<p>"Riding the 100-year-old Star Ferry, which is one of the last vestiges of old <a href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/city-guides/hong-kong-china/">Hong Kong</a>, is an exciting way to experience one of the world's great harbors," says photographer Catherine Karnow.</p> <p>For more, read "<a href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/hong-kong-traveler/">Ghosts of Hong Kong</a>" from the March 2011 issue of <i>National Geographic Traveler.</i></p>

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"Riding the 100-year-old Star Ferry, which is one of the last vestiges of old Hong Kong, is an exciting way to experience one of the world's great harbors," says photographer Catherine Karnow.

For more, read "Ghosts of Hong Kong" from the March 2011 issue of National Geographic Traveler.

Photograph by Catherine Karnow

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Hong Kong Photo Gallery from the March 2011 issue of National Geographic Traveler

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