Hong Kong Hotels
A buzzing hub of people and culture, Hong Kong is often described as being the meeting point of East and West, thanks to its past as a British colony. Now one of the world’s most important economies, the city is full of fascinating and impressive contemporary architecture and skyscrapers, and a stay in a cheap hotel in Hong Kong is the ideal way to see the wonders of this incredible destination.
Perhaps the best way to experience the full scope of Hong Kong is by taking in the view from Victoria Peak. The largest mountain in the area, you can catch a tram to the peak, and admire the grand 19th century houses, or the gourmet dining at one of Victoria Peak’s restaurants; we love the meeting of old and new Chinese cuisine at Tien Yi.
Hong Kong has earned itself the nickname “shopping paradise” for its long history as a trading port, and for its mix of traditional markets and fashionable flagship stores. Cat Street is the place to go for antiques and local crafts, while at Causeway Bay you’ll find brands like Vivienne Westwood and Alexander McQueen, and with the city’s low tax rate you can use the money you’ve saved by booking into a cheap hotel in Hong Kong to pick up some real bargains.
Bright Lights and wild nights
Hong Kong might look like an ultra-modern city, but there’s still a real sense of cultural identity among its people. Cantonese opera started to emerge in Hong Kong in the 1950s, and its magnificent and moving combination of music, theatre, martial arts and acrobatics can be seen at the landmark Sunbeam Theatre.
Throughout the year, a number of traditional Chinese festivals are held in Hong Kong, including the spectacular Dragon Boat Festival, where elaborately decorated rowboats are raced around the city’s waterways, and with the New Year festivities taking over the city for 15 days, a stay at a hotel in Hong Kong is a must for experiencing the exciting parades, delicious foods and firework displays.
Or, for something a bit more uniquely Hong Kong, check out the Symphony of Lights, where lights and lasers illuminate the buildings of Victoria Harbour every night. This impressive display has been certified by the Guinness World Records as the world’s largest permanent sound and light show.
Found on an island where the Pearl River meets the South China Sea, it’s easy to escape bustling central Hong Kong for the tranquillity of spots like the South Bay Beach and Big Wave Bay, and among the diverse selection of Hong Kong hotels are a number of relaxing beachfront resorts. It’s also worth investigating Hong Kong’s neighbouring island, as each has its own character, and by catching a ferry from the city’s harbour, you can see sights like the turtles nesting on Lamma island, and the glitzy casinos of Macau.
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