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Though famed for being a popular shopping district and a melting pot of delicious street and local food, there is a surprising amount of things to do both inside and outside the city of Hong Kong. Hotels here are plenty and available for tourists on various budgets and trips, whether leisure, work or both.


Attractions here include massive shopping districts and malls, endless lanes of food stalls for foodies, picturesque trails for hiking and nature lovers and breathtaking views of the countryside that makes up most of Hong Kong.


Things to see in Hong Kong Exploring the natural landscape that makes up most of Hong Kong is one of the open secrets here. Hiking and camping is a great way to appreciate the city’s mountains, beaches and remarkable cityscapes. Travelers seeking to escape the bustling city can try out at least four major hiking trails: Lantau Trail on Lantau, Hong Kong Trail on Hong Kong island, Maclehose Trail in the New Territories and Wilson Trail that links Hong Kong island and the New Territories.


Shopaholics will find that there is almost no end to the options available here. The already passionate shopping scene is fueled by no sales tax, and the countless shops offering competitive prices is enough to convert any non-shopper. Tsim Sha Tsui in Kowloon and Causeway Bay are two of the more popular shopping destinations for fashion, though you can find malls all over the city.


Hotels in Hong Kong Hong Kong’s accommodation scene is highly developed and varied, but it is by no means cheap. Nevertheless, it is still possible to find accommodation deals on our website. Most places are linked by an excellent public transport system, so no worries about getting around. Budget accommodation usually gets you just a bed, and if you’re a light sleeper, maybe getting a room would be a good investment.


Where to stay If you like getting in the thick of a bustling city, then Kowloon would be a good choice. There is a dazzling array of options when it comes to places for shopping, eating and sleeping. Accommodation options include backpackers hostels and luxury hotels. A place like the Kowloon Waterfront offers a splendid, classic view of Hong Kong, something no visitors should miss out on.


Visitors looking for a little less city and a little more nature can explore staying in Lantau, where attractions like Inspiration Lake and Tian Tan Buddha are sure to inspire awe during your sightseeing treks. Hikers will also find the 70 km Lantau trail that can be done in sections. Accommodation options here are guesthouses, hostels and campsites so don’t expect much luxury here.


How to get to Hong Kong If you’re coming in by air, Hong Kong International Airport is the main gateway. The airport is well equipped and provides shopping opportunities within its two terminals. The Airport Express train is probably the most efficient way of getting into the city from the airport, with stops in Tsing Yi and Kowloon. The ride is only slightly above 20 minutes. If you’re coming in from Macau, then there are ferry services every 5 to 30 minutes, 24 hours a day.

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