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You haven’t experienced big city living until you’ve been to Hong Kong! Neon-lit skyscrapers neighbour traditional fishing villages, while cable cars and hiking trails take you to some of the city’s best views for photo ops you won't want to miss. Whether you’re looking for some retail therapy with easy access to some of the world’s top brands, or to expand your culinary palette with award-winning eats, Hong Kong is what you’ve been looking for.

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Looking for some inspiration for your trip to Hong Kong? We’ve got you covered. There’s no shortage of things to do in this incredible city. Start your visit with a trip to the Peak Galleria, where you’ll find panoramic views of the city. If you’re an art lover, head down to Tai Kwun, an old police station that’s been repurposed into a cultural hub filled with shops and restaurants, or spend a day wandering the galleries at the Hong Kong Museum of Art. For nature retreats, we recommend the incredible Nan Lian Garden which features architecture styled after the Tang Dynasty.


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English, Mandarin and Cantonese are all frequently spoken.

What to eat

No visit to Hong Kong would be complete without dim sum, traditionally eaten as breakfast but served at all hours of the day. Char siu buns are another Hong Kong classic, for those that eat pork. Egg waffles from a street vendor make a great snack on the go, but cart noodles make an excellent meal if you’re looking for something more filling. To satisfy your sweet tooth, head for the bakeries to taste pineapple buns or Hong Kong-style egg tarts.

What to bring back

Hong Kong is home to some of the world’s most renowned bespoke tailors, so if you’re looking for a custom-fitted suit or dress that just screams “you,” there’s no better place to be. Traditional Chinese crafts and goods, like teapots, jade jewelry, or silk clothes make great options as well.


Wondering when the best time to visit Hong Kong is? If you’d prefer warm and dry weather, plan to visit Hong Kong between March and April, and October and December. For those that don’t mind the rain, summers are warm and wet. For the lowest prices, avoid going during holiday seasons like the Mid-Autumn Festival, or Chinese New Year.

Fun Fact

Although most people think of Hong Kong as just the city, it’s actually made of more than 200 islands, which is why its iconic ferries transport more than 70,000 people a day!


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