hong kong

A metropolis like no other

Even as Hong Kong speeds into the future, traces of its past remain. What was once a humble fishing village has transformed into a maze of skyscrapers, narrows streets, busy thoroughfares, spiritual shrines and glimpses of green.

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Things to do in Hong Kong
There are so many things to do in Hong Kong, it’s hard to know where to begin. A good place to start is Victoria Peak. Take the historic tram up to the highest point in the city and witness the spectacular skyline vistas for yourself. Then, hop on one of famous ferries that make their way across the bay, one of the best ways to see the city. Come evening, watch the Symphony of Lights. It’s the world’s biggest permanent light show and it’s completely free. Take some time out from the hectic city life to pay respects at one of the otherworldly temples and religious sites, like the Man Mo Temple, a popular spot with locals and visitors alike.
Dining Out
Hong Kong is a true foodie paradise. Home of everything from Michelin star cuisine to affordable yet incredible street food, the island city is famed for its Cantonese-infused food scene. You can’t visit without trying Dim Sum, a smorgasbord of bite-sized morsels, all of them delectable. The city boasts one of the highest concentrations of eateries anywhere in the world, with a restaurant for every 300 people. Sample the local specialty that is sweet & sour pork, a staple of Hong Kong cuisine that’s made its way to Chinese restaurant menus across the world. Delicious dumplings, authentic eats and familiar global favourites await. Whatever your preference, you won’t go hungry.
Shopping
A year-round shopper’s paradise. Hong Kong is a shopping Mecca where you can discover top brands, high-end luxury, street bazaar bargains and all kinds of quirky boutiques and stores. Malls are practically a way of life here and integrated into the cityscape. Venture to Mong Kok for the famous Ladies Market, fashion bargains and traditional Chinese crafts. The district of Tsim Sha Tsui is home to the spectacular Harbour City Mall, the city’s largest. Whether you want to while away the hours on a shopping spree in a major mall, or wander down a narrow street packed with stalls you will find something to suit.
Entertainment & Nightlife
Once evening falls and the skyscrapers light up, the city truly comes alive. Its vibrant streets hum with activity; there’s a dizzying array of things to do at night in Hong Kong. While Hong Kong isn’t as dense in night markets as other parts of Asia, don’t forget to grab a bargain at Temple Street Night Market, a popular night shopping destination for all kinds of shoppers. Hong Kong’s rooftop bars are something to see – they’re one of the top ways to take in the views and see the city skyline. You’ll find all kinds of bars and clubs from exclusive hangouts to underground hotspots. Businesses here tend to stay open late, so you can still go shopping until late and it’s easy to grab something to eat before heading out.

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