The sky kissing skyscrapers, cheering neon lights and the bustling crowds can be a delightful experience for some but can also be a frenetic visit for many. The enormous number of places and mammoth amount of activities to choose from makes it difficult to decide what to do and what not to do in Hong Kong. Hong Kong is a fusion of the eastern and the western culture. Almost every district in Hong Kong can be considered as a tourist destination.
Don’t Be A Snail
Hong Kongers are fast doers and walkers. Try not to walk slow and block anyone’s way as this will surely leave the locals irritated. Whether in restaurants or in public transport try to match the pace and manners of the local population.
Don’t Only Travel In Taxis Or M.T.R.
Opting for local buses for travelling is cheaper than taxis and also gives a better view of the place than M.T.Rs. Also don’t forget to take the ferries. Travel by ferries for an awesome boating experience and beautiful scenery watching. Try double decker trams for exploring Hong Kong. Trams will provide you the experience of a bygone era and a slow relaxed city tour.
Don’t Shop Only In Malls
Hong Kong has a plethora of malls but that does not mean that you shop only in malls. Try shopping locally. There are tons of shops in Square Street, Tai Ping Shan and Chateau Zoobeetle. These shops will be easy on your pocket and will give you an insight of the local culture. Don’t forget to bargain.