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Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region of China which lies close to the South China Sea. This is a bustling metropolis that is populated by about 7.5 million people of different nationalities as per the survey of 2018. The total area of the region is close to 2755 kilometers squared. The territory of Hong Kong is considered to be highly developed and is considered to be among the global financial centers. The city boasts of having the maximum number of skyscrapers in the world, and the health and living conditions here are also top-notch. The climate of Hong Kong is somewhat humid and subtropical, which is pretty common in South China. The summers here can be expected to be humid and hot but then sometimes there is some occasional rainfall too. The winters are not very harsh, and usually, the region receives mild sunlight during these months too. Due to being close to the sea, there are instances of typhoons too which sometimes result in landslides or floods. Another rare phenomenon here is snowfall which usually takes place at high elevations here. Spring and autumn have a temperate climate which is neither too hot nor too cold.    

Hong Kong Airport

Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) is the main airport in Hong Kong. The airport is built on the reclaimed land of the Chep Lap Kok Island which lies to the west of Hong Kong. Getting to Hong Kong from Hong Kong International Airport takes less than an hour by road. The city center is about 40 kilometers away from the airport. In terms of international passenger traffic, this airport is considered to be the 3rd busiest airport in the world. HKG airport consists of more than 65 thousand employees and is an important contributor to the economy of Hong Kong. There are more than a hundred airlines that operate flights from Hong Kong to more than 180 destinations all around the world. The airport covers an area of about 1300 hectares and has about 90 gates for boarding. There are also 77 aerobridges for passenger convenience available at the airport.

Transportation in Hong Kong

The city of Hong Kong has a highly sophisticated and well-developed transportation network. Most of the daily commute by people (over 90 percent) is made on public transport. Most of the public transport is via railways, buses, and ferries. For payment, one can avail of an Octopus Card which is a stored-value-no-contact smart card that can be used to pay for public transport and even at most retail stores. The mass transit railway system is an extensive network that connects over 93 metro stations and has a very high on-time rate. One can also find cross-boundary trains. You can also find a number of taxis and private cars for commuting in Hong Kong. These taxis run on LPG mostly and charge by the meter. The red taxis are for the urban region, green taxis for new territories, and light blue taxis for Lantau and Chep Lap Kok Islands.      

How to get to destination

Being a major international airport, the HKG is well connected to most other major airports in the world. However, there might be one or two stops in between as most flights from across the world would have to cover large distances to reach Hong Kong. Services to Hong Kong are offered by major operators like Emirates, Singapore Airlines, China Airlines, United Airlines, etc. Other airlines that offer flights to Hong Kong operate mostly in the Asian belt, some of them being Malaysia Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Dragon Air, etc. Generally, airports like Dubai, Seoul, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur, and Tokyo serve as transit stops for flights to Hong Kong from across the world. It is pretty obvious that if one is taking a trip to Hong Kong from anywhere in the West, the journey is going to be a long one. Hence it is advised that one is prepared for a long or ultra-long-haul flight.      

Hotel in Hong Kong info and prices for different hotel range

  • Luxury hotels in Hong Kong, with facilities like spas, pools, and upscale rooms can be availed for around 2000 HKD or more. 
  • If you seek decent 3-4 star Hong Kong hotels, they are available for less than 1000 HKD. 
  • Cheap hotels in Hong Kong which include bunk bed type hostels or cheap guest houses, available for about 100 HKD. 
  • To get the best Hong Kong hotel deals to turn to neighborhoods near Hong Kong Central, which is a major financial district with a lot of options. 

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Hong Kong Tourist Information

Top tourist attractions in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a place packed with many wonderful attractions for tourists and locals, and there are a lot of great things to do in Hong Kong when it comes to sightseeing or such experiences.

  • One of the most popular locations in Hong Kong which are highly frequented by tourists and locals is the Victoria Peak which is a hill located towards the west. This peak offers the best views of the city all day long.
  • Another popular pick among Hong Kong attractions is Lan Kwai Fong which is basically the party hub of the city. This street of Hong Kong has the most vibrant nightlife when it comes to drinking, clubbing, etc.
  • If you are interested in buying souvenirs from Hong Kong, the Temple Street Night Market might be just the perfect place for you. This local market is a colorful blend of indigenous handicrafts, artifacts, and many other things.

Top food places in Hong Kong

Hong Kong has a vibrant food scene as the place is a blend of different cultures and people from various parts of the world.

  • Regions like the Causeway Bay, Mong Kok, or Sham Shui Po are some places where you can find amazing street food. Hong Kong has a lot of street-side delicacies ranging from dim sums to curry fish-balls and many others.
  • If you want to have a good snack over tea or coffee, Hong Kong has many cafes that are just the right choice for you. Popular cafes like 18 Grams have many branches across the city and are known for the best-tasting coffee.
  • If you are in the mood for some good oriental food, you can visit the LOVEAT Restaurant which is known for its delicious Persian cuisine. The restaurant brands itself as the place where you can get the best kebab in town.    

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