Hong Kong

Dubbed the ‘City of Life’, Hong Kong, set on South China’s eastern Pearl River Delta, is a true gem of Asia. This destination is a fusion of ancient and modern, natural beauty and urban bustle, mysticism, and cosmopolitan flair. While this pulsing urban metropolis may bring to mind a slew of glittering skyscrapers, there is certainly no shortage of natural wonders. In fact, mountains and sprawling country parks encompass over 70 percent of Hong Kong. See the highest number of skyscrapers in the world from the famous Star Ferry, the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, or by heading up Victoria Peak. Explore spectacular sacred temples, go on a food tour, or party the night away. Enjoy the flurry of fascinating museums, shopping at the many chic side-street boutiques, antique stores, and cheerful gadget bazaars.

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Electrical sockets in Hong Kong are Type G (BS-1363). If your appliance’s plug doesn’t match the shape of this sockets, you will need a travel plug adapter…

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Currency The currency of Hong Kong 1 Renminbi Yuan (CNY; symbol ¥) = 10 jiao/mao or 100 fen. Notes are in denominations of ¥100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 1, 5…

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Visitors to Hong Kong will find authentic food from all the regions of China, including Cantonese, Northern (Peking), Chiu Chow (Swatow), Shanghai, Szechuan…

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Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with four seasons, and weather strongly influenced by two monsoons: the north-northeast monsoon from October to March…

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Hong Kong has only one commercial airport, there are no domestic flights in Hong KongThere are double-decker Hong Kong Tramways trams on Hong Kong Island,…

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Lightweight clothing and a light raincoat are recommended during the warmer months, while warmer clothes are useful in winter. It should be noted that…

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