Holidays to Hong Kong

Holidays to Hong Kong

Chinese, British, independent - Hong Kong is all that and vibrantly alive. From skyscrapers to small fish stands, high finance to barter, Hong Kong is a study in contrasts. There is always something happening in Hong Kong, yet there are corners of quiet in little side streets and Buddhist temples that allow you to take a breath and soak in the wonder of this city. Holidays to Hong Kong can be anything you want, since this city of seven million offers more than a little of everything. There are as many ways to see the city as there are modes of transportation, and visitors utilise the ferry system, the Victoria Peak tram, city buses and the rail system. Be sure to enjoy Hong Kong harbour at night, when the lights make the city absolutely magical, and take in a football or rugby game if you can - they bring competition to a whole new level!

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There are direct flights from major UK airports to Hong Kong International Airport. Currency: Hong Kong dollar Time difference: (GMT+8) Flight from UK: 12 hours to Hong Kong Visa: No Languages: Chinese, English National drink: Baijiu National dish: Dim sum Getting around in the city is easy, but keep a map or a GPS-enabled smartphone with you.
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Visit Tung Choi Street Ladies' Market, where stalls hold everything from fresh food to furniture - and things for men, too - and shop for designer clothes at the Harbour City shopping mall - Hong Kong's largest. The skyline tour at night is magical, and no visit to Hong Kong is complete without a tram ride up Victoria Peak. For history buffs, the Big Buddha and Victoria Harbour are a must, and if you are travelling with children - or even if you are not - there is Hong Kong Disneyland.
Hong Kong boasts some of the finest restaurants in the world - Tosca, Tin Lung Heen and the Aqua restaurants are just a few examples - while everything from Cajun to kosher can be found in the city. If you want to sample authentic dim sum, the unashamedly old fashioned Lin Heung Tea House is the place to do it, while for a taste of the bizarre, seek out a cha chaan teng - restaurants that serve an odd blend of eastern and western cuisine that arose in 1960s Hong Kong - like Mido Café.
By day and night, Hong Kong enchants. Take in the statue of Bruce Lee, take a tram to Lantau Island, take a trip to the often-overlooked Chi Lin Nunnery, a quiet oasis in a bustling city. Climb Dragon's Back and visit Ocean Park for a livelier experience. At the base of Victoria Peak is Hong Kong Park, a wonderful place to rest for a bit between destinations. Many hotels can arrange personal tours of specific areas, or suggest shopping or dining experiences to suit your tastes.

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