An overwhelming mile-a-minute metropolis, Hong Kong may be more Chinese than ever but high-end shopping and fine dining are still everyday pastimes.

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Hong Kong constantly assaults your senses, rewarding you with priceless memories – often simple pleasures like the whiff of incense, or browsing the busy night markets.
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A mile-a-minute metropolis, Hong Kong may be more Chinese than ever but high-end shopping and fine dining are still everyday pastimes. At the heart of the iconic, high-rise cityscape laid out around Victoria Harbour are impressive Statue Square, Man Mo Temple and beautiful Hong Kong Park. The most spectacular vistas (especially at night!) are from Victoria Peak – easily reached by funicular railway and with dancing fountains, shopping gallery and waxworks at the top.
 
Alternatively, for a ringside view of the skyline, take the Star Ferry to Kowloon and Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, with the Cultural Centre, Space Museum and Museum of Art all nearby. That’s just a fraction of what HK has to offer – add dazzling nightlife and fantastic food, and this really is a city like no other!

What you need to know

  • Capital City

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  • Time Difference

    GMT +7

  • Best Time to Visit

    Mar-Apr & Oct-Nov

  • Currency

    Hong Kong Dollar

Hong Kong

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Choose from the cream of Hong Kong’s finest properties.

  • The Peninsula Hong Kong Hong Kong

    A veritable legend, and Hong Kong's oldest hotel, this legendary "Grande Dame of the Far East" continues to set hotel standards worldwide, mixing perfect Eastern service with oh-so-British traditions.

    Call us on 01244 567 000 to start planning your next holiday.

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  • Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Hong Kong

    For some people, there simply isn’t anywhere to stay in Hong Kong – one of earth’s most engaging, extravagant, energetic and unexpectedly-beautiful cities other than here – and with very good reason.

    Call us on 01244 567 000 to start planning your next holiday.

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  • The Upper House Hong Kong

    The Upper House is a real class act, that lives, breathes and delivers style. from its clean architectural lines to its sophisticated décor of calm, considered colour palettes and beautiful furnishings.

    Call us on 01244 567 000 to start planning your next holiday.

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Inside Knowledge

Creating special moments

  1. Hidden Hong Kong

    Hidden Hong Kong

    A mile-a-minute metropolis it may be, but take the New World First Ferry to Lantau Island to discover a different Hong Kong. Full of fishing villages and monasteries it’s the home of The Big Buddha – the world’s tallest outdoor seated Buddha statue.

  2. What a View!

    What a View!

    Hong Kong’s soaring skyline is best seen from its most popular attraction, Victoria Peak: easily reached by the Peak Tram and with dancing fountains, shopping gallery and waxworks at the top. The vista’s always spectacular – especially at night.

  3. The Best Things…

    The Best Things…

    Some of HK’s finest things are free – the nightly laser show and music extravaganza Symphony of Lights for example, or the free T’ai Chi classes on Tsim Sha Tsui harbour and The Peak, courtesy of the tourist board.