As a special administrative region of China, Hong Kong has its own unique style different than other cities in the China Republic
It attracted tourists from all over the world, known best for its wonderful Disneyland
It's the best city to travel on your holiday!
Tsim Sha Tsui is an urban area in Kowloon, Hongkong. It's known best with the iconic city's harbor scenes. Enjoying the sunrise and sunset panorama in Harbour would be a worthy place to be noted in your itinerary or you can just take a walk along the street enjoying the views of the light across the streets in the center of Tsim Sha Tsui District.
Almost any district in Hongkong is worth traveling destination. However, the Central District is recommended for you as it is the busiest district filled with shopping centers, luxury hotels, and restaurants. A variety of transportation hubs are provided in the city, so tourists wouldn't have to worry about traveling around the city.
Shopping is not only buying things but, for shoppers, it is a way to relax and release all the stress. For shoppers, Central District is the paradise of best shopping places in the world. It's known for the top boutique stores and large shopping malls. One of the exclusive malls in Central is LANDMARK. It offers the world's most famous branded fashion stores like Gucci and Chanel.
For foodies, it's best to list down the foods you want to try in Hong kong. There are many famous foods in Hong Kong that's worth trying, especially for the noodle cuisines. For the drink, you can try its specialty Milk Tea.
Despite being the wealthiest city in the world, people in Hongkong still preserve their culture and religion. In general, the culture in Hongkong is a mix between southeastern China and Western lifestyle.
It's best to visit Hongkong around September to mid-December. The great weather in autumn fits best for the outdoor trip.
Hotels in Hongkong are everywhere! If you're looking for the best hotel accommodation with the authentic Hongkong design, book a room in Mingle Place by the Park. For the budget hotel, you can stay in Yess Inn in Causeway Bay.
Hongkong's most popular noodle cuisine is wonton. Have a bowl of wonton noodles in Mak An Kee. They serve a small bowl of heavenly-taste wonton since the '60s. However, if you want to have more variety of cuisines with floating dinner experience, Jumbo Floating Restaurants is filled with a variety of Hongkong most wanted restaurants.
Mido Cafe with Hongkong classic design cafe, located in Temple Street, is famous for its French Toast. Every first-time traveler can never skip this dish. For coffee hunters, Holly Brown Coffee awaits you for a pleasuring coffee aroma. The cafe shop offers you the best coffee and gelato in Hongkong.
Hongkong nightlife is a must added plan to your itinerary. Lan Kwai Fong is the most popular spot to spend your nightlife. It's famous for drinking and clubbing places. But if you want to dance right below Hongkong's night sky, CÉ LA VI, located in Central's California Tower, is the answer. It's where nightlifers go to experience the high life in this skyscraper city
Disneyland is everyone's first listed destination in Hongkong. Disneyland will bring out your inner child out with its amusing park and attraction. Besides Disneyland, Victoria Peak is also a must-visit destination in Hongkong. It's the highest peak in Hongkong where you can see the whole Hongkong from the spot.
Make sure you have emptied out your memory cards because you need more space to save up your memories in Hongkong. Hongkong is known to be a paradise for you Instagram people. First you need to go to Quarry Bay. This place is once featured in the Transformers movie. It has some spots surrounded by dense and stacked residence, but the most popular spots are in Yik Cheong and Montane Mansion. For the street-art lover, Hongkong offers you eyegasm experience in Sheung Wan. You can walk around the street with the view of artistic murals.