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Some notes before leaving
Preparing for yourself available Octopus Card which saves money as well as using it on the bus, train and even in convenience stores anymore (you have to recharge before). This card will help you save a lot more time in the queue and exchange money.
Using the ship MTR – has a useful MRT map at each stop, giving you more details of areas around the station. You make sure that you come out the correct entrance to save time because there are many far ways.
You also go by taxi if you think necessary. Hong Kong sometimes is very hot that can make suffocate, but has the affordable price, faster and most important is air-condition. If you need to cross the port by taxi, you should call a taxi by using his arm under undulating waves. You should also know that having some taxis do not want to run pass the port.
If you need to cross the port by taxi, you should call a taxi by using his arm under undulating waves. You should also know that having some taxis do not want to run pass the port.
There are three tunnels connecting Hong Kong Island to Kowloon. Centre Tunnel (Central) is the cheapest but also the most numerous vehicles, tunnel in the West and East (Eastern / Western) are more expensive but faster and take less time also.
When traveling escalator, go up / down on the left side and stood on the right side, if not, the people in around areas will be extremely upset with you (because you’re obstructing their path)
Usually, you do not pay gratuities. Most restaurants automatically add a 10% service charge into your bill. So you do not have to pay extra for anything else.
If you want to eat in a “luxury” restaurant but worry about the price, try to eat at lunchtime, a lot of restaurants have set lunch with more affordable price.
The 7-11 stores are located everywhere, is a quite reasonable option to buy drinks.
In the local restaurants, you ask carefully restrictions on food and check carefully with the staff before ordering. Often even vegetable dishes are also cooked with animal’s oil. Here are the details guides for Hong Kong itinerary 3 days.
Hong Kong 3 day itinerary — Day 1: The first day
Mong Kok is one of the region’s which have density population but not downhearted. This is a paradise for those who love shopping. This district has all things what you want to buy, from the shoes to items in the house, to all Western brands and luxury and more expensive goods.
An interesting feature of this area, all the roads here looks like to sell a specific kind of good. The Beautiful and most interesting place is the flower market, golden fish street, and birds. Here has Ladies Market also – Market for the girls. Market Street is filled with the electronics stores and other types of souvenirs. Even if you do not intend to buy anything, Mong Kok is also a great area to explore and experience, is a typical part of bustling urban life.
Focus on the Dundas is a large number of food shops with many kinds of street foods. Before buying any expensive item such as electronic, shoes, make sure that you checked the cost of nearly other shops, it is very useful for getting a reasonable price. For going out of those shops, finding items which you bought carefully in order to ensure for your money spending
The expected time: From 1 to 2 hours
The flower market road
Located in Mongkok, The flower market road is the itinerary to Hong Kong you can’t miss. The local people often come here to buy flowers and other trees. It is especially crowded on holidays when many types of traditional trees are sold to bring luck and symbolize wealth and fortune.
Here also has the beautiful orchid trees, the flowers and the trees are bending with all kinds of sizes and shapes. Although there is not anything to do much here, this is a great place for you to take pictures and soak in the atmosphere characterized Hong Kong.
Expected time: less than 1 hour
Location: Hong Lok Street, Yuen Long District, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Opening hours: Daily From 7 am to 7 pm
Hong Kong Museum of History
This museum does its main job is very excellent as- recording the entire history of Hong Kong. From the prehistoric periods to the ancient Chinese dynasties, throughout from the moment, the city was born until today. Museum utilizes deep-range pictures, documents, and short data, along with a variety of medias so that visitors can participate in as well as communicate with everything, bring a fresh feeling and keep people to be entertained also.
Admission fee is very reasonable here, but also get free admission every Wednesday, too. But this museum doesn’t open on Tuesdays.
Expected time: From 2 to 3 hours
Location: 100 S Chatham Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Opening hours: Monday from 10 am to 6 pm, Wednesday to Friday: from 10 am to 6 pm, Saturday and Sunday: from 10 am to 7 pm
Kowloon West Promenade
This is an alternative method for “Avenue of the Stars” (Avenue of the Stars) in Tsim Sha Tsui. This quiet place provides to you Hong Kong harbor scene but not has the noisy crowd, as well as the car to take passengers. You can go for a stroll, enjoy the sunset while looking at the lights at the port is turned on also. Or if the weather permits, you also buy some food from the Elements shopping mall nearby, then come here for camping on the lawn and enjoy the beautiful urban landscape.
Elements shopping mall has a ThreeSixty grocery store as well as many choices for other foods to bring which you can ready to go camping. This is also a good place for you to watch the laser show “A Symphony of Lights” at the port, starting at 8 pm each day.
Expected time: less than 1 hour
Location: Russia Cheung Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Ozone bar in Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
Ozone – Ritz Carlton is located on the 118 floor of the International Commerce Center (ICC), and currently, holds the position as the highest bar in the world. From here, you spoiled for viewing the panoramic view of harbor Hong Kong and Kow Loon peninsula anymore.
This place is extremely crowded on weekends. So you should call firstly to ask if there is a waiting list or not. If you want to book a table, you have to take a few minutes; depending on that day is which day. But this bar is quite expensive; drinks have the cost from 100 dollars.
Expected time: From 1 to 2 hours
Location: 118 / F, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
Lan Kwai Fong
With a large number of the crowd and a lively atmosphere (especially on Friday and Saturday), Lan Kwai Fong is the center of nightlife in Hong Kong. Originally, it just a small square, bars and restaurants has now reached outside. You will be able to find a pretty amazing mix of foreigners living in Hong Kong, tourists and students in the crowd who are having the party but also depends on the bar that you will come again. There are many bars and restaurants having a special night with free drinks for women (usually on Thursday night)
Expected time: From 2 to 3 hours (or more time if you love the night entertainment activities)
You can also spend the first day to visit one of the largest parks in Hong Kong: Disneyland or Ocean Park. Explore more: