With over 7.4 million inhabitants within its city limits, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated cities in the world. It is also one of the most expensive cities to live in. What was once a region of fishing villages and farming, it has now grown to become one of the world’s most significant financial hubs and commercial ports. Its urban regions are also unexceptional and with the city’s smooth transport system, you should enjoy wandering in ancient villages, island hiking or kayaking among volcanic sea arches.
The best time to visit Hong Kong is from October to early December as the temperature during this time is sunny but cool and pleasant. But if you wish to experience Hong Kong's colourful festivals, you should travel between January and February when the Spring Festival and Lantern Festival are celebrated. This is also the time when Hong Kong receives the most number of tourists, so be sure to book your travels as early as possible to avoid high price and unavailability.
Iloilo International Airport (ILO) – The Iloilo International Airport is the province's main airport that connects the city to all other parts in the Philippines as well as several international routes to China. The airport is in the district of Cabatuan and nearby Santa Barbara which also makes this airport known as Santa Barbara Airport. Iloilo International Airport offers a direct flight to Hong Kong via Cebu Pacific Airlines.
Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) – Acting as the region’s main air transport hub, there are over 100 airlines operating here including its local carriers; Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airlines, Cathay Dragon and HK Express with over 45 destinations in China and Asia. It is the 8th busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic and this airport handles the most air cargo flights in the world. Its passenger terminal buildings are one of the world’s largest. The airport is built on the island of Chep Lap Kok and has been and important trans-shipment centre for the region.
Hong Kong experiences a humid subtropical climate with its summer being relatively warm and humid with occasional downpours and thunderstorms and its winter is mild and sunny with occasional cloudy days. Hong Kong is also hit by typhoons which occur rather often, sometimes resulting in floods and landslides. Its most comfortable period is during its spring and autumn seasons.