Renowned for its picturesque skyline, fascinating history & culture, delicious eats, and exciting nightlife, Hong Kong is a must-visit destination for any traveler! Whether you’re looking for adventures in the city or exploring nature reserves and surrounding islands, you’ll never run out of things to do in Hong Kong. Discover Hong Kong’s best attractions and destinations with this travel guide!

The harbor city of Hong Kong is renowned for its spectacular skylines and scenic views. A typical day in this vibrant city consists of the most amazing dim sum, retail therapy in Mong Kok and a slow stroll along the neon-lit streets when dusk hits. Take a tram up to Hong Kong’s highest point Victoria Peak, fill your bellies along Temple Street Night Market and if you’re bringing the kids, why not spend a magical day at Hong Kong Disneyland? As night falls, make your way to Lan Kwai Fong or Central, home to Asia’s top 50 bars!

When is the Best Time to Visit Hong Kong?


Hong Kong is often busiest during the holiday season, from October to February. For travelers who wish to spend time outdoors and avoid the rainy weather, the ideal time to visit is from March-May.

Hong Kong is an important tourist hub in Asia, and inbound tourism contributed roughly 3.5 percent to the city’s total GDP in the years preceding 2019. Leisure tourism was the main purpose for roughly 60 percent of people visiting the city. Due to its status as a special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China and its close connections to the Chinese mainland, around half of the travelers arriving in Hong Kong every year come from mainland China. Although more than half of these visitors do not stay overnight, they still provide an important revenue stream for the tourism industry.

Recent visitor developments

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the tourism industry in HongKong very hard. Most of the 3.57 million visitors registered in 2020 arrived in January that year, and monthly arrivals have dropped to merely five to ten thousand since February 2020. With travel restrictions being lifted only gradually, it is unlikely that international arrivals will recover to pre-pandemic levels any time soon.

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