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As one of China's largest cities and a former British colony, Hong Kong caters well for both holidaymakers and business travellers.
If you're travelling to Hong Kong there are some sites you shouldn't miss, such as the Big Buddha at the Po Lin monastery on Lantau Island. At 112ft tall, the Tian Tan Buddha statue rests on top of a three-platform altar. Visiting the Buddha is free, though if you want to go inside there is an admission fee.
Those travelling with families will want to make sure they visit Disneyland, which is also located on Lantau Island and offers four individual areas filled with rides and entertainments. With so much to see and do, the only problem may be actually planning the itinerary.
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Hong Kong hotels are welcoming and accommodating to all so it's easy to find a base from which to enjoy your stay...
The accommodation ranges from smaller, locally owned hotels to major high-end brands such as the Mandarin Oriental, the Shangri-La, Sheraton, W, Hyatt, Regal, the Four Seasons and Marco Polo. Those with a moderate budget will find familiar names such as Ibis, Novotel, Crown Plaza, Ramada, Renaissance and many more.
If you're interested in shopping, consider staying in the walled city of Kowloon, where most of the more luxurious hotels can be found. Nathan Road is a shopper's Mecca and Causeway Bay has endless department stores offering an amazing variety of goods.
There are plenty of shopping opportunities on Hong Kong Island and you may wish to stay here if you're planning on seeing many of Hong Kong's famous sites, such as The Peak or Ocean Park. If you want to spend a lot of time at the beach then you may want to look further afield and book a hotel on one of the smaller islands to minimise travel.
Things happen fast in Hong Kong, so keep your eyes peeled and take in the sights...
Top five attractions
The Peak Tower
This anvil-shaped viewing platform gives the best views of Hong Kong Harbour and the mountains beyond. The quickest access is by the Peak Tram, if you've got a head for heights.
Regarded as one of Hong Kong's premier attractions, this world-class aquarium is also home to an impressive zoo where you'll find giant pandas.
Temple Street Night Market
Let your senses run wild as you drift among the hypnotising spectacles of stalls, restaurants and entertainers that make this part of your trip a must-see.
A throw-back to Hong Kong's colonial heritage, this impressive tower was built to mark the opening of the Kowloon-Canton Railway Terminus.
Disneyland Hong Kong
If you're a fan of Disneyland, you'll kick yourself if you don't visit the Hong Kong version of the world's most famous theme park. It's guaranteed fun for the entire family.
Hong Kong enjoys its sense of fun and tradition, which is why there's always something happening here. Check out these top events...
Chinese New Year; February: Undoubtedly the biggest event of the year as Hong Kong goes wild with excitement. You can join in the fun just about anywhere, though be sure to catch the dragon dancers, the amazing display of fireworks and the night parade, which takes place in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Hong Kong Sevens; March/April: Each year the Hong Kong Stadium hosts one of the world's great sporting events, where top rugby union teams from across the world battle it out - seven-against-seven - for big prize money.
Dragon Boat Carnival; June: The elaborately decorated boats provide the sport for what has become an adored sight in this part of the world. Food, drink and celebrating are as much a part of the event as the racing.