4.5/5Wonderful!(362 area reviews)
This waterfront bazaar with an international feel is packed with interesting shops, great restaurants and fascinating museums.
4.5/5Wonderful!(130 area reviews)
Mong Kok translates to “busy corner” in Cantonese, and is a pretty accurate description of what is the most densely populated area in the world.
Rising from the shadow of the verdant mountains framing Hong Kong are this neighborhood’s skyscrapers, where malls, galleries and hip bars flourish.
4/5Very Good!(87 area reviews)
From a street market and a former communist hangout to experimental art galleries and innovative kids’ activities, this district blends old and new.
4/5Very Good!(171 area reviews)
With temples and skyscrapers, traditional markets and high-end boutiques, dim sum shops and classy lounges, this energetic district is where old meets new.
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Day 1: Land at Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong’s main airport, and dive straight into exploring. Make Victoria Peak your first stop for breathtaking views and then shop till you drop at the IFC Mall. Don’t call it a day when night falls — that’s the best time to get out onto Victoria Harbour and view the spectacular skyline from the water.
Day 2-3: Treat the kids, or be a big kid yourself, at two world-class theme parks right on your doorstep. Let the fun begin at Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park.
Day 4-5: Don’t miss out on Kowloon, considered by some to be the more authentic and edgier part of Hong Kong. With sites like Kowloon Walled City Park, Wong Tai Sin Temple, Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden, there’s plenty to keep you busy here.
Chinese New Year is Hong Kong’s biggest and most colourful celebration. Parades, fireworks and traditional dragon dances mark this lively festival which is celebrated on the first moon on the lunar calendar, usually between late January and early February.
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