Shopping spree, tons of delicious food, theme parks, cutting edge product, fashion trend…all these jump into my mind when it comes to a Hong Kong tour -where modernity meets tradition. I see its western face while walking around the hustling commercial area and trace its eastern origin among the traditional junks at Aberdeen Harbor. Every time I gaze at the city’s neon nightscape from Victoria Peak , just couldn't help wondering: how much historical and cultural change on each can bring so big a charm to this small land!Tips
1. If you eat around Hong Kong, it's very likely you end up with a stomach, full of foods from all over the world; this is exactly why Hong Kong is always my big love. Try this, do a little research and make your own food list beforehand and eat one by one, a Hong Kong trip turns perfect when all the delicacy on the list are crossed out.
2. Hong Kong is so easy to access , no matter from which corner of the world. Passport-holders from many countries can enter Hong Kong without a visa. However, if you plan to come to mainland China via Hong Kong, make sure to obtain a Chinese visa in your country.
The best of Hong Kong
The Victoria Harbour, Victoria Peak, thefloating community of Aberdeen, Hong Kong Ocean Park are the essentialhighlights of Hong Kong – and you won’t have to spend lots of time travellingaround. An average itinerary for the best of Hong Kong is for 2 days.
Side trip to Macau
Hong Kong is quite near Macau which can be conveniently reached by a ferry. If your time allows, extend your tour to Macao, be preparefor a sharper contrast in Macaothan in its near neighbor. The city is smaller and slower on one hand, howeverthe casinos here is quite world-class and luxury…want to try your luck?
From chic Hong Kong to idyllic Guilin
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