Everything You Need To Know About Hong Kong Travel Trip!

Travelling is a fun thing to do if you know about the place well before you reach there. As when you are aware of positive things and negative things about a new country you will be able to adjust easily. Therefore, if you are planning to travel to HongKong then this is the right place where you will get some great insight about the country.

Hong Kong has a population of 7,445,485 recorded until 2 Feb 2018. There are varied different cultures of people such as Chinese folk religion, Buddhism, Taoism, Irreligion, or Atheism. You will find the different majority of people following a different religion, such as only 6.5% of people follow Protestantism, 5.1% of people follow Catholicism, 4.1% of people follow Islam, 1.3% of people follow Hinduism, and only 0.2% of people follow Sikhism.

You should know English and Chinese in order to communicate with the locals. And make sure you convert your currency into HongKong Dollar (HKD) to make the payment and spend money.

Some Useful Prices of Useful Commodities

  • To try the Beer you need to have HK$10 to HK$25.
  • To drink coffee you should own HK$27 to HK$40.
  • If you want to enjoy the Restaurant Food then you should have at least HK$42 with you.
  • The price of water bottle ranges between HK$10 and HK$20.
  • To buy a Phone Sim Card in HongKong, you need HK$30 and more.
  • To enjoy the food at street make sure you have HK$35 to HK$70.

With these price guides, you could surely survive in HongKong easily and also manage your expenses there.

What Food Should You Try In Hong Kong?

  • Sweet and Sour Pork

This dish is very popular among HongKong residents as it is made with delicious flavours. The deep-fried pork dish is made with sugar, vinegar and rice and served with pineapple sauce. It is liked by all the locals and by the tourists too.

  • Dim Sum

This dish compromises of small an amount of finely chopped shoots and porks which is wrapped in thinly rolled pieces of wheat dough.

  • Wonton

Wonton is a dish famous in HongKong made by spreading a square wrapper of dough, filled with juicy pork and prawn/shrimp. This is again a must try dish.

  • Roast Goose

The dish contains all the essential ingredients in it that make it savour in taste, it has a variety of roasted meat, made by roasting geese with seasoning in a charcoal furnace. Try it and get served with delicious plum sauce.

  • Wind Sand Chicken

It’s basically deep-fried flavour crispy chicken contains plenty of enticing fried garlic. It will be a sure treat for all the foodies.

  • Shrimp and Chicken Balls

The small in size chicken balls made with finely chopped meat and kneaded into balls coasted in Chinese noodles and dresses with cilantro and ginger.

Try out these mesmerizing foods in HongKong and make your stay even worthier.

What weather to expect on your HongKong trip?

If you are planning to travel between May to September then you will experience the Dry Season of temperature about 31 degrees Celsius.

Or, if you are planning a vacation from December to February then you will experience cold weather of about 10 degree Celsius.

Therefore, the best time to travel to HongKong is between March to April and October to November.

Which Top Spots to visit in HongKong?

Here are five places which you must surely visit on your trip!

  1. Victoria Peak
  2. The Big Buddha
  3. Ocean Park
  4. HongKong Disneyland
  5. Clock Tower

These five places are very famous in HongKong and most of the travellers love to travel here to have fun.

What things should you DO in HongKong?

  • Always carry your Octopus Card with you for travelling and for shopping at different places.
  • Speak to the locals of HongKong in a soft tone and language.
  • When you are on road make sure you do not block the road and paths.
  • When in a hotel, treat your service staff with politeness.

What things should you AVOID to do?

  • Avoid smoking in restaurants, bars, public parks, or beaches.
  • Avoid drinking or eating in the MTR
  • When you take a tax, do not forget to wear the seatbelts.
  • While walking or when at a public place, do not bump or push people.
  • When you are on the local streets, do not little or spit on the ground.

Hopefully, you will have a great time in HongKong with the help of this detailed travel guide.

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