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For some, it’s home to the best shopping districts in Asia. For others, it’s a global hub with cultural influences from all around world. Hong Kong’s unique history as belonging to the British and current position as a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People s Republic of China, makes it a great place for anyone to start, or continue, their journey in Asia.
If you’re heading to Hong Kong looking to shop, you’re certainly not limited. Wan Chai is one of the most popular shopping districts, along with Causeway Bay. However, if you’re looking for something a little less expensive, you should drop in on Sham Shui Po, an area considered one of the cheapest areas in Hong Kong. This is partially because of the renowned tech paradise Golden Shopping Centre and more diverse Dragon Centre. Of course, Hong Kong isn’t just about shopping, it’s also about culture. If you head over to Wan Chai, you are sure to notice the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. As one of the Hong Kong’s major conventions centres, there are usually different events taking place here. Check your dates and see if anything coincides with your trip. If you’re looking to see what life in one of the most densely populated cities on the planet is like, make sure to head to Kowloon’s Tsim Sha Tsui to see one of the most populated places in Hong Kong.If, on the other hand, you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Ocean Park Hong Kong offers a chance to relax and wind down.
If you want to see the highest peaks and tallest buildings in Hong Kong, Hong Kong island is where you want to go. As the site of the original Hong Kong British Settlement, both the city’s financial centre and highest skyscrapers can be found here. Nearby, you can check out Lan Kwai Fong but a more affluent area which offers many home comforts for travelers and wealthy locals alike. If you head out towards the new territories, you can visit Tuen Mun. Tuen Mun not only has the largest residential in the new territories, but it also offers some great cultural attractions such as the Ching Leung Nunnery, Tsing Shan Monastery and the Tuen Mun Town Centre. Tsuen Wan is another great place to see for one of Hong Kong’s largest shopping centers, Discovery Park. Whilst in the new territories, you should also check out the Sai Kung Peninsula, a mountainous region with great coastal scenery and walking routes. Kwun Tong also offers easy access to hiking and walking paths, being right next door to Kowloon Peak.
With a city like Hong Kong, there’s never a lack of things to do. Here are some interesting events curated specially for you. We hope they suit your fancy!