Hong Kong, Asia's most astounding and perhaps busiest city enthrals one and all with its glamour and glitz. Simply traversing the city by mass transit railway, buses, and taxis or stepping on the world's longest escalator is an experience in itself. Holidays to Hong Kong ensure stupendous times The destination is both a shopper's paradise and a gourmet's delight - an endless range of electronic goods and gourmet cuisines spoil for choice.
Get some serious retail therapy at bargain shops or posh departmental stores. The city regales its visitors with a flood of food options spanning cheap street fare as well as hip restaurants.
Do not miss the noodles and cha (tea) as the unique local flavour cannot found anywhere else. Nightlife in Hong Kong electrifies to say the least. Go on a heritage tour to catch a view of man mo temple, Kowloon’s walled city, or behold ancient Chinese art adorning the Hong Kong museum of art. Luxury holidays to Hong Kong are as famed for their uniqueness as for their diversity in its myriad attractions.
Victoria PeakThe Victoria Peak, a marvelous colonial era hill station is a major highlight of holidays to hong kong. Besides feasting one's eyes on some of the most rewarding views of Hong Kong, there is ample scope for shopping as well at the peak galleria-shopping arcade here.
Statue SquareA legendary attraction drawing most travelers going on luxury Hong Kong holidays, the statue square is home to some of the most famous buildings in the country including the international finance centre. This building has graced the super hit movies ‘tomb raider ii' and ‘the dark knight'.
Times SquareThose with a shopping mania should book their hong kong hotels in the vicinity of times square. Housing as many as nine floors, this mammoth structure is the place to splurge away on a mind boggling array of goodies. It is a popular attraction for luxury holidaymakers in Hong Kong.
Mid-Levels EscalatorMany travelers booking their hotels in Hong Kong spend some time on the Mid-Levels Escalator. Being the world's longest escalator at a length of some 800m, This is perhaps the best place in Hong Kong for taking in majestic views of the pristine Soho district.