Mar 2, 2020 - Mar 3, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Even after the official handover to China in 1997, Hong Kong remains autonomous from the central government. It’s official title is “Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China” and the government acts independently in virtually all administrative duties, except those regarding international relations and military affairs. The rumors you’ve heard about population density are true, as this small area houses more than seven million residents, making it the fourth most densely populated place in the world. This means there’s a lot to do and see, along with many places to stay.
Hong Kong is a foodie paradise, has a long and compelling history, and is equipped with an ample amount of green spaces along with some amazing cityscapes and nightlife. Here are a few of the attractions and events that are unique to the island.
Ranked number eleven as the most popular tourist destination on earth, but it’s also the eighth most expensive. Even budget food and accommodations here are on the higher end of the price scale. Other services like airport transfers or meals are only included in the most expensive options.
A great place for Chinese food and beverage as well as rich cultural atmosphere
Hong Kong is so easy to get around. I stayed way out of Central area but visited every day.
The air was extremely polluted and it was the most expensive city I have ever been to
It's a great place for food and massage n partying,also adventure parks,the peak is a must visit