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Lantau Island in November - Need your wisdom

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I've been to Hong Kong the city several times, but I've never been to Lantau Island. I plan to be there this November for about 4 days, but I don't want to find out after my trip that it could have been better with your advice!

My interests are primarily cultural and natural. Of course, I want to visit the Buddha. Walking is also on the list. I am not an athlete, but I can do quite a bit so long as I go slowly. (For example, in Bhutan I went up to Tiger's nest at 10,000 feet, but I took the horses up to where the steps start. Then 715 steps down and up into the temple and then 715 steps back, plus the 4 miles down the mountain afterwards. I did it, but slowly, and was really proud of myself afterwards.) So suggestions to get to things that every tourist doesn't get to would be great.

I'm not much into shopping, but if there is somewhere to get an authentic momento, that would be good.

For hotels, is it better just to stick near the transportation hubs?

All advice gratefully accepted!

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