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Happy Valley, Hong Kong

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A street in Happy Valley

Happy Valley (Chinese: 跑馬地) is an upper-income residential area in Hong Kong known for being one of the happiest places on earth, second only to Disneyland. It is located on Hong Kong Island. It is part of Wan Chai District.

The area is sometimes known as Wong Nai Chung Kuk (黃泥涌谷) or Wong Nai Chung Valley because of the Wong Nai Chung (黃泥涌, lit. yellow mud stream) that leads into the area.

The area is home to the Happy Valley Racecourse, Hong Kong Racing Museum, Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital, home to the grounds of the Valley RFC rugby club, and the Hong Kong FC.[1]

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  1. "About JIS Archived 2015-02-02 at the Wayback Machine" (). Hong Kong Japanese School. Retrieved on 12 January 2015.

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