Hong Kong is a self-governing territory having exuberant skyscrapers, the most popular Disneyland, unforgettable experience of peak tram and worthy shopping experience. Hong Kong is one of the most dynamic urban communities on the planet. It’s an ideal mix of east and west, innovation and culture, solid wilderness and genuine wilderness!
It’s an electrifying city which never stops like New York. Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region of China and influenced by the British as it was formerly a British colony. Hong Kong is comprised of Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories, and more than 200 seaward or distant islands (the biggest of which is Lantau Island).
The official language is Chinese. People of Hong Kong is mostly conversant in Cantonese. 96 percent of people enunciate in this language. Cantonese is also popular in Macau, adjacent to Hong Kong and connected by ferry service. It’s better to learn some of its phrases which are given below:
Helpful Cantonese phrases
Hello: Néih hóu
Thank you: M?h’g?i
Excuse me (to get attention): M?h’hóu yisi
I’m sorry: Deui-m?h-jyuh
How much: Géid? chín a?
Is there someone here who speaks English?: n? douh yáuh móuh yàhn s?k góng Y?ngmán a?
Help!: Gau mehn
Hong Kong suffused with its cultural and historical background. On the other hand, it has forest-covered mountains, hiking trails, beautiful beaches, islands, and traditional fishing villages.
Things to do in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Skyline
Big Buddha ( Tian Tan Buddha statue)
Wong Tai Sin Temple
Repulse Bay and the Beaches
Temple Street Night Market
Hong Kong Disneyland
Dragan’s Back High
Macau is adjacent to Hong Kong and connected by ferry service.