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Aerial view of Hong Kong

Hong Kong

It’s all happening in Hong Kong. Michelin-star restaurants, big spending bars, labyrinthine shopping malls and award-winning hotels run around-the-clock. This is a place where you can shop, dine and wine and then kick back in a teahouse or penthouse bar with spectacular views of lush mountains and a stunning jade harbour.

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Places to stay

From colonial quarters to commanding harbour-front hotels, Hong Kong has countless places to stay. It just depends on what you’re after. Lovers of luxury will enjoy Central or Causeway Bay, expat havens of happening bars, restaurants and clubs. The bustling streets and neon lights of Mong Kok will appeal to budget-conscious travellers who want to get close the ‘real’ Hong Kong. For a peak into the China of days gone by, try Yau Ma Tei with its medicinal teashops, street food stalls and antique markets. Or if you want to experience beautiful beaches, rugged scenery and mountainous hikes, head to the Outlying Islands and discover the laidback vibe at Lamma Island.

Things to do

Hidden between the skyscrapers and along narrow streets, you’ll find bustling restaurants and bars, a thriving arts scene, unique shopping and secret outdoor spaces. Catch the Star Ferry across the harbour and take the tram up to Victoria Peak for panoramic views.

Love a bit of retail therapy? From the opulent fashion at the IFC Mall to the popular Ladies' Market on Tung Choi Street, Stanley Market, and the ever-popular Temple Street Night Market, it’s a shopper’s dream come true. When night falls, don’t miss the spectacular Symphony of Lights show, which illuminates the cityscape by the harbour. Then visit Lan Kwai Fong street for its nightclubs, live music and tempting food stalls.

For a glimpse of the city’s contemporary art scene, check out insta-worthy street art and chique galleries in Central and Sheung Wan. Or you could spend lazy days on Lamma Island, get back to nature at the stunning Edward Youde Aviary or up the excitement at Hong Kong Disneyland.


Where to go

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Central – Hong Kong Island

Explore the city's oldest and bustling neighbourhood Old Town Central to see the sloped streets and alleys, with authentic tea houses and street vendors mixed with modern stores and hidden underground bars.
Central - the CBD is where skyscrapers are filled with a mix of offices, hotels, trendy bars and restaurants. It’s the access point for the Peak and Peak Tram, Hong Kong Park and Hong Kong Zoological Botanical Gardens.

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Kowloon is a peninsula of fascinating contrasts, a curious combination of East meets West and old meets new. To discover a different side of the city do as the locals do and take the iconic Star Ferry across glittering Victoria Harbour to Kowloon. Home to some of the city’s coolest neighbourhoods, most historic temples, best markets, top attractions and hottest restaurants, Kowloon is a must for any intrepid traveller.

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Getting around

From the airport: Qantas flights arrive and depart from Hong Kong International Airport, 34km from the downtown area.

The easiest way to get from the airport is on the Airport Express, operating every ten minutes taking as little as 24 minutes to Central. Public buses and taxis are also available.

In and around the city: Hong Kong has an excellent public transport system that is considered one of the best in the world. Depending on where you are going, you have a choice of MTR (subway), trains, buses, trams, ferries and taxis. They have signs and announcements in both English and Chinese.

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