Travelling solo can be your life’s most amazing experience, full of adventure and fun. You don’t need to follow someone’s schedule or eat, shop, drink according to their mood or choice. Solo travel is all about personal growth and introspection. Mostly people prefer challenging destinations for trips, but it’s equally good to just relax and chill in a destination like Hong Kong, with its beautiful weather and great food.
However, when planning solo travel, it’s very important to read and research about a proper guide to the respective destination. And we’re saving you from a lot of research by providing you a solo travel guide to Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Has Got Almost Everything:
Hong Kong has got a lot of diversity. You will find a mixture of East and West here. Hong Kong also suits all budgets. Even if you have got low budget, you can easily fulfill your travel goals in this city. If you are on solo trip, it automatically means less expenses, and live like a real tourist in small hotels which exploring the city at its best.
Hong Kong is filled with wonderful attractions, so you better gear up for a lot of wandering and exploring because the city has something for everyone.
Here are a few locations you should see when on a solo travel at this wonderful city:
- Hong Kong Space Museum: This is really an amazing museum with a great collection of artifacts. You can also watch 3D documentaries regarding the different elements and planets in the universe.
- Ngong Ping: It’s a Cable Car which takes you to Big Buddha, a famous temple of Hong Kong. It will also take you to experience the beautifully scenic views of the city while on your way to the temple.
- Tai O: A fishing village, Tai O is situated on a river mouth. Houses are built on the river and its narrow lanes are filled with fish shops and other shops of day-to-day items.
- Clock Tower: This Tower is 44 metres long. It serves as a memorable landmark for the millions of Chinese who struggled and started their new lives in Hong Kong.
- Temple Street Market: It’s the busiest flea market at Hong Kong. The Temple Street Night Market is famous with both locals and tourists and it’s common to see a bustling crowd here after dusk.
- Hong Kong Disneyland: It’s the first themed park in Hong Kong and is the fifth magic Kingdom Style Park. Visit this park and live your childhood dream.
Where To Stay:
Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island, both areas offer a wide range of luxurious hotels with great views. Hong Kong Island offers outdoor dining and most popular sites. Here is a list of some hotels, you can choose according to your budget and convenience:
- The Peninsula Hong Kong
- The Langham
- Conrad Hong Kong
- Eaton Hong Kong
- Nathan Hotel
- Bonham All Suite Hotel
- Maple Leaf Guest House
- Bishop Lie International House
- Mini Hotel Central
Hong Kong is one of the safest places for tourists. Anyone can plan a solo travel to Hong Kong and have the most memorable trip of their life. The city offers a lot than luxury shopping and glamour. A visit to this city includes seaside views, architecture, beaches, shopping, fishing villages and much more! We hope our guide can be of use for you when visiting this destination.
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