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Hong Kong is a sensory overload in the nicest possible way. Located on China’s south-eastern coast it can, at first, seem a little overwhelming; fluorescent, boisterous and unconditionally crowded. But this is only temporary, and beneath the surface of this hectic hubbub façade you’ll find luxurious hotels and relaxing spas. It offers a unique collision of East and West, full of surprises and constantly keeping you on your toes. Whether you’re after a luxury holiday with spa pampering and other delights or an adventure holiday exploring the city’s enigmatic history, buzzing streetscapes and cultural idiosyncrasies, Hong Kong has much to offer anyone.
Contrary to popular belief, Hong Kong isn’t a city. It’s actually more of a city-state that hangs off the edge of China near the city of Guangzhou.
It is an economic powerhouse – a land of towering skyscrapers and intense hustle and hubbub, perfecting for a luxurious shopping holiday. But Hong Kong has a softer side too; it is made up of hundreds of islands and most are virgin and unspoiled.
The majority of the population is ethnic Chinese, but a lingering culture remains from when Hong Kong was a British overseas territory.
There is a wide variety of things to see and do whilst staying in Hong Kong. Here are some of the highlights, together with some essential information you may need during your holiday.
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