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Hong Kong, a former British territory, is one of the most densely populated places in China and in the world. You’ll find quiet neighborhoods full of temples and a dazzling skyline loaded with shopping and dining opportunities.

Your Hong Kong tour must include visits to the many religious sites scattered around the city, where incense wafts from shrines and monasteries take over entire hillsides. You’ll have a marvelous time shopping in tax-free Hong Kong, where you’ll be able to find clothing, jewelry, furniture, and everything else under the sun.

Don’t forget about Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, which overlooks the stunning Victoria Harbor. From there, your Hong Kong sightseeing may detour to Central, the city’s main business district, which looks like something out of a sci-fi film. The observation deck atop the International Commerce Centre will show you fantastic views of the city.

Hong Kong isn’t all cityscape, of course; there are many gardens, parks, and other green spaces for you to explore. You’ll also find beaches, national parks, and quiet islands for you to indulge in natural beauty and serenity. This city truly has everything.

Visit our Hong Kong travel guide page for more information or to plan your next vacation!

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  1. I miss Hong Kong soooo damn much… I grew up in Hong Kong and now i live in Germany which is so boring

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  2. Going there this December!!!
    Any idea how many days the above itinerary would take?
    I will be there for 7 days, I'm hoping that will be long enough to do all of it!

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  3. how can I find the background music? I really love it

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  4. Beautiful video and nice narration. Thanks for posting!

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  5. 852,852 views

    how HK it can ever be :)

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  6. ooh kong…chi doluri i panza!

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  7. ooOOH Kong chi dolur'i panzaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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  8. Hong Kong is very nice !!!

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  9. falta gravar las ciudades de pekin , shanghai ,guanzou y macao

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  10. Any idea what music is used in the beginning?

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  11. Hongkongese were poor farmers from China.
    Before UK ruled hongkong, Hongkongese (hongki) still poo on the streets.

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  12. so many run-down apartments…looks like a slum.  I guess Hong kong didn't redevelop much such as Shanghai.

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  13. I'm going to Hong Kong next week!

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  14. Just want to point out that even though there are a lot of churches and temples, HK is overwhelmingly irreligious.

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  15. Best city in the world!

    Most skyscrapers in the world, best infrastructure in the world, one of the best cities for secondary and higher education, one of the best in terms of GDP per capita, one of the biggest economies, one of the biggest stock exchange, one of the most exchanged currencies, one of the least corrupt place, one of the safest places, one of the best airports, one of the best theme parks, one of the best airlines. 75% green, merging colonial, Chinese, and local buildings.

    Most visited city in the world.

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  16. Stunning! Hong Kong is in my top three Asian places I want to visit in my lifetime.

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  17. wow beautiful hongkong! i wish i could visit hk. are the people of hongkong rude like those from china?

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  18. is hong kong good for living ?

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  19. I was checking Hong Kong cause we're gonna go there next..but I really want japan.

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  20. Tokyo and Hong Kong is like NYC of Asia

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  21. The Swastika is originally an Indian Hindu symbol. Buddhism also uses it. Hitler took it on way after.

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  22. I just came back from Hong Kong. It is very awesome.

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  23. This has just made us ten times more excited to go to Hong Kong!! It's the next stop on our tour of Asia!

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  24. have you ever been to INDIA ….????

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  25. Your soothing voice + great background music really wanna makes me wanna go there! Will be watching other similar videos very fun to watch! I just imagine myself there for now haha

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  26. I was hoping the narator has the Hong Kong Accent XD

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  27. next year I'm gonna go to china

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  28. hk is a really great place

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  29. Lot of Hong Kong Returnee. The Hong Kong city is so beautiful….

    NYC less hong kong people. Sold their stores to mandarin. Been there… :p

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  30. Been here, Visited all these places ❤ Hong Kong is paradise on Earth!

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  31. I lived there forty years ago! I cannot recognise it now, only the star ferry ?

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  32. OMG i love this city! I'm visiting this on summer
    Mitch from San Francisco

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  33. Hong Kong is amazing and great. Best place

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  34. I will go to Hong Kong this week.

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  35. Some people won't agree with me at all, but for me Hong Kong reminds me of Rio de Janeiro because of some similarities, I mean the hills and mountains covered up by tropical vegetation surrounding the skycrappers but also the nearby sea and islands pretty similar to RJ's outskirt coasta verde (Ilha Grande) and Guanabara bay. And if you look on a map, you'll realise that geographically HK is RJ's opposite in terms of position. HK faces the Tropic of Cancer (separeted distance of 128 km) while RJ faces the Capricorn one (60 km of seperation distance). RJ is in the southern hemispherewhile HK is in the northern one.

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  36. Can u pls do
    New Delhi , India travel guide?

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  37. you should do Amritsar, Punjab, India!!!!

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