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Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People’s Republic of China is much more than a harbor city. The former British colony is now a major tourism destination and East Asian hub with global connections to many parts of the world. Hong Kong also owns several districts containing sightseeing, restaurants, cafés, nightlife activities and accommodations that match every visitor’s comfort zone.
Hong Kong has evidence that its life lasted from Stone Age. However, it was first merged into mainland China from the Qin Dynasty and was used as commercial center and naval base during the Tang and Song Dynasty. The islands became British colony as the Treaty of Nanjing in 1841. Over 156 years under the control of British forces, it was finally returned to China in 1997, under the stipulation of “one country, two systems”.
Hong Kong has the official language as Chinese Mandarin, Chinese Cantonese and English.
Hong Kong’s currency is Hong Kong Dollar (HKD). Foreign currency, travel checks and major credit cards are widely accepted.
Hong Kong has the time zone of UTC+8 (01 hour ahead from Vietnam).
Hong Kong’s religion is Buddhism in majority (90% of population) and Catholic.
Hong Kong has a sub-tropical climate with four pronounced seasons, turning it to the best place for year-round travel destination in Asia. The mildest season occurs from September to February, while the wettest season lasts from May until mid of September. Christmas Season is the busiest season as well as the biggest sales festive for all fashion fanatics. Passengers should always update Hong Kong’s weather to choose your favourite one and book flight tickets to Hong Kong accordingly.
Hong Kong’s cuisine plays an important role in the people lives here. Not only is it a showcase of Chinese cuisines with huge regional varieties, but there are also excellent Asian and Western choices. Some Cantonese dishes that cannot be missed are Dim Sum, Siu Mei, Cantonese Congee, Wonton noodles, Tong Sui, seafood, street food and Hong Kong tea.
Hong Kong attracts visitors with different generations from all over the world for its modern tourist places and beautiful traditional heritage. They are inclusive of Vitoria Peak, New Territories, Ocean Park, Ngong Ping 360, world famous Disneyland theme park, Walk of Fame, Tian Tan and many more. Also, horse racing is another must try activity in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong, known as Asian shopping paradise, offers a diversity of products with different price levels. Shopping malls and locations are everywhere, locally renowned ones as Times Square, Festival Walk, Landmark, Cityplaza, Harbor City, Ladies Market, Temple Street, Flower Market, Stanley Market and many more.
Hong Kong International Airport is one of the biggest airports in the world, welcoming 45 million visitors and 3 million cargoes per year. Major airlines like Malaysia Airlines, Air Asia, Cebu Pacific, Singapore Airlines, Eva Airways, Jestar, Philippine Airlines, China Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Thai Airways, Cathay Pacific, United Airlines, and Vietnam Airlines sell flight tickets to Hong Kong from Vietnam.