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.
Why visit Hong Kong?
Relax, refresh and rejuvenate your body at one of Hong Kong’s luxurious spa hotels
This is the ultimate blend of East with West and old with new
Unsurprisingly, there are plenty of great options for city centre shopping
The island of Lantau contains Hong Kong Disneyland
The fantastic natural scenery found in the New Territories and Lantau can make a lovely change if the city gets too much