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Pearl Premium Guest House

10/F, 2F Mirador Mansion, 54 Nathan Rd, (Check-in 16/F, Flat A5&B2), Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong

8.5 / 10

Very Good

The Imperial Hotel

32-34 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong

8.0 / 10

Very Good

The Kimberley Hotel

28 Kimberly Road Tsimshatsui, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong

8.5 / 10

Very Good

Cebu Hostel

Flat 4, 3/F, Block E, Chung King Mansion, 40 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong

8.0 / 10

Very Good

Disney's Hollywood Hotel

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Islands District, Hong Kong, 0000

8.9 / 10

Very Good

Best Western Grand Hotel Hong Kong

23 Austin Avenue, Tsimshatsui, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong

8.0 / 10

Very Good

Novotel Nathan Road Kowloon Hong Kong

348 Nathan Road, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong

9.0 / 10


Royal Plaza Hotel

193 Prince Edward Road West, Mong Kok, Kowloon City District, Hong Kong

8.9 / 10

Very Good

Rosedale Hotel Kowloon

86 Tai Kok Tsui Road, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong

8.7 / 10

Very Good

Hong Kong Premium Guest House

Flat B2 & A5, 16/F Mirador Mansion, 58 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong

8.5 / 10

Very Good

Australian Guest House

D7, Block D, 16/F Chung King Mansion, 40 Nathan Road, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong

8.1 / 10

Very Good

Apple Inn - Tsim Sha Tsui

Unit 03, 11/F, Hai Phong Mansion, 55 Hai Phong Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong

8.1 / 10

Very Good

Cynthia's Inn

Flat E5, 10/F, Block E, 40 Nathan Road, Chungking Mansion, Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong

5.5 / 10

Not Bad

Regal Hongkong Hotel

88 Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

8.5 / 10

Very Good

Panda Hotel

3 Tsuen Wah Street, Kwai Tsing District, Hong Kong

8.8 / 10

Very Good

Novotel Citygate Hong Kong

51 Man Tung Road, Islands District, Hong Kong, 0

9.0 / 10


Bohol Hotel

10/F, Flat 10D-8, Block D, Chung King Mansion, 40 Nathan Road, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong

7.3 / 10


City Garden Hotel

9 City Garden Road, North Point, Eastern District, Hong Kong

8.9 / 10

Very Good

Hao's Inn

Flat E, 5/F, Golden Crown Court, 66-70 Nathan Road, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong

9.0 / 10


Best Western Hotel Causeway Bay

Cheung Woo Lane, Canal Road West, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

8.0 / 10

Very Good


Skyscrapers surrounded by lush green valleys with vast oceans appearing as its frontyard is definitely a part of Hong Kong’s charming scene.

Hong Kong is China’s Special Administrative Region besides Macau. Thus, Hong Kong has its own government, police department, currency and education system separated from China’s. Passport is needed to enter Hong Kong’s territory from China.

Geographically, Hong Kong’s terrain is mainly mountain and hill with steep slope. Almost half of Hong Kong’s territory is used as park and nature preserve.

More than 90% Hong Kong’s population are Chinese descent, speak in Cantonese and believe in Buddhism. The rest of Hong Kong’s population are Indian, Pakistani and Nepali. You can also meet foreign workers from Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand in Hong Kong.

Besides economy sector, Hong Kong also popular with its worldwide art and culture. Several famous martial film actors such as Bruce Lee, Chow Yun-fat, Jackie Chan and Jet Li started their career in Hong Kong film industry. Shaolin Soccer and Rumble in The Bronx are the movies originally from Hong Kong that get International recognition.

Main Areas in Hong Kong

Hong Kong have 18 areas concentrated into three main areas:

New Territories

About 86% Hong Kong area is New Territories. Not like others area, New Territories identically with peaceful suburb far from the large city. New Territories consists of:

Hong Kong Island

Located in the southernmost area of Hong Kong, this area is also the most historical place across Hong Kong. It has several famous tourist attractions such as The Peak and Causeway Bay. Hong Kong Island is divided into:


Kowloon is the smallest but the most populated area in Hong Kong. It is also the center of business in Hong Kong. Visitors come to Kowloon because it offers lots of affordable accommodations. Kowloon is divided into:

History of Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s history relates to United Kingdom. In 1842, United Kingdom occupied Hong Kong’s territories after defeated Qin Dynasty in First Opium War. Under United Kingdom’s occupation, Hong Kong’s territories was the center of the international trade.

In 1850s, Chinese immigrants moved to Hong Kong escaping the Taiping Rebellion. The migration affected Hong Kong’s economic sector by fulfilling its human capital needs.

In 1898, after being defeated in Second Opium War, China gave a 99-year lease of New Territories to United Kingdom.

After the lease was over, Hong Kong became China's Special Administrative Region on 1 July 1997. With its special administration called “one country, two systems”, Hong Kong gained 50 years to run its own government.

Although it isn’t a country, Hong Kong has international phone code, an immigration office and currency. Hong Kong is also registered in international organizations such as WTO (World Trade Organization), APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) and IOC (International Olympic Committee).

Currency of Hong Kong:

Hong Kong’s currency is called Hong Kong Dollar (HKD).

HKD 1 = IDR 1,652 (as of Feb 2015).

How to get there

There are several ways to go to Hong Kong:

By plane

Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) is the only airport in Hong Kong providing international flights. It has two terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Garuda Indonesia airline departs from Terminal 1.

Airport facilities:

  • Children playground
  • Hotel
  • Restroom
  • Police office
  • Postal office
  • Guide service
  • Shops
  • Praying room
  • Medical clinic
  • Smoking room
  • Baby care room
  • Free WiFi

Transportation to and from Hong Kong International Airport

You can go from and to Hong Kong International Airport using several types of transportation:

Airport Express

It takes around 30 minutes from Hong Kong International Airport to Central region.

Departure hours:

  • 05:54 - 23:28 every 10 minutes.
  • 23:28 - 00:48 every 12 minutes.

Fares start from HKD 100.

You can download Next Train App to your smartphone to check the Airport Express’s schedule in details.

(Prices may change at any time)


You can use Cityflyer bus from and to Hong Kong International Airport. There are six routes:

  • A10 = Ap Lei Chau Estate
  • A11 = North Point Ferry Piers
  • A12 = Siu Sai Wan (Island Resort)
  • A21 = *Hung Hom Station*
  • A22 = *Lam Tin Station*
  • A29 = Tseung Kwan O (Po Lam)

Round-trip fares:

  • Bus A10, A11, A12, A29 = HKD 65
  • Bus A21, A22 = HKD 55

(Prices may change at any time)


You can use taxi to the airport from the city or vice-versa. There are three routes with different color-coded taxi:

  • Red: All Hong Kong’s territories, except Tung Chung Road and Southern Lantau.
  • Green: Partially serve New Territories and Lantau.
  • Blue: Only serve Lantau.

Taxi’s fares from the airport to Central costs HKD 295.

(Prices may change at any time)

  • Airport tax

Airport tax is included in every flight fares from Hong Kong.

By sea

Ocean Terminal at Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon is the main harbour in Hong Kong serving international and domestic routes. Ocean Terminal is also famous as a shopping centre with 450 stores and 50 restaurants, cinema and hotel.

From Macau, you can take a ferry boat to Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal in northern Hong Kong Island. The trip takes around one hour.

Departure time: 07:00 - 00:00 every 15 minutes.

Fare: HKD 153.

(Prices may change at any time)

By land

You can go to Hong Kong from Shenzhen, China by train or bus.

Visa to Hong Kong

If you are from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand, you can enter Hong Kong without visa. Visitors from Indonesia can visit Hong Kong without visa for up to 30 days.

Public Transportation in Hong Kong

There are several public transportations in Hong Kong:

MTR (Mass Transit Railway)

Mass Transit Railway serves all routes in Hong Kong and also takes you to China.

Fares may vary.


You can easily find taxi in Hong Kong’s downtown. There are three color-coded taxis with different routes:

  • Red: All Hong Kong’s territories, except Tung Chung Road and Southern Lantau.
  • Green: Partially serve New Territories and Lantau.
  • Blue: Only serve Lantau.

Taxi fare starts from HKD 17.

(Prices may change at any time)


There are five bus operators in Hong Kong: Citybus, New World First Bus, Kowloon Motor Bus, Long Win Bus and New Lantau Bus.

There are four routes categories in Hong Kong:

  • "A" Routes - Airbus Services
  • "E" Routes - External Bus Services
  • "N" Routes - Overnight Bus Services
  • "S" Routes - Shuttle Bus to Airport

Departure time 05:30 - 24:00.

Fare depends on route.


Minibus is faster than bus and cheaper than taxi. Minibus serves all Hong Kong’s territories. It can carry maximum 16 passengers. There are two types: green minibus and red minibus.

Red minibus has no fixed schedule. You can see the route information on its windshield.

Green minibus has a fixed schedule and route.

Fare depends on route.

(Prices may change at any time)

Ferry boat

Not only public transportation, ferry boat is also a tourist attraction in Hong Kong.

Star Ferry is the most famous ferry operator, established since 1888. You can use Star Ferry from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon or vice-versa.

Star Ferry departs at 07:20 - 10:50.

One-way fare from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon on Monday - Friday (except holiday):

  • Adult HKD 19,39
  • Children HKD 11,63


One-way fare from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon at Saturday - Sunday and holiday:

  • Adult HKD 26,37
  • Children HKD 16,28

(Prices may change at any time)

Cable train

Cable train is only available in northern of Hong Kong Island.

Six cable train’s routes:

Cable train fare:

  • Adult HKD 2,3
  • Children HKD 1,2
  • Above 65 year HKD 1,1

(Prices may change at any time)

Weather in Hong Kong

Hong Kong has four-season. In average, Hong Kong’s temperature can reach 32 degree Celsius in summer (June - September) and 10 degree Celsius in winter (December - February).

Language used in Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s national language is Chinese and English. The local residents mostly speak Cantonese, a dialect adapted from Guangzhou, China.

Tourist attraction in Hong Kong

There are several tourist attractions in Hong Kong:

Avenue of Star

America has Holywood Walk of Fame, so does Hong Kong with Avenue of Star. This seaside attraction boasts a spectacular view. Other than celebrities handprints, a life-sized statue of the legend Bruce Lee can be found in Avenue of Star.

Avenue of Star is a perfect place to see A Symphony of Lights, a colorful light performance from Hong Kong’s skyscraper.

You can visit Avenue of Star everyday for free.

The Peak

This is the highest place in Hong Kong Island and also one of the tourist favorite attractions. You can see Hong Kong’s skyscraper with Victoria Harbour in the background from a platform called The Sky Terrace 428.

The Peak has lots of shopping areas and restaurants. Traditional culinary and fast-food restaurant are available at The Peak. WiFi connection is also available for free.

The most interesting thing from The Sky Terrace 428 is a 360 degree panoramic view of Hong Kong. Also, you can bring your family to enjoy an outdoor park around The Sky Terrace 428.

To get into The Peak, you can use The Peak Tram from Garden Road Tram Lower Terminus.

Tram departs at 07:00 - 24:00.

Opening hours:

  • Monday - Friday, from 10:00 - 23:00.
  • Saturday, Sunday & holiday, from 08:00 - 23:00.

Entrance fee to The Sky Terrace 428 and The Peak Tram’s fare:

  • Adult HKD 83
  • Children HKD 40

(Prices may change at any time)

Disneyland Hong Kong

At Disneyland Hong Kong, you can see spectacular shows from your favorite Disney characters.

Disneyland Hong Kong has 35 attractions suitable for all family members. Toy Story Land is one of area in Disneyland Hong Kong that has four popular attractions: Barrel of Fun, RC Racer, Slinky Dog Spin and Toy Soldier Parachute Drop.

Opening hours: 10:00 - 20:30.

Entrance fee:

  • Adult HKD 499
  • Children HKD 355
  • Above 65 years HKD 100

(Prices may change at any time)

Nightlife in Hong Kong

There are several night life attractions in Hong Kong:

Lan Kwai Fong

Since 1980s, Lan Kwai Fong has been famous for its nightlife scene. More than 100 restaurants and bars can be found in Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong Island.

Nathan Road

Nathan Road offers a unique Hong Kong’s nightlife atmosphere. Colorful neon lamps above restaurants and bars become one of the unique characteristic of Nathan Road.

Culinary in Hong Kong

There are several culinary recommendations in Hong Kong:

Jumbo Kingdom

Jumbo Kingdom is a very huge restaurant located at Shum Wan Pier Drive, Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen, Hong Kong. It can accommodate up to 2,300 guests at the same time. Chinese traditional culinary is the main menu in Jumbo Kingdom.

Opening hours:

  • Monday - Saturday, every 11:00 - 23:30
  • Sunday & holiday, every 09:00 - 23:30

Serenade Chinese Restaurant

Dim Sum is a must-try culinary menu in Hong Kong. Serenade Chinese Restaurant is a perfect place to eat Hong Kong’s Dim Sum.

Serenade Chinese Restaurant is located at 1-2/F, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Restaurant Block, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon.

Opening hours: 09:30 - 16:30 and 17:30 - 23:30.

Cheung Chau Seafood Street

Cheung Chau seafood street is located at southwest of Hong Kong. Not only culinary, local’s activities at the harbour also attracts lots of photographing tourists.

You can use fast boat from Central harbour to Cheung Chau.

Departure: 00:30 - 23:45 every 30 minutes.

One-way fare from Central’s harbour to Cheung Chau’s harbour: HKD 25.80.

(Prices may change at any time)

Travel Tips in Hong Kong

  • Drink tap water available in hotels, restaurants and some of the tourist places to save more.
  • You can get cheaper tickets to Disneyland Hong Kong and Ocean Park Hong Kong from travel agents around the hotels or in downtown area.
  • Using Octopus Card is recommended to travel with public transportation or shopping in Hong Kong. You can buy Octopus Card in all MRT stations except Racecourse station.
  • All museums in Hong Kong are free every Wednesday.
  • Be careful with typhoon in Hong Kong every May - November. It is better to go to Hong Kong in spring around March - May.

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