Welcome to Hong Kong
|Hong Kong is made up of four parts namely Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories and the Outlying Islands. Hong Kong has a population of 6.9 million people. 95% of its population is of chinese descent where majority are Cantonese. The people believe 'time is money' and therefore, they work very hard for better life. Nevertheless, they still uphold their traditional beliefs.
National language are Chinese and English where English is only widely used in the Government and business sectors.
Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with four seasons.
January to March : Cool temperature ranges from 10 to 25 degrees celsius
March to May : Temperature ranges from 20 to 30 degrees celsius
May to September : Temperature ranges from 25 to 35 degrees celsius
October to December : Temperature ranges from 18 to 26 degrees celsius
The currency of "Hong Kong Dollars (HK$)".
PLACES OF INTEREST
Hong Kong Island is a recreational area where natural beauty of the sea shore and bays, including the famous Repulse Bay and Ocean Park can be seen.
Shopping malls are widely distributed in districts of Hong Kong.
- Ocean Park is a fun-filled Theme Park and Aquariums suitable both for children and adult. It gives fun and educational value.
- The Peak is the most popular attractions in Hong Kong island. You can take a peak tram to view the most beautiful night scenes in the world.
- Aberdeen is a floating village where hundreds of people live in a tradional lifestyle. You may take a sampan to visit this fishing village.
- Hong Kong Disney Land is fantastic and magical journey you will ever discover. Enjoy a funfilled moment with Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty,
Lion King, Winnie the Pooh, Mickey Mouse and much more cartoons characters.
- Wong Tai Sin Temple is a worship place for all three religions of China namely Buddhism, Confucianism and Toaism.
- Ladies Street is the most famous shopping area in Mong Kok where they sell cheap and trendy clothings, leather products, shoes, etc.
Large variety of food from both from local and western are easily available from restaurants, tea houses and street-houses.
Tradional Hong Kong cuisine is a must to try. 'Tim Sum' and chinese tea are the most popular in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong has few natural resources but it is one of the busiest port in the world and a world class financial and business centre.
Hong Kong is the world's top exporters of clocks, watches, garments and electronic products.