A compact guide to Hong Kong high pointsThe ideal resource for travelers planning a weekend stopover in the "gateway to China" en route to mainland destinationsThe best dining, attractions, and hotels, including room rates for single business travelersAn increasingly popular destination for Americans, with visits up 11 percent in January 2002 from the previous year
- Paperback | 186 pages
- 109.7 x 191.5 x 11.4mm | 136.08g
- 16 Jan 2014
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
- 2nd Revised edition
Table of contents
List of Maps.§1. Planning Your Trip to Hong Kong.§1 Visitor Information.§2 Entry Requirements & Customs.§3 Money.§4 When to Go.§Hong Kong Calendar of Events.§5 Health & Insurance.§6 Tips for Travelers with Special Needs.§7 Getting There.§2. Getting to Know Hong Kong.§1 Orientation.§Neighborhoods in Brief.§2 Getting Around.§Fast Facts: Hong Kong.§3. Where to Stay.§Choosing a Place to Stay.§1 Very Expensive.§2 Expensive.§3 Moderate.§4 Inexpensive.§5 Rock-Bottom Accommodations (Guesthouses & Youth Hostels).§4. Where to Dine.§1 Kowloon.§2 Central District.§3 Causeway Bay & Wan Chai.§4 Around Hong Kong Island.§5. Exploring Hong Kon g.§1 Hong Kong's Top Attractions.§2 Museums & Galleries.§3 Temples.§Life on the Water in Aberdeen.§4 Parks & Gardens.§5 An Amusement Park.§6 Organized Tours & Cultural Activities.§7 Outdoor Activities.§8 Spectator Sports.§9 Lantau.§6. Shopping.§1 The Shopping Scene.§A Shopping Warning.§2 Great Shopping Areas.§3 Shopping A to Z.§7. Hong Kong After Dark.§1 The Performing Arts.§2 The Club & Music Scene.§3 The Bar Scene.§4 Only in Hong Kong.§Index.§General Index.§Accommodations Index.§Restaurant Index.