Moving around


Located on China's southern coast, Hong Kong is a highly developed territory that has the largest number of skyscrapers of any city in the world, and its residents have some of the longest life expectancies in the world.

About 40 percent of the land area is country parks and nature reserves. The territory has a diverse ecosystem.

Temple Street Night Market

The Temple Street Night Market is a popular street bazaar that derives its name from the Tin Hau temple. It is an enduring example of a lively Chinese market atmosphere.

This night market is dedicated to leisurely strolling, shopping, and eating traditional food (clay pot rice, seafood, noodles). 

It´s a perfect place to find tea ware, electronics, jade, and antiques.


Kowloon Park

Kowloon Park is a large public park in Tsim Sha Tsui, It has an area of 13.3 hectares and a great variety of flora and gardens and museums.

There is a tree walk located next to the Rose Garden. There are also some stone wall trees growing on the walls adjacent to the aviary pond in Kowloon Park.



In Hong Kong you will find interesting places to visit as:

-The Peak: One of the world’s most spectacular cityscapes.

-Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade: An architectural spectacle that is the Hong Kong Island skyline towering over the busy waters of Victoria Harbour.

-Kwai Fong/SoHo: Two of the most happening bar and restaurant areas in downtown Hong Kong.

-Lantau Island — Ngong Ping: Hong Kong’s largest outlying island with Buddhist architecture, a long sandy beach and a mall of shopping.


For general information about Hong Kong, visit the Hong Kong Tourism Board.

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