Hong Kong

a glittering, urban metropolis, whilst keeping traditions close

Hong Kong, with its instantly recognisable skyline, is famed for its world-class hotels, indulgent shopping and exquisite dining. Though a glittering, urban metropolis, Hong Kong keeps its traditions close in its ancient markets, fishing villages and numerous shrines and temples.

The skyscrapers are many, the restaurants are world-renowned and the shops are dazzling, but there’s more to this cosmopolitan city than first meets the eye. Hong Kong is one of the most exciting cities in the Far East, and a visit here promises to be an unforgettable experience.

With its brightly lit megamalls, chic boutiques and profusion of bustling street markets, Hong Kong is the ultimate stop-over destination for dedicated shoppers. When you’ve browsed all the souvenirs, jewellery and clothes at the Night Market on Temple Street or the well-known Stanley Market, you can then stop for lunch and enjoy some of the finest Chinese food around.

Take the Peak Tram – the world’s steepest funicular railroad – up to Victoria Peak for marvelous views over the city. For a different perspective, take a cruise across the harbour to soak up Hong Kong’s famous skyline.

Venture away from the bright lights to discover the stunning scenery, religious treasures and traditional villages that lie beyond the city. Hong Kong’s outer islands allure with emerald green peaks, glorious beaches and plenty of trekking opportunities for the adventurous.

These are just a few ideas about what you could get up to on your trip. Speak to any of our experts to add Hong Kong to your luxury, tailor-made itinerary.

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