Hong Kong, is one of the most popular travel destinations in Asia, it has always been the centre of curiosity among the tourists, who are always on the hunt for the information about the exotic place. Hong Kong lies in eastern Asia, on the south coast of the People's Republic of China.
Located on the coastline, Hong Kong's climate is sub-tropical. Hong Kong's average climate makes it a year-round travel destination. However, best time to visit Hong Kong is during autumn and winter seasons since the air is dry and cool at this time.
Renowned as the culinary capital of Asia, Hong Kong boasts more than 11,000 restaurants, many of them clustered in defined food districts. Apart from enjoying the best Cantonese and regional Chinese food, visitors can sample a full choice of authentic Asian cuisines and Western fare. Local must-try dishes are dim sum and fresh seafood, with some of the top examples found in Best of the Best award-winning restaurants.
You can find tours to meet your every need and interest. Go sightseeing and experience our living culture and heritage. Take a day or night tour, cruise the harbour or visit outlying islands to enjoy nature at its best.
Events & Festivals
Hong Kong, the Events Capital of Asia, offers a smorgasbord of fascinating and exciting events ranging from colourful local festivals to world-class arts and sports events. Concerts, theatre and dance performances by famous international artists and local Canto-pop singers create dynamic experiences. The city's various consumer fairs showcase a wide variety of latest products ranging from books to computer games to flowers. Check out the Event Calendar for upcoming events.
For sheer variety of products and brands in all price ranges, Hong Kong is a unique shopping experience. From glitzy malls to funky street markets, and trendy boutiques to traditional Chinese product stores and themed shopping districts, you can find everything from the latest designer fashions and electronic gadgets to best-value antiques and collectible.
(Original information sourced from Hong Kong Tourism Board)