China Travel >> Hongkong Travel >> Hong Kong is a free port, known as "shopping paradise" and the vast majority of the no-tariff goods from all over the world have shipped goods to the export markets, and some also lower than the country of origin. All over Hong Kong shopping malls, such as City Plaza, Sha Tin New Town Plaza, and so on, in addition to its large department stores, there are various types of shops and restaurants, and some more recreational facilities, shopping and leisure is a good place. Some industry to focus on hi, so customers have more choices. One such as computers and related products, Sham Shui Po MTR station near the "Golden" and "gold" the largest concentration of shopping centers. Cameras and household appliances in Mong Kok, Causeway Bay and more, but should have the credibility to the store (such as the Hong Kong Tourist Association affixed with a red logo to boat) or the purchase of large-scale department stores. Metal shop in Mong Kok MTR station to focus on the Canton Road Street, in paragraph three. Fa Yuen Street, Mong Kok Road to Prince Edward Road, is a fruit, fashion items and the vendors park. Argyle Street over the Tung Choi Street, a few paragraphs Street, is known for the "Ladies." And the Yau Ma Tei's Temple Street on both sides of the Tin Hau Temple similar. However, the latter in the evening and fortune-telling stalls and cooked food are mixed, near the temple more Cantonese Operatic Songs Concert Department, like the general public of a civilian nightclub.
Hong Kong has more than half of the population live in public housing, and a large proportion of people who are living in private housing estates in the industry since Zhiwu, Fan Xiao away from the urban area, and more in public transport along the New Territories. However, most of the hotels and guest houses, no matter what level, the most conveniently located in busy urban areas.
For visitors, there are a variety of types of accommodation options, there is a simple low-cost hotels, as well as expensive luxury six-star hotel. Most of the hotels in Hong Kong on Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula in the urban areas, and the New Territories and outlying islands there are many excellent choices. Most of the hotel located on Hong Kong Island's Central, Wan Chai, Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui on the Kowloon Peninsula and the Tsim Sha Tsui East. To avoid the busy downtown visitors can choose the hotel in the New Territories. Most hotels in Hong Kong to provide modern facilities including air-conditioning, Internet facilities.
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