Hong Kong

With its iconic city skyscrapers overlooking Victoria Bay, Hong Kong is China at its most modern and sophisticated. Its bustling streets are lined with designer boutiques, while it has made its mark as one of the world’s largest financial hubs. Ride the funicular tram up to Victoria Peak for sweeping panoramas, hop aboard the Star Ferry to explore the pulsing streets of Kowloon, and soak up the Portuguese architecture and history amidst the bright casino lights of Macau.

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The electricity in Hong Kong is 220 volts, 50 cycles/sec. They accommodate both flat prongs (like in the U.S. and Japan) and round prongs (like much of…

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Credit Cards – Major credit cards are widely accepted in Hong Kong, but be sure to ask first at small shops and restaurants. You may also…

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Water from government mains satisfies WHO standards, but most locals don't drink water straight from the tap. Expect to pay HK$10 to HK$20 for a 1½-liter…

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Subtropical Hong Kong has four distinguishable seasons – warm and humid spring, hot and rainy summer, pleasant and sunny autumn, cool and dry winter. On…

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DRIVING – Driving in Hong Kong is on the left hand side of the road. – Speed Limits – The standard speeds are…

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Please consult your health-care provider 4-6 weeks prior to travel to ensure you are receiving all required vaccinations, and that the medication has enough…

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Hong Kong is safe in general. We recommend normal precautions be taken as you would for any city in the world. Be aware of your surroundings and stay in…

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS – ake copies of all your important documents such as passports, driver’s licenses, credit cards, etc. Keep copies…

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Language: – Chinese (in the de facto standard of Cantonese) and English are the official languages in Hong Kong. As the majority of the…

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