Posted October 4, 2017No comments | Far East

Hong Kong

A perfect blend of traditional and modern architectures, this culturally diverse destination, Hong Kong is one of the favorite hot-spots for tourism. Just a short flight away from Indian cities, it offers a vibrant and cosmopolitan lifestyle, featuring a unique blend of East and West with its cultural fusion and diversity.

Top things to see & do

The Peak – Out-of-this-world view of skyscrapers, the glittering harbour and the green hills of the distant New Territories

Hong Kong Disneyland – Magic, adventure and the world’s favourite cast of characters await. Embark on a journey with magical adventures for all ages!

Ladies’ Market – About a kilometre of street-market bustle and clothing, accessories and souvenir bargains

Ocean Park Hong Kong – Thrill rides, giant pandas and a world-class aquarium keep Ocean Park on Hong Kong’s list of favourites.

Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade – Take a walk on the bright side! Stroll along the waterfront with your eyes locked on one of the world’s most spectacular city skylines.

Temple Street Night Market – Souvenirs, snacks, opera singers and fortune tellers – ordered chaos in action.

Golden Bauhinia Square -The backdrop for the daily flag-raising ceremony, near a world-renowned convention centre

Avenue of Stars – Relive some of the most celebrated moments in Asia’s movie industry.


From off-the-rack Chinese gowns to bespoke speciality knives (and vice versa), the sheer variety of products in Hong Kong’s shops is dizzying. Every budget, need and whim is catered for in ‘can do’ spirit by a similarly impressive assortment of venues – glitzy malls where the moneyed shop, chic side-street boutiques and vintage dens where fashionistas find their gems, nerdy gadget bazaars, and a mix of markets where you can haggle to your heart’s content. The city has no sales tax so prices are generally attractive to visitors.

Food & Drink

Experience the most authentic dim sum in the 1960s-style Lin Heung Tea House. Enjoy fine dining at Gaddi’s, the signature restaurant at The Peninsula Hotel. Or try Spring Moon for authentic Cantonese.


Indian nationals need a visa to enter mainland China, but not Hong Kong.


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