Hong Kong, the city of dreams, is more than just skyscrapers and dazzling lights. It is a necklace of 260 islands that graces the bluish green coastline of the South China sea. There’s more to it beyond its uber cool cosmopolitan image.
A land of the fragrant Agarwood, Hong Kong is a city enrobed in rich culture and tradition that is seeped deep in its fierce Asian soul. An ancient city with a thriving trade culture during the colonial times, stands today as a business centre and financial hub of the world.
Hong Kong is the world’s top most ranked city in living standards. It is just a little far from US in becoming a city with the best paid generation of corporate force which drives its economy. The reason why business travellers are flocking this metropolitan city is its steady economic reach. This constant skyrocketing growth has been has been the greatest contributing factor in making it a popular metropolitan city in Asia Pacific.
With 6,300 people living per square kilometre along Hong Kong’s every stretch, it is a densely populated asian city. Accomodation in Hong Kong is still relatively cheap. In fact, to adjust the number of business travellers, the city has been overflowing with furnished apartments and extended stay options. The easy living concept of corporate housing has made it a popular choice among business travelers and tourists alike. There are abundant options to choose from along the various areas of the city. Our interactive catalogue will help you find your ideal accommodation in no time.
Hong Kong is one of those cities blessed with unusually abundant natural landscapes. One that blissfully combines the expansive sea against the backdrop of lush mountains. It is a city of islands and there are a thousand different things to do in the city.
From trekking in the vast expanses of Victoria peak to absorbing beautiful vistas of the city from the Sky100 observation deck in Kowloon, the list of picturesque attractions in the city are endless. Tsim Sha Tsui promenade, Victoria Harbour, Tian Tian Buddha, and the Avenue of Stars are few of the famous spots in the city. Our meticulously researched ‘Moving to the city area guide’ will have you Hong Kong ready in no time.
Hong Kong is a living dream known for its sundry culture, cuisine and fast paced life.
Hong Kong’s history as a popular British Colony for more than a century has been the trademark of its mixed cuisine, which ranges from Cantonese, European to Southeast Asian. However, the food here is not limited to just these three genres.
The restaurants in the neighbourhood offer abundant varieties of multinational dishes and food. We have put together a detailed structure of the best restaurants in the city in an easily accessible version of our Hong Kong city area guide here.
A well-known shopping destination, Hong Kong is a shoppers paradise. The Harbour City Mall, lining the Victoria Bay, is the largest mall in the city. The trail of luxury shops and fabulous department stores in the Times Square Tower will have you rolling your eyes in wonder. Through our extensive city area guide, finding your choice of shopping paradise in Hong Kong is easier now.
The city’s little known hidden treasures are its real stars. They are the go to spots in the city. Do you know there’s a Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong? And.. there’s a Disneyland too! To know more about the surprise spots and the list of places to visit in the city, you can refer to our city area guide here
For conquering the streets of Hong Kong, the Octopus Card should be your weapon of choice. With a two way transport system, one existing on the land and the other on the sea route, Hong Kong has an intricately connected transport system. The ferries, one of the oldest modes of transport of the island city, have been around since 180 years. Get yourself acquainted with the routes of the city through the city area guide.
Be it a major corporate mammoth or a multinational giant, they either have an office or are headquartered in Hong Kong. The luxury hotel chain, Shangri-La, is based in the city. There are many more names synonymous with Hong Kong like the Esprit label, British Conglomerate Jardine Matheson, and king of Chinese flavours, Lee Kum Kee are all based in Hong Kong.
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