Tsing Ma Bridge, Hong Kong's landmark

Tsing Ma Bridge, Hong Kong's landmark

The magnificent Buddha statue at Lantau Island

The magnificent Buddha statue at Lantau Island

Capture the enthralling Symphony of Lights Show

Capture the enthralling Symphony of Lights Show

Buddhistic statues at the Tian Tan Buddha

Buddhistic statues at the Tian Tan Buddha

Destination Snapshot

  • Travel Style

  • First Timers
  • Culture Vultures
  • Adventure Buffs
  • Family Fun
    • Language

      Cantonese, Mandarin and English
    • Altitude

      The highest point in Hong Kong Island is at Victoria Peak (552 metres/ 1,811 feet). Whereas, the highest point in the New Territories is the mountain of Tai Mo Shan at 957 metres (3,140 feet)
    • Time zone

      IST (GMT/UTC + 8:00 hours)
    • Theme

      Mountains, Heritage

Take in the scenic views from Victoria Peak, watch the city light up as you marvel at the spectacular Symphony of Lights show, bring out the child in you at Disneyland and shop to your heart’s content at the larger-than-life shopping malls. Visit Asia’s world city, Hong Kong for an unforgettable experience.

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  • Spectacular Views

    From the million dollar views of the harbour, to the sparkling cityscape at night, Hong Kong boasts of spectacular sights.

  • Disneyland

    Hong Kong's Disneyland promises a day of fun and adventure for all age groups.

  • Multi ethnic Culture

    Having been a British colony, Hong Kong has a unique cultural mix of Western and Eastern influences evident in its local culture, food, festivities, and everyday activities.

Be prepared

  • Expensive City

    Taxi and hotel fares are very expensive.

  • Language Barrier

    Locals are not very fluent in English as most speak Cantonese. It would be advisable to carry a translation guide with you at all times.

Describing It

At first sight, Hong Kong’s modernity and the way it seems to appear, absolutely busy in its own world with its gushing traffic, misty steam-filled eateries, blinding street lights and bright neon-lit signboards might leave you overwhelmed. However, these very lights, life and legacies, somehow find a place in Asia’s world city.

A former British colony until 1997, bustling Hong Kong extends from central Hong Kong Island across Victoria Harbour to the Kowloon Peninsula and outwards to include the New Territories. The outlying islands like Lantau, Lamma and Cheung Chau are lesser-known areas that are slowly becoming popular recreation spots.

Standing below the magnificent Victoria Peak, this multi-ethnic city boasts of world-class attractions and entertainment options, larger-than-life shopping malls and eclectic cuisines from around the globe.

Away from the mayhem of the 21st Century, the savoir-faire tourist will be surprised to come across fine glimpses of quaint tranquillity, rustic and far-flung trails and breathtaking views.

A storehouse of energy at all hours, the motto of everyone who heads to Hong Kong is loud and clear – live and let live!