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S.K.H. Lui Ming Choi Memorial Primary School Primary 5B Project
Introduction Chan Hung Chau,Tong Chun Lok,Wong Pok Tsung, Lui Wing Lam Chan Ling Yuk and I did a survey at the Peak.We interviewed twenty-seven tourists. We learnt some information about their favourite places through this survey. Chan Hung Chau,Tong Chun Lok,Wong Pok Tsung, Lui Wing Lam Chan Ling Yuk and I did a survey at the Peak.We interviewed twenty-seven tourists. We learnt some information about their favourite places through this survey.
Statistics 31% of tourists came from mainland China. There are 25% tourists coming from Europe.
18% of the tourists would like to see views of nature. Shopping Malls
16% of tourists had been to Tsim Sha Tsui. 11% of tourists had been to Repulse Bay and the Space Museum. Causeway Bay
According to the percentage of three bar charts, we found that most tourists prefer views of nature. Here, we would like to recommend ‘Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park’ which the tourists should love. A Place You Shouldn’t Miss
The Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park is one of the first Marine Parks established in Hong Kong. It was designated on 5 July Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park is a sheltered bay located north of Sai Kung West Country Park. It covers an area of about 260 hectares. The landward boundary follows the high water mark along the coastline. Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park
Ecology of Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park Mangrove: A small mangrove community is located at the estuarine of the Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park. The mangrove community occupies about 0.53 hectares. Four native mangrove species including Kandelia candel, Aegicera corniculatum, Excoecaria agallocha and Bruguiera gymnorrhiza are recorded in this mangrove community.
Two other native mangrove plants, Avicennia marina and Lumnitzera racemosa has also been recorded in other mangroves sites in Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park.
Mangrove areas commonly act as nursery grounds for juvenile fishes and other intertidal and subtidal invertebrates.
Coral Communities and Other Marine Lives Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park is a sheltered bay with pristine water quality, so it provides a good marine environment for housing a great variety of marine organisms. It is well known that Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park has lush coral communities.
Historical Remnant One of the famous scenic heritage spots in Hoi Ha Wan, is the remnants of lime kilns. There are 4 lime kilns in Hoi Ha Wan but only 2 remain relatively intact. They are located on the eastern shore of inner Hoi Ha Wan.
Fifty-nine out of 88 stony coral species recorded in Hong Kong can be found in this marine park.The hard corals Cyphastrea spp., Echinophyllia spp., Favia spp., Favites spp., Goniopora spp., Leptastrea spp., Lithophyllon spp., Pavona spp. and Platygyra spp. are dominant in either one or more coral sites within the Marine Park. Over 120 species of reef-associated fishes have been recorded in this Marine Park.
Furthermore, records of the wide variety of marine animals in this marine parks such as starfish and jellyfish, further demonstrate its ecological significance.
After doing this project, I have learn more about tourists. The tourists we survey were kind. They were eager to answer our questions. Tourists like shopping in Hong Kong very much. They like eating seafood too. English is better now. No longer afraid to speak to people from other countries now. I feel very happy about this. After doing this project, I have learn more about tourists. The tourists we survey were kind. They were eager to answer our questions. Tourists like shopping in Hong Kong very much. They like eating seafood too. English is better now. No longer afraid to speak to people from other countries now. I feel very happy about this. Michael Michael
Lui wing lam On 19 th March, 2004,I felt very happy when I interviewed tourists at the Peak. The tourists were very friendly. They said my English was good! I was very happy. I think this project was helpful. It helped us learn how to help each other. I want to do another project like this. I like the interviews very much.
I am happy I did this project. I could finish this project on the computer. However, I did not like that this project because was time consuming. Tom Chan
In March, I went to the Peak. The Peak was big. The view was beautiful. At the Peak, I interviewed tourists. The tourists were kind. My classmates helped me to survey the tourists. My Mandarin is good so I searched for Chinese tourists. I was happy that day. I liked doing this project because it was fun. Angel Chan
We did a survey in March, That day, I went to school in the morning. After lunch, we went to the Peak. I was happy. I hope I can do a survey again so I can practice my English. I hope my English can get better through this kind of activity. Tommy Law
In my group,I did many things. I feel lucky because I can learn more about tourists in Hong Kong. We have made a Web-site together.We have researched things step by step. But, I want to do much better next time so that our group can get higher scores. Angus Tong