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Hong Kong: Hong Kong is one of the worlds great destinations successfully combining 150 years of colonial influence with 5,000 years of Chinese tradition. Colorful and noisy festivals abound and great shopping opportunities are everywhere. HK is no longer merely a stopover point - but a destination in its own right.

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General Facts:
Time: GMT +8. Electricity: 220 volts. Driving: Traffic drives on the left. Language: Cantonese and English are the two official languages. International dialing from the UK: 00 852. Mobile phones: All major networks.

Climate: Sub-tropical: Hot with high humidity from May until September when there is a possibility of monsoons and even the occasional typhoon. From mid-October until March generally more pleasant with less rain; cooler conditions from December
until February.

Major Events: International Chinese New Year parade (February). Hong Kong Arts Festival
(Feb-Mar). Dragon Boat (Tuen Ng). Festival (June).

Top Attractions: Victoria Park. Shopping and Dining. Temples. Horse Racing. Festivals. Night Markets.

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Hong Kong City Guide

Hong Kong

A City Guide To Hong Kong

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Tourist Information: www.hkta.org

A never forgotten experience. The starting point for any Asian adventure. Since the handover in 1997 Hong Kong has become a 'Special Administrative Region of China', no longer a subject of British colonial sovereignty.

Hong Kong is one of Asia's most exciting and vibrant destinations. Glittering towering skyscrapers dominate the impressive waterfront, yet they can never obscure the ancient oriental ways that color everyday life in this magical city.

This famous city combines high tech modern living with colorful shops, markets and the worlds most famous harbour. It's a noisy, exciting, brash metropolis where skyscrapers rise above crowded shop-filled avenues and alleyways that never seem to rest.

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What to see in Hong Kong: There's so much to do and see in Hong Kong, usually there's not enough time to experience the full atmosphere of the strong, highly visible Chinese traditions and cultures. So plan your time well especially if you are on a stop over.

Start by not forgetting that Hong Kong Island comprises only one third of this vibrant destination, just across the harbour is the Kowloon peninsula and beyond are the New Territories. Visit the Cultural Centre and the Museum of Modern Art on the Kowloon peninsula which houses Chinese antiquities and contemporary art.

Shopping in Hong Kong: Hong Kong offers some of the worlds best deluxe hotels and legendary shopping from little side streets to sprawling markets and large air-conditioned department stores, you name it you can buy it. Bustling Nathan Road known as the 'Golden Mile' is a long stretch of restaurants and interesting shops. The Ocean Centre on Kowloon side and Central Causeway Bay on the Island side are also worth a visit. Visit Stanley market for a bargain, for Jade visit Yau Ma Tei and Temple street night markets which are particularly recommended. For electrical goods especially shop where you see the red Chinese junk logo which signifies traders that have been inspected by the Tourist Association to ensure value and satisfaction.

Nightlife in Hong Kong: There's a bewildering variety of dining venues and cuisine's - try a 'dim sum' dish on one of the floating restaurants before heading off to Wanchai and Kowloon for an impressive choice of bars and nightspots.

What to buy: Clothes, electronics, antiques, jewellery, silks, linens.

What's New: Disneyland.

Climate: Sub tropical. Hot with high humidity from May until September. Less rain from mid October till March. Cooler from December till February.

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Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)
Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) The airport is situated 21 miles (34km) northwest of Hong Kong Island and 14 miles (23km) from Kowloon.
Airport Transport: From Airport to Hong Kong centre. The quickest and most convenient form of transport is the dedicated airport railway service ' Airport Express' it provides a fast and reliable service to and from the airport and downtown Hong Kong for approximately HK$100 each way. Trains depart every 12 minutes, between 6am and 1am.
General Transport in Hong Kong: For Airport Express passengers there is a free scheduled shuttle bus service to and from rail stations in HK and Kowloon to major hotels. There are also general Airbus and city bus services to and from the airport and the city centre as well as taxis and limousines that pick up from in front of the arrivals hall.
Car Hire: Car hire in Honk Kong is not recommended both public and private transportation throughout the region is extremely good with traditional forms of transport being of particular interest.
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