Hong Kong has developed from a small fishing village in the 1800s into a dynamic and thrilling 21st century cosmopolitan metropolis. It is a bustling coastal city full of impressive high rises, and a fusion of eastern and western cultures. It proudly proclaims itself to be ‘Asia’s World City’ and remains a key gateway to China.
The size is only 80 Square Kilometers, but it is the heart of Hong Kong. On the Island’s north, from Central to Causeway Bay are the shopping, entertainment and commercial districts. Whereas the Southern District is the backyard of Hong Kong where you can find nice beaches, cafes and markets.
Go beneath Hong Kong’s glamorous surface, beyond its dazzling intensity and into its many neighbourhoods. These neighbourhoods are where you’ll experience Hong Kong in close-up detail. And each is a destination in its own right. Like cities within a city, each has its own culture and personality, shaped over time by fascinating people, communities and stories, as well as rich and varied histories.
Old Town Central: Beneath the stunning skyline of Central, history, arts, food, and culture flourish in one of the city’s oldest and most archetypal neighborhoods. East and West, past and present, traditions and innovation, excitement and tranquillity — this is where Hong Kong’s contrasting attributes coexist, blend and collide. And as a microcosm of the city, it’s a perfect starting point for visitors.
The history-steeped area outlined by Wyndham Street, Caine Road, Possession Street and Queen’s Road Central, with Hollywood Road, one of the first roads built in the colonial era, coursing through the middle. You can follow the five routes in this guide to discover heritage, food, arts and hidden treasures in the warren of streets and alleys. Along the way, you will bear witness to the dramatic transformations that have characterized Central’s short but colorful history and explore a city that is always changing but never detached from its origins.
The Peak is the top attraction of Hong Kong, as it offers one of the best night view in the world! The Peak Tram will take you to The Peak, where you can find the Peak Tower, viewing deck, shopping center, restaurants and exhibition halls etc…
Central has some top high-end shopping malls and it is the CBD of Hong Kong. The high-end shopping malls are The Landmark and Prince’s Building. Pubs and restaurants are located in Lan Kwai Fong and SoHo, and Hollywood Road is the antique street…
Southern District is where Hong Kong people goes on the weekend (if they do not shop!) It has nice beaches such as the Repulse Bay or Deep Water Bay, or the famous Stanley Market and theme park Ocean Park etc…
Best to to visit: Hong Kong has a monsoon-influenced subtropical climate. It is mild for more than half the year. There are mild, relatively dry winters, and hot, humid, and wet summers. The best time to visit Hong Kong is from October to early December, when the weather is sunny, cool, and pleasant.
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