Average prices and comfortable temperatures make October through December the best time to visit Hong Kong. That's when music lovers party at the Clockenflap Festival and views from Ngong Ping 360 are most scenic. Hong Kong sees a surge of tourism and prices going through the roof during the Golden Week in October and Chinese New Year holidays in late January or February. Period from April to May is an excellent interim between winter chilly temps and summer heat and humidity, with slightly lower room rates. Hot and muggy summer in Hong Kong lasts from June to September and brings in fantastic Dragon Boat Festival, hiking, and clam digging, but beware of probable typhoons and thick tourists crowds.
Pink dolphins are so popular that they have become a mascot of Hong Kong
Hong Kong horse races are definitely an experience not to be missed!
Carnival style event for the whole family
Visit the floating homes of the indigenous Tanka people
Enjoy some of Hong Kong's unique flora and fauna in this world-class ecotourism park
Don't miss this "masterpiece" of urban architecture, which is typical for overpopulated Hong Kong
Get away from the urban crowds and explore the nature and culture of the Hong Kong secret islands
The island of South China suits perfectly for water sport
Don't miss the chance to become a part of the art world for a week full of exciting events
Don't miss the city's biggest and most colourful festival!
Watch one of the largest and most prominent Dragon Boat Races in the world
Hike the Dragon's Back in Hong Kong
See the unique "Bun grabbing contest" as participants climb enormous bamboo towers covered with buns at the Cheung Chau Bun Festival
Don't miss out on the clam digging excitement!
Celebrate Valentine's Day in Hong Kong with your beloved one. However, if you are single, you can play a matchmaking game with lanterns to determine your destiny
This Mid-Autumn festival is probably the most charming and picturesque night of the year
The Birthday of Tam Kung is a great chance to experience the rich culture and traditions of modern Hong Kong
Immerse yourself into a strange combination of sadness and happiness
Celebrate the Birthday of the Chinese Goddess of the Sea while watching Chinese opera performances with thousands of Hongkongers
An international world-class music festival that puts local music into spotlight
Feed the hungry ghosts in Hong Kong
Gaze at the deep sea and mountain hills above your feet from the crystal cabin with a glass bottom in Hong Kong
Blend into the cheerful crowds and welcome the new year with a blast!
Have you ever seen a Haloween-styled Mickey Mouse? Have some scary fun at Disneyland in Hong Kong
Try out one of the best appetizers of South China in Hong Kong
Warm yourself up with some snake soup
The Birthday of Buddha also called the Buddha Bathing Festival is one of the most spiritual and unique events in Hong Kong
Swim with coral fish in their natural environment
Try your best to catch the elusive Black Marlin in the Hong Kong's deep waters!
This festival marks the birthday of Hung Shing, a Tang dynasty official who became known for forecasting the weather for fisherman
Try the best of traditional Chinese cuisine during Chinese New Year celebrations!
Ask the military commander of the Southern Song Dynasty for wealth and prosperity on his birthday
The combination of the ninth day and the ninth month brings good luck, and the chrysanthemum is a symbol of that day
Autumn in Hong Kong is filled with international Halloween events and attractions
One of the oldest and most popular races in Asia
Cycling is a great way to explore the countryside and urban routes of Hong Kong