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Y-Loft Hostel Hongkong Star Rating 3        
Youth Square 238 Chai Wan Road Chai Wan

This funky, industrial-style hostel in a glass-fronted building is 2 km from the walking trails of Shek O Country Park, and 11 km from Happy Valley Racecourse.Featuring wood floors and modern furnishings, the colourful, trendy rooms and dorms offer flat-screen TVs, desks and private bathrooms. Dorms sleep up to 6 people.
Lucky Hotel Hongkong Star Rating 2        
Flat C5 , Floor 12 , Block C , Chung King Mansion , Nathan Road 36-44

This modern guest house is set in Tsim Sha Tsui, a short walk from the Hong Kong Space Museum. It is close to Chungking Mansions, eateries and shops.There are a range of facilities on offer to guests of Lucky Hotel Hongkong, such as porters, a laundry service and free Wi-Fi.
Ah Shan Hostel Hong Kong Star Rating 1        
Rm.1406 Sincere House, 83 Argyle St

Set among stores and restaurants in the Mong Kok shopping district, this down-to-earth hostel is a 3-minute walk from the nearest metro stop. It lies 2 km from Victoria Harbour and 4 km from the Hong Kong Coliseum.Featuring shared bathrooms, the spartan, non-smoking rooms and mixed dorms provide free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs.
Garden Guest House Hong Kong Star Rating 2        
36-44 Nathan Road, Chung King Mansion, C5, Floor 16, Block C, Kowloon

Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, this guest house is within five minutes' of the Hong Kong Space Museum, Chungking Mansions and 1881 Heritage. Guests can also make use of free wireless internet.The guest house has 88 rooms and has been recently refurbished.
Las Vegas Guest House Star Rating 2        
Floor 15, Block C, Nathan Road 36-44

Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, this guest house is just a 10-minute walk to the Avenue of Stars. It is close to the Hong Kong Space Museum, eateries and shops.Las Vegas Guest House features a 24/7 reception, plus free Wi-Fi and porters.
Super 7 Hostel Hong Kong Star Rating 1        
B7, 5/F, Block B, Chungking Mansion, 36-44 Nathan Road

Set in lively Tsim Sha Tsui, just a few minutes from Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Super 7 Hostel Hong Kong offers a ticket service, free Wi-Fi and a tour desk. It is situated a short stroll from the Avenue of Stars and 1881 Heritage.The hostel offers 5 comfortable rooms that are ideal for backpackers on a budget.
Carlton Guest House Tsim Sha Tsui Star Rating 2        
Flat C1, Floor 15, Block C, Chung King Mansion, Nathan Road 36-44

Location.Near the airport, Carlton Hotel is located in Kowloon's Tsim Sha Tsui neighborhood and close to Nathan Road, Temple Street Night Market, and Bank of China Tower. Nearby points of interest also include HSBC Hong Kong Headquarter Building and Happy Valley Race Course.
Park Guest House Star Rating 2        
Unit A1-A2, 15/Floor, Block A, Chung King Mansion, 36-44 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

This guest house is situated in Tsim Sha Tsui, just a 10-minute walk from the Avenue of Stars and 1881 Heritage. It provides free Wi-Fi and is steps from Chungking Mansions and well-known attractions.Park Guest House treats guests to a ticket service, an express check-in and check-out feature and luggage storage.
UK Deluxe Hostel Star Rating 1        
A1, Floor 3, Block A, Chung King Mansion, Nathan Road 36-44

This guest house is situated in Tsim Sha Tsui, only a few minutes from the Hong Kong Space Museum. It is close to Chungking Mansions, restaurants and shops.This charming guest house offers a number of facilities, such as valet parking, a hair salon and a rooftop terrace.
Canada Hotel Star Rating 1        
Flat A6, Block A, 15/F, Chung King Mansion, 36-44 Nathan Road

Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, this guest house is just a quick walk to 1881 Heritage, the Avenue of Stars and Clock Tower. It is close to Chungking Mansions, dining options and shops.There are a range of amenities available to guests of Canada Hotel, such as free Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service and a coffee bar.
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Hong Kong has served the East and West as a gateway for over 150 years. It is also considered to be one of the most expensive and beautiful places to visit. Travelers are finding that this is one of the top places they wish to visit and here is why.

Hong Kong has the Art Basel which offers guests a look at contemporary art work and even hosts displays in both Switzerland and Miami. Some celebrities and paparazzi visit the Art Basel as well when they travel to Hong Kong. This has helped Hong Kong to burst onto the scene of making money and having fun and has helped it to flourish.

The city celebrates Bruce Lee, a hometown hero, with a multi-media exhibition at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum. In the collection are documentary videos, holograms and photography as well as over 600 pieces of martial arts memorabilia from the star. Guests can even see his nunchucks and costumes he wore. The museum hopes to have over 1.6 million visitors wanting to see the exhibition.

Hong Kong also offers beautiful, tall hotels that are some of the best and rival hotels all over the rest of the globe. The Upper House is one of the luxury hotels that can be found in Hong Kong and is time and time again ranked as being one of the top five best hotels all over the world. The hotel starts on the 38th floor and is often the number one hotel in Asia. The hotel has earned its place for offering guests with spectacular views of the Victoria Harbor from their floor-to-ceiling windows. The Cafe Gray Deluxe restaurant is found in the hotel and it offers a rooftop lawn perfect for yoga or enjoying a cocktail before dinner.

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The EAST is sister property to this hotel and it offers Feast which is a fun restaurant as well as an infinity pool and a cocktail lounge on the terrace called Sugar. Guests wishing to have a more sophisticated stay can stay at The Peninsula Hong Kong that has been a sanctuary for the past 85 years.

Each night the buildings in Hong Kong come to life and offer a version of Disney World's Electric Parade. The show starts at 8pm and the light show is set to a soundtrack. The Guinness Book of World Records named "A Symphony of Lights" as the largest permanent light and sounds show. The shows involves 45 of the city's buildings of each side of the harbor and offers a display on the water every night as well.

Lastly, anyone that enjoys food will be happy to dine in Hong Kong. There are different cuisines offered for guests and many prefer to taste the food at Under Bridge Spicy Crab which offers spicy crab that would be four times what most consider mild so be prepared to set your taste buds on fire. There is also the Luk Yu Tea House which is known for the old-school dim sum.

As you can see these are reasons you should consider a trip to Hong Kong. You won't be disappointed.