Hong Kong, a honeymoon paradise

Hong Kong was a British colony until 1997, accessible as much as it is eccentric. Bright lights, high traffic, modern glass and steel skyscrapers combined with traditional Chinese and colonial architecture. A port where small wooden sailboats bypass the huge international cargo ships. Because it is a dynamic and wonderful place, ideal for family holidays and honeymoons.

In fact, consisting of several islands, peninsulas and mainland areas for tourists.


Hong Kong, a honeymoon paradise
Hong Kong, a honeymoon paradise


Hong Kong Islands:

The Hong Kong Island is considered by many to be the heart of the region, home to famous places like Kwai Fong, Admiralty and Causeway Bay as well as the heart of the financial center it is definitely the place to be for this big city.

South Hong Kong Kowloon:

The Kowloon South Coast is seen, perhaps with a narrow horizon. As the best vantage point from which to view Hong Kong’s cityscape. This region has a lot to offer in itself. The beautiful Victoria Harbors are certified by the Guinness Book of Records as the most durable light and sound show on the planet and illuminate the Colons coast with countless bright rays. Shek Mei Mip State provides a glimpse of the palatial areas of the past with the beautiful architecture that was a feature of the area in the 1950s and 1960s. The southern Kowloon Peninsula is its most famous vantage point with countless jade shops, fortified stalls, bird markets and other crowded concessions. The area is not without shops and elegant restaurants; Tsim Sha Tsui is the touristy Jewish quarter where many shops, cafes, bars and other elegant destinations can be found.

Culture and history:

From cultural history to modern industry, exquisite eatery to bustling street stalls Hong Kong really has something to offer everyone. With its undulating volcanic geography, the surrounding landscape is both dramatic and beautiful and a favorite among hikers.  Why not go to one of the few pristine beaches. Such as Lantau and Cheung Chau, offer fine white sand and crystal clear water. These isolated oases of tranquility seem to be a million miles from the fast-paced city life. Especially for honeymooners, a trip to one of these remote communities will be the perfect complement to a busy city break. Hong Kong allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds. The city and the beach, but on a short boat ride between each other. This is the eclectic scenery of this gem in the Far East.

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