Long considered one of the premier global destinations for business, luxury shopping, and fine cuisine, Hong Kong retains its reputation as a thriving hub for commerce and culture.
Over the years it's has exported visions of its past and modernity through an influential cinematic tradition that built up the careers of international superstars like Jackie Chan. Visitors will encounter a bedazzling confluence of entertainment and activities sure to keep them asking for more.
Made up of a peninsula, six large islands, and several smaller ones, Hong Kong has a huge population density with over 7.5 million people living in its 1,108 square kilometers. Prepare to be energized by the city’s many offerings, be they hunting for bargains, tracking down the best noodle shops or looking for top entertainment. Neighborhoods to traverse include Central which is home both to massive corporate buildings and hip galleries and restaurants, SoHo and its mass of comedy clubs, bars and cafes, the artsy district of Wan Chai, the amazing Temple Street Night Market with its after-hours diversions, and the Mid-Levels which offer stunning views from its higher elevation.