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Useful information about Hong Kong

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Positioned at the mouth of Pearl River Delta, on the coast of southern China, Hong Kong is an enigmatic city of soaring towers, colonial buildings, traditional temples, diverse culture and East meets West character. Its geographical position makes it a gateway between East and West and an attractive center for international trade. Hong Kong has something for its every traveller where high-rise skyscrapers, neon extravaganza, fine dining, high-end shopping and world-class luxurious hotels are all part of this beautiful landscape that and makes it a worthy destination to visit.

Why Go

One of the world’s most fast-paced , dynamic, culturally rich and elegant cities, Hong Kong offer its visitors several reasons to come here and explore its various aspects that surely creates a magical spell.  Hong Kong is a dynamic and vibrant fusion of many cultures and traditions and thus it represents a true Kaleidoscope where east meets west. The city is renowned as culinary capital of Asia due to its amazing international dining options where tourists can enjoy a full choice of authentic Asian and Western delicacies. One of the most popular reasons due to which it is a favorite destination of visitors is its unmatched shopping deals. From trendy boutiques to traditional Chinese products, from luxurious shopping malls to bustling street markets, Hong Kong has everything that you love to buy.  Don’t miss the fun at night as the city has a scintillating nightlife. Besides a visit to various bars and club one can also take night cruise at Victoria Harbor to view the city in bright neon lights. So what are you waiting for just go and grab the best deals on business class flights from us and make a visit to this city of dreams.

Best time to visit

Because of its subtropical location, Hong Kong’s weather is generally mild in winters and uncomfortably hot and humid during summers. Irrespective of weather conditions it is now become a year round travel destination.  The most pleasant time to visit it is late September through early December when sky is clear and humidity drops to 70%.Most popular time to visit it is during national holidays which mainly fall in January, May and October when people come from all over the world to celebrate these festivals causing an increase in accommodation prices . There is considerable drop in prices during summers and winters if you visit it during these months.

Major Tourist Attractions

Hong Kong is full of fabulous attractions some of which may even rated tops by the tourists. Ocean Park is among the top theme parks and aquariums in Southeast Asia as well as the best marine centers in the world which is must if you are with families and children.  If you love shopping then there is no best place than Stanley Market which surely satisfies epicureans with its many stands, shops, restaurants and outdoor cafes. Enjoy a magical company of Mickey Mouse and other Disney Friends at Disneyland Resort and enjoy an inimitable sense of Chinese culture. Don’t miss a visit to Wong Tai Sin Temple which is one of the most famous temples of Hong Kong patterned after an ancient Chinese Palace. Visit and admire the Clock Tower which is a landmark of city and a reminder of Hong Kong’s colonial heritage.

Festivals and Events

Cultural events, sporting events, great shopping and dining festivals –Asia’s world city Hong Kong has it all. The people of Hong Kong love to party and know how to celebrate and thus offer a year-round calendar of happenings blend East and West, tradition and modernity. The festival calendar of city is so jam-packed that there is a great challenge in choosing. But some of the major crowd pleaser events and festivals of Hong Kong include Chinese New Year, Dragon Boat Carnival, Hong Kong Summer Spectacular, Hong Kong mid-Autumn Festival, Hong Kong Halloween Treats, Hong Kong Wine and Dine Month, Hong Kong winter Fest etc that you just can’t afford to miss.