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Big Group,6 beds@Jordan NightMarket - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

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Big Group,6 beds@Jordan NightMarket

Entire Home Jordan, Hong Kong

25 reviews (25)

208 AUD

145

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Newly renovated 2bed! Explore like local - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

Newly renovated 2bed! Explore like local

Entire Home Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong

6 reviews (6)

AUD

208

per night

Clean & Cozy Room, 2 min to MTR #1 - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

Clean & Cozy Room, 2 min to MTR #1

Private Room Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong

12 reviews (12)

AUD

52

per night

Super Offer! Mongkok Langham Place - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

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Super Offer! Mongkok Langham Place

Entire Home Mong Kok, Hong Kong

7 reviews (7)

173 AUD

147

per night

Bright & cozy room of 2 near MTR *5 - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

Bright & cozy room of 2 near MTR *5

Private Room Kowloon, Hong Kong

7 reviews (7)

AUD

52

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Special Offer@Jordan, City Centre - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

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Special Offer@Jordan, City Centre

Entire Home Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong

6 reviews (6)

208 AUD

177

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Budget 2 room apt near Austin, 2B - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

Budget 2 room apt near Austin, 2B

Entire Home Hongkong, Kowloon, Hong Kong

16 reviews (16)

AUD

113

per night

Spacious 2 single beds near MTR *B - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

Spacious 2 single beds near MTR *B

Private Room Kowloon, Hong Kong

3 reviews (3)

AUD

52

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Window 2 single beds near MTR *6 - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

Window 2 single beds near MTR *6

Private Room Kowloon, Hong Kong

6 reviews (6)

AUD

52

per night

Spacious 2 bedroom apt in CBD - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

Spacious 2 bedroom apt in CBD

Entire Home Kowloon, Hong Kong

5 reviews (5)

AUD

139

per night

Spacious 2 single bed near MTR *A - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

Spacious 2 single bed near MTR *A

Private Room Kowloon, Hong Kong

7 reviews (7)

AUD

56

per night

3 Bedrooms (HC3) in heart of HK - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

3 Bedrooms (HC3) in heart of HK

Entire Home Wan Chai, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong

4 reviews (4)

AUD

285

per night

All equip double room near MTR *3 - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

All equip double room near MTR *3

Private Room Kowloon, Hong Kong

4 reviews (4)

AUD

52

per night

Spacious room for w max near MTR *1 - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

Spacious room for w max near MTR *1

Private Room Kowloon, Hong Kong

5 reviews (5)

AUD

56

per night

Big Gp, 6 beds , Jordan MTR   - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

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Big Gp, 6 beds , Jordan MTR

Entire Home Jordan Hong Kong, Hong Kong

4 reviews (4)

208 AUD

166

per night

Cozy triple room, 1 min to MTR #3 - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

Cozy triple room, 1 min to MTR #3

Private Room Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong

3 reviews (3)

AUD

70

per night

Sunny room 1 min walk to MTR *C - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

Sunny room 1 min walk to MTR *C

Private Room Kowloon, Hong Kong

3 reviews (3)

AUD

52

per night

Sunny family room for 4 near MTR #9 - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

Sunny family room for 4 near MTR #9

Private Room Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong

8 reviews (8)

AUD

78

per night

FamilyStyleConv.BigApt.3BDs2Toilets@WiFi - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

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FamilyStyleConv.BigApt.3BDs2Toilets@WiFi

Entire Home Hongkong, Kowloon, Hong Kong

4 reviews (4)

275 AUD

192

per night

Budget 3 room apt for 6 pax, 2A - Hong Kong Holiday Homes

Budget 3 room apt for 6 pax, 2A

Entire Home Kowloon, Hong Kong

10 reviews (10)

AUD

139

per night

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a land of beautiful paradoxes, a place where cutting-edge modernity meets centuries of tradition. It’s designated as a Special Administrative Region of China, yet retains its unique and independent identity, while a history of colonialism brings a vibrant clash of East and West to its cultural attractions. Away from the skyscrapers of Central, the city gives way to rolling mountains and verdant islands.

One of the best ways to experience these distinctive sides of Hong Kong is to travel by boat. Take a ferry from Kowloon Bay on the mainland to the Central Business District on Hong Kong Island and you’ll see traditional wooden boats floating next to sparkling cruise liners. Then, you’ll pull into a bay of gleaming, ultra-modern skyscrapers surrounded by mountains that can be accessed only by rickety old trams.

Join throngs of shoppers as they hit the streets of Hong Kong for a diverse day strolling between high-end boutiques and noisy markets. Visitors have to choose between the classy brand names on offer in Admiralty and Central or the countless options available in ever-busy Causeway Bay. After spending big, hunt for bargains in the markets of Tung Choi or the Temple Street Night Market.

Food options similarly veer between the exquisite and the easy. Hong Kong’s cosmopolitan population have given the city a wonderfully global dining scene, so try the best in cuisine from Europe, Japan, Shanghai and, of course, the province itself. Celebrity chefs populate the chic restaurants in Central, but if you’re wanting something on the go then stop by a dai pai dong, the open-air food stalls that serve hearty and quick meals.

Travel around the region for a day of varied sightseeing. Ancient cultural sights like Man Mo Temple sit alongside modern parks like the Zoological and Botanical Gardens. You can choose between intellectually engaging attractions like the Hong Kong Heritage Museum and the Liangyi Museum or opt for the adrenaline-fuelled thrills of Disneyland. To escape the hubbub of the city, visit nearby islands like Lantau and Lamma for beautifully preserved religion and culture.

Hong Kong, both the city and the surrounding area, might seem intimidatingly big, but the province is served with world-class public transport. Boats criss-cross on the Pearl River Delta, linking Hong Kong Island and the rest of the archipelago to the mainland, while the region’s slick subway system serves all its major regions. Sometimes the journey itself is part of the Hong Kong experience, something you’ll realise as you take a 125-year-old tram up Victoria Peak and peer down at the city far below.