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Hong Kong attractions and Travel Tips

Hong Kong provides a unique Asian experience that can seem overwhelming to many, even mainland Chinese – an excellent mid-point between its British past and Chinese future, Hong Kong will delight and surprise with its gorgeous aromas on the street, stunning misty harbor vistas and atmospheric mountain peak sunrises. HAPPYCAR is here to help you find the best car hire Hong Kong has to offer so you can take full advantage of this forward-looking city, and a direct car hire Hong Kong Airport is also available. We check the prices of international and local providers so that you don’t have to check each website to provide you with the best deals on a car hire to make your money go further on a rental car that fits your specific needs. You have the options of choosing car size, pick up location and type of insurance to ensure you get the best deal on a great car hire!

General Information

Hong Kong’s history is long, but intensely packed over the past few hundred years. The development of the city only really began with the arrival of the British in the 1700's and the successive Opium War. At the turn of the 20th century the British negotiated a 99-year lease which ended in 1997. Its capitalist affluence lingers still today and remains a major tourist destination in China, with much multiculturalism to be enjoyed: Hong Kong often styles itself as Asia’s World City. While a car hire in Hong Kong may not be the first thought in such a tightly-packed city, there are plenty of reasons to venture around at your own pace and explore some of the more inaccessible locations around the outskirts.

To Do

If nothing else, an excellent way to pass the time is to wander and observe the locals’ lives, a menagerie of ordered chaos that can be gesticulating furiously at the horse races or practicing tai chi in an early morning park. But there are also plenty of things to occupy your time – one option is to uncover a little of Hong Kong’s traditional heritage with Man Mo Temple, one of the oldest and most famous in Hong Kong. Nearby is the Temple Street Night Market, a hive of buzzing activity that affords visitors the opportunity to purchase a wide range of weird foods, frequent a fortune teller and bathe in some Cantonese Opera.


Hong Kong has some of the most fabulous vistas you will find, and are most certainly worth the small effort. Victoria Peak, more commonly known as The Peak, is the highest point publicly accessible in Hong Kong and provides an amazing view of the city below. There are also some fantastic walks to be had around the area. The promenade along Hong Kong Island has to be one of the best in the world, and with a spectacular light show at night it really comes into its own. At the beginning of the promenade is the Avenue of Stars, which pays homage to the Hong Kong film industry with a large bronze statue of Bruce Lee.


Food is important in Hong Kong and there is a humongous range of different cuisines for everybody, but the best thing to do when in Hong Kong is to push out of your comfort zone and sample some of the more Cantonese food, including stinky bean curd and shredded jellyfish. The best way to start the morning is with a few rounds of dim sum, little selections of dumplings often served with tea, or congee, a thin porridge made with rice. Wonton noodles are a particularly Hong Kong dish, but so is an arsenal of street food like fish balls, fried intestines on a stick and fake shark fin soup. Of course, seafood is hugely popular and widely available, and you can find things like conch, abalone and bamboo clam fairly easily.


A Hong Kong car rental becomes plausible once you realize that the main reason for taking a Hong Kong car hire is to explore the outskirts of the city, and there are some lovely driving routes for those who know where to look. The New Territories, the larger northern part of Hong Kong, contains some beautiful mountainous country parks, beautiful coastlines and craggy mountains. This includes the unspoiled Sai Kung Peninsula, Hong Kong’s easternmost projection and a mass of jagged headlands, spiky peaks and vivid blue seascapes that can be reached comfortably with a car rental Hong Kong. Wherever you choose to go, we are here to make your dreams come true. The HAPPYCAR teams wishes you a pleasant journey!

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