HELLO Hong Kong

Offering a fascinating blend of East meets West, Hong Kong's modern skyline juxtaposed with bustling markets make it a captivating stopover destination for kiwis travelling to the UK and Europe.

Don't miss the opportunity to explore its vibrant culinary scene, visit iconic landmarks and immerse yourself in a diverse cultural experience. 
For cruise enthusiasts, Hong Kong boasts a state-of-the-art cruise terminal offering a convenient and efficient embarkation point for those continuing their journey by sea.

HELLO Culinary Delights

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Indulge your taste buds in an unforgettable culinary adventure in Hong Kong.

Due to the rich diversity of various ethnic communities in the city, Hong Kong has become a melting pot for captivating cuisines from all corners of the globe. With such seamless access to a varied blend of cultures and authentic culinary delights such as a humble bowl of noodles, an egg tart at a bakery, or a tasty plate of char siu pork from a roast meat shop washed down with an order of Hong Kong Milk tea, both locals and visitors can embark on a thrilling gastronomic adventure like no other.

HELLO Neighbourhoods

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Hong Kong is a city of diverse experiences, where you can explore mountain trails, vibrant streetscapes, ancient temples, and modern skyscrapers. Dive into bustling markets and visit serene seaside villages. With so much to do, the only question is; where to begin?

Hike the Morning Trail to the Peak Galleria for panoramic views of Victoria Harbour or take the Peak Tram for a scenic ride. Consider visiting at sunset for stunning views and the city's lights coming to life.

Delve into diverse culinary offerings in Hong Kong, including delicious dim sum at places like Luk Yu Teahouse, local favourites such as char siu fan, and delightful pineapple buns with butter at cha chaan tengs like Kam Wah Café and Sun Kwai Heung.

Explore Tai Kwun in Central, formerly a police station turned cultural hub, visit the Hong Kong Museum of Art, enjoy Cantonese opera at West Kowloon Cultural District’s Xiqu Centre, and take a street art tour in Sham Shui Po.

Climb the 268 steps to reach the Tian Tan Buddha, a massive 34-meter bronze statue. Explore the nearby Po Lin Monastery and enhance your visit by taking the Ngong Ping 360 cable car from Tung Chung for stunning views of Lantau Island's hills and the South China Sea.

Experience the city's vibrant nightlife by beginning your evening with sundowners on Popinjays' spacious terrace with a view of Central's skyline. Visit renowned bars such as Coa for innovative cocktails with a Mexican twist. Enjoy karaoke at places like Red Mr or groove to the music at The Pontiac in Soho. Finish your night at Amazonia, where cover bands play rock and pop classics.

Enjoy panoramic views of the Hong Kong skyline from various vantage points. Capture stunning Hong Kong skyline views from various vantage points, including the Avenue of Stars in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hung Hom and Kwun Tong promenades to the east, Lei Yue Mun for sunset vistas and a fishing village experience, and elevated spots like the sky100 observation deck and Hong Kong Observation Wheel.

Immerse yourself in Hong Kong's diverse neighbourhoods by exploring them on foot. Wander through West Kowloon, a blend of tradition and modernity with authentic dining and cultural experiences. Stroll Central's historical backstreets and markets, delve into Sham Shui Po's unique cafes and boutiques, and visit the seaside restaurants and rural villages in Sai Kung for a relaxed experience.

HELLO Shopping Paradise

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Hong Kong solidifies its reputation as Asia's premier shopping destination, offering a wide range of options, from upscale shopping malls to vibrant street markets.

Hong Kong boasts an extensive retail landscape, featuring impressive malls like ifc mall and Pacific Place on Hong Kong Island, ELEMENTS and K11 MUSEA in Tsim Sha Tsui, as well as vibrant areas like Causeway Bay and Mongkok, home to quirky stores, boutiques, and markets. In addition to these, Central Market, an 80-year-old heritage building, has been revitalised and is now a hub for new shopping, dining, and leisure experiences.

Another transformed historic site, PMQ (short for 'Police Married Quarters'), offers fantastic dining, boutiques, and pop-up stores. It's worth noting that the levy on plastic bags in Hong Kong was doubled in December 2022 to encourage the use of reusable bags and promote environmental conservation, so bringing your own shopping bag is a good idea.

HELLO Hong Kong Arts & Culture

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Hong Kong has experienced an art renaissance over the past decade, with international and local art spaces emerging in neighbourhoods like Central, Sham Shui Po, and the West Kowloon Cultural District. This resurgence highlights a renewed appreciation of the city's heritage and local culture, reflecting the population's introspection and retrospection. To explore the multifaceted world of arts and culture in Hong Kong, here are some of the best ways to do so.

Check out some of the Museums on offer such as the Hong Kong Museum of Art, established in 1962, with a diverse collection spanning Chinese antiquities, modern local art, Chinese painting and calligraphy, and China trade art. It also hosts rotating exhibitions and international showcases. Or K11 MUSEA in Tsim Sha Tsui, a cultural-retail landmark offering high-end shopping and immersive art experiences, including large-scale art installations, events, workshops, and collaborations.

There's also the Xiqu Centre, a venue for Cantonese opera and other forms of Chinese opera, hosting performances, film screenings, workshops, talks, exhibitions, and guided tours or how about a workshop on Neon sign crafting with Master Wu Chi Kai? Wherever your journey in Hong Kong takes you, it's bound to be filled with lasting memories.

HELLO Family Fun

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Hong Kong is an excellent family holiday destination, offering a wide range of activities for both parents and children. Whether you're interested in exploring wildlife, meeting famous celebrities, or embarking on exciting adventures, Hong Kong has plenty of attractions that cater to families. From theme parks and museums to thrilling glass-bottomed cable cars, here are some of the best family-friendly attractions to enjoy in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Disneyland, often dubbed the "happiest place on Earth," lives up to its reputation. It offers a wide range of attractions suitable for all ages. From 20 November this year, you can 'Let it Go Like Never Before' with the World of Frozen, the World's first and largest 'Frozen' themed land, set to open. If you want more time at the park, consider booking a room at one of their three kid-friendly hotels.

Ocean Park, a more than four-decade-old marine-based attraction, remains popular among both locals and tourists. It focuses on environmental conservation and offers diverse experiences. Guests of all ages can observe exotic sharks in a 360-degree aquarium, visit giant pandas and penguins. The park also caters to thrill-seekers with exciting rides, including a floorless rollercoaster and a thrilling turbo-drop ride with VR technology.

Discover lifelike celebrity wax figures, including global stars and local legends, at Madame Tussauds on The Peak. Get up close and personal with over 100 famous personalities, from Ariana Grande to Bruce Lee. Take advantage of great photo ops in the Selfie Gallery for unforgettable family pictures.

To reach the iconic Big Buddha statue in Hong Kong, take the thrilling Ngong Ping Cable Car, and consider the glass-bottomed crystal cabin for stunning panoramic views. After the scenic ride, explore Ngong Ping Village, visit the Buddha sculpture and the historic Po Lin Monastery. For a deeper cultural experience, take a short bus ride to Tai O, a traditional fishing village, to immerse yourself in the local fishing culture and discover Lantau Island.

Visit MONOPOLY DREAMS™️ in Hong Kong, the world’s first MONOPOLY-themed attraction. Located on The Peak, this immersive experience takes you into Mr. MONOPOLY’s secret residence, featuring holograms and 4DX technology inspired by the classic board game. Explore the Fortune Board and Mr. MONOPOLY’s vault, discover limited-edition MONOPOLY sets and souvenirs, and indulge in delicious snacks. It's a must-visit for board game enthusiasts and anyone looking for a unique experience in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Stopover Packages

Cruise to the UK or Europe from Hong Kong