsuen Wan MTR station. We met a few Filipina boarders there.

Our room as expected is small with a double deck bed, a/c and a small table. The lower part of the bed can sleep two people. So, we will still be sleeping together. =)

After fixing our things we decided to explore the city. Let the adventure begin!

We planned to see the Tian Tan Buddha at Lantau Island after a peek of how huge it is from the plane. So off we go to MTR to ride the train going to Tung Chung Station.

Here is the map provided by HK MTR:

MTR Route Map

The HK train map is pretty easy to understand especially because I had experience commuting in Singapore that shares the same train management as in Hong Kong.

cimg8930Ngong Ping 360 Cable Carbuddhists statues at Tian Tan BuddhaAll tourist spots are accessible through the train and bus stations but we prefer the train even if it costs more, because its faster.

In Tung Chung Station, and evident in other stations, there are several signpost for landmark directions. Each stations have several exits, so its good that we have our map on hand.  We sought the direction going to Ngong Ping 360 or the Cable Ride. Passing through Citygate Outlet Mall along the way, where a good number of signature brand shops are located.

Cable Car Station is outside the MTR station and will take a few minutes walk. Take the escalator behind Citygate Outlet Mall. We paid for Enlightenment Package at HK$159 each which includes round trip Ngong Ping cable car journey, entry to walking with Buddha & Monkey’s Tale Theatre.

I was a bit hesitant because of my fear of heights, but I couldn’t passed up this once in a lifetime opportunity. Oh boy, I think its the longest cable car ride in my entire life. It wasn’t as scary as I thought it would be. We passed above the oceans and hills of Hong Kong. Its a beautiful ride and a must-try when you visit this land. From the cable car, we also get a good view of the massive Buddha structure seated at the mountain peak.

The strong wind made our cabin sway a bit. We were only 7 inside and we were told that on peak days, they allow it to be full, while some passengers stand through the whole journey.

Of course, I was relieved when we landed safe and sound. It was a good 30 minutes ride. We forgot about the camera near the end of the line, so we don’t have any picture perfect souvenir at the cable car.

The view from up there is breathtaking as well as in Ngong Ping Lantau Station. The sun is shining through, but its freezing cold.

The giant Tian Tan Bronze Buddha is seated on top the hill. It was completed in 1993. From the cable station, we still have to trek the road going to the foot of the 268 steps stairway.

Ferdie’s feet were already aching. He had a minor accident the day before the wedding where he lost his balance and fell badly at the hotel stairs. More than a week had pass and its not healed yet.

I told him to just wait for me and not to climb the stairs anymore, but he was insistent. We might not be able to visit Hong Kong again and this chance is hard to miss. So off we go to the journey of 268 steps.

Hong Kong Tian Tan Buddha

We were glad we took the challenge. We were treated with a spectacular 360 degrees view of surrounding mountains and the blue seascape of Lantau Island. It was freezing cold but the lovely view is inviting so we took few snaps here and there. Aside from the giant Tian Tan Buddha, there are also a smaller bronze Buddhistic statues surrounding it which looked like they are offering something to the Big Buddha.

A refreshment store is available within the area where you can buy snacks and drinks to quench your thirst from the hike. There are also three rooms below the Big Buddha: The Hall of Universe, The Hall of Benevolent Merit, and The Hall of Remembrance. Too bad, we weren’t able to explore those areas. I think it was Hall of remembrance where photos of the deceased are displayed and where prayers are offered.

We didn’t stay long, because we still have to catch up with the showtime for Walking with Buddha and Monkey’s Tale Theatre.

We passed by Po Lin Monastery and were able to witness the ceremony. It is one of those inspiring moment where you get to learn more about the culture and religion of one’s country. There were few people who lit incense.

We move on towards Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car station and checked where the theatres are located.

Walking with Buddha is a short interactive show that features the life of Siddharta Gautama and his journeys on becoming a Buddha. It is quiet an enlightening experience.

The Monkey’s Tale is more of an animation for kids, but we did enjoyed it too.

Time Check: 3:50 PM. We’re off to have a late lunch but we’re still clueless on where to head next.

Only four of us were inside the cable car ride. The wind was crazier than ever that made the ride a bit scarier.

We wanted to sample Chinese cuisine and find good bargains too so we headed to Nathan road. What’s funny is that there is no English translation available in some restaurants. We searched until we found this small restaurant. The poster has English words, so were good. Dinner costs us HK$90. It was not a late lunch but a dinner instead at 6:30 PM.

We explored the surrounding night market and pass by Hong Kong’s nightlife at Lan Kwai Fong road. We got bored and decided to check out Mongkok Night Market.

Mongkok Night Market

Bargains here and there. It was truly a shopper’s paradise. We scored a table runner at HK$50 each and souvenir HK T-shirts at HK$100 for 5 pieces. I was set to buy the ceramic egg doll, but we lost our way finding the stall which offered the best price. *sad* Lesson learned, amidst the sea of bargains, grab the first one you think offers the best value off your money. Chances are you’ll never find it again.

Our feet were aching so we stopped by Mc Donald’s to grab our coffee first and discuss our travel itinerary for the next days.

At passed 9 PM, we call it a night and find the nearest MTR station to take us home.

Day 2 – January 9

10:40 AM , We had breakfast at Yoshinoya, just a block away from our accommodation. Again, its freezing cold outside, I have 3 layers of clothing beneath my red jacket.  The Yoshinoya power breakfast is appetizing at HK$19 each. It got our loyalty award that during the rest of our stay, it was our first choice to start the day.

Since its Friday, we decided to take advantage of the weekday promo of Hong Kong Disneyland. We got our One-day ticket at HK$295 each. They have slightly higher rates on Saturday and Sunday.

It was pretty easy going there, we used the MTR to Disneyland Resort. We were wary though, that our Octopus Cards are losing credit, so we dropped by the cashier at the MTR to reload. To top up the card, a minimum of 50HKD is required.

Off to Sunny Bay Station where the gateway to magic is located. We rode the MTR Hong Kong Disneyland Resort Line from there, and it was fun. Its not your ordinary train, because the windows are the shape of mickey mouse’s head. The safety handles are mickey mouse inspired too. There are statue gallery of Disneyland characters, separating the seats. We were like kids, transferring seats here and there for photo ops.

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A few minutes later, we reached Disneyland. Again we were dazzled by the posh station. Seriously, this trip has a magical effect. It makes me feel giddy and excited. Just like a kid.

There’s a long escalator going up which created a sense of excitement on what lies ahead.Then finally an arc that welcomes you to Hong Kong Disneyland charms you to go inside instantly.

Now, I believe in magical element this place hold. We enjoyed every moment of our stay. We even waited in line to take photographs with Minnie and Mickey, Goofy, Donald Duck and the rest. There was a High School Musical, Chinese version and a boat ride to the jungle. But what I’m drooling most are the expensive trinkets and souvenirs.

Hong Kong Disneyland

It was a small world indeed when we bumped into Ferdie’s friend. They made a stop in Hong Kong and decided to tour before going back to Dubai.

At night time, we waited for the fireworks at sleeping beauty castle. It wasn’t grand but It was beautiful.

At quarter to 8, We were off to the MTR station going home. We made a stop at a food stall near our accommodation to sample some fried delights for dinner.

Day 3 – January 10

Its getting harder to wake up with this weather. Moreover, shower and freshen up. The water heater is working but our body is just numb to feel any warmth in it. Arggh. I heard its 10 degrees Celsius outside.

The day I’ve been waiting for has finally arrived. What’s the best thing to do in Hong Kong? You bet it’s shopping time!

From my research, Causeway Bay is the shopping district of Hong Kong and a haven for signature brands and local products as well. The rent here is regarded as one of the most expensive in the world. Among the shopping complex are Sogo and Time Square. Be aware though as it is one of the most crowded area in Hong Kong. Did I mention, we lost each other?

Hong Kong Ikea

I am eager to tour Ferdie around Ikea since we need some furniture for our new home. Somehow we lost each other at the busiest street of Causeway Bay. When I got in Ikea, he was already there checking out some dining piece.

He was surprised that we spent about 4 hours inside Ikea Store. Well, it’s his first time and I should take him again so he’ll get used to it. lol.

We were able to bring home few goodies and after grabbing some make-up at MAC Cosmetics shop, we are back at the MTR station to head home.

By 8 PM we meet up with Nanay to stroll along Tsuen Wan district. We went into the nearby mall to shop for few more items.

It was nice to walk outside at a cold weather. Its chilly but somehow therapeutic for our tired bodies. It especially helped our stressed out soul from wedding planning. The best medication prescribed: R&R (Rest & Relaxation).

An hour later, with a plastic shopping bag in tow, we  went back to our apartment. We managed to grab some street food. Some are yummy but the other tasted much of monosodium glutamate, which I’m not fond of.

We called it a night then.

Day 4 – January 11

Our day started at 10 AM. We had breakfast at Yoshinoya and discussed our itinerary for the day.

We went ahead to MTR station and ride the train going to Central District. We plan to try Hong Kong Peak  Tram and see where it will take us. From Central District, its a few more steps to go at the Garden Road Peak Tram Lower Terminus where tickets are sold. We get to enjoy a walk in the park and a quick visit at St. John’s Cathedral. The tall buildings along Central district glistened as the sun came out in full radiance.

We soon reached the The Peak Tram Lower Terminus and bought tickets which cost HK$48 per person. It includes a return ticket via Peak Tram and an entrance to Sky Terrace.

The Peak Tram & Sky Terrace

As it was a Sunday, many tourists and locals are already waiting in cue for the peak tram. We were lucky to snag a seat at the  left side of the tram, which isn’t a good choice since the spectacular view is on the right side.

Its a short ascend going to The Peak. I guess the highlight of the trip is going up the Sky Terrace. Its the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong that offers a panoramic 360-degree view of seascape, landscape and skyline of Hong Kong.

At the Peak, we passed by Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.  It is the house of over 100 wax figures of internationally known personalities. Too bad we’re on a limited budget and time, we weren’t able to mingle with the stars and celebrities. Well, there’s always a next time for a kiss with Brad Pitt and a red carpet experience with Marilyn Monroe.

Further up is an exit that lead to Sky Terrace. It is a wide expanse of viewing deck with coin-operated binoculars available for everyone. Professional Photographers are up for business to get you some picture-perfect moment.

After making rounds and taking photos here and there, we decided to explore the grounds of the Peak. Shortly we cued for the tram going down.

Upon reaching Lower Terminus and walking back to the MTR, we chanced upon some direction going to Hong Kong Park which is only a few blocks away. We went ahead and searched by foot. Glad we did, Hong Kong Park is a walk on nature and has been open to the public since 1991. We were amazed with the artificial lake & waterfall. We’ve also seen the enormous Olympic Square.

hong kong park

We noticed the park is popular for Newlywed Pictorials. There are also newly graduates wearing their toga on tour with their family.

After a quick trip at the park, we had a late lunch at Cafe De Coral. Time flies by past as it was already 2:30 PM.

Later, we headed to Tsim Sha Tsui station. Passing through New World Centre, we are greeted by a panoramic view of Victoria Harbour Waterfront. We had enough time to catch the sunset at the Avenue of Stars from the promenade. The promenade stretch is quite long with hand imprints of more than 100 outstanding professionals of Hong Kong’s film industry from the early 1900’s to 1990’s.

Star Ferries carrying tourist passengers add more charm to the harbour backdrop. Hong Kong’s Skyline is best viewed here from sunset to moonlit where  A Symphony of Lights is being played every night. It is a must watch synchronized  light, audio and pyrotechnic show that lights up the Hong Kong Skyline for about 15 minutes.

avenue of stars

We call it a night early as the weather gets even colder.

Day 5 – January 12

Our flight going home is at 8:25 AM. One of the boarders is in the same flight as ours. She requested that we help her in the airport in case she exceeded the baggage limit. So we did, since our baggage are less than our maximum allowance.

Our flight is on time and we arrived safely back in Manila.

Special Thanks to Jen’s mom for being a great host.

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  • Reply jarrold tan January 8, 2010 at 10:10 pm

    hello, just read yur post.. i just get married and ae are planning to go to hk for our honeymoon. i would like to know where you stay.. for us to save on our trip. thank you..

    • havenhunter
      Reply havenhunter January 10, 2010 at 9:44 am

      hi jarrold! thanks for reading. We were able to arrange our stay with my friend’s mom who work there. She knew someone who rents out an apartment (room) for transients. A great option if you are on a budget, but be aware though that the room is no frills and bathroom/kitchen is shared with other transients.

      Let me know if I can help you further.

  • Reply harold griffin April 4, 2010 at 4:41 am

    hello,
    i am hoping that you can refer me to the boarding house where you stayed. i need to rent a private room for myself and girlfriend from the Philippines. please give me name and number of person to contact at boarding house to rent room. this sounds like perfect accommodations for us.
    thanks,
    harold
    he_griffin

  • Reply Jho April 28, 2010 at 12:50 pm

    Hi, can you please give me the contact details of the boarding house where you stayed in HK. Me and my 2 girl friends are arriving in HK on May 5, 2010.

    I will appreciate your fast response. Thanks in advance!

  • Reply juliet maaba August 25, 2010 at 5:14 pm

    pls refer to me the boarding house u stayed …we wre going in hongkong on sept 29 2010..ty so much

  • Reply Jheejay March 10, 2011 at 12:14 am

    Hello po… May plan po kami pumunta sa Hongkong this coming May 2011. Hirap po kami maghanap kung saan po kami mag stay doon. 1st time lang po kasi namin at gusto po sana namin makatipid. Maari po ba namin malaman kung saan po kayo tumuloy at magkano po rent nyo per day or per night.

    Malaking tulong po sa amin kung maibibigay nyo po contact details. Maraming salamat po.

    God bless – jheejhay

    • havenhunter
      Reply havenhunter March 22, 2011 at 12:06 am

      Hi Jheejay,

      I emailed you the details. :)

      • Reply Claude April 1, 2011 at 11:25 pm

        hi….pls email also the detals of the boarding house…pls pls…

  • Reply JM June 25, 2011 at 7:42 pm

    can you email me details how to contact the boarding house ?

  • Reply maui July 13, 2011 at 3:20 pm

    hello can I ask for the details of the boarding house where you have stayed. we will be in Hongkong on July 21 and we haven’t found any accomodation yet. We are on a tight budget and your blog gave me a relief. There are four of us and hope we can get a room.thanks

    • havenhunter
      Reply havenhunter July 14, 2011 at 11:40 pm

      Hi Mauie, sent you the details. happy to help :)

  • Reply Noi July 16, 2011 at 6:45 pm

    Hello can I ask for the details of the boarding house where you have stayed. I will be in HK on Monday July 18, 2011.

    I was planing to stay like 5days. I am here already in Macau. Please send me the complete details thru my email. noi_depcampo@yahoo.com

    Thanks
    Noi :-)

  • Reply Kato July 26, 2011 at 10:00 pm

    Hi, Can you also send me details on your apartment? Thanks! :)

  • Reply krissy September 12, 2011 at 1:50 pm

    hello,
    please help me.. i am hoping you can refer me to the boarding house where you stayed. me and my boyfriend is on a tight budget… PLS.PLS.PLS.. this is my email: recitaxion20@yahoo.com

  • Reply riz November 5, 2011 at 3:15 pm

    Hi There,

    I searched google and I found your post. Im going to HK with my friends and we’re still looking for a place to rent. We’re on a tight budget and we really need some cheap rooms. We dont need some fancy rooms cause we’ll be out most of the time. Is your contact in HK still available? maybe you can refer me.

    THanks,
    Riz

  • Reply gene August 1, 2012 at 10:53 pm

    hi!

    been looking for cheap transient rooms in hongkong, halos sumuko na ako sa kakanahanap. hehe thank god i found your blog, kasi were really on a tight budget, magpipinsan lang kami. if its ok, pasend din sana ng details about dun sa boarding house niyo. thanks! :)

  • Reply Jenny Barcelona September 13, 2012 at 4:39 am

    Hi havenhunter, you’ve been very helpful for the details of your trip.. Me and my husband together with my parents will be going this october of 2012.. Pls. Send me also the details of the boarding where you stayed.. I would surely appreciate it.. Godless.. jrb_0215@yahoo.com.. Thank you so much..

  • Reply shine October 14, 2012 at 10:22 pm

    hi! can u please, please send me the contact number of the boarding house where you stayed? will be going this christmas. thanks! love your blog!x

    • havenhunter
      Reply havenhunter October 17, 2012 at 9:30 pm

      Hi Shine,
      thanks! I sent you an email :)

  • Reply shine October 19, 2012 at 1:47 pm

    im sorry, can you send it again, i didn’t get it. :( thankyou!

  • Reply Jhelz October 29, 2012 at 8:00 am

    Hi! Can u pls send me the contact no./ Info Nung place na ping stay-an nyo.. Will be goin to hk too but on a tight budget, for the kids kc.. Btw pwede po bang bata dun? Tnx tnx..

    • havenhunter
      Reply havenhunter November 8, 2012 at 10:16 pm

      sent

    • Reply Moses Gil July 8, 2013 at 11:39 am

      hi can i please have the info too.. thank you :-)

  • Reply Jig Shah October 31, 2012 at 12:28 pm

    Hello, thanks so much for sharing all those informations to us, Its a big help especially we are in so tight budget but need to explore and relax for a while after a year of work…. Can youi please send to me the details of the BOARDING HOUSE and its RENT per Day? Im planning to go to HK this December…..Thanks and more power!!!!!

  • Reply Missy November 4, 2012 at 8:16 pm

    Hi havenhunter! We’re going to hk dn and still don’t have a place to stay pa. Can u pls send me dn yun info regarding s lodging. Thank thanks! :)

    • havenhunter
      Reply havenhunter November 8, 2012 at 10:23 pm

      Hi Missy, sent you an email. Have fun in HongKong! :)

  • Reply jam November 17, 2012 at 2:47 pm

    Hello, Missy. Like the others who posted here, kindly send details of the boarding house. Salamat nang marami :)

  • Reply Vaughn Tiu December 8, 2012 at 1:11 pm

    Hello, just like the others, would lit be possible if we can get the details of the place where you stayed in Hong Kong. There will be 4 of us that will be travelling, 3 adults & a 4 year old child. Thank you.

  • Reply marge January 10, 2013 at 1:09 am

    HI! im not sure if this post is still active but i am hoping it is! can i have the contact details of where you stayed in HK? My family and I are going there in february in time for the chinese new year. Would love to check out the place. You can send me an e-mail in my gmail address. Thanks much

  • Reply mayella February 6, 2013 at 8:38 am

    Hello, Can you please send the address or the email of the boarding house in HK? still looking for a place to stay on our March trip. Thank you very much in advance.

  • Reply khryzze March 12, 2013 at 10:44 pm

    ,hi ! Just wanna ask , if magkano lahat ng expenses kasama na ung airfare ? For three days lang naman . Thank you in advance :)

  • Reply MARIE TIU April 14, 2013 at 1:05 am

    HI MISS. I’D LIKE TO GET THE DETAILS OF THE PLACE WHRE YOU STAYED IN HONG KONG. I WILL BE TRAVELLING WITH 3 OTHERS, SO THERE WILL BE FOUR OF US. Thank you.

  • Reply Moses Gil July 8, 2013 at 11:32 am

    hi there! it’s really nice of you to share those information with us.. we were able to get a lot of ideas on how to spend our 3-day stay in HK with a very exciting itinerary.. we are bound for hong kong this coming august and still having trouble where to stay.. may i request you to please send me too the address and contact no. of the place where you’ve stayed. thank u and God bless! :-))

  • Reply peachy aguinaldo September 3, 2013 at 10:39 pm

    Hi, we are planning to visit HK this yr. Very tight budget kami. Can you please send us the details kung san kayo nag stay para we can also enjoy Hk ng hindi gumagastos ng mahal sa hotel. Please i really need your help. 4 adults with 1 kid po kami.. email add. aguinaldopresilyne@yahoo.com. Hope to hear from you.

  • Reply Rholce October 17, 2013 at 4:55 pm

    hi, can u send us a detail where u stay, how much, contact person and number. Thank you so much. ur a big help!!! my email add czebergola@yahoo.com

  • Reply Gary malabanan April 12, 2014 at 4:03 pm

    Pls nid to know kng san po kami mkkmura..f kuha kami all in sa travel agency o walk in pgpunta dun..hanap haus for rent tz disneyland ticket..pls help me!dun sa mkktipid..tnx

  • Reply Miss Kwan April 13, 2014 at 5:37 pm

    thanks for the sharing it’s very helpful

    Love regards,

  • Reply Miss Kwan April 13, 2014 at 5:38 pm

    thanks for the sharing it’s very helpful, i will try it on this Thursday, wish me have a good journey and happy trip….

    Love regards,

  • Reply lani August 3, 2014 at 2:38 pm

    hi, can you send me the name and tel no of the boarding house. plus how much per night. thanks.

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