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A bizarre tempo of unrestrained street music. A cityscape of Hong Kong skyscrapers glinting in a subtropical sun. A heady blend of aromas rising from great steaming pots, burning incense and congested traffic. Hong Kong is an experience like no other.

Hong Kong lies among a cluster of islands, deep bays and rivers along China's sub-tropical south coast. It comprises Hong Kong Island, the Outer Islands and, on mainland, Kowloon and the New Territories. Each region of Hong Kong holds exciting discoveries, from ancient cultures, to full-on  Hong Kong Island nightlife, to sandy Hong Kong beaches. Hong Kong is a holiday destination for any personality.

This Hong Kong travel guide gives helpful pointers to Hong Kong Hotels and Hong Kong Island hotels. Wired Destination provides vital Hong Kong Island info on Hong Kong Island Shopping and Hong Kong  Island Sightseeing. We also have Kowloon Travel Info with valuable facts on Kowloon shopping, Kowloon dining, Kowloon sightseeing and Kowloon Travel tips.
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Hong Kong Island

Large crowds of shoppers at Causeway  Bay
Large crowds of shoppers at Causeway Bay

Causeway Bay

Causeway Bay is Hong Kong Island's famous shopping district. It stretches from Hong Kong's Eastern District to Wan Chai along Victoria Harbor. Hong Kong's biggest park, Victoria Park, is one of its gems. Times Square is its biggest mall, offering great buys from ground floor to top. For great deals on hotels in this shopping mecca, see Wired Destinations' Causeway Bay Hong Kong Hotels. For online travel, think Wired Destinations.
 

Wan Chai

Travelers to Wan Chai, the northern section of Hong Kong Island, find a blend of traditional buildings and shiny new skyscrapers. Golden Bauhinia Square, established in 1997, commemorates the handover of Hong Kong to China and provides a spectacular view of Victoria Bay. Myriad restaurants provide travelers with views of Victoria Harbor. For a full list of hotels at great rates in this Hong Kong hot spot, discover Wired Destinations' Wan Chai Hong Kong Hotels.
 

Happy Valley

Surrounded by Wan Chai and Causeway Bay, Happy Valley is the place to experience Hong Kong's love of horse racing. Happy Valley Racecourse held its first race in 1846 and is now recognized as a premier international racing venue. Place your bets at Happy Valley, but don't risk losing out on great hotels at great rates. Wired Destination has instant availability on Happy Valley Hong Kong Hotels at guaranteed discount prices.
 

View of Central from the shore
View of Central from the shore

Central District

Central is the bustling business district where many Hong Kong landmarks are found. The longest outdoor escalator in the world is one of the Central's main Hong Kong Shopping attractions. With outlets to the popular discount shops, exquisite luxury stores and cafés in the area, the Mid-Levels Escalator transports pedestrians halfway up Victoria Peak.




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Western District

Picturesque Ladder Street steeply descends from Shueng Wan to Western District. It is lined with some of Hong Kong's oldest homes showcasing elaborate wood carvings and shuttered windows. Cat Street, once a red-light area and hangout for criminals, now houses vendors selling gadgets and real and fake antiques. Wire Destinations offers great discounts at Western District Hong Kong Hotels. For online travel, think Wired Destinations.
 

South Shore Hong Kong Island

Lining the shore of Aberdeen harbor, hundreds of junks and sampans are floating homes for thousands of Hong Kong residents. The traditional boats dramatically juxtapose the modern high-rise buildings that crouch on the shore and push up the hillsides. Take a ride on a licensed sampan for a taste of life on the sea. Dine at Aberdeen's famous floating restaurants that serve copious seafood options.

Other south shore attractions include Ocean Park and Repulse Bay. Ocean Park sports an aquarium, a roller coaster and a Panda exhibit. Ironically, Repulse Bay is one of the most attractive beaches on Hong Kong Island. For a complete list of hotels on Hong Kong Island, visit Wired Destinations' Hong Kong Island Hotels
 

Kowloon

View from Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier
View from Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier

Tsim Sha Tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui beach is a popular viewing area of Hong Kong's Symphony of Lights. The city is packed with Hong Kong Shopping opportunities, shopping malls, restaurants and high-rise office buildings. The Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Hong Kong Space Museum and the Cultural Center are major Tsim Sha Tsui attractions. Nathan Road is the main thoroughfare where you'll find Shopper's Boulevard and the Avenue of Stars, designed after the one in Hollywood.

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Mong Kok

Sai Yeung Choi Street is Kowloon's Retail Market, selling endless options of electronic goods. Tung Choi Street, known as Ladies Market, is packed with stalls offering clothes, women's accessories and souvenirs. Go to Fa Yuen Street Market to hunt for bargains on the basics. The street is crammed with stalls selling all manner of necessities, such as towels, fabric, tooth brushes, dinnerware and food. The prices here can't be beat. Langham Place Shopping Mall has become one of the hot spots of Kowloon. The huge complex has a cinema, more than 300 shops and restaurants, high fashion labels and housewares. For amazing rates on Mong Kok Hotels, Wired Destinations offers recommended hotels and instant availability.
 

Yau Ma Tei

Temple Street Night Market, named from the area's Tin Hau Temple, is the night market for bargains and entertainment. It is also known as Men's Street because the area formerly specialized in men's items. Today, Temple Street vendors sell just about everything. Other than shopping, you can learn about your future at one of the many fortune tellers. You can also experience live traditional Cantonese opera performances. Dai Pai Dong, open air shack restaurants famous in Hong Kong, sell an assortment of cheap edibles. The atmosphere at Yau Ma Tei is probably how many travelers imagine Hong Kong markets. For instant availability on Yau Ma Tei accommodation, Wired Destinations offers greatly discounted rates on recommended Yau Ma Tei Hotels.

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New Territories

Sha Tin

The city of Sha Tin is a popular recreation spot, especially for Hong Kong horse racing. Not surprisingly for a Hong Kong city, it has endless shopping options. New Town Square is the main shopping mall. Visitors line up to try famous Sha Tin local delicacies, like roasted pigeon and congee with chicken. To find your ideal hotel in Sha Tin, Wired Destinations provides serious discounts on quality Sha Tin Hotels.

Lantau Island

Lantau was once a sleepy fishing village, but is now a major Hong Kong hub. It houses the new international airport and Hong Kong Disneyland. Take the Nong Ping 360 cable car for 360° views of sea, beach and mountain. Giant Tian Tan Buddha, sitting atop Ngong Ping plateau, inspires awe. The island is great for biking and there are plenty of beaches for swimming. Wired Destinations' Lantau Island Hotels offers instant availability on quality hotels at discount rates.
 

Other Popular New Territories Destinations

Cheung Chau and Lamma Islands both offer plenty of beach and water activities, nightlife and entertainment. On mainland, adventurers can search out relics of the area's long history. For all New Territories Hong Kong Hotels – on the mainland or on the islands – Wired Destinations offers a comprehensive list of accommodation at amazing Hong Kong hotel discounts. For online travel, think Wired Destinations.
 

Hong Kong Attractions

Night view of Victoria Harbour from Victoria Peak
Night view of Victoria Harbour from Victoria Peak

Victoria Harbor

Victoria Harbor is wide and deep, elements that allowed the historic growth of one of the the world's most important ports. Walks along the shore or tours on boats offer views of Hong Kong sky, sea and mountain. At night, buildings on both sides of Victoria Harbor participate in Hong Kong's famous Symphony of Lights.

A Symphony of Lights

Hong Kong's skyscrapers along both sides of Victoria Harbor participate in an electrifying display of fireworks and dancing lights. Visitors can take in Hong Kong's Symphony of Lights from may vantage points: on the Star Ferry Harbor Tour, from Victoria Peak, or from most points on the shores of Victoria Harbor. Tsim Sha Tsui Beach on Kowloon and North Point on Hong Kong Island offer two of the best shoreline views.
 

Star Ferry

Hong Kong's ferry is a star attraction in Hong Kong – in name and utility. The Star Ferry is fast, affordable and convenient. Best of all, it's fun. The Star Ferry operates on four routes that connect Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. It takes about 10 minutes to travel across the harbor. The Shining Star Ferry was built especially for touring. At night, passengers glide along Victoria Harbor surrounded by the Symphony of Lights.
 

Victoria Peak

The Peak Tram transports visitors to the peak's terraces, restaurants and entertainment venues. Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum is a crowd favorite, displaying wax figures of celebrities including local star Jackie Chan. Victoria Peak is a romantic spot for admiring Hong Kong's Symphony of Lights.

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