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Perfect Holiday Destination......Hong Kong 

Hong Kong, one of the world's most dynamic city! The Hong Kong Island skyline,  with its ever-growing number of skyscrapers, speaks to ambition and money. As  a Special Administrative Region of China, it is situated on the southeast coast of  China. The city is one of the world's leading financial, banking and trading  centers. It is made up of four parts: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, the  New Territories and the Outlying Islands. The prosperous island is the center of  economy, politics, entertainment and shopping with its southern part noted for  sea shores and bays. Kowloon is another flourishing part where Tsim Sha Tsui,  Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok are the most popular destinations. The New  Territories and Outlying Islands are ideal places to experience a peaceful and  natural  holiday. 

English-speaking visitors to Hong Kong won’t have trouble getting around as  English is the joint language with Cantonese. Hong Kong is a place of multiple  personalities, with aspects of its culture seeming purely British and other facets inscrutably Chinese. Transportation options are wide, from Hong Kong Island’s efficient metro system covering almost all major attractions to regular bus services, innumerable taxis, and water-taxis plying their way across the harbor. The public transport system is reasonably priced with opportunities to purchase all-inclusive tickets to save money.

WHEN TO GO : High season, from September through late December, sees sunny, dry days and cool, comfortable nights. January and February are mostly cool and damp, with periods of overcast skies. March and April are pleasant, and by May the temperature is consistently warm and comfortable. June through August are the cheapest months for one reason: they coincide with the hot, sticky, and very rainy typhoon (hurricane) season. Hong Kong is prepared for blustery assaults; if a big storm approaches, your hotel will post the appropriate signals (a No. 10 signal indicates the worst winds; a black warning means a rainstorm is brewing).

HONG KONG ATTRACTIONS : A visit to Hong Kong is an experience embracing history, tradition, remnants of the colonial culture, contemporary lifestyles, 21st century Western influences and, above all, the contrast between Cantonese life in the teeming city and its quieter manifestations on the outlying Islands. HONG KONG HIGHLIGHTS : • Hong Kong Disneyland for fun with Mickey and friends • Victoria Harbour for its promenades and spectacular views • Victoria Peak for breathtaking views over the harbor and Central • Lantau Island’s Giant Buddha • The Hong Kong Museum of History for a taste of archeology and traditions • Ocean Park for giant pandas and roller coasters • Taking in a meet at the Happy Valley Racecourse • Kowloon Waterfront for night-time views of Central’s stunning skyscrapers. 

HONG KONG FOOD : Hong Kong has a justly-deserved worldwide reputation as a gourmet paradise for its superb selection of food of all kinds at all prices. Its cuisine is influenced by traditional Cantonese and other Chinese cuisines, Japanese delicacies, and Western dishes. Bars and pubs in Hong Kong are something of an art form, with Lan Kwai Fong in Central home to expensive drinks and a wide choice of party venues, as well as summer food and beer festivals. La Dolce Vita (9 Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong Island) is a good starting point for cocktails, beers, and champagne. Soho district’s Hollywood Road, Elgin Street, and Staunton Street are crammed with bars, pubs, and eateries. The Melting Pot (Winley Building, Elgin Street, Hong Kong Island) is famed for its nightly jazz, set in a dimly-lit room and features first-class bands. The Yorkshire Pudding (6 Staunton Street, Hong Kong Island) serves British beers and pub grub, including fish and chips and bangers and mash. 

Every day is treat-and-eat day in this food-obsessed city, from breakfast to lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, and the obligatory late-night munchies. No less than 20 restaurants here are Michelin-starred, with five awarded the coveted three stars. For a very special night out, elegant Caprice (Four Seasons Hotel, Hong Kong Island) offers the best of French cuisine and Amber (Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Island) boasts Chef Richard Ekkebus’s innovative French contemporary cuisine. 

Seafood is an obvious favorite everywhere in the city, but the best places to try it are in Sai Kung’s Seafood Street in the New Territories or on Hong Kong Island’s neighboring Islands. The Fu Ah Seafood Restaurant (27 Hoi Pong Street, Sai Kung) is a favorite, and one of the best of Hong Kong’s many seafood eateries. 

Dragon Inn Seafood Restaurant (Castle Peak Bay, Tuen Mun) is another great choice, but both require travel from Hong Kong Island.

Lantau Island is a popular destination for its choice of dining venues. The Buddhist Vegetarian Restaurant (Po Lin Monastery, Lantau Island) serves examples of this healthy cuisine-turned-art-form, and is well worth a visit. 


  • There’s no sales tax on purchases in Hong Kong
  • Tipping, although not a Chinese custom, is expected from Western tourists
  • If you’re served hot tea, tap two fingers on the table as thanks
  • Chopsticks are the silverware of choice for eating

‚ÄčVisa Information 

Indian nationals can enter Hong Kong, with a valid travel document, for a period up to 14 days without a visa. Visa or entry permit is required for those who wish to stay more than 14 days.  Please check with your nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate or the Hong Kong Immigration Department for details.

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