Hong Kong Tour and Holiday Packages

Hong Kong is part of China as a special administrative region. The population comprises Cantonese, Shanghainese, British, Indians, and Jews. Cantonese is the largest majority. Thus, Cantonese and Chinese concepts prevail in Hong Kong's culture. Hong Kong is very cosmopolitan with the fusion of Asian and European culture and higher education. Face (The Concept of Face) refers to a person's esteem and reputation in the Chinese culture of Hong Kong. People value losing face (insult and humiliation) and giving face (sincere compliment). An individual's face reflects positively or negatively about the prestige of the entire family.

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Hong Kong is one of the safest destinations. It shows a low crime rate and excellent standards of healthcare. Hong Kong police have carried out crime prevention operations to prevent robberies and other petty crimes. Violent crimes are rare. Be extra careful at crowded places (markets, public transport) and tourist spots to prevent pickpocketing and street theft.
Victoria Peak, Hong Kong Disneyland, Ocean Park, Victoria Harbour, Lantau Island, Tian Tan Buddha, Ngong Ping 360, The Peak Tram and Avenue of stars are the top places in the list of to-do things in Hong Kong.
Bird flu, foodborne, waterborne, and other infectious diseases such as the ongoing outbreak of respiratory coronavirus may affect you. Drink purified bottled water, avoid raw or undercooked food. Avoid products from animals (uncooked meat), animals, and animal markets. In the aftermath of coronavirus, all departing or transiting passengers have to undergo health tests. Passengers with pyrexia(fever) will not be allowed to board their flight until they test negative for it.
Hong Kong-style milk tea, Cart noodle, Pineapple bun, Egg waffle, Pork chop bun, Yuenyeung, Mango pomelo sago, Cha siu bao & Egg tart are the most popular local foods & drinks in Hong Kong.
Express train, bus, and taxi are available at Hong Kong Airport for a transfer to the city center covering 34 kilometers. You can rent a car and drive it to your destination without a driver.
January i9s the coldest winter month in Hong Kong when its average temperature is 17°C and it falls below O°C in northern New Territory and Tai Mo Shan due to north wind. During the wet season, if you wash clothes, it will take three days for clothes to dry. High-tech fabrics that dry quickly are the best to carry on the Hong Kong trip.
In order to obtain a tourist visa on arrival for Hong Kong, Indian passport holders have to first complete Hong Kong pre-arrival registration form with their passport details before landing in Hong Kong for 14 days or less. Applicants must answer one of the pre-defined identification questions suggested during the registration. Passport validity should be at least six months. After submission of the form, the result will display instantly on the screen. Take a print out of the pre-arrival registration certificate on A4 paper to show at the Hong Kong airport upon arrival. You can check the status of the Hong Kong online visa after registration.
Red Taxis cover the route of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Blue Taxis in Hong Kong run for New territories i.e. area of land above Kowloon. Blue Taxi carries the passenger from Airport to Lantau Island. Tourists in a hurry or with a lot of luggage can reach the city in 40 minutes in a cab (Hong Kong Airport Transfer). Choose the cab as per your destination because taxis ply to their designated areas only. You may have to pay a surcharge for luggage and toll bridges.