From second-hand vintage shops stacked with undiscovered treasures to shopping outlets where you can snap up high-end brands for a killer deal, here’s how every trend hunter visiting Hong Kong should spend their days in the city.
Hong Kong’s hyper-efficient public transportation network can take you almost anywhere at any time.
With close to a hundred highlight events happening every year, there’s never a dull day in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong is home to the most skyscrapers on Earth, yet 40 percent of its territory is country parks and nature reserves.
In Hong Kong, there are two new years to celebrate. One according to the Western calendar, and the other according to the Chinese calendar.
In Hong Kong, there are well over 100 Chinese and Western historical sites that are now declared monuments.
In Hong Kong, you can simultaneously experience the old and the new. Experience the contrast between modern skyscrapers and centuries-old temples, as well as high-speed railways and colonial-era trams.
With a population density at 6,690 persons per square kilometre, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated places in the world.
As a result of Hong Kong’s unique geography and history, neighbourhoods can be vastly different from one another, and all have their own unique history, culture, and experiences waiting for you to explore.
With around 50 Hollywood films set and shot here since the 1940s, Hong Kong has a special allure for filmmakers and photographers worldwide.
There’s no need to break the bank to have a gourmet meal in Hong Kong. Try a variety of street food and enjoy some of the cheapest Michelin-starred restaurants in the world.
As a result of its past, Hong Kong is a very bilingual city. All public signs and documents include English and most locals here have decent command of the language.
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