Hong Kong is hot, humid and wet from June to August. Temperatures almost constantly remain between 27 and 32 °C (81-90 °F), and long sleeves are useful in the middle of the day for those prone to sunburn. This is also typhoon season and rainfall is often over 120 mm per day. For the uninitiated such intense weather can be is an awesome spectacle, the city turning a dark slate-gray in mere seconds. Many use the season to cool down and ignore the heat by swimming at many of the regions hidden beaches. Early June and it is time for Dragon Boat Festival, the fifth day of the fifth lunar month, when local and visitors take to the water to watch fiercely-competitive international boat races, while snacking on festival foodzongzi, rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo leaves.
Take in the spectacular sights and sounds of incredible Hong Kong, and the fascinating colonial history of charming Macao, on this action-packed 5-day journey.
Eat your way through Hong Kong on this delectable 2-day tour featuring the region’s rich, intense, and age-old recipes, while staying at some of the region’s most luxe hotels. You’ll dine at the Four Season’s Caprice restaurant, and sample local favorites in Kowloon’s Sham Shui Po neighborhood.
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Spend 4 days exploring the hidden corners of Hong Kong. You’ll stay at luxury hotels like the Ritz Carlton on Hong Kong Island and Upper House in Kowloon, while taking day trips to Lantau peak and Tai O fishing village, exploring Hong Kong’s Wetland Park, and strolling along Tsim Sha Tsui’s Avenue of the Stars.
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