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Hong Kong is a unique city in the world. It is a true mix of cultures in which the western and the eastern combine to give rise to a cosmopolitan environment in which people from all corners of the world live. Although the mother tongue of 88% of the population is Cantonese Chinese, English is the language most used today by people of Hong Kong. All official work is done in both languages and most Hong Kong people also speak English, so language is no barrier in communications.
Climb To Victoria Peak
On the Hong Kong Island, there is a beautiful tram of more than 120 years old that will take you to the top of the highest mountain in Hong Kong, at 522 meters. From above there is a walk around the very nice mountain with spectacular views of the city.
Around Hong Kong, there are several beaches that you will reach after a short bus ride. I remember that I went to Stanley Beach, a medium-sized beach, quiet and beautiful enough. Recommended if you feel like escaping a little from the city. You will arrive there by taking buses 6, 6X, 6A, 66 or 260 from Queensway in front of the Admiralty MTR station. If you want better beaches you will have to look for them in other islands of the New Territories area.
In the Kowloon area you will find the Hong Kong History Museum, the best museum I have seen in Asia. It was established in 1957 and is free to visit. It is the best way to understand what it has been and is Hong Kong.
Hong Kong cuisine is famous around the world. If you come with money you can spend what you want in food since there are even several restaurants with Michelin stars. But you will also enjoy the food in the street, in the small stalls; it is delicious and very cheap. If you go to one of the best night markets in the city, on Temple Street, you will find several restaurants at a good price.
Without a doubt, one of the most recommended times to go to Hong Kong is in the autumn months. This is the perfect time to do it thanks to its climate because in these months you avoid the suffocating summer heat in Hong Kong. Also, the weather in these months is quite predictable, with a few sudden changes in the weather. The blue sky and ideal temperature, you can enjoy your trip to the fullest, being able to be outdoors without the need to go very warm, because with a thin sweater you will be ready to travel its streets. The best season for travelling to Hong Kong coincides with the months of spring, from April to May and in the months of autumn, from September to November.
Since it coincides with the dry season, thus avoiding the rains, in these months Hong Kong gives you its best face. The price of hotels is higher than at any time of the year and flights also suffer some increase.
The Hong Kong International Airport (IATA code: HKG, ICAO code: VHHH ), also known under the name of Chek Lap Kok Airport is one of the most important airports in the Asian continent and worldwide. It is located on Chek Lap Kok Island in Hong Kong Shenzhen airport (37km) Macao airport (Macao) (38km) Zhuhai airport (66km)
Country/State: Hong Kong
Population: 7.5 million (according to the report in 2018)
Currency: Hong Kong Dollar
Language: English & Chinese are the official languages of Hong Kong