Hong Kong is a city that has the dual cultural mix of a Cantonese Chinese ethnicity, as well as a former British influence. It has become a prime travel location for China's mainland community. When searching for a hotel in Hong Kong, look for one under the Quality Tourism Services (QTS) scheme, which ensures you will find an accommodation you can rely on. Hong Kong hotels range from guesthouses, hostels for youths, mid-range comfort and high end resorts, like the T Hotel at VTC Pokfulam Complex.
Dim sum is a must-try delicacy in Hong Kong, and this is at its best at Din Tai Fung, located at Canton Road. Dishes like crab roe dumplings and wanton in chili oil are available here.
Rated as one of the world's most prominent skylines, the Hong Kong Skyline delivers the best two-dimensional view both during the day and at night. The most popular points for viewing are TST Promenade and Avenue of Stars at Kowloon.
Quinary claims to be a nightspot that has the best in mixed drinks and cocktails. Headed by the creative mixologist Anthony Lai, the exquisite drinking location is at Hollywood Road.
With a mix of Chinese Taoist temples and Edwardian architectures in its midst, walk around and discover the hidden secrets of Hong Kong. This includes the Antiquities and Monuments Office, 1881 Heritage and the Kat Hing Wai Walled Village.
There are loads of events planned throughout the year in Hong Kong, such as the Hong Kong Dragonboat Festival at the East Tsim Sha Hsui waterfront, the Mid-Autumn Festival and other cultural exhibitions.