Hong Kong is best known as a shoppers' paradise. However, there is so much more to Hong Kong than shopping. This dynamic and vibrant cosmopolis is a fusion of many cultures. Remnants of its colonial past and the British culture and values, share space with the Chinese tradition. Visitors will have no problem getting around Hong Kong. English is widely used throughout the islands and almost all the street signs are bilingual. Here, China Highlights has listed for you the top reasons to visit Hong Kong. You can also check out recommended top things to do, attractions and destinations to visit in China.
Hong Kong is a sophisticated fusion of the east and the west. It is under the cultural influences of Cantonese, Mandarin, British, and there are also substantial communities from Hakka, Fujian and Shanghainese people. All the cultures are unique themselves while harmoniously mixed together at the same time.
A famed shoppers' paradise, Hong Kong offers a unique shopping experience. From trendy boutiques to traditional Chinese product stores, from luxurious shopping malls to the bustling street markets, you can find everything from the latest designer fashions and electric products to best-value collectibles and antiques.
Renowned as the culinary capital of Asia, Hong Kong is a world of exquisite, mouth-watering international dining options. Apart from trying the regional Cantonese food, tourists can also enjoy a full choice of authentic Asian and western cuisines. The local dim sum and fresh seafood are must-tries!
Don't miss the fun at night in Hong Kong. You will find the place that fits your interests. Most bars and pubs are mass in east Tsim Sha Tsui, Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai. You can also take a night cruise at the Victoria Harbor to enjoy the view and the Symphony of Lights. Of course, there are many more.
Hong Kong is a perfect destination for family tours, with parks, temples, museums, and natural reserves. Children will have fun meeting cartoon characters in Disneyland, taking a boat ride at a fishing village, and riding the tram all way up to the Victoria Peak.
There are many festivals throughout the year, and whenever you visit Hong Kong, you may have a good chance to experience the unique culture of Hong Kong. Lion and dragon dances, fireworks, festive feasting, carnivals and parades come together to create the festive atmosphere.
Hong Kong boasts an excellent transportation network. It bears the reputation as having one of the best transportation systems in the world. It is also very convenient when it comes to getting around within Hong Kong.
Hong Kong's location made it the main gateway to China as well as much of East Asia. Therefore, its international air service is excellent and competition keeps the fares relatively low compared to neighboring countries.
Hong Kong visa will be needed from you if you enter Hong Kong even though you have got a China visa. You could know more about the Hong Kong visa here: http://www.chinahighlights.com/hong-kong/visa.htm
CocoCoco Yang replied on 2013-10-02
Hi Charlene, the average temperature in Hongkong in Jan. is 14 °C (57 °F) ~19 °C (66 °F), very comfortable weather, so it is the perfect time to go.Whitney Liao replied on 2012-12-10
Hi Margaret, you can go to Sanya and Hongkong in China where it is warm in winter. Vietnam, Malaysia and Burma are also worth going.Whitney Liao replied on 2012-11-07
Hi Debby, for hotels in Hong Kong, please check here http://www.chinahighlights.com/hotel/hong-kong-hotels/
The Disneyland, Ocean Park, Repulse Bay, Aberdeen Harbor, Victoria Peak, etc are all can't missing in HK.
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Add: Building 1, No. 506, Lok Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong 香港铜锣湾洛克道506号1字楼
Tel: 00852-2893 0587Whitney Liao replied on 2012-10-22