Hong Kong Flights GuideHong Kong is hilly and mountainous. Take a cable car to Victoria Peak and be dazzled by the panoramic views of the Hong Kong skyline. Hong Kong is renowned for its food, more specifically, dim sum, or Cantonese brunch, with waiters rolling carts from table to table with small plates of food. Temple Street Night Market is a must for those who love to eat at night and love a friendly atmosphere.
You can take a ferry or a helicopter from Hong Kong to Macau, opposite of Hong Kong on the Pearl River. You can drive, take the bus or the subway to ShenZhen but be sure to have your passport and a valid visa to enter China.
Hong Kong's climate is subtropical. Summers are hot and humid with occasional rainfall, though it is subject to typhoons. Winters are mild with strong cool winds from the north. Temperatures are comfortable during the spring and fall, when it's sunny and dry.The best time to visit Hong Kong is mid-October to December. The short spring, after Chinese New Year, is also a cheaper time to visit. Whenever you decide to visit, if you want to save money, make sure to avoid the national holidays, some dates vary from year to year, so plan ahead.
Fly to Hong Kong from these popular routes with great prices.
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