When someone says they’re going away from the country to do shopping, the first thing that comes to mind is Hong Kong. Believe it or not, there are way more things to do in Hong Kong than shopping. This exciting and dynamic city is a blend of many cultures; remainders of its British culture, shares room with the Chinese culture. As English is widely spoken all over the island, tourists will have no difficulty in getting around the country.
For all visitors, ranging from budget to luxury, there will be countless things to do in Hong Kong. If you’re planning a budget trip, take notes of Victoria Peak, Kowloon Park and Temple Street. If you’re planning a luxury trip, take notes of the above places, as well as Aberdeen, Flagstaff Museum, Elements Mall, and Hong Kong clubs in addition to your regular route.
Hong Kong is influenced by British, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hakka, Shanghainese and Fujian cultures. Although these cultures are distinctive, they blend and live with each other in harmony.
The country offers a distinguishing shopping experience to all the visitors. From Chinese silk products to electric products, modish boutiques to anything traditional, from crowded street marts to opulent shopping arcades, you name it, everything is there.
Hong Kong is a city of elegant, flavoursome banquet and dining choices. In addition to traditional Cantonese cuisine, visitors are offered a vast range of bona fide Western and Asian food. Take notes of fresh seafood, shame, and dim sum. They are worth giving a shot.
From the Symphony of Lights to world-class Hong Kong clubs, youwill find what fascinates you. Take a note of the night cruise at the Victoria Harbour. It is where most of the family tourists are headed to, after an exciting evening in the city.
Ideal Family Holiday
There are plenty of parks, museums, and temples. Don’t forget to take your kids to meet all their favourite Disney® cartoon characters in Disneyland®. Riding the tram up to the Victoria Peak after a thrilling boat ride at the fishing village are must-tries for the kids.
Despite what month of the year, you visit Hong Kong, you will have a good chance of experiencing the culture and unique traditions through various fairs and festivals. Carnivals, lion dances, dragon dances, fireworks, parades, and festive feasting will produce such a festive atmosphere that will take you to another dimension that is out of this world.
Hong Kong is full of friendly people from many cultures. Full of authentic food and boutique. It is open to everyone across the planet. For an astonishing and cosmopolitan holiday experience, book a flight and visit with your family. Mark these words. It is going to be the best family holiday you will ever have!