28 Jan 2020 - 29 Jan 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Whether you're travelling for business or pleasure, Hong Kong is much more than a layover city. The city of skyscrapers is spread across 2 islands divided by Victoria Harbour, and both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon have their distinctive charms.
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Overlooking Victoria Harbour, Tsim Sha Tsui's popularity rests on more than incredible views of the city skyline. TST is the hub of Hong Kong's nightlife, with plenty of cheap hotels geared towards younger travellers. It's also a shopping and dining mecca and where you'll find the city's museum cluster: the Hong Kong Museum of History, Museum of Art and Space Museum, among others. If the crowds get too overwhelming, take a break in the vast and peaceful Kowloon Park.
Hong Kong's CBD, in the centre of Hong Kong Island, is a great place for visitors too. Some of the world's best shopping and dining is on your doorstep in mind-boggling malls, you can catch an event at Hong Kong Stadium and see Chinese heritage and culture at traditional buildings such as Man Mo Temple, the city's oldest. When you feel like a break, visit sprawling Victoria Park or take the historic funicular railway to the top of Victoria Peak for the best views in the city.
Still part of the CBD, home of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and government offices, Wan Chai has a quirkier side as the city's emerging hipster neighbourhood. You'll find cheaper hotels, chic cafes and plenty of history in Hong Kong's oldest district, easily accessible along the Wan Chai Heritage trail.
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Some of Hong Kong's best experiences are away from the main islands. One of its most important religious sites, the Big Buddha at Po Lin Monastery can be reached on the Ngong Ping Cable Car for awe-inspiring views.
If you're visiting Hong Kong with the kids or just love to have fun, the city is one of the best in the world for theme parks. The two biggest are Disneyland Hong Kong and Ocean Park, the latter being the largest theme park in Asia.
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A great place for Chinese food and beverage as well as rich cultural atmosphere
Hong Kong is so easy to get around. I stayed way out of Central area but visited every day.
The air was extremely polluted and it was the most expensive city I have ever been to
It's a great place for food and massage n partying,also adventure parks,the peak is a must visit