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Holidays to Hong Kong

As one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities which enjoys long-standing ties to the UK, Hong Kong is the perfect destination to experience China for first-timers as well as seasoned travellers. With great weather, amazing food, iconic attractions and endless cultural experiences, Hong Kong holidays are perfect for everyone, whether you are a couple looking for an active honeymoon, an adventurous family or a solo holiday enthusiast!


This former British colony has undergone seismic changes in recent decades, but it remains one of the most fascinating cities in the world, full of things to see, do and eat.


Hong Kong is ideal for sightseeing with plenty of temples and monuments to explore, as well as more modern skyscrapers and rooftop bars. Visitors also flock here thanks to its endless shopping opportunities, with designer outlets rubbing shoulders with more local markets.


Thanks to its year-round warmth (temperatures rarely dip below 16 degrees or go above 30 degrees), you can visit Hong Kong at any time of year.


So why not get a taste of China by booking holidays to Hong Kong today?

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Places to go and things to do in Hong Kong

Key Events

Key Events
  • Hong Kong has several key festivals and events that take place throughout the year, so time your holiday to coincide with any one of these to really enhance your experience.
  • The Hong Kong Arts Festival takes place over the course of a month in February or March, showcasing performances including dance, theatre, opera, and orchestral concerts, alongside exhibitions of ethnic music and art.
  • The Tuen Ng Festival, known for its dragon boat races, is a significant traditional event in May or June. This ancient Chinese celebration features sleek, vividly decorated boats racing in unison to the rhythm of drums.
  • The internationally renowned Hong Kong Sevens, a premier rugby tournament occurring in April, attracts twenty teams from around the world. This event is a highlight on the global sports calendar, with teams vying for the prestigious cup.
Must-See Attractions
  • A visit to Hong Kong isn't complete without a trip to The Peak, the city's iconic mountain where you can see views out across the city.
  • The Sha Chau and Lung Kwu Chau Marine Park is where you should head if you’ve always wanted to catch a glimpse of Hong Kong’s famous pink dolphins.
  • Aberdeen Harbour - whose name is a nod to the deep British ties the city enjoys – allows visitors to eat in floating restaurants and yacht-watch.
  • With over 90 restaurants and bars, head to Lan Kwai Fong to experience neon nights and endless entertainment once the sun sets.
  • Boasting over 60 Michelin-starred restaurants, Hong Kong is a foodie heaven.

Places to go and things to do in Hong Kong

Key Events

Key Events

  • Hong Kong has several key festivals and events that take place throughout the year, so time your holiday to coincide with any one of these to really enhance your experience.
  • The Hong Kong Arts Festival takes place over the course of a month in February or March, showcasing performances including dance, theatre, opera, and orchestral concerts, alongside exhibitions of ethnic music and art.
  • The Tuen Ng Festival, known for its dragon boat races, is a significant traditional event in May or June. This ancient Chinese celebration features sleek, vividly decorated boats racing in unison to the rhythm of drums.
  • The internationally renowned Hong Kong Sevens, a premier rugby tournament occurring in April, attracts twenty teams from around the world. This event is a highlight on the global sports calendar, with teams vying for the prestigious cup.
Read More
Must-See Attractions

Must-See Attractions

  • A visit to Hong Kong isn't complete without a trip to The Peak, the city's iconic mountain where you can see views out across the city.
  • The Sha Chau and Lung Kwu Chau Marine Park is where you should head if you’ve always wanted to catch a glimpse of Hong Kong’s famous pink dolphins.
  • Aberdeen Harbour - whose name is a nod to the deep British ties the city enjoys – allows visitors to eat in floating restaurants and yacht-watch.
  • With over 90 restaurants and bars, head to Lan Kwai Fong to experience neon nights and endless entertainment once the sun sets.
  • Boasting over 60 Michelin-starred restaurants, Hong Kong is a foodie heaven.
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