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What to do in Hong Kong
What to do in Hong Kong
For the most updated tourist information, please visit the website of the Hong Kong Tourism Board at www.discoverhongkong.com
We strongly recommend you to stay in Hong Kong for a few more days after the 39th ICDPPC to celebrate the National Day of the People’s Republic of China (1 October 2017) and the Mid-Autumn Festival (4 October 2017).
National Day of the People’s Republic of China
On the National Day of the People’s Republic of China, you can enjoy the spectacular firework with the beautiful night scene at the Victoria Harbour as well as a host of celebration activities: http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/eo/territoryevents/fireworks/2017_national_day_fireworks.html
The Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional Chinese Festival and is considered to be one of the most important festivals of the year for the Chinese. As the round shape symbolises unity in the Chinese culture, the full moon stirs these ancient sentiments, which are embodied in the way the Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated since the early Tang dynasty (618–907). You can enjoy mooncakes (a pastry that is infused with embedded egg yolks and lotus seed paste), lantern displays and also fire dragon dance during the festival.
Visiting Neighboring Cities
Within easy reach of Hong Kong are some of China’s most fascinating destinations; where an ethnically diverse, historically rich and naturally beautiful part of the world awaits.
Shenzhen is located in Guangdong province, adjacent to Hong Kong and bordering Dongguan city and Huizhou city. As China’s first Special Economic Zone, Shenzhen’s pleasant climate and picturesque coastal and mountain scenery have turned it into an attractive travel destination, which earned a place on The New York Times’ list of the world's 31 must-visit destinations. It is also a major transport hub for travellers entering and departing China. Click here to learn more about “Travel in Shenzhen”.
Most foreign nationals require a visa to enter China. Visas should be obtained from the Embassy or Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in the applicant’s country before departing to Mainland China. A standard China tourist visa can be obtained for a single entry, double entries or multiple entries. Other visas such as business visas or working visas are also available. For details, please contact your nearest Chinese embassy or consulate.
Seamlessly blending Portuguese and Chinese culture, Macau is a city of unique charm, exemplified by the UNESCO World Heritage site status of its historic centre. Dramatically contrasting with the centre’s old-world charm are the city’s world-class hotels and resorts, expansive tourism and entertainment facilities, luxurious shopping malls and state-of-the-art convention and exhibition venues. Visit Macao Government Tourism Office to get more information
Visitors to Macau Special Administrative Region may need to possess a entry permit or visa for entry. Please see further details here for visa requirement.