HONG KONG HOLIDAYS > CHINA
Hong Kong Breaks.
Districts in Hong Kong: Central and Western, Eastern Hong Kong, Hong Kong Islands, Kowloon City, Kwai Tsing, Kwun Tong, North Hong
Kong, Sai Kung, Sham Shui Po, Sha Tin, Southern Hong Kong, Tai Po, Tsuen Wan, Tuen Mun, Wan Chai, Wong Tai Sin, Yau Tsim Mong, Yuen Long.
Causeway Bay, Happy Valley, Mong Kok, North Point,
Tsimshatsui, Wan Cahi, Yau Ma Tei
Hong Kong is a special Administrative Regions of the People's Republic of China.
Consisting of a small peninsula attached to China's southern
coast and 236 islands in the South China Sea, of which Hong Kong Island is the second largest and Lantau the largest.
Capital City Hong Kong : Victoria
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Hotels in Hong Kong
Hotels in Hong Kong - Hotel Guide Hong Kong
Hotels in Hong Kong, Kowloon, New Tung Chung Hang, Mui Wo Kau Tsuen, Fu Tei Wan, Kowloon City, Tsuen Wan, Aberdeen.
Novotel Citygate Hong Kong ****, 51 Man Tung Road, Tung Chung
The 440-room Novotel Citygate Hong Kong is located in the centre of Tung Chung with the most
comprehensive transport infrastructure, with only 5-min drive from Airport and 2-min walk from MTR station.
The hotel is in close proximity to AsiaWorld-Expo, Hong Kong Disneyland, Ngong Ping 360 Skyrail terminal and adjacent to Citygate shopping mall.
- look for hotels in Hong Kong
Centrally located hotels ranging from small family run budget accommodation to world-class five star hotels.
Travel Companies / Tour Operators
- Type of holidays : Family holidays & Spa.
Hong Kong highlights :
** The food - with an incredible 9,000 restaurants to choose from, this is a dining mecca and the capital of Cantonese cooking, considered the finest of all Chinese regional cuisines.
** The events - Hong Kong hosts a full calendar of spectacular events, including Winterfest, Chinese New Year and the Hungry Ghosts Festival. Plan your visit around one.
** The fresh air! Areas of extraordinary beauty, home to exotic and rare flora and fauna, lie just beyond the skyscrapers.
** The shopping - Hong Kong offers the most incredible contrast of shopping experiences, from bustling
oriental markets to ultra-modern malls, selling everything from ancient Chinese medicine to video iPods.
British Airways - Holidays in Hong Kong
Take a Hong Kong holiday for Central's mirrored skyscrapers and traditional Chinese street markets in
Kennedy Town. On holiday, relax in Hong Kong Park surrounded by birdlife, flowers and Admiralty's tower
-blocks. Dine on Hong Kong's specialities, then enjoy Hong Kong's never-say-sleep nightlife.
Hotels, City breaks, Spa hotels, Shopping trips, Luxury holidays.
Offering pre-bookable Hong Kong Attractions, Experiences and Activities.
Travel Guides Hong Kong / Related books
DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide: Hong Kong
"DK Eyewitness Top 10 Hong Kong" travel guide will lead you straight to the best attractions Hong Kong has
to offer. Whether you're looking for the liveliest night-life in Hong Kong, wish to view the amazing Hong Kong
skyline or discover Hong Kong's unmissable museums and modernist architecture; this pocket-sized travel
guide is packed with essential information for every corner of the city, whatever your budget.There are
dozens of Top 10 lists; including the Top 10 ways to experience the real China, Hong Kong's Top 10 most
thrilling festivals, the Top 10 greatest modernist buildings in Hong Kong and the Top 10 best places to shop.
"The Top 10 Hong Kong" travel guide is packed with over 350 beautiful illustrations, photographs and detailed
cutaways of the greatest Hong Kong attractions with reviews and recommendations of Hong Kong's best
hotels, bars and clubs- and includes a free pull-out Hong Kong map which will ensure you won't miss a thing! This is your guide to the Top 10 best of everything in Hong Kong.
Paperback: 160 pages; Publisher: Dorling Kindersley (1 May 2009); ISBN-10: 1405339748; ISBN-13: 978-1405339742.
Hong Kong (Lonely Planet Encounter Guide)
Paperback: 216 pages; Publisher: Lonely Planet Publications; 2nd Revised edition edition (1 Mar 2009); ISBN-10: 1741048796; ISBN-13: 978-1741048797.
Hong Kong Insight City Guide
Insight Guides (Author, Editor)
...Hong Kong's top attractions are identified to help you plan your trip and a 'Best of' section highlights the
most unique experiences Hong Kong has to offer, along with personal recommendations on what to see and
do whilst there. Editor's top tips reveal lesser-known sights, best festivals, best walks, best family activities
plus money-saving hints. A comprehensive 'Travel Tips' section details transport, accommodation for all
budgets, shopping and other activities to ensure you make the most of your time in Hong Kong. A dedicated
'Restaurants & Bars' section identifies the best eateries to suit all budgets within each area, giving the
address, phone number, opening times and price range, followed by a useful review....
Paperback: 320 pages; Publisher: APA Publications Pte Ltd; 11 edition (18 Feb 2009); ISBN-10: 9812820108;
Transport / How do I travel to Hong Kong
Hong Kong International Airport [ Chep Lap Kok Airport ]
Book cheap flights to Hong Kong at ebookers and benefit from discounted airfares. View their latest offers and book your flights, accommodation, car hire and insurance online
British Airways - Flight tickets Hong Kong
Airline Tickets Hong Kong / Bargain Flights
City Bus - bus services
Kowloon Motor Bus - bus services
MTR - Metro Hong Kong
New World First Ferry Services Ltd. - Hong Kong ferry services
Map of China [ Uni Texas - Perry-Castaņeda Library - Map Collection ]
Discover Hong Kong - Hong Kong Tourism Board
Government - Hong Kong SAR Government Information Centre
Victoria - Capital City of Hong Kong
Victoria City is technically the capital of Hong Kong, however, the name is rarely used today. The City of
Victoria was one of the first British urban settlements in Hong Kong. It was located in present-day Central area.
Ocean Park Hongkong
The Peak area, covering the Peak, Victoria Gap, Mount Kellet, Jardine's Corner, Mount Gough, Plantation Road, is the place where the richest members of the former colony live.
Victoria Peak - The Peak - High above Hong Kong Island on the 'back of the Dragon'
Catch the most stunning vistas you can imagine: Soaring skyscrapers, ships at sea, distant islands,
shimmering waters, the dense urban areas and far away green hills. You'll see it all at Hong Kong's signature tourist spot, The Peak, the attraction most visited by visitors.
Getting to The Peak is half the fun when you take the Peak Tram. It climbs to 373 metres in just seven minutes. There's no other trip like it!
Wong Tai Sin Temple
Bank - Bank of China Hong Kong - houses in a huge skyscraper in Hong Kong
It was designed by architect I. M. Pei. The building is 315 meters high with two masts reaching 369 meters
(1209 feet) high. The 70 storey building was built in 1989 and is located between Admiralty, Hong Kong and Central, Hong Kong.
Magazine Hong Kong - HK Magazine
News from Hong Kong - South China Morning Post
News - The Standard - China's Business Newspaper
Radio & TV Hong Kong - RTHK - Radio and Television Hong Kong - live radio
University of Hong Kong - City University of Hong Kong
Universiry - Chinese University of Hong Kong
University - Open University of Hong Kong
South China Morning Post
The Standard - China's Business Newspaper
Cuisine - Chinese Cooking
Cantonese cuisine can be characterized by the use of very mild and simple spices in combination. Ginger,
spring onion, sugar, salt, soy (soya) sauce, rice wine, corn starch and oil are sufficient for most Cantonese cooking.
Info on Elements of Cooking [ Spices, Freshness, Seafood, Soup, Preserved food ] and Sample Dishes
History of Hong Kong
Occupied by United Kingdom during the First Opium War in 1841, Hong Kong Island was formally ceded by
China the following year under the Treaty of Nanking. Parts of the adjacent Kowloon Peninsula (south of
Boundary Street, and the Stonecutter's Island) were ceded to Britain in 1860 by the Convention of Peking
after the Second Opium War. Various adjacent lands, known as the New Territories (including New Kowloon) were then leased to Britain for 99 years (from July 1, 1898 to June 30, 1997).
Hong Kong's History - Wikipedia
Early history of Hong Kong, Imperial China, First contacts with the West and Hong Kong during the Ming and
Qing dynasties, British colony, World War II, Post-War period, Transition Hong Kong to Chinese rule, Hong Kong since 1997
Anglo-China: Chinese People and British Rule in Hong Kong - Christopher Munn
This is a study of the first three decades of British rule in Hong Kong. It focuses on the troubled and
controversial process of establishing a British colony at Hong Kong and on the reception of British rule by
people in the region. This neglected period in Hong Kong's history demands a fresh examination, not only
because these were years crowded with events and controversies, but also because they saw the working out of a lasting relationship between the colonial government and the Chinese population.
Hardcover 460 pages (October 12, 2001); Publisher: RoutledgeCurzon; Language: English; ISBN: 0700712984
Antiquities and Monuments Museum
All over Hong Kong, there are relics of human activities spanning some 6,000 years, ranging from
archaeological sites containing pottery and stone implements of the prehistoric era to the splendid traditional buildings of Chinese and Western styles of more recent times
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Hong Kong Museum of History - see also related links
The scope of the Museum's collections covers the areas of archaeology, local history, ethnography and
natural history, forming the most important archives of objects relating to Hong Kong's history and heritage in the world.
Music, Art & Culture, Events in Hong Kong
Music of Hong Kong [ eclectic mixture of traditional and popular genres ]
Ttraditional Chinese art form, involving music, singing, martial arts, acrobatics, and acting with a HK sauce. Plots are mostly based on Chinese history and famous Chinese classics and myths.
Cantopop [ Chinese pop music, influenced by variety of international styles ]
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
established in 1895 as an amateur orchestra, under the name Sino-British Orchestra, it was renamed the
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra in 1957, and became a professional orchestra in 1974. See also Youtube - HKPhilharmonic.
Culture of Hong Kong
Chinese University of Hong Kong - Art Museum
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