Best-known for its city skyline that lights up like a Christmas tree at night, Hong Kong is one of the most popular international business hubs in the world. Not quite an official Chinese city, but not quite not, this city attained a "Special Administrative Zone" status upon being returned to China by the British as per a decade-old agreement between the two countries.
It's easy to see why Hong Kong is so popular among travellers of all kinds: business travellers of course love the mo ...
What are some good mobile plans in HongKong for a short visit?
I once activated international roaming on my existing SIM for 2 weeks, and had suffered from the huge bill next month. So, this time I am considering taking local SIMs after I land in HongKong. ...
I will be visiting Hong Kong on a business trip and will stay for about 2 weeks. The dates aren't final, but hopefully near this year-end or the beginning of 2018.
I have flown via Hong Kong airport a few times and always used to plan of coming back for a longer visit. So, this time I want to make the most of my tour.
Besides Disneyland and the Peak, what are some interesting places to see while in Hong Kong? Also, how expensive is the city, in terms of food & lodging? ...
My family and I are looking at a stop over in Hong Kong for 4 nights (3 full days with half day each on arrival & departure) and are looking for advice from those in the know on the best things to do and experience while we are there.
I love hiking but it is hard with 3 kids in tow - what are the best easy locations?
I also love food of all kinds - particularly spicy!
My wife loves shopping
Children are 10, 6 & 3 - best experiences for them? Is a full day at Disneyworld a go ...
I'll be in Hong Kong close to Christmas before heading home from a three month back packing trip.
Where are the best places to stay to get the most out of my experience? Im thinking two nights in a hostel and postentially one/two nights in a hotel - a little treat after a lot of sharing rooms.
I am looking to take in as much free sights as possible with also the possibility of doing my Christmas shopping at that time.
From what I have read in other forums posts, wednesday is the day for free ...
I will be in hongkong from 21st of May till the 26th.
the plan is to go to Macau on the 24th, stay there one night (allready booked a hotel),come back on the 25th and fly back to Europe very early on the 26th.
I just found out that on the 25 the birthday of buddha is celebrated in Hong Kong and the drunken dragon dance in Macau. Now I am worried that the ferries might be full on the 25th.
Does anybody have some information about the scales of these events and if I have to pre-book the ...
I wondered if anyone can help.
I'm visiting Hong Kong for the first time in April for my honeymoon for 4 nights.
We've seen a few hotels that we like (and can afford!) but we're unsure if we're best staying in a central location or on Kowloon?
Can anyone advise?
we are planning for a group tour for Hong Kong for 10 days in September mid. may anybody tell me what places are enjoyable there we can spend our vacations, and easily know about the culture of Hong Kong. and where we have to go first.
please give your valuable advice. ...
I am planning on doing some hiking in Hong Kong in March. I've heard of a track that runs along the south-east of the island, ending up in a village where you can get a bus back to Central and a great lunch.
Any ideas of the name of this track, or any other recommendations? Thanks. ...