About Hong Kong
The capital of Hong Kong is in the city of Victoria. It has
four climate seasons of the spring, fall, summer and winter. Hong Kong is a
year round travel destination, while the summers are generally hot and humid,
the winters are cool and dry, and its peak travel time is during the autumn
months of September to December, when the weather is pleasant and ideal for
exploring outdoor activities. Hong Kong is a multicultural country with a mix
of different religions (Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Christians) and home to
three major ethnic groups with the largest being the Chinese. Cantonese and
English is the official language spoken here. The local cuisine plays an
important role in the lives of the people here, its popular dishes include;
rice, noodles, chicken feet, shrimp dumplings and roast goose.
The Hong Kong International Airport serves as the major hub
airport offering direct flights to Hong Kong from anywhere in the world. For
getting around the cities, you can use the buses, taxis, car rentals, trains,
ferries, trams and even bicycles. Hong Kong is the one of the safest places for
travelers to visit, however, petty crimes do occur, especially in crowded areas
and it is recommended that travelers stay cautious always.
Hong Kong is a beautiful country and offers different charms
from its colorful festivals to exciting events. Some of these festivals and
events you can attend whenever you are in Hong Kong are; the Hong Kong
Marathon, Chinese New Year, Hong Kong Arts Festival, Spring Lantern Festival,
Hong Kong International Film Festival, Hong Kong WinterFest and Hong Kong
Dragon Boat Festival.
Hong Kong is a fantastic destination, home to a wealth of
incredible attractions. Places of interest you should definitely visit are:
Tricky Eye Museum: this is the only Korean 3D
Museum in Hong Kong and it features a great collection of 3D art pieces,
exhibits and paintings.
International Hobby and Toy Museum: This
exhibits models, toys, science fiction collectibles, movie memorabilia and pop
culture artifacts from around the world.
Hong Kong Museum of Art: this is a fascinating,
strange and elusive place exhibiting Chinese ceramics, terracotta, rhinoceros
horn, Chinese paintings and contemporary art by local artists in Hong Kong.
Disneyland Resort: this resort features a Disneyland park, 2 resort hotels and
a lake recreation centre.
over 10,000 hotels and apartments to stay in Hong Kong, so you will be spoiled for choice
especially when in Victoria.