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Hong Kong (HK), officially known as the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, stands as the world's third-largest financial hub, often mentioned alongside New York and London as part of the 'Nylonkong' trio. It holds titles such as the 'Pearl of the Orient,' 'Gastronomic Paradise,' and 'Shopping Paradise.' Located in southern China, east of the Pearl River Estuary and along the South China Sea coast, Hong Kong shares its northern border with Shenzhen in Guangdong Province. To the west lies the Pearl River, with Macau Special Administrative Region, Zhuhai City, and Zhongshan City visible across the Pearl River Estuary. The region is composed of three main areas: Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula, and the New Territories.

Recommended Hong Kong Tours

What to see and do in Hong Kong?  

Exploring and Dining in Yau Tsim Mong: Yat Lai Street, Man Fung Building, Tung Choi Street, Goldfish Street, Ladies' Market, Sneaker Street, Yau Ma Tei Police Station/ICAC, Temple Street Night Market.

City Cultural Highlights: Kowloon Park, Chungking Mansions, Clock Tower, Star Ferry (Tsim Sha Tsui), Central Ferris Wheel, Ding Ding Tram, Golden Bauhinia Square, Star Ferry (Wan Chai), K11 MUSEA, Avenue of Stars.  

Hong Kong Island Exploration: Times Square, Monster Building (Hong Kong University), Western District Public Cargo Working Area (Recommended in the Evening), Sai Wan Swimming Shed, Mid-levels Escalator, Peak Tram, Victoria Peak. 

Amusement Parks: Disneyland, Ocean Park. 

Art and Culture Museums: Hong Kong Palace Museum, M+ Museum, Tai Kwun, PMQ. 

Island and Coastal Adventures: Lamma Island, Cheung Chau Island, Tai O, Sai Kung, Stanley.

  • aberdeen harbour Hong Kong

    Half-day Hong Kong Island Tour

    Market; Mountain; Beach; City Walk; Education; Island;

    In this half-day tour, our knowledgeable guide will take you to see the highlights including Aberdeen, Repulse Bay and Victoria Peak.
    On Request
  • Hong Kong Trams

    Half-day Kowloon Private Tour

    Garden; Temple; Culture Lessons;

    This private half-day tour will take you to the cultural and heritage sights that Kowloon bears including Wong Tai Sin Temple, Nan Lian Garden and Bird Garden.
    On Request
  • Bamboo Forest Monastery

    Half-day New Territories Private Tour

    Monastery; Temple; Ancient Architecture; Culture Lessons;

    This 4.5-hour private tour will introduce you to Hong Kong’s history by visiting the cultural relics in New Territory including the Bamboo Forest Monastery, Tsang Tai UK and Che Kung Temple.
    On Request
  • Lantau Island

    One Day Lantau-Ngong Ping Private Tour

    Market; Ancient Village; Buddhist Art; Monastery; Temple; Ancient Architecture; Culture Lessons;

    This 7-hour spiritual tour takes you to the Lantau Island and see the Big Buddha, renowned Po Lin Monastery, the spiritual Wisdom Path and Ngong Ping Village, and experience with overlooking views of the Island, sea and grandeur bridge.
    On Request
  • Our flurry friends – Giant Pandas

    China Tour from Hong Kong to Beijing in 15 Days

    Great Wall; Kung Fu; Panda; Grottoes;

    What comes to your mind when think of China? The buzzling Hong Kong city, natural beauty of Guilin, cute Pandas, Kung Fu and Shaolin, Buddhist art, Mystic Terracotta Army, Magnificent Great Wall of China.
    On Request
  • Campus of Xiamen University

    Best Coastal Cities and Beautiful Mountains in South China

    River Cruise; Mountain; Great Wall; Water Town; Garden; Tulou; Island;

    Lights of Hong Kong, beauty of Guilin’s countryside, the awful scene of Yellow Mountain, the amazing Tulou architecture, spectacular seashore views of Xiamen, iconic skyscrapers in Shanghai: this is the south and east of China. Take this 15 day tour starting from Hong Kong and ending in Shanghai and enjoy them all.
    On Request

Hong Kong Transfer Services

The city center in Hong Kong is quite concentrated, and public transportation within the city is both convenient and efficient. For independent travelers with ample time for planning, there are options such as taking the subway, buses, taxis, and even century-old cable cars, trams, and ferries for sightseeing. If time is limited, and there are more people, it is recommended to rent a car (with a driver) for touring. There are frequent trains, planes, and transit buses between Hong Kong and mainland China. However, for travel to nearby destinations like Macau, Zhuhai, Shenzhen, and Guangzhou, the most popular and comfortable choice is to hire a private car. This option allows for point-to-point transportation, streamlined customs processing, and eliminates the need for transfers to other modes of transportation.

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Travel Ideas & Inspirations

Hong Kong features a subtropical climate with average temperatures of 23°C in spring, 28°C in summer, 23°C in autumn, and 17°C in winter. The tourism industry is well-established, offering a range of accommodations from large hotels to budget-friendly hostels. Hong Kong is celebrated as a "Gourmet Paradise," boasting world-class restaurants like The Peak Lookout and Kam's Roast Goose. The city's shopping scene is unrivaled, with Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Mong Kok catering to various preferences.

  • Disneyland in Hong Kong

    Guide of Hong Kong Disneyland

    Hong Kong Disneyland Park is a captivating blend of Disney magic and Chinese culture. It is a comprehensive resort and entertainment paradise for visitors from around the globe.
  • Hong Kong Ocean Park

    Guide of Hong Kong Ocean Park

    Hong Kong Ocean Park guarantees a memorable and enriching adventure, whether you're fascinated by marine life, seeking adrenaline-pumping rides, or interested in educational programs.
  • Hong Kong Shopping

    Best Things to See and Do in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong has plenty of things to offer to visitors. We make a list for sightseeing, shopping, and travel with kids.
  • Hong Kong transport Guide

    Hong Kong has an extensive and efficient public transportation system that includes buses, trains, trams, ferries, and taxis.
  • Travel to Zhuhai

    Hong Kong to Zhuhai Transport

    Hong Kong and Zhuhai has been in “one-hour traffic circle” since the opening of HZM Bridge in 2018. It is extremely convenient to travel from Hong Kong to Zhuhai by bus, private transfer, and train via Shenzhen or Guangzhou.
  • Hong Kong to Shenzhen Transport Map

    Hong Kong to Shenzhen Transport

    Shenzhen is the closest city to Hong Kong, sharing land border in the north. It is easy to reach from Hong Kong by train, bus, and private transfer.
  • Hong Kong to Guilin Transport Map

    Hong Kong to Guilin Transport

    Guilin is 512 kilometers north of Hong Kong. We summarize you all the possible ways to get from Hong Kong to Guilin.
  • Hong Kong to Guangzhou Transport Options

    Hong Kong to Guangzhou Transport

    Being two mega cities in southern China, Hong Kong and Guangzhou are well connected by rail, road, air and sea transport.
  • Hong Kong Transfer Service

    Hong Kong to Macau Transport

    In this guide, we will go over all the main options to get from Hong Kong to Macau and find out the best way for your trip.
  • Hong Kong Travel Guide

    General Information of Hong Kong

    Hong Kong is a highly prosperous free port and an international metropolis. Hong Kong is a land where cultural blends of East and West, hence the reputation of "Pearl of the Orient", "Food Paradise " and " Shopping Paradise". From Causeway Bay to Tsim Sha Tsui, from Mong Kok to Yau Ma Tei, flourishing trade can be seen everywhere.
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