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5 Must do things in Hong Kong – Things that are conducive to a fun holiday

When one pictures Hong Kong, the image is filled with flashy buildings shooting an array of colours. Called the city of colours, in Hong Kong, a visitor lives a vivacious reverie.

1

Night markets at Temple street

How would you like a good haggling session over your favourite antiques, fashion items and crafts? An experienced shopper will definitely get the bargain they are after, and a non-experienced shopper will gain the know-how of shopping at street markets. Filled to the brim with a wide array of merchandise, the night markets at Temple street are pulsating with tourists and locals alike. To add to the fun you'll be having; there are fortune tellers, street performers and the most iconic of all; the opera singers.

2

The horse races

Are you a speed fiend who likes to be part of a dashing, speedy anything in some way or the other? Well, here's an invitation to you; after nightfall, race tracks at Happy Valley Race Course are occupied by racehorses while the stadium is buzzing with people who like to guess who the winning champion is. Located in the midst of the concentration of towering skyscrapers, Happy Valley Race Course takes to throwing festivities at its visitors by hosting live music concerts along with horseracing.

3

Symphony of Lights

One of the things that earned the city the nickname city of lights is the Symphony of Lights. When it's the time for the stars to dominate the sky, Hong Kong takes it upon itself to emulate the night sky and dazzle the city with different colours. If you want to be a witness to this flamboyant display of lights, music and fireworks, you'll find the best seats at the Victoria Harbour.

4

Indulge in the comfort of a hotel

Hotel accommodation Hong Kong has set the precedence as to how the accommodation in a travel destination should be. Furnished with the likes of Dcollection Boutique Hotels, Hong Kong caters to a vast selection of visitors with different requirements. For those looking for budget options, the city offers a line of affordable lodging facilities; for those requiring mid-range accommodation, the place is stocked with reasonably priced hotels and resorts – also, swanky hotels take their place among the heterogeneous pool of lodging options as well.

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Rooftop bars and clubs

Considered to be the crown of Hong Kong nightlife, rooftop bars indulge tourists with the most amazing panoramic views of the city. Your trip won't be that much of a tale if you don't make the most of these charming rooftop bars. With views that sweep over nocturnal Hong Kong and the waterline, these bars in Hong Kong are given its character by dim lighting, the cool night breeze and the essential bit of spirits. However, if you are in the mood to bring your animated self into action, the dancing clubs in Hong Kong will give the perfect excuse for you to do so.