Hong Kong Holidays

The region of southern China known fondly as ‘Honkers’ has an intriguing history and a blindingly bright future – this global powerhouse shows no signs of slowing down! ‘Multiple personalities’ is a phrase often used to describe Hong Kong.


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Johannesburg to Hong Kong return from R7,480* return from R17,050* return from R19,860*
Cape Town to Hong Kong return from R7,480* return from R17,490* return from R25,550*
Durban to Hong Kong return from R7,480* return from R17,480* return from R28,090*

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Hong Kong

The region of southern China known fondly as ‘Honkers’ has an intriguing history and a blindingly bright future – this global powerhouse shows no signs of slowing down! ‘Multiple personalities’ is a phrase often used to describe Hong Kong. A British colony for close to 150 years, Hong Kong is a perfect example of ‘east meets west’.

More than seven million people pack the harbour city, from the populous peninsula of Kowloon to the rugged New Territories perched above. Markets and malls aplenty mean you’ll have no trouble laying down your Hong Kong dollar, but there are temples and shrines galore too if you’re more in the mood for cultural riches.

More than seven million people pack the harbour city, from the populous peninsula of Kowloon to the rugged New Territories perched above. Markets and malls aplenty mean you’ll have no trouble laying down your Hong Kong dollar, but there are temples and shrines galore too if you’re more in the mood for cultural riches. Hong Kong's shopping and restaurant scenes are world renowned, but there's more to do in this eclectic city than simply get your fill. If you only tick off one top attraction in Hong Kong, it should be "the Peak".

Catch the Peak Tram (running since 1888) up to the highest point on Hong Kong Island to admire the stunning view across the harbour, all the way out to Kowloon and the New Territories.

For colour, bustle and bargain, go to the Ladies' Market on Tung Choi Street to peruse the many market stalls. Hong Kong Disneyland is a family adventure waiting to happen on Lantau Island. While here, you can enjoy an experience at the other end of the spectrum, by visiting the Po Lin Monastery and 'big Buddha'.

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