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Hong Kong, also known as “Asia’s World City”, combines East and West, ancient and modern, and makes for a fascinating visit. The legacy of British colonialists is noticeable in the surprising number of people who speak good English here, as well as in the Western street names and availability of Western food. These features make it easy for English-speakers and other Westerners to touch base with Chinese culture – because, although Hong Kong is in many ways separate from the rest of China, with its own set of laws and own currency, the old Chinese traditions and modern Chinese culture are felt strongly here too.
Hong Kong is a major urban centre and a densely populated hub of economic activity, with cultured and educated inhabitants. And it is certainly a modern city: look no further than the skyline, studded with the tops of skyscraper after skyscraper.
But Hong Kong is more than its shopping centres, lively districts of bars and clubs, art galleries and museums; it also boasts large green parks and secluded beaches. In fact, you’re never too far from the quiet of the countryside which can provide a welcome contrast to the chaotic excitement of somewhere like the street markets of Mong Kok, which, according to the Guinness Book of Records, is the most densely populated district in the world.
On the mainland is Kowloon, where you can get acquainted with Chinese art, old and new, at the Hong Kong Museum of Art; or else head down to the bustling shopping district of Tsim Sha Tsui where you can also enjoy amazing panoramic views of Hong Kong Island's skyline.
When you're ready to move on, take the Star Ferry to Hong Kong Island. Have a ride on the world’s longest escalator system into the trendy Soho district and browse the antique shops, before checking out the party scene in the Lan Kwai Fong district.
The surrounding countryside is graced with a large number of country parks, which make for great day trips. There are also traditional towns that offer a stark contrast to the metropolitan areas. The fishing town of Sai Kung is a great place to sample some local seafood after a long day of excursions.
The public transport system in Hong Kong is very reasonably priced and extremely user-friendly. Take your pick of double-decker buses, slow but cheap trams, buses and the MTR metro service.
Located directly at Hong Kong airport, this hotel is 18 km (11 miles) from Hong Kong Disneyland, and 35.3 km (22 miles) from the Hong Kong city center.
Located in the city centre, this contemporary business hotel is in the Golden Mile shopping district, close to the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, and directly connected to Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station.
Located in Mong Kok, this guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of Langham Place Mall, Mong Kok Computer Centre, and Ladies' Market. Jade Market and Flower Market are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Hong Kong's famous Ladies' Market and Nathan Road are a 10-minute walk from this hotel in Kowloon's bustling Mongkok area. The Temple Street Night Market, Jade Market, and Yuen Po Street Bird Garden are within 2 km.
Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, this guesthouse is steps from iSQUARE, Nathan Road Shopping District, and K11 Shopping Mall. Kowloon Mosque and Islamic Centre and Hong Kong Space Museum are also within 5 minutes.
Located in Central, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Western Market, Hong Kong - Macau Ferry Terminal, and Man Mo Temple. Soho and International Finance Centre are also within 15 minutes.
Situated in the heart of the city of Mongkok, the 11-story hotel sits atop the MTR Mongkok East Station and is 35 minutes by rail from mainland China.
Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, this hotel is steps from K11 Shopping Mall and Nathan Road Shopping District. The One and Avenue of Stars are also within 10 minutes.