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Hong Kong is a world city that effortlessly combines its Chinese heritage with Empire-era British culture. With its busy streets, bright lights, and buzzing atmosphere, it’s hard to believe that Hong Kong is one of the safest cities in the world. Still, Hong Kong is a city of many delights: and the only way to discover them is by diving in feet first.

One of those delights is gastronomy. Thanks to its cosmopolitan population and diverse foreign influences, Hong Kong has a dining scene sure to excite even the most jaded foodie. Whether you’re slurping noodles at a street food stall, or a tucking into a stylish afternoon tea with views across the city, in Hong Kong you can find food to suit all moods and occasions.

Hong Kong is a city of festivals, with events taking place in the city throughout the year. Spring is one of the busiest times in Hong Kong, with arts festivals taking place during February and March. Chinese New Year also takes place around this time and is a very big deal. While the spectacle is well worth visiting for it’s also worth remembering that most of the local shops and restaurants will be closed.

While most of the hotels in Hong Kong are on Hong Kong island, there’s plenty to see and do in the rest of the region. The outlying island of Lantau is home to Hong Kong International Airport but also offers plenty in the way of beautiful scenery. Relaxing beaches, soaring peaks, and atmospheric countryside make it a great spot to get away from the busy streets of downtown.

Kowloon offers the opposite. It’s one of the most densely populated areas in the world, and as you can imagine it’s pretty chaotic. The streets throng with people, while shopping malls and street markets jostle for space. There’s less British influence on this peninsula, so don’t be surprised if your English is met with blank stares. It’s well worth a trip, even if it’s just to admire the skyline of Hong Kong Island from the Kowloon Waterfront.

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