Useful Information

How to get there
Hong Kong is a key aviation hub in Asia; it is served by more than 80 airlines providing connections to major cities throughout the world. Your gateway starts from the city's 24-hour Hong Kong International Airport, consistently being ranked among the best airports in the world. Our sophisticated airport is well connected to our neighboring city Macau by high speed ferry and the Pearl River Delta by deluxe and frequent coaches.
What to wear
Hong Kong lies just south of the Tropic of Cancer; Hong Kong has a humid subtropical climate. Summer is hot and humid with occasional showers and thunderstorms. Winters are mild and usually sunny, with cooling winds from the north. The most temperate seasons is spring, which can be changeable, and autumn, which are generally sunny and dry.
What to eat
Hong Kong is renowned as a gourmet paradise; where East meets West cuisines flourish in this tiny city. You can choose to enjoy the “Hong Kong Style” canteen; road side local delicacies, Chinese dishes from various Mainland provinces, classy French restaurants, spicy Indian food to Middle Eastern cuisines.
Where to eat

Choices for dining venues in Hong Kong are plentiful. Whether it is in-house or off-site, the preference of the client comes first. You may dine on Victoria Peak with stunning harbour views, enjoy a horse racing event in a private box or savour a meal at one of many Michelin starred restaurants.

Year 2016

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

June

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Average Temp (℃)

16

16

18

24

27

30

30

28

28

27

22

20

Total Rainfall (mm)

267

25

149

211

234

347

176

533

323

624

131

7

Relative Humidity (%)

83%

74%

84%

89%

83%

82%

79%

84%

79%

80%

79%

70%

 

Where to stay
As a “City of Asia”, Hong Kong offers a wide range of accommodation, from youth hostels to the most luxurious five star hotels. Visitors can pick their favourite accommodation within their budget, from local brands to international chains, from downtown to fringe of the city. The demands of rooms are high but there are many new hotels opening thus providing a great variety of choice and availability of accommodation. Just be aware of the high demand during trade fair period in April and October. Most of the superior and deluxe hotels are well equipped with modern meeting facilities as well as very popular meeting widgets. WiFi is now a common feature in most of the international hotel chains for the benefit of their guests.
Where to shop
Hong Kong offers a unique shopping experience for you. From glitzy malls to funky street markets to trendy boutiques, to traditional Chinese product stores and themed shopping districts. Here you can find everything from the latest designer fashions, electronic gadgets to best-value antiques and collectibles. Here in Hong Kong you really can shop until you drop!
What's going on

Hong Kong is a country which is steeped with tradition. Come and join us in the celebrations of the festivals which run throughout the year. These festival dates will reflect the demand of accommodation and their relative prices.  Please find below a list of the major holidays/ festivals for 2018.  Feel welcome to join us during the festivals.

Date (2018)

Festival

01 Jan

The first day of January

16 Feb

Lunar New Year’s Day (Chinese New Year Festival)

17 Feb

The second day of Lunar New Year (Chinese New Year Festival)

19 Feb

The fourth day of Lunar New Year (Chinese New Year Festival)

30 Mar

Good Friday

31 Mar

The day following Good Friday

02 Apr

Easter Monday

04 Apr

Ching Ming Festival 

01 May

 Labour Day

22 May

The Birthday of the Buddha (Cheung Chau Bun Festival)

18 Jun

Tuen Ng Festival (Dragon Boat Festival)

01 Jul

Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day

24 Sep

 Mid-Autumn Festival  (Lantern Festival)

01 Oct National Day

17 Oct

Chung Yeung Festival

25 Dec

 Christmas Day

26 Dec

Boxing Day

 




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