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A visionary metropolis boasting an iconic skyline, Hong Kong stands as a vibrant realm where vibrant colors, commerce, and culture reign supreme. Book from a list of curated Hongkong sightseeing tours to embark on a journey to know this wonderful city. At the forefront of many travelers' itineraries, the shopping experience in Hong Kong lives up to its glorious reputation. Retail outlets spare no effort in delivering the ultimate shopping extravaganza, offering an astonishing array of products to cater to every conceivable need and desire. Remember to bring your wallet, as this city's shops are equipped to fulfill your every whim. Despite its crowded streets, Hong Kong surprises with 70% of its landscape comprised of mountains and country parks, where nature and wildlife thrive. Hong Kong attractions are diverse and ascending, continuing the upward trajectory with no signs of slowing down anytime soon. So, don’t wait up and book Hong Kong day tours and more.
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Our tips for Hong Kong

  • Take a hike. A compact mountainous terrain makes Hong Kong the perfect place to get your hike on. Take a Hong Kong day trip and head to 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 the city with the little ones in tow, you’ll need a breather from Hong Kong sightseeing 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. The most amazing of Hong Kong attractions, at this city’s food offerings, go traditional and dig into delicious Cantonese hot pots or spicy Sichuanese dishes.

Good to know

In Cantonese, "Hong Kong" translates to "Fragrant Harbour," believed to allude to the aroma of the native agarwood trees. Boasting an extraordinary skyline, Hong Kong features over 300 buildings exceeding 150 meters in height. The city hosts the world's sole double-decker tram system, offering both practical transportation and a scenic city journey. Despite its bustling urban reputation, Hong Kong comprises more than 260 islands, each contributing to its diverse landscapes. Renowned for shopper-friendly policies, the city is a paradise for shopping enthusiasts due to the absence of sales tax or Value Added Tax (VAT).

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to book a Hong Kong tour?

    If you’re looking to keep your options open and make the most of all the things to do in Hong Kong, avoid typhoon season in September, and keep away during the hot and rainy months of June through to August too. Your best bet for a successful Hong Kong trip that won’t break the bank is visiting in October to early December.

  • Q: How do I get around?

    Navigating bustling Hong Kong can prove testing. Keep these top tips handy so you can get around the city with ease. Although crowded and compact, taking public transport is essential if you’re looking to get somewhere in a hurry or you’re looking to budget your Hong Kong day tours. When considering what to do in Hong Kong, and how to get there, 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, and 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 as the city’s other transport options, but they are extensive, reliable and well-priced.

  • Q: Any tips for staying safe in Hong Kong?

    Hong Kong is a relatively safe city. Keep these travel tips in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch. The city has its fair share of pickpockets operating throughout the city’s main tourist areas. Be sure to look out for petty thieves on your Hong Kong tours, carrying only small change and keeping 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, it is best to be aware and alert, appearing as if you know your way will ward off dodgy opportunists. In any emergency, dial 999.

  • Q: Are there any cultural norms or etiquette I should be aware of?

    Typically, a slight bow or nod is the customary way to greet. When exploring temples, it is advised to dress modestly, and when entering someone's home, it is considered polite to remove your shoes.

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