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Highlights in Hong Kong
- Markets and shopping, Beaches
- Modern metropolis
- Cat Street
- The Ten Thousand Buddhas
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Hong Kong
The city of Hong Kong is divided by Victoria Harbour into three different parts. Hong Kong Island is the modern area where most visitors spend their holidays time. Kowloon is the city centre and Tsim Sha Tsui is considered to be Downtown Hong Kong therefore it is an ideal area to stay if you visit the city for the first time. Causeway Bay is ideal for families, shopping and luxury. New Territories is the area where mostly locals live. You can also find some holiday rentals here to get a sense of traditional Chinese life.Modern and urban stays in the heart of Hong Kong
Large and modern holiday rental for groups of 10, 12 or even 14 people quite close to the beach. Additional amenities such as jacuzzi or sauna are also available in some properties. If you wish to travel with your pets, look for those holiday rentals that allow them during your stay. Enjoy modern and contemporary rentals with access to the main landmarks and close to public transportation. Enjoy your stay!
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The area and getting around
Hong Kong is a metropolitan and urban centre in southern China. This densely populated city is a vibrant and interesting holiday destination for nightlife lovers, ancient history, a different culture and traditional markets surrounded by modern and tall skyscrapers. This is a prosperous city with a modern financial centre but also a varied topography.Explore unique spots
Explore its rugged relief, the Pearl River Delta, the harbour, the surrounding hills and get stunned by the volcanic rocks on top of the hills. Browse the markets and find exclusive items, luxury goods and unique souvenirs. Electrical machinery and computers are also a good choice if you want to buy good units of stereos, computers or television sets.
Travellers and activities
Looking for idyllic beaches? The bay of Tai Long Wan is a day trip for those looking for a beach day in the wild. On the east side of The Sai Kung Peninsula is made up of 4 beautiful beaches of white sands. A wild scene, quiet waters and the hilly separations between each of the beaches of Ham Tin, Sai Wan, Tai Wan and Tung Wan. The further beaches are the wildest and the most idyllic although the easy one to reach is Sai Wan. Set off in the morning and enjoy a nice day by the water.Hong Kong for market lovers
Hong Kong is a shopping mecca for those who like browsing the stalls, walking into boutiques and exploring different markets. As night falls, some markets come alive and one of the most famous ones is Temple Street Night Market. This huge market where you have to get ready to bargain! Loko at the prices they suggest and maybe you will get a good price for clothes, jewellery, herbs, spices, or any other goods. Try some street food at Woo Sung Street and if you still want to see some more activity, head to the wholesale fruit market which is also a retail market during the day.
Did you know Hong Kong means “fragrant harbour” in Chinese?
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Victoria Peak might be one of the most seen images in Hong Kong. This is the highest point on the Island and also the trendiest neighbourhood. These are probably some of the best views you can get of the city and its stunning skyline with skyscrapers and the islands to the south. Take in the views!2. Go on a treasure hunt
Do you like vintage items? Are you looking for unique gifts? Head to Cat Street market and enjoy finding the best vintage items. Browse the jade shops, the street stalls with all kinds of old articles, unique gifts and quirky souvenirs. Find genuine china and retro prints after having a nibble at Bibo or some delicious dim sum at Man Mo Cafe.3. Go to Lamma Island
Get on a ferry journey for about twenty or thirty minutes to Lamma Island. This is a natural paradise and an outstanding island with the best combination of seafood, cafes, nice beaches, local markets and great hiking trails. Choose your adventure! Before you go back to the mainland, head to Main Street and have some delicious scallops or craft beers at Yardley Brothers Beer Shack.4. Visit the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery
Lift your spirits in this monastery. Hike up the hills of Sha Tin as you go past the golden buddha statues along the way until you reach the top. Once there, in the Hall, you will spot rows of tiny buddhas as well as stunning views. The higher you climb, the better the views. Have a look around the grounds of the monastery and explore the nine-storey pavilion, nice temples, the verandas and the beautiful pagodas.5. The longest ride ever!
A bit tired after a lot of walking and sightseeing? Why not get on the longest escalator in the world as you have a little break? Rest your feet and get on this practical ride that will take you from Central to Western districts. There are several stops with restaurants and shops where you can enjoy a quiet time, run your errands and have something to eat.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is one of the most expensive cities in China! The price of a holiday rental is around £167.91 per night.
If you seek to get the most out of your money, the most affordable months to visit Hong Kong are November (£69.69 per night for accommodation, on average), October (£110.12), and June (£112.14).
Following the data observed in 2020, the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of September (£300.47), January (£229.66), and February (£209.46).
When visiting Hong Kong, it is necessary to think ahead, as 46% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
March, February, and May are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of accommodations free, with respective average availability figures of 64%, 60% and 59.4%.
Holiday lettings in Hong Kong reach their peak in demand in October, with an availability rate of 48.6%. The second most requested month is June, with 48.75%, and the third is August with 49%.
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