Hong Kong has a separate visa and immigration system to mainland China, so visitors from the U.S. (along with many other nations) can stay in Hong Kong for up to 90 days without a visa. When it comes to traveling around Hong Kong, there are lots public transportation options. The contactless Octopus Card can be pre-loaded with travel credit and used on almost all modes of public transportation; you can also get discounted fares on the Mass Transit Railway (MTR). The MTR is the quickest way to get around Hong Kong, and it serves many popular tourist areas, but you can also easily find taxis which are color-coded to indicate the areas that they serve. The coastal trams are affordable and reliable, and ferries are a great way to connect to Hong Kong’s many islands. There are also numerous bus services across all the main islands, but if you want to see the central downtown area, you can explore it on foot.
Begin your adventures of the evening at one of Hong Kong’s trendy rooftop bars with spectacular views of Victoria Harbour.
The Nan Lian Garden is a lucky find for all nature and relaxation lovers. Nestled in the bustling city, hidden paths lead past green hills, unusual rocks, colorful flowerbeds, fish ponds and an impressive waterfall. Hong Kong offers great hiking opportunities, with routes like the Lantau Trail, Tung O Ancient Trail, Lung Ha Wan Country Trail, Dragon’s Back Trail and Wu Kau Tang Country Trail. Visit the quiet Hap Mun Bay Beach, wonder at the unusual rock formations at the UNESCO-listed Hong Kong Global Geopark, and enter countless small temples to soak up the spiritual ambience.
Hong Kong has more than 14,000 restaurants scattered throughout the city, and there are also lots of street stalls serving traditional food. As you stroll throughout the busy city, you’re sure to pass many eateries and fruit and vegetable markets. It’s common in Hong Kong society to place a variety of dishes in the middle of the table to share, so be sure to try popular dishes like dim sum, rice rolls, egg tart, wonton noodles, seafood, curry fish balls and hot pots.
Hong Kong (HKG)
Return date 04.02.2020
Hong Kong (HKG)
Return date 02.02.2020
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