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My Top 10 Sights to See in Hongkong
Lantau Island (see the Biggest Buddha in the World
Victoria Peak Tram
Nathan Road - Great Shopping Destination
Tsim Sha Tsui
IFC2 - for great views
Hongkong Convention and Exhibition Center
Avenue of Stars
Ngong Ping 360 - 25 minutes cable ride
Top Shopping Places in Hongkong
Hongkong is a shopper's paradise. I always like places where one can find some open markets. Hongkong has both day and night markets. Several markets offer unique merchandise to locals and tourists alike. Here are some of our favorites:
Pacific Place (high end), Queens Place Plaza have high-end department stores.
In Central (MTR Central), IFC Building has brand name stores and lots of small eateries; The Landmark also has high-end department stores.
Tsim Sha Tsui. If you are looking for malls with designer brand stores, take the MTR to Tsim Sha Tsui. Harbour City, 1881 Heritage, where you can find large and small boutique stores
Kowloon - you will find the Ladies Market, in an area called Mongkok. The Jade Market is located in an area called YauMaTei. Here, you will find all kinds of jades but make sure you don't overpay for one.
Jordan's Temple Street Night Market has all kinds of eateries for night shoppers. Some of the menus are in Chinese. My friend and I could not understand Chinese so we asked a group of young guys across the table from us. They told us they were fish, and they ordered for us. When the order came, they look like a bunch of worms. So, be careful. If food stalls are not your "thing", to be safe, eat at restaurants where you are familiar with the menus. Better still, don't eat where you could not understand the menu.
Below you will find some more shopping places in Hongkong. Explore!
Ladies' Market - Not just for ladies
Temple Street Night Market
Fa Yeun Street Market
Hongkong Industrial Center
City Gate Outlets Mall
Top Hotels in Hongkong
Hongkong is a world-class country, and several conventions and international conferences are held there. On top of that, tourists flock to Hongkong because of its beauty. International corporations hodl offices there as well. Because of those reasons, hotels, from high end to budget hotels are in abundance. Here are some of our researched favorites. If you want to share your experiences with Hongkong hotels, please complete the form provided at the bottom of this page.
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Things you need to know before visiting Hongkong:
Best time to visit: between October and December when it is cooler. The rest of the year it is hot and humid.
it is generally a safe city. You don't have to worry about pickpockets, unlike what they have in Rome or other cities.
International Airport is Chek Lap Kok (HKG). it is built on a reclaimed land. Connected to the Central city by MTR (light rail). Next door is the HKG Convention Center.
Currency is Hongkong Dollar (one US dollar is = about $8.00 HKG$.
The bet way to get around is through the Mass Transit Railway (MTR)
Once you reach your destination area by MTR, it is pretty much a walking city. Numerous points of interest at every stop.
On weekends, you will see some streets are closed so that the foreign domestic helpers and other workers can enjoy their days off. These areas are like "fiestas" during the foreign workers' holidays.
It is a beautiful country, surrounded by water and mountains. You will enjoy the natural beauty as soon as you land.
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