Hong Kong. What comes to your mind? I bet you will say the majestic skyscrapers, endless noodle stands, wild nights out, big finances, the list is endless. Surprisingly all these is true.
Hong Kong is a southern coastal island in China. During the Qin dynasty, it started with its incorporation into the Chinese empire. It began as a fishing village, and a site for salt production and years later it developed into a free port, and now it is known to be one of the biggest international financial centers.
When to Go – Hong Kong has a subtropical climate influenced by monsoon. It has hot and wet summers and relatively dry winters. If you want to travel to this magnificent place, the best time would be in October to early December. This time of the year has a cool and sunny weather.
Attraction Sites – You definitely want to make the best out of your vacation in Hong Kong, no doubt about that. Then you are wondering, where am I going to start visiting? I bet you’ve scratched your head thinking about this issue. Scratch your head no more because here are the best places you would ever go.
Explore Tsim Sha Tsui. This is an area in Kowloon. Get a ride through Victoria Harbor using a Star Ferry to get to Tsim Sha Tsui. This will take only ten minutes, isn’t this incredible?
When you reach there, take a walk around the Kowloon Park. You will definitely love the tranquility of the place. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade is place you can’t afford to miss.
Night time in Hong Kong is just amazing. You get to watch the world permanent light and sound show while viewing the picturesque Hong Kong Island and Victoria Peak which is on the other side. Are you afraid of heights? Too bad if you are. Luck for you that is not afraid of height because you will get a chance to go up to the 100th floor of Hong Kong tallest building, Sky100. Here you can view the spectacular Victoria Harbor in 360 degrees.
What to Eat – Their dishes will continuously make you keep coming back to Hong Kong. Some of the amazing food their restaurants offer include: Yum Cha, Cha Siu Bao, put chai ko and stinky tofu. Where do you find these foods? Some of the best restaurants include Dim Sum Chinese Restaurant, Din Tai Fang Restaurant and Kam Kee. By the way, you don’t have to burn your wallet in these restaurants; their food is at affordable prices.
Where to Stay – If you want the best accommodation, go to either Hong Kong Island or Kowloon Peninsula. Here you will find the best accommodation that fits your budget. I stayed at the W Hong Kong in Kowloon and I can totally recommend this amazing place! It offers one of the best Breakfast Buffets I’ve ever seen!