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This former British Colony in southeastern China is a bucket-list ticking destination choice for many!  From the region’s Hong Kong Disneyland, or Ocean Park, for the traveller who’s still a kid inside, to the exciting top-mountain lookout point that is Victoria Peak and of course island getaways like Lamma Island, Lantau Island and Cheung Chau Islet. 

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Shopping opportunities abound in Hong Kong with its different forms of shopping regions from The Peak Tower to the street markets of Tung Choi Street or Stanley Markets, the night time markets of Temple Street and Tsim Sha Tsui as well as all the way to Hong Kong’s Central City packed with skyscrapers and multi-storey malls. In addition to shopping, travellers can find a myriad of entertainment options in various districts. Explore the buzzing city of Mong Kok, known for its many food stalls and quirky booths offering visitors everything from clothing to fortune tellers!

If it’s a bit of history and culture you seek, Hong Kong is brimming with old buildings or structures. Visit Lan Kwai Fong to learn about pre-Second World War vendors and businesses who operated there. Check out The Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, as well as the Po Lin Monastery for stunning Buddhist statues and architecture.

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From its earliest days as a British colony, when China’s Qing dynasty government was defeated in 1842, Hong Kong became part of the international trade and marketplace.  A diverse heritage, Hong Kong offers a rich blend of cultures and languages, thanks to its colonial history and its high level of cultural acceptance means that multiple religious places of worship from joss houses to mosques, churches and synagogues are not far from one another. 

Hong Kong: Facts & Information


Hong Kong is mostly a sub-tropical climate with four distinct seasons. Spring is from the months of March to May with an average temperature of 17C – 26C. Summer runs from June to August. with temperatures averaging 26C – 31C. Autumn is from September to November with temperatures within 19C – 28C. Winter temperatures are 12C – 20C (Dec. to Feb.).


Hong Kong is generally a safe destination. We recommend all travellers purchase travel insurance. Hong Kong has world-class hospitals providing and any traveller that requires accident and emergency services can seek treatment in the city’s public hospitals for a fee. Regardless if they can pay immediately or not, a patient will always be treated.


While some vaccines may be recommended when travelling around Asia – WHO recommends travellers be up to date with their Tetanus, Diphtheria and Hepatitis A & Hepatitis B shots – there aren’t any known ailments or endemic diseases where there is a need for a particular immunisation required for travel.

In general, prior to departure for any vacation, it’s always best to speak with your physician, who knows your medical history, and can assess any risks involved with your intended destination.

Currency & Customs

The currency in Hong Kong is known as the Hong Kong Dollar. Canadian travellers may enter Hong Kong for up to three months without a visa, provided their Canadian passport is valid a minimum of one month past the date of their return. Visitors must show proof of a return or onward ticket as well as proof that they have adequate funds for the duration of their stay in Hong Kong.


The standard electrical voltage in Hong Kong is 220 volts AC, 50Hz. It is recommended for certain appliances such as hair dryers and straighteners to bring both a plug adapter and converter. For newer electronics such as tablets or smartphones, a plug adapter may only be needed as the voltage could automatically adjust (best to seek advice from an electronic or gadget specialist).


Most the locals speak a dialect of Chinese called Cantonese, although English is widely understood as well. All official signs and public transport announcements are bilingual.

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