Hong Kong Travel Guide

Hong Kong Travel Guide

Hong Kong travel guide & travel ideas

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 bustling 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!


1. Starting April 22, 2024, Hong Kong has enforced strict rules against using single-use plastics. Therefore, hotels are no longer allowed to provide disposable items like brushes and bathing caps. We suggest bringing your own toiletry set to help save the environment. However, if you need these items, they can be purchased at the hotel.

2. 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.

3. 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.


Travel ideas about Hong Kong

The best of Hong Kong
The best of Hong Kong

The Victoria Harbour, Victoria Peak, the floating community of Aberdeen, and Hong Kong Ocean Park are the essential highlights of Hong Kong – and you won't have to spend lots of time traveling around. An average itinerary for the best of Hong Kong is for 2 days.

  • Side trip to Macau
    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, and be prepared for a sharper contrast in Macaothan in its near neighbor. The city is smaller and slower on the one hand, but the casinos here are quite world-class and luxurious…want to try your luck?

  • From chic Hong Kong to idyllic Guilin
    From chic Hong Kong to idyllic Guilin

    After shopping spree at the fast-paced cosmopolitan of Hong Kong, slow down your pace and explore the idyllic countryside of Guilin for relaxing. 1.5 hr away by flight, Hong Kong and Guilin just make a good combination offering perfect balance between hustle-bustle and relaxation.

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