With some of the best hotels on the planet, Hong Kong has an amazing mix of both colonial and Asian heritage. A Special Administrative Zone of the PRC (Peoples Republic of China), the former British colony is a major tourism destination for the increasing numbers of Chinese middle class.

With a sub-tropical climate, Hong Kong’s summer is long, hot, and humid, with one of the best times to visit being Autumn.

For travellers that feel the cold, take note that many public buildings aren’t heated, but the opposite is true that in Summer, many buildings are air conditioned.

If time is short, try the following ‘Hong Kong in a day” itinerary.

Morning: After catching the ferry, have breakfast in Mui Wo; a charming sea side town on Lantau Island. Next, check out the giant Tian Tan Buddha statue at Po Lin Monastery.

Afternoon: Conveniently, head to the Jordan MTR station for dim sum then onto the Hong Kong Museum of History (allow 2-3 hours). Then head to the Star Ferry Pier in Tsim Sha Tsui; take the ferry across Victoria Harbour on the upper deck to get awesome views of the Hong Kong CBD, then onto Peak Tower for more awesome views.

Evening: from the Peak, head back down to Central, then to Mong Kok – it never closes, so don’t stress if you are late !  cheap food and markets make it a haven for the adventurous type. If you’ve had too many coffees and cant sleep, head to Temple Street in Yau Ma Tei – theres always plenty to do and see.

Stuba has almost 300 hundred properties in Hong Kong:

Causeway Bay: 27 Properties

Central: 38 Properties

Kowloon: 88 Properties

Wan Chai: 24 Properties

Western: 12 Properties



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