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City Guide Hong Kong

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Hong Kong City Reviews

  • 80%

    Anonymous

    I'd Move Here In a Heartbeat

    I absolutely love love LOVE Hong Kong. Glitzy skyscrapers, jam-packed malls, giant panda statues, an escalator built into the side of a cliff... this town really has it all. There's beaches and jungles just a boat ride away, and the highest rooftop bar in the world at the Ritz. Cute temples where sticks tell your fortune and flamingo-decked parks exist alongside world-class restaurants and bars. Yes, it's expensive, but it really is amazing, and the perfect gateway into the Chinese mainland.

    Insider Tip:Get an Octopus card to use on the super-easy-to-use MTR as well as all buses. ALSO: the airport buses (and other buses for that matter) don't give any change, so make sure you have the exact money.

  • 80%

    xkzonstr

    Don't forget about Hong Kong!

    It's easy to get swept up in the mayhem and chaos of the Central district with its legendary Lan Kwai Fong, but don't forget the rest of Hong Kong! You miss out on some amazing city feats if all you plan to do is drink the night away. Venture outside the expat-comfort zone and eat the bizarre, revel at the art of skyscrapers, and get lost in thought around the gardens. There is plenty to do in HK and even more gems to find.

    Insider Tip:Get an Octopus card, don't be afraid to try new things and meet new people, and travel light in the warm season.

  • 80%

    elina_w3892

    Hong Kong, 3 months

    Its a city that has a lot. Big, many people but not as stressful as other big cities like New York City. You get by with english, and if you want some quiet, just take the MRT, buss or ferry 30-60 minutes and you are on a hike, or on a island completely away from the big city. You have good food from many countries in the world, good party places, many nice parks and of course shopping. So good city to visit.

    Insider Tip:Wooloomooloo roftop bar, view 62 has nice views. Wanna find good foodplaces, go to SOHO or look at openrice.hk Don't go to star of avenue when the light show is, I did not think its worth it go another time becuase the view is good.

  • 80%

    Anonymous

    Hong Kong

    Good place to visit for a short stay, expecially Kowloon. The night, fish, flowers markets are interresting. I also enjoyed the Victoria peak walk (take the tram) The Hong Kong city was not so nice and interresting to visit.

    Insider Tip:You need to take the tram to go up to the Victoria peak. On the markets, you need to bargain the prices

  • 50%

    richardo_139

    Just another big city

    everything is expensive in HK, wondering why all the peoples can walk around and bring lots of branded things in their hands. i visited Ngong Ping 360 & the big Buddha, it was great place. skip Disneyland since its too expensive. dont forget to visit the Peak, it has the most beautiful and famous landscape. i went to HK on end of May, the weather is so damn HOT.

    Insider Tip:Go to the Peak around 6pm until it gets dark. it has beautiful scenery at night. go to the Peak Galleria for free. Trem usually got queue for so long, take a double decker is still fun

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