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Hong Kong Hotels has partnered with a variety of travel suppliers throughout Asia to be able to bring you the LOWEST RATES AVAILABLE on the internet for your hotel room. We have several people dedicated only to researching the internet to check in on the competition. If, somehow, a lower rate has slipped through, we take it personally.

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Q: When is the best time to see Hong Kong?
A: Hong Kong is an all-year-round destination, although the most popular time to visit is from the middle of September to the end of February, when the weather is cooler. At its coolest (mid-December to February), the temperature averages 59F/17C; at its warmest (late May to mid-September), it averages 82F /23C but may reach 91F/26C.
 
Q: Do I need a visa to visit Hong Kong?
A: Visitors from most countries can enter Hong Kong without a visa for periods of 7 days to 6 months, depending on nationality.
 
Q: What vaccinations should I have?
A: Normally, no vaccinations are required by the Hong Kong authorities. However, visitors should check with their travel agent when making reservations, as health regulations may change without notice.
 
Q: Where is the best area to stay?
A: Hong Kong is compact, so visitors are never too far from shopping and major sights. Also, Hong Kong has an excellent transportation system so visitors can easily reach other areas, no matter where they stay. Most hotels are located in the heart of the city, such as in Central, Wan Chai and Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island and in Tsim Sha Tsui and Tsim Sha Tsui East in Kowloon. There is also a growing number of resort-style hotels in the New Territories which offer relaxing alternatives.
 
Q: How much is the airport tax on departure from Hong Kong?
A: Along with most Asian destinations, Hong Kong charges an airport tax. Here, it is HK$80 (about US$10.26) for travellers aged 12 years and older.
 
Q: Will I be expected to pay tips?
A: Most restaurants will levy a 10 per cent service charge, but will expect to be given some loose change. Restaurants that don't add a service charge will expect a 10 per cent tip. However, the tipping is left to your discretion. Bellboys, porters, restroom attendants and taxi drivers will happily accept loose change.
 
Q: Will I be able to use my electrical equipment in Hong Kong?
A: Voltage in Hong Kong is 220 volts, so a transformer will be needed to operate 100-volt appliances. Most major hotels provide hair dryers and other amenities.
 
Q: What can one expect to eat and drink in Hong Kong?
A: To enjoy Chinese dining at its best, visitors may want to become acquainted with provincial Chinese cuisines by reading up on them before arriving in Hong Kong. Some of the dishes will be familiar and some won't. When in doubt about what to order, ask the waiter for recommendations. In addition to Chinese restaurants, there is a great variety of Asian and Western dining available. Both Asian and Western beverages are widely served; tap water is purified.
 
Q: Is Hong Kong safe for the visitor?
A: Yes, Hong Kong is one of the safest cities in the world even at night, when people may walk alone with confidence.
 
Q: Is English widely spoken?
A: Very widely spoken. There will be no problems in communicating with people in most hotels, restaurants and even some taxis.
   
 
 
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