landscape of Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is best known as a shopper’s paradise (hmmm.. I wonder why it appeals to me). However, there is so much more to Hong Kong than shopping. This dynamic and vibrant metropolis is a fusion of many cultures. Visitors have no problems getting around Hong Kong. English is widely spoken throughout the islands and almost all the street signs are bilingual.

Hong Kong is a sophisticated fusion of the east and the west. It is under the cultural influences of Cantonese, Mandarin, British, and there are also substantial communities from Hakka, Fujian and Shanghainese people. I feel like being in a city with so many different influences would be so easy to blend in and really enjoy the culture.

Renowned as the culinary capital of Asia, Hong Kong is a world of exquisite, mouth-watering international dining options. Apart from trying the regional Cantonese food, tourists can also enjoy a full choice of authentic Asian and western cuisines. The local dim sum and fresh seafood are must-tries!

Hong Kong's location made it the main gateway to China as well as much of East Asia. Therefore, its international air service is excellent and competition keeps the fares relatively low compared to neighboring countries.

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