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1Ride the last Duk Ling
Ride the last Duk Ling

If you think Hong Kong is just about shopping, think again. This vibrant cosmopolis is a fusion of many cultures. Explore great attractions like the Man Mo Temples and Po Lin Monastery. Board an authentic Chinese junk and set sail into Hong Kong's scenic harbour for a 360-degree view of the city's impressive skyline.

HolidayIQ reviewer Saranya says, "It was a four-day trip and we covered Tian Tan Buddha (big Buddha), cable car ride, ferry ride (Duk Ling tour), lights and sound show, Peak Tram tour, Victoria point, Ocean Park, Disney Land and lots and lots of shopping especially toy shopping. Toddlers and little boys would enjoy the city as it's kid friendly."


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2Conquer s most spectacular peak!
Conquer s most spectacular peak!

If you’re in Hong Kong, ditch the usual city crowd and experience something different by  conquering the Ma On Shan, which is the highest peak peak of Hong Kong and one of the best hiking trails in the region. The peak is best known for its saddle like appearance and offers spectacular views in all directions.

HolidayIQ reviewer Vidya says, "One needs to travel by cable car for 30 minutes and climb a fleet of 268 steps which we climbed to view this remarkable statue and to enjoy the sweeping mountain and sea while you are on cable car."


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3Dine with the adorable Hello Kitty!
Dine with the adorable Hello Kitty!

Ever looked forward to eating Hello Kitty food? It's only natural the tremondous popularity of Hello Kitty in Hong Kong leads to a full Hello Kitty themed restaurant where even the food is shaped in the form of this lovable character. The special hello kitty dumplings here are absolutely unmissable!

HolidayIQ reviewer Partha says, "The Asian tastes here, add to an exotic dining experience. Food in Hong Kong is must try!"


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4Explore the history and culture of Hong Kong
Explore the history and culture of Hong Kong

Why: From the iconic street markets and beautiful temples to the futuristic skyscrapers set against the shimmering harbor, to endless food and drinks options, Hong kong has something for everyone.

Top 3 things to do:

  1. Take a boat ride along Victoria harbor, sail through the sea of stalls, shops, markets and malls in Tsim Sha Tsui

  2. Soar up to incredible heights over Lantau Island on the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car and visit the Tian Tan Buddha statue

  3. Visit the Pak Tai Temple on Cheung Chau island, drop by the 17th-century Tin Hau Temple

How to get there: While booking your tickets, don’t forget to take advantage of the AirAsia’s anniversary offers and discounts. Fly from Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Pune and Goa and enjoy a layover at Kuala Lumpur.

HolidayIQ traveller Saranya shares, “We visited Hong Kong with my family and enjoyed an awesome time. It was a four-day trip and we covered Tian Tan Buddha (big Buddha), cable car ride, ferry ride (Duckling tour), lights and sound show, Peak Tram tour, Victoria point, Ocean park, Disneyland and lots and lots of shopping especially toy shopping.”


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5Entertainment unlimited!
Entertainment unlimited!

Hong Kong is a vibrant, densely-populated urban hub with a skyscraper-studded skyline. Set sail on an enjoyable ride from Kowloon Island to Hong Kong Island by the Star Ferry. It showcases an excellent view of the city skyline. Oh yes, and don't miss out Disneyland! you can indulge the kid in you at Toy Story Land and Grizzly Gulch.

Package: INR 33,100 onwards for 3 nights and 4 days.

HolidayIQ reviewer Harvinder says, “Kowloon is the best destination to find street markets (a heaven for shopping lovers). Best thing is you can locate more than enough food points, restaurants etc.”


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2 reviews

Efficient, Clean, Expensive, Fairly Smoke Free

Great place to be. I was there for Business for 10 Days . Efficient people, Clean city, Decent nightlife, pretty safe at all hours If I go back this time, I would:. #Buy an Octopus Card the moment I step out. It is practically accepted at all large and small Merchants. (Except the Local Red Toyota Taxi's). (Available at all Public Locations like Rail Station], Airports[Did't personally check though]) - It's a prepaid card that cost's minimum 150HKD (50HKD Deposit Included). #For Vegetarians - Pizza Hut's - Margherita Pizza (Think crust worked best for me). #Learn Directions in Cantanese (Left, Right, Forward, Reverse, Up & Down etc. ). #Carry a portable Umbrella or a Water repellant Body Bag (It drizzles out of the blue). #Tram, MTR & Double Decker Bus's are the best and cheapest methods of Commute. Avowing Smoking. Or smoke in the Smoking areas or Places like LKF with a lot of bars

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Hong Kong - The Cosmopolitan

Hong Kong is a very beautiful country, with proper management and discipline everywhere. It has a cultural mix of both the worlds, West & East.

When you visit Hong Kong, don't forget to travel by The Peak Tram to the Peak Tower at the top of the hill, from here you can see the entire city landscape. And believe me its so beautiful to see all buildings and ocean below you.

You can go to Tsim Sha Tsui for local shopping, and there are very huge and beautiful malls too. One of my favorite mall is Elements mall in Kowloon island.

It's advisable to keep a umbrella with you all the time, because rain can happen anytime in Hong Kong. I took a ferry ride, and used public transport everywhere.

Public transport like bus, MTR (Metro train) are so good in condition, you will love it.

You will find sea food, thai food everywhere. If you don't like such dishes, then I would advise you to carry your own meal everyday from hotel or eat fruits, drink cola only. Hope you have a wonderful stay.

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Hong Kong Overview

Isolated from the mainland of the People's Republic of China by a natural harbour, mountains and a century of British rule, the city of Hong Kong is situated in the Far East, south of the Tropic of Cancer.

Hong Kong comprises of an area of 1097 square kilometres and is 8 hours ahead of the Greenwich Mean Time. A lively and industrialised city, Hong Kong presents a cultural resemblance to that of the Guangdong province of China. A blend of Chinese, Vietnamese and other Asian cultures, Hong Kong is a place to appreciate Asian culture at its best.

English is often spoken and understood in most restaurants, hotels and shops. Being under the British rule for a prolonged period as well as a popular tourist destination and important business centre, various signs, brochures and guidebooks are designed in English rather than Chinese.

However both Chinese and English happen to be the official languages with Cantonese dominating. The major religions are Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism.

Hong Kong’s therapeutic foot massages are quite popular with travellers. Another typical Hong Kong characteristic is the bamboo scaffolding in old and new construction sites. The city is also famous for its delicious spread of traditional cuisine.

Hong Kong is a visitor's paradise. With great attractions like the Man Mo Temples and Po Lin Monastery, luxurious accommodations, shops, food and fun filled activities, there is no dearth of excitement for travellers in Hong Kong.

The city is friendly and hospitable with an equally suitable climate. Hong Kong is a beautiful and adventurous city with a peaceful ambience and rich cultural heritage.

Photos of Hong Kong

Giant Buddha and Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong

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Mithun Madhusudan

Giant Buddha and Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong
Giant Buddha and Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong

Photo by

Mithun Madhusudan

Giant Buddha and Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong
Giant Buddha and Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong

Photo by

Mithun Madhusudan

Giant Buddha and Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong
Ocean Park Hongkong, Hong Kong

Photo by

Thejasvi Bhat

Ocean Park Hongkong, Hong Kong

Getting to Hong Kong


Visa: Prior application

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Transit time: 5 hrs from major cities

Cost ₹ 14,000 per person

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