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As visitors take in the recognizable skyline of Hong Kong, it will be hard for them to believe that over 70% of Hong Kong’s landscape is made up of mountain ranges and parks. In a city that is active around the clock, exploring deserted islands or quiet parks is a welcome reprieve from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Hong Kong is a shopper’s paradise, but one question remains: how do you want to shop? Do you prefer personalized service in high-end shops or bartering at local markets? Bespoke items rest against vintage items and every other want imaginable. Hong Kong has no sales tax which allows dollars to go farther.
Hong Kong is a unique mix of rapid commercial development married with a rich, traditional cultural influence. Visitors can use a jet charter airport in Hong Kong to gain access to it all. Sleek modern galleries can be visited in the morning and an outdoor Chinese opera enjoyed in the afternoon.
If visitors crave a quieter pace, the 34-meter-high “Big Buddha” at Po Lin monastery on Lantau Island is a lush respite that is surrounded by ocean views. Dragon’s Back Hike also offers resplendent views with waterfalls creating the soundtrack for the easy-to-manage hike.
Hong Kong does not disappoint when it comes to food options. Lan Kwai Fong is dotted with popular eateries and hole-in-the-wall stands that sell decadent egg tarts and savoury wonton noodles. Dim sum, a meal of bite-size dishes, can be found everywhere. Try Lin Heung Teahouse for a traditional experience, or Yan Toh Heen for something more upscale.