Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is an awe-inspiring and magnificent metropolis. It is home to more than seven million people, consists of 260 islands and boasts more skyscrapers than any other city in the world. Although it is a huge city with countless interesting tourist spots, historical sights, fantastic natural areas, world-famous cuisine and much more, Hong Kong is very easy to navigate.

Weather averages in December

  • Day 20°C
  • Night 15°C
  • Rain 0

Hong Kong is an awe-inspiring and magnificent metropolis. It is home to more than seven million people, consists of 260 islands and boasts more skyscrapers than any other city in the world. Although it is a huge city with countless interesting tourist spots, historical sights, fantastic natural areas, world-famous cuisine and much more, Hong Kong is very easy to navigate.

Weather averages in December

  • Day 20°C
  • Night 15°C
  • Rain 0

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A city of skyscrapers and stunning nature

Hong Kong, a business and financial hub that rightly boasts the title of “Asia’s World City”, is a former British colony and an ideal destination for an urban adventure. Hong Kong offers numerous sights, ranging from the famous tourist spots to fantastic natural areas, from the neon-lit streets of Mongkok to the quiet fishing villages of Tai O, and the good news is that many of Hong Kong’s best attractions are free - from light shows to hikes and views of the breathtaking landscape from Victoria Summit

 

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If you live for gastronomic delights, Hong Kong will be perfect for you. As one of the world’s foodie capitals, the city serves truly succulent dishes, whether it is Cantonese, Sichuan, Japanese or French cuisine. You can indulge in anything and you will not be disappointed, be it a bowl of wonton noodles, freshly prepared dim sum or the latest creation by the newest celebrity chef. After finishing shopping, experience a special culinary experience at the night market on Temple Street, where fresh seafood can be enjoyed on plastic chairs.

Although it may not seem like that when lost in a maze of skyscrapers, more than 70% of Hong Kong is covered by mountains and vast rural parks, with several geological and historical gems lying within.

The pace of life in the heart of the most cosmopolitan Asian city seems fast and chaotic, but escaping from the city proper to its islands reveals a different, more serene side of Hong Kong. Although it may not seem like that when lost in a maze of skyscrapers, more than 70% of Hong Kong is covered by mountains and vast rural parks, with several geological and historical gems lying within. Efficient public city transport and affordable taxis enable fast and comfortable movement around the city. Spend the day wandering around the Song Dynasty village, hike over a secluded island or kayak among the volcanic sea arches. You can also experience a more peaceful version of the city by visiting Taoist temples smelling of fragrant incense or taking a stroll through one of the city’s beautifully landscaped parks.

 

Sights in Hong Kong

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Tian Tan Buddha Statue

The main attraction on the island of Lantau is a 34-metre hilltop statue, known as the Big Buddha.

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Man Mo Temple

The oldest temple in Hong Kong and its major landmark.

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Hong Kong Wetland Park

The state-of-the-art ecotourism facility is intended to promote green tourism and environmental education.

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Victoria Top

The 552-metre-high mountain is the highest point on the island and offers a 360-degree view of the city.

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Temple Street Night Market

The liveliest night market in the city, equally popular with both locals and tourists.

Airports

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Hongkong Airport

Hong Kong International Airport is one of the world’s busiest and best airports, located west of the city, on the island of Chek Lap Kok. The distance between the airport and central Hong Kong is 38 kilometres and the car ride takes 50 minutes.

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