Holidays in Hong Kong SAR
Hong Kong SAR Vacation: Coronavirus Information
Most Hong Kong SAR hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Where to stay in Hong Kong SAR
Tsim Sha Tsui
4.5/5Wonderful!(243 area reviews)
Hong Kong’s biggest mall, several of its five-star hotels and some of its most impressive skyline views can all be found in this glitzy shopping district.
4.5/5Wonderful!(100 area reviews)
Hong Kong’s busiest strip is no place for the faint of heart, but if you can brave the crowds, a wonderful world of market stalls and shops awaits.
4/5Very Good!(71 area reviews)
From a street market and a former communist hangout to experimental art galleries and innovative kids’ activities, this district blends old and new.
Rising from the shadow of the verdant mountains framing Hong Kong are this neighborhood’s skyscrapers, where malls, galleries and hip bars flourish.
4/5Very Good!(127 area reviews)
With temples and skyscrapers, traditional markets and high-end boutiques, dim sum shops and classy lounges, this energetic district is where old meets new.
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Top activities in Hong Kong SAR
Hong Kong Holiday
Visit this region on China’s southeast coast to find an alluring city and its quaint English charm, a picturesque harbour, Buddhist monuments and scenic beaches. Discover fascinating Hong Kong, the harbour city and financial centre on China’s southeast coast. This Chinese Special Administrative Region is known for its British influence, remarkable high-rise development, scenic coastal areas and outstanding shopping. Explore Hong Kong’s landmark Victoria Harbour and bustling cityscape, noting the eclectic mix of colonial British and sleek modern architecture. Travelling beyond the Kowloon peninsula to outlying islands, find picturesque beaches and stunning landscapes on Lantau Island.
Begin your day with a dim sum breakfast at a tea restaurant. Learn about local history at the Hong Kong Museum of History, the Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre and the Hong Kong Museum of Art, all in Kowloon. Catch the Star Ferry across Victoria Harbour toward Hong Kong Central to enjoy stunning views of the harbour skyline and downtown area.
Enjoy fantastic shopping opportunities in Central, from sprawling department stores to exclusive boutique retailers and narrow lanes. Board the funicular Victoria Peak Tram to explore Hong Kong’s distinguished Victoria Peak district, the highest point on the island. Take in panoramic views of the city and coastline before heading back down to Soho or Lan Kwai Fong for the restaurant and bar strips.
Discover Hong Kong’s traditional heritage in the New Territories district, where you can find walled villages, the Fu Shin Street Traditional Bazaar and numerous tranquil temples. On Lantau, see heritage stilt houses in the waters of Tai O Fishing Village and a wild landscape of densely forested mountains, complete with an enormous hilltop Buddhist monument and, contrastingly, the Hong Kong Disneyland. Try local seafood and explore the island’s shoreline, dotted with fishing boats.
Reach Hong Kong by plane to Hong Kong International Airport, near Lantau Island. Ferries also operate from Macau. Several cruise ships make port in Victoria Harbour. Explore Hong Kong with the city’s excellent public transportation system or catch taxis, trams or buses. Hong Kong has a humid climate, with a hot summer season. Visit Hong Kong in spring to experience the Chinese New Year festivities and see traditional lion dancing and beautiful lanterns. In summer, see local music festivals and dragon boat races in the harbour.