Hong Kong Vacations
A Dynamic World of Cultural Wonders
Defined by its expansive urban skyline and deep natural harbor, Hong Kong is one of the most diverse and exciting destinations in the world. Verdant mountains provide a majestic backdrop to the over 1,300 skyscrapers in the world’s most vertical city – more people live or work above the 14th floor than anywhere else on earth.
This diverse modern metropolis uniquely blends both Eastern and Western traditions, creating a dynamic cultural wonder. The enchanting fusion of east meets west creates Hong Kong's distinctive cuisine – where dim sum, hot pot and fast food restaurants coexist with haute cuisine.
Things to Do in Hong Kong
- Glide across Victoria Harbor in the famous Star Ferry at night for an unbeatable sea-level view of both Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula.
- Take the tram to Victoria Peak, the highest point on the island, for one of the most iconic, and breathtaking views in the world.
- Hunt for souvenirs, take in an impromptu Cantonese opera performance and consult with a Chinese fortune-teller at the Temple Street Night Market.
- Hop on a ferry to Lamma Island and spend the day enjoying quaint fishing villages, hiking trails and open-air seafood restaurants.
- Visit the inspiring Po Lin Buddhist Monastery on Lantau Island to pay your respects to the tallest seated bronze Buddha statue in the world.
- Enjoy a guided Foodie Walking Tour in Central Hong Kong, where you will taste delicious classic Hong Kong cuisine at six local restaurants through SITA World Tours.
- Look upon the Terracotta Warriors in Xi’an, roughly 8,000 soldiers, chariots, and horses started in 210 BC—all to help China’s first emperor in the afterlife.
- Walk along the expansive Great Wall of China and imagine what it was like to construct the wall—at a time without modern machinery to help.
- Lan Kwai Fong is one of Hong Kong’s most popular nightlife hot spots and home to over 90 restaurants and bars with food diverse as the clientele.
Contact one of our travel experts to start planning your own Hong Kong getaway.