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Bali: Lifestyle and Culture

Hong Kong is an ambitious business hub, but that’s certainly not all. Once you start to find your way around the city you will be able to catch a glimpse of the other side to Hong Kong. It has a mix of different cultural influences, a thriving culinary scene and plenty of arts venues where you can experience something a bit different.

Hong Kong also has great nightlife. It’s a busy city so naturally there are lots of bars and clubs to party the night away. The nightlife here caters to every taste, whether you want to go clubbing, have a quiet drink or sample a local bar. It’s also a great city to go shopping in, with a wide range of shopping outlets and experiences. From busy markets where you can grab a bargain to upmarket departments stores and large shopping centres. Be sure to check out the Temple Street night market.

In recent years Hong Kong’s culinary scene has become even better established. There are 10,000 different restaurants to choose from offering a vast array of international cuisines. From budget Chinese eateries, street food and plenty of high-end restaurants, there really is something for everyone. If you are feeling brave you can try some of the very unusual local delicacies such as snake soup and jellyfish.

For those looking for a cultural holiday there are many museums, concert halls and arts venues to visit. The Hong Kong Museum is the ideal place to learn about the history of this fascinating city.