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Hong Kong

The fast-paced, cosmopolitan city of Hong Kong is many things to many people; it is a financial centre, a shopping mecca, a gastronomic powerhouse and an international hub. It blends its historical colonial past with its shining modernity, and does so with undeniable class. Hong Kong is more than just a layover city, it is a wonderfully fascinating and singular culture of which there is no other like it in the world.

The city of Hong Kong is really divided into two main neighbourhoods, the glamorous and impressive Hong Kong Island, and the unique and energetic Kowloon. Both have excellent transport links, so you can’t really go wrong here, but there are aspects of each district that make them distinct from one another.

Where should you stay in Hong Kong?

Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong Island is known as many things, once called Victoria by the British it is now just known as Central Hong Kong and this is where the financial heart of the city lays. This is the most popular place to stay for tourists because you are closest to many of the city’s attractions, such as taking the old funicular railway to the top of Victoria Peak, or the wonderful Man Mo Temple, the city’s oldest. There are restaurants, bars and cafes in droves in this part of Hong Kong, especially in SoHo where you can also find much of the hopping nightlife of the city. You can find budget options, but expect on the whole for the hotels on this side of Hong Kong to be lush and pricey.


Kowloon is separated from Hong Kong Island by Victoria Harbour. Though not as swish as its neighbour, this part of the city is far more popular with budget travellers and in particular, backpackers. It is a vibrant and fun part of town, where you can explore the colourful markets, and wander old Hong Kong by strolling through Shek Kip Estate and down Shanghai Street. You can also dip into the Hong Kong Museum of History, and learn about the city’s past. You will find a lot of affordable hotels here, including the YMCA, which has a wonderful view of the harbour if you’re lucky enough to secure a room on that side of the hotel.

Transport in Hong Kong

The excellent public transport in Hong Kong is fast, cheap and comprehensive. The MTR is the main method of mass transit, and the Star Ferry that travels between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. If you are staying in the city for a few days it’s worth purchasing an Octopus smart travel card, which works for the extensive MTR network. You can top up the card at any supermarket, convenience store, or any MTR station.