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A forward-thinking city with an iconic skyline to match, Hong Kong is where all things colourful, commercial and cultural rule. The top of many traveller’s lists, shopping in Hong Kong is just as glorious as they say. Outlets leave no stone unturned in their pursuit of the ultimate retail experience, providing an astounding variety of every product imaginable. Bring your wallet, your every need and whim will be met in this city’s shops. Look beyond the city’s bright lights and you’ll find a dynamic cultural scene deeply rooted in history. In chaotic Hong Kong, drumbeats and dragon boats go hand-in-hand with colonial relics and to-die-for traditional Cantonese eats. The city may be packed with people, but with 70% of this island made up of mountains and country parks, nature and wildlife continue to flourish here. As diverse as they come, Hong Kong is on the up and up, and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

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Things to do in Hong Kong

  • Our tips for Hong Kong

    Our tips for Hong Kong
    • Take a hike. A compact mountainous terrain makes Hong Kong the perfect place to get your hike on. Head to Hong Kong Island and the New Territories for a good walk and to see some Instagram-worthy sights along the way.
    • Seek refuge in Kowloon Park. If you’ve braved Hong Kong with the little ones in tow, you’ll need a breather from time to time. Kowloon Park boasts a bundle of child-friendly spots and swimming pools, and has open spaces aplenty.
    • Eat up. One of the culinary capitals the world, Hong Kong’s foodie scene is as diverse as it is masterful. Go traditional and dig into delicious Cantonese hot pots or spicy Sichuanese dishes.
  • Good to know

    Good to know
    Best Time To Visit Avoid typhoon season in September, and keep away during the hot and rainy months of June through to August. Your best bet for a successful Hong Kong trip that won’t break the bank is visiting in October to early December.
    Getting Around Navigating bustling Hong Kong can prove testing. Keep these top tips handy so you can get around the city with ease…
    • Crowded and compact, taking public transport is essential in Hong Kong if you’re looking to get somewhere in a hurry.
    • Try the ultramodern Mass Transit Railway (MTR) out for size. It gets travellers from A to B quickly and efficiently, and services most urban destinations.
    • Hong Kong’s ferries are fast, reliable and cover the top city destinations. Plus, a ferry ride provides epic harbour views for free!
    • If you have some time, hop aboard a tram, they may not be as quick but they are extensive, reliable and well-priced.
    Stay Safe Hong Kong is a relatively safe city. Keep these travel tips in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch…
    • Hong Kong has its fair share of pickpockets, so look out for petty thieves who operate throughout the city’s main tourist areas. Carry small change and keep your handbag and other valuables close at all times.
    • If you are walking the streets alone, be wary of strangers and walk in well-lit, populated areas. Although Hong Kong is safe to walk around at night, its best to be aware and alert, appearing as if you know your way will ward off dodgy opportunists.
    • In any emergency, dial 999.