Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a melting pot of cultures. With some of the worlds most iconic skylines, towering mountains, a glittering harbor, and neon lights galore, there are so many secrets to uncover when exploring the city.


From getting an octopus card to where to find the best dim sum, there are a few things you need to know before your trip.

While Hong Kong is administered by China, it enjoys SAR status which means that some of the restrictions that apply on the mainland don’t apply in Hong Kong. So you probably won’t need a visa to visit if you’re coming from Western Europe, Southeast Asia, and the Americas!


Always check visa requirements before booking your flights in case anything has changed for your nationality!

There’s a good chance you’ve seen Hong Kong’s famous Choi Hung Estate basketball court all over Instagram. It’s located in Choi Hung Estate which is one of the oldest public housing estates in the city.


The only problem is that it’s not the easiest location to find.  The exact location is 2 Tse Wai Ave, Ngau Chi Wan, Hong Kong and I’d recommend using Google Maps to map a route from where you’re staying

Hong Kong is home to delicious Michelin restaurants and street food. But what it’s most famous for is its traditional dim sum.


It’s a Chinese dish that is served in a small steamer basket with a variety of fillings. My favorite spot in Hong Kong for gourmet dim sum is Yum Cha!


Hong Kong is an incredible city to explore, especially for solo female travelers! With so much to see and do and attractions for every budget, it’s not hard to see why it’s one of the most visited destinations in the world!

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