Hong Kong has a pleasing atmosphere of colonial architecture and traditions lying alongside a bustling and exciting metropolis with plenty to offer visitors. Areas of heavy urbanisation around Hong Kong's harbours have a pleasing and picturesque backdrop of rural landscapes and misty mountains. International flights to Hong Kong land at Hong Kong International Airport on the small island of Chek Lap Kok .
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Hong Kong is split into five districts, each with something distinct to offer. Its heart is Hong Kong island, home to The Peak with splendid views and some of the most expensive property in the world . Densely populated Kowloon district has a real Asian character while in the New Territories industry sits alongside beautiful country parks. Hong Kong's Disneyland can be found on Lantau Island, near where your cheap flights to Hong Kong land, while the Outlying Islands deliver superb seafood and lazy beach days. While in Hong Kong:
- Head to the observation platform on Victoria Peak
- Gasp at the wonders of the Trick Eye 3D Museum
- Visit quirky museums like Dialogue in the Dark
- Take a boat trip from Lantau Island to spot rare Chinese white dolphins
- Visit Hong Kong's three adventure parks, including Ngong Ping 360 a huge Buddhist themed park
With excellent links from Hong Kong Airport to all parts of the territories you'll soon be at your hotel once your flights to Hong Kong have arrived. Hong Kong has visitor accommodation from the truly deluxe and expensive to great value
guest houses. Start your search for Hong Kong accommodation at hotel in Hong Kong
, booking in advance for the best deals.
To make the most of Hong Kong's rural areas pre-book a rental car ready to pick up when your cheap flights to Hong Kong arrive at the airport. Although Hong Kong Island and Kowloon have very busy roads once you are in the New Territories a rental car comes into its own for exploring the countryside and parks. You'll find great value rental deals at car hire Hong Kong.