Hong Kong is renowned as an international centre of trade and business with a majority of Asia-Pacific's corporate headquarters located there.
A population of 7 million people makes Hong Kong one of the most densely populated cities in the world, with the majority of Hong Kong's population being Chinese.
Western cultural practices remain from the time when Hong Kong was known as a British colony. These practices now coexist with the traditional philosophy and practices of Chinese culture in Hong Kong.
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Time to Visit Hong Kong
Spring in Hong Kong is between April and June. Though evenings can be cool, temperature is generally warm and a little humid.
Summer time in Hong Kong is very hot and humid generally in excess of 31°C. During this time between July and September travellers can expect occasional showers and thunderstorms.
Autumn is generally considered the best time to visit Hong Kong. Autumn is between October and December where visitors can expect plenty of sunshine and temperate weather.
Hong Kong in winter, between January and March is often cool, dry and cloudy. Temperatures during winter can drop below 10°C.
Festivals in Hong Kong
Loud bright lights of fireworks, the parading dragons and lions, and festive feasts are a common sights at the annual Chinese festivals in Hong Kong. Traditional festivals held throughout the year are a fun way for tourtists visiting Hong Kong to experience the unique culture of Hong Kong and the Chinese people.
The Dong Zhi Festival (Winter Solstice), Dragon Boat Festival, and Chinese New Year are just a few of the traditional Chinese festivals held each year. Try plan your next holiday to Hong Kong so you can experience this unique combination of Chinese culture.
Thing to do in Hong Kong
There are many popular tourist attractions and destinations in Hong Kong. We have highlighted a few of the must-see attractions on your next visit to Hong Kong.
Ocean Park Hong Kong
Ocean Park Hong Kong is a marine-themed amusement park located in the Southern District of Hong Kong. Ocean Park has more than 14 rides, two roller coasters, and a four-story aquarium that’s home to 2000 fish. Ocean Park Hong Kong also features a jelly fish and giant panda exhibit and not to forget the official mascot “Whiskers”, Ocean Park’s waving sea lion.
Stanley Market is popular tourists sport for shoppers visiting Hong Kong. Find an interesting array of little souvenirs stores and a range of specialty shops selling silk garments, sportswear, art, and Chinese costume jewellery. For those less interested in shopping, Stanley markets have some great restaurants that are also very popular with the Hong Kong locals.
Man Mo Temple Hong Kong
Man Mo Temple is a temple in Hong Kong, China built for two gods: Man the god of literature and Mo the god of war
The Temple is a popular attraction for visitors to Hong Kong, located on Hollywood road Sheung Wan. The Temple was built in 1847 and is open from 8:00am to 6:00pm daily. Visitors are able to walk around and enjoy the temple and it's grounds.
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