Jul 4, 2019 - Jul 5, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Hong Kong is one of the most unique and interesting places in the world. Simultaneously considered a city, a region of China, and its own unique territory, there is no other place like Hong Kong. Whether you are a fan of Hong Kong film and are looking to visit the Avenue of Stars or you want to ride the Ngong Ping 360 aerial tramway up to the Po Lin Monastery and Tian Tan Buddha, you will not be disappointed in the beauty of the Hong Kong area.
There are numerous tourist attractions in Hong Kong that may catch your interest. Hong Kong nightlife is busy and booming in the Lan Kwai Fong district where you can enjoy a variety of nightclubs, restaurants, and bars. If you prefer something a bit more family-friendly, you may want to instead head to Disneyland Hong Kong or Ocean Park Hong Kong, which was named the seventh most popular amusement park in the world. You could also experience the shopping culture of Hong Kong by visiting one of the many markets including Jade Market, Fa Yeun Street Market, and Temple Street Night Market among many others.
There are many ways that you can go about finding hotels in Hong Kong. However, the easiest and most efficient wat to do so is to use Skyscanner. Using either the app or the website, select the hotel search option and enter in the dates you will be in Hong Kong. This will give you a full list of available hotel rooms that you can narrow down even more if you now your desired price range, amenities you need, or the star rating you want from your hotel.
Hong Kong has a wide variety of hotels choose from. If you are hoping to find three-star (i.e. good or fair) accommodations, you will be looking at an average price of somewhere around $69 per night. Five-star hotels in Hong Kong tend to be priced at about $173 a night on average. And, of course, the four-star options fall in between at around $120 per night.
Hong Kong is one of the most important financial and business centers in all of Asia. Because of that fact alone, you can be sure to find a wide array of luxury hotels in the area. Some of the luxury hotels in Hong Kong include the Pottinger Hong Kong, the Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, the Upper House, and the Lanson Place Hotel Hong Kong. All of these hotels have four star or five-star ratings and offer spectacular views and amenities.
Food there was very nice, esecially dimsum, noodles. The nightseeing was awesome. I went Hongkong in the summer so that It was very hot..
I loooove their local food! The placed to stay are packed and small, but I mostly explore outside than staycation, so it’s okay. Easy public transportations too
One of the world's great cities, and a nice introduction to Asia with some of the amenities and English spoken as a leftover from its time under British rule. A culture all its own still!
FOOOODDDD, is a must try, clothes and other necessities are all within budget, including food (duh), clothing, skin care, dental and hygeine care, and basically alot of stuffs. While in Hong Kong I suggest to go to night markets, that's where all the good cheap stuff are