Whether it is your first time visit or your 50th, Hong Kong is an enigmatic city of skyscrapers, ancient traditions and heavenly food. Beyond the glass and steel of Hong Kong’s commercial persona, wherever you look in the city, there is a story to be told that will take you back centuries. Hong Kong culture is underpinned by the Cantonese dialect and people. The city also boasts a vibrant cultural scene that features the eclectic influences of its Chinese roots, colonial connections and a wondrous pool of homegrown talent.
If you are a tourist travelling to Hong Kong then the best time to visit is between October and December. This period boasts comfortable temperatures and reasonable room rates. After New Years, tourism picks up significantly, despite the falling temps, and leads to higher hotel prices and more crowds. The best thing you will find about the city is the nightlife scene which is rightly legendary. There is something to do at every time of the day in this city that never sleeps.
According to Nikkei Asian Review, Hong Kong has been the top business hub in Asia. This calls for multinational companies and top executives who visits this business hub on a very frequent basis. In its research, the respected business publication polled 1,000 executives in 13 different cities and countries and found that 61 per cent of respondents in western economies see Hong Kong as the most important hub to do business in Asia.