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HKG Airport Address
Hong Kong Intl
1 Sky Plaza Rd, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Contact Number:-  +852 2181 8888
SHA Airport Address
China, Shanghai Shi, Changning, 200335, Shanghai
Contact Number:-  +86 21 3253 1090
Since its independence from the British in 1997 and acquiring a special status in China, Hong Kong has fast grown into a major global city. It's collection of islands and territories, filled with several attractions and fun activities have made it a huge tourist destination in South Asia. Hong Kong welcomes with an iconic skyline, a legendary kitchen, and lush, protected nature where rare birds and colourful traditions thrive. Hong Kong is perhaps one of the best examples of the growth of tourism in south Asia. It's skyline is one of the most iconic in the entire world, lit up at night with a spectrum of colours and the famous "Symphony of Lights" Lantau Island in particular is home to the famous Big Buddha, and the Ngong Ping 360, affording you some stunning views of the green island. The beauty of Hong Kong is not bound to that.
Nice to know - Hong Kong means Fragrant Harbor.
Things to see
Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha)
Hong Kong Disneyland
Chi Lin Nunnery
Nan Lian Garden
Hong Kong Museum of History
Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery
Hong Kong Park
Best time to visit: October to December (Autumn) is the best time to visit Hong Kong
Shanghai, on China’s central coast, is the country's biggest city and a global financial hub. Its heart is the Bund, a famed waterfront promenade lined with colonial-era buildings. Shanghai is among China's most important cities. It is the most populous city in China and also the most populous in the world. Shanghai: few cities in the world evoke so much history, excess, glamour, mystique and exotic promise in name alone. The Pudong area skyline is a testament to this dominance of Shanghai as China's financial centre, with some of the tallest structures in the world such as the Shanghai Tower, the Shanghai World Financial Centre and the Jin Mao Tower. This pronounced fusion of the ancient with constant progress and modernity make Shanghai one of the world's top most cities.
Nice to know - Shanghai is most famous for its Silk, Antiques, Porcelain, Chinese Painting and Calligraphy. All of which make excellent gifts and souvenirs to help keep the memories of your trip alive.
Things to see
The best time to visit Shanghai is in the spring and autumn.
March to May. Spring months in Shanghai are the best time to visit. This owes a lot to the Chinese weather. ¾Spring time is pleasant, with temperatures hovering around 20 degrees, making for a comfortable and pleasant stay.