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What to do in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a world-class city with different sides for all types of travellers. From magical theme parks, great shopping destinations, delicious food, to historic landmarks, you won’t find it hard to love Hong Kong.
Hong Kong is such a photo-friendly city, so up your Instagram and social media game with a trip to the city’s most photogenic spots. See the city like never before when you reach Victoria Peak, especially during sunset and at night.
Bring your camera next to Hong Kong’s historic Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, Lantau Island’s Po Lin Monastery and Tian Tan Buddha, Kowloon Park, and don’t forget Avenue of the Stars.
Make sure you visit the avenue at night too, so you can catch A Symphony of Lights and see a spectacular laser light show across Hong Kong’s skyline. You can also see a different side of Hong Kong when you ride their iconic junk boat along the city’s coastline.
Another magical sight to behold is Hong Kong Disneyland, where you can relive the best memories of your childhood. Stop by Ocean Park too for more thrilling rides and a chance to hang out with the animals, like their adorable pandas Ying Ying and Le Le.
Aside from the tasty yum cha experience, check out Hong Kong’s food scene at the Cooked Food Market. Spend your Hong Kong Dollars for shopping too and bring your wallet to The Landmark, Harbour City, and Pacific Place for shopping centers, plus Tsim Sha Tsui, Mongkok, and Tung Chung for the best bargains.
Feeling festive? Join Hong Kong’s exciting festivals such as the Chinese New Year in February, Dragon Boat Festival in June, Hong Kong National Day in October, and Christmas Winterfest in December.
Make the most out your trip to the city and its popular neighbor with this budget travel guide to Hong Kong and Macau!
When to visit Hong Kong
The best time to visit Hong Kong is from April-May in spring and October-December in winter when you can enjoy pleasant weather.
What’s even better is that you and other Filipino wanderers can fly to Hong Kong and travel the city visa-free for up to 14 days. Just make sure your passport is valid for at least six months.
Travelling to and around Hong Kong
You will be landing at the Hong Kong International Airport. From there, you can reach the city by Airport Express links, taxis, and bus. Getting around Hong Kong is easy too when you ride the bus, Mass Transit Railway (MTR), tram, and ferry.
So what are you waiting for? Say ‘Ni Hao’ to Hong Kong now! Grab your passport and book your Hong Kong flights with Skiddoo today.
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