Hong Kong Travel Guide
- Narrated by: Kevin Kollins
- Length: 2 hrs and 13 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 20-06-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Hong Kong Travel Guides
Whether it is business or leisure bringing you to Hong Kong, you will find something suitable for your tastes. With a plethora of shopping arcades and skyscrapers in the business district, the city lures travelers from all over the world. If you are looking for a relaxing break with your family, quiet retreat or a honeymoon, Hong Kong is a great destination. The city is safe, and since it offers numerous attractions for people of all ages, no wonder it is one of the most sought after destinations in China.
Hong Kong brings you unlimited fun and a variety of things to do. Whether you choose to go temple hopping or laze on the beaches, you will experience Hong Kong at its best. One of the best times to visit the city is during the colorful festivals as the celebrations last for several days, featuring fireworks, street parades, lots of dancing and drinking.
Chinese New Year is one of the most awaited times of the year, and the entire country celebrates this festival with pomp and show. If you love shopping, you would not want to miss the Fashion Week that is held in February every year.
If you are interested in sightseeing, then you may choose to opt for the Hong Kong tours that include sightseeing in their itinerary. You can visit the numerous historic buildings, iconic monuments, and beaches. The city also has a lot of interesting tourist areas mainly for recreation.
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Angela Engalla on 10-10-17
Don’t waste your time
Well, that’s an hour of my life I won’t get back; that was as much as I could bear.
I think someone collected up a handful of attraction leaflets, translated them from Chinese literally word for word, and then had a robot read them aloud.
It jumps from one subject to another then back again, covering nothing in any detail at all, except the absolutely *excruciating* lists of exhibits in several museums. I like museums but I was losing the will to live. I could feel my brain shutting down, like ‘suicide by guide book’.
Then a change of tempo - it seems that my HK tourism guide book was asking me where the writer - and I use the term loosely - thinks he should study martial arts. The answer incidentally is Brazil, because if the ‘fatness’ of the ‘asses’ of the girls in g-string bikinis.
I’ve never burnt a book in my life but if this was a hard copy I would make an exception.
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By Paul Roos on 28-06-16
The travel guide of everyone who wanted to go to Hong Kong. Everyone would enjoy a travel to Hong Kong through using this travel guide because this is the only travel guide I have bought so far to have lists of good-looking hotels, buildings, beaches, iconic monuments and the like. So, get this Hong Kong travel guide right now.
By Ngoc Hank on 28-06-16
The attractions of Hong Kong like the lovely temples, beautiful and clean beaches, overabundance shopping arcades, interesting and amazing skyscrapers that were designed artistically were well narrated in this Hong Kong travel guide. Anyone who could hear the narration about Hong Kong will probably understand unmistakably the Hong Kong’s attractions and might be enticed to book a trip going there.