Hong Kong

You could spend your morning shopping in a snazzy mall, enjoy lunch on a family friendly restaurant boat in Aberdeen and spend the afternoon on a beach with your toes in the sand.Finishing off the day with high tea picnic on the beach, in the form of Thai nibbles from a rustic cafe.

As Kiddycation's current home city, we have the pleasure of exploring this amazing place on a daily basis. There is so much to do here, and it is so compact. Hong Kong has three specific areas, Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories. Hong Kong Island is the mental image most people conjure up when you mention Hong Kong. Home to the fabulous skyline, jaw dropping skyscrapers, a scattering of colonial buildings (made to look even quainter due to their positioning flanked by skyscrapers either side) hop on and off tram's and quaint dim sum cafe's.


The North of Hong Kong Island is busy, efficient and an exhilarating place to visit. Not so buggy friendly, but the many red taxi's do help.The South of the island can be world's away from this. Home to country parks, deserted beaches and plenty of family friendly fun.

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The Serious Stuff

Taxis (red and green), MTR,Trams, the Star Ferry,bus and mini bus.
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Getting you through the various airports with your senses intact.


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Four Seasons-cool but dry winter,wet and warm spring, hot and humid summer, warm autumn.