Explore Enchanting Places with Cheap Hong Kong Holidays

by Amanda Sutcliffe Travel Deals

A former colony of the British Empire, Hong Kong is today an autonomous territory of the People's Republic of China. Although it has now become a part of China, Hong Kong has maintained an economic and political system that's separate from the mainland. When you begin exploring this territory and its fascinating neighbourhoods, you'll be greeted with an iconic skyline. It features many towering skyscrapers, protected natural surroundings, and some rich traditions that still refuse to die. You can also enjoy shopping for world-famous brands in its glitzy malls and street-side boutiques.

From January to March, the climate in this part of Asia is characterised by cool temperatures that attract a lot of Chinese travellers. This greatly increases the room rates of hotels. Spring arrives in the month of April and continues until May. During this season, the room rates are reasonable except on national holidays. From the month of June to September, the weather in Hong Kong is hot with the occurrence of typhoons. The best time to enjoy your Hong Kong holidays is from the month of October to December when you can enjoy pleasant daytime temperatures. You can also book your hotel accommodations with average room rates during this time of the year.

One of the most popular attractions in this Chinese territory is the Tian Tan Buddha Statue, which is also known as the Big Buddha. Your cheap holidays to Hong Kong can be made truly memorable with a visit to this 34-metre-high statue of the Buddha, which is situated atop the Po Lin monastery on Lantau Island. When you’re in a place called Tsim Sha Tsui, don’t forget to explore the famous promenade, Avenue of Stars. It pays homage to some of the well-known film stars of Hong Kong and also features a statue of the renowned actor and martial arts legend, Bruce Lee.

While enjoying your cheap Hong Kong holidays, you can take a ride on the Star Ferry, which has been transporting travellers from Tsim Sha Tsui to Central and back since the late nineteenth century. A tram ride from Murray Building to Victoria Peak would allow you to witness mesmerising views of the Hong Kong skyline and the surrounding islands. To enjoy a unique shopping experience with some exciting Chinese entertainment, you can visit the Temple Street Night Market. It is located in Kowloon and sells everything from clothes and jewellery to delicious food items and traditional Chinese crafts.

It would not be wrong to call Hong Kong the world’s greatest food fair. Its world-class restaurants and street-side eateries offer authentic food from various corners of the world. You can taste some delicious food from Japan, India, Korea, Europe, Thailand and a few other countries, in addition to the local delicacies. The traditional dishes for breakfast are rice porridge called ‘Congee’ and oil-fried bread sticks called ‘Yau Cha Kwai’. You can also relish Roast Goose, which is a famous dish from the Cantonese cuisine and is made using goose roasted with some secret ingredients and served with sauce.

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