The challenge of a holiday in Hong Kong is to have enough time to fit in all the aspects of this exciting city of contrasts. There are some things not to be missed during a holiday here, and these include the food, the superlative shopping, a cruise to the outlying islands, and spending some quiet moments in the natural setting of a peaceful park. There is nowhere on earth quite like Hong Kong, which is reason enough for anyone to travel here.
The city, despite its surviving traditional enclaves, feels delightfully futuristic. The glittering night-time skyline is one of the most iconic in the world. It is a booming business hub, a fashion centre and a celebrated foodie destination. Its diversity of its population and cultural influences adds hugely to its unique appeal. In addition to all its impressive sightseeing attractions travellers will be happy to discover just how well everything seems to work; most notably, the efficient transport system makes getting around a pleasure.
Visit Victoria Park using the funicular railway that gives a thrilling ride with spectacular views over Hong Kong. Or Disneyland which is the fifth Disney resort. Why not visit the Western Market which is the best place to buy souvenirs. Or the HK Police Museum which exhibits historical artefacts relating to the Hong Kong Police Force.
Climate in Hong Kong
The climate is subtropical for half of the year and temperate for the rest. The City has hot, humid summers and cool, dry winters. Winter lasts from December to February. The coldest month being January, when the temperatures average between 58°F (14°C) and 66°F (19°C) and the city gets cooled by strong, cold northern winds. In spring the wind blows from the south, bringing in warm, humid air. This is the rainy season that extends through summer. Temperatures in summer, between June and August, regularly climb above 86°F (30°C).
So don’t delay, call Mint Holidays on 01282 930295 to book your holiday in Hong Kong today!