Many people choose China as the destination of their vacations every year, but with so many cities and many of the most famous tourist attractions and attractions scattered throughout the country, it can be very difficult to know where to visit first.
It is one of the largest cities in China and is located on the southeast coast of the country. It really is a great place to start your tour of China and it is certainly a place not to be missed during your holidays in the country. Hong Kong is excellent to visit throughout the year, with almost 80% of the rainfall that appears in August, which makes May-August the wettest time to visit.
When it comes to finding accommodation in Hong Kong, you really have many options, considering how big and compact the city is, you will never be far from the central sites and sounds or the main attractions. Public transport is very cheap and very accessible, so getting around the city is very easy. Most of the hotels in the city are located in the harbor district and many new tourist complexes are being built to serve the swarms of growing tourists.
The city is made up of five districts; Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, New Territories, Lantou and the outlying islands. Most visitors will enter Hong Kong through its international airport, also known as Chep Lap Kok (named after the island on which it was built). Those who take internal flights or excursions around the country will often use the Shenzhen International Airport to depart, since flying to mainland China from Hong Kong is considered an international flight.
When exploring Hong Kong, it is advisable to invest in an Octopus card, these cards are accepted by many different sources and companies, such as the public transportation system and many convenience stores. These contactless debit cards are invaluable and can be worth up to $ 1000 and are very useful when traveling around the city.
Throughout the city you will find many different attractions to keep your whole family entertained, such as Disney Land, numerous museums and a large number of festivals that take place throughout the year.