Top Hong Kong SAR Flight + Hotel Deals
2021 Hong Kong SAR vacation deals
Where to stay in Hong Kong SAR
Tsim Sha Tsui
4.5/5Wonderful!(1,342 area reviews)
This “world bazaar on the waterfront” has shops, restaurants and museums.
4.5/5Wonderful!(321 area reviews)
Find your way through Hong Kong’s busiest area to take in the sights and sounds of traditional street markets and food stalls.
4/5Very Good!(213 area reviews)
The captivating waterfront views and popular shops are just a few highlights of North Point. Make a stop by Victoria Harbour or North Point Ferry Pier while you're exploring the area.
Unique features of Kwun Tong include the shopping and restaurants. Make a stop by Kowloon Bay or Victoria Harbour while you're exploring the area.
4/5Very Good!(487 area reviews)
Wan Chai is popular for its popular shops. Explore top sights like Victoria Harbour and Happy Valley Race Course, and you can get around town on the metro at Hong Kong Tin Hau Station.
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Top things to do in Hong Kong SAR
Plaza Premium Lounge at Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)
Skip-the-Line The Peak Tram & Hong Kong Island Tour with Stanley Market
Hong Kong Hop-On Hop-Off Big Bus Tour
Hong Kong Vacation
Skyscrapers, shopping and scrumptious food are just the start of what Hong Kong does best. This sophisticated metropolitan center on the south coast of China also offers dazzling vistas, beautiful parks, ancient temples and a unique blend of western and eastern culture.
Hong Kong Hotel + Flights
If you’re headed to Hong Kong for its shopping delights, you’ll have more cash to spend if you bundle your hotel and flights. Choose from Expedia’s 958 hotels starting at ￥6,446 a night and then add airfares to create your own Hong Kong Vacation Package. You’ll enjoy terrific discounts when you combine your bookings. With the money you save, why not add a rental car or a tour of Macau to your package?
Your Hong Kong Vacation Itinerary
Day 1: Land at Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong’s main airport, and dive straight into exploring. Make Victoria Peak your first stop for breathtaking views and then shop till you drop at the IFC Mall. Don’t call it a day when night falls — that’s the best time to get out onto Victoria Harbour and view the spectacular skyline from the water.
Day 2-3: Treat the kids, or be a big kid yourself, at two world-class theme parks right on your doorstep. Let the fun begin at Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park.
Day 4-5: Don’t miss out on Kowloon, considered by some to be the more authentic and edgier part of Hong Kong. With sites like Kowloon Walled City Park, Wong Tai Sin Temple, Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden, there’s plenty to keep you busy here.
Hong Kong Information
Chinese New Year is Hong Kong’s biggest and most colorful celebration. Parades, fireworks and traditional dragon dances mark this lively festival which is celebrated on the first moon on the lunar calendar, usually between late January and early February.
Whether you’re into historical and cultural sites, shopping or hiking, you’ll find an activity just right for you. Expedia has Hong Kong tours and experiences to choose from starting at .
Want to really relax on your getaway? Choose one of our Hong Kong All Inclusive Hotels and leave the vacation planning to someone else.