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Hong Kong

Brief Introduction:
Hong Kong, one of the world's most popular tourist destinations, and a true economic powerhouse, was once just a small fishing village on the edge of the South China Sea.
Various dynasties laid claim to the region throughout the early centuries, turning Hong Kong into a successful trading center and military outpost. 

Hong Kong is strategically located at the mouth of the Pearl River Delta in Southern China. It is within a few hours' flight from all major cities in East and Southeast Asia, including Beijing, Shanghai, Tokyo, Seoul, and Singapore.

The Hong Kong climate is sub-tropical, meaning it has four distinct seasons, although at times the weather can be more similar to a warmer and wetter tropical climate.

Best time to go:
Hong Kong's peak tourist season used to be in spring and fall, but now tourists come to Hong Kong virtually year-round, especially from neighboring mainland China.

 Hotel Options

Kowloon Shangri-la Hotel 
-Situated in the Tsim Sha Tsui East District, the hotel offers access to the best of Hong Kong's shopping and entertainment
-Excellent top class hotel
-35 minutes from the airport
-Family room with babysitting service

InterContinental Hong Kong Hotel
-A top world-class hotel in Kowloon’s Tsim Sha Tsui business, entertainment and shopping district
-45 minutes from the airport
-Outdoor pool with babysitting service

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
-Located on Victoria Harbour
-Luxury five star hotel
-45 minutes from the airport

 Flight schedule

There are a lot of flight options from Shanghai to Hong Kong. We can check the flight schedule and availability as per your request.


Tips for Families
Hong Kong is a great place for older kids, since many of the attractions are geared towards them and even offer discounts for children, sometimes as much as 50%. Public transportation is half price for children. As for very young children, keep in mind that there are many stairs to climb, particularly in Central Hong Kong with its elevated walkways, and in subway stations, making child backpack carriers easier than strollers. Also, young children may not be welcome at finer restaurants.

Many hotels allow children under a certain age (usually 11 and under but occasionally up to 18) to stay free of charge in their parent's room. Generally, only one child is allowed, or there's a maximum limit of three people per room and no extra charge only when no extra bed is required. Baby cots are usually free of charge, and many hotels also offer babysitting but for a hefty fee.

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