In Hong Kong, nearly half of the accommodation types are hotel rooms, which represent 49.96% of its short-term accommodations. In addition, the median nightly price of hotel rooms in Hong Kong is $174, and the median size is 36 m². Furthermore, hotel rooms are great for medium-sized groups and families, as most can welcome 4 guests. If you would like to rent something else, you can search many other available options, such as apartment rentals, which are the second most popular property type in Hong Kong. These properties cost $255 a night on average and have an average size of 55 m².
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Popular Rental Amenities on Hong Kong Island
Listed above are the most selected filters in Hong Kong and the number of vacation rentals that provide them. You can easily compare and find a vacation rental matching your expectations in Hong Kong if you never miss an episode of your favorite show or you need internet access during your vacation, as most accommodations include "TVs" or "internet." Not as many vacation rentals in Hong Kong are available if you want to go fishing or if you love sweating the stress away in saunas as "saunas" and "fishing" are not often available in this destination.
Encounter diverse Asian culture from a Hong Kong Island vacation home
Exotic flavors, museums, gardens, and temples come together under Hong Kong Island's modern skyline. Whether you prefer accommodation in a chic condo or family-style vacation rental, you will find yourself immersed in culture and tradition.
The Temple Street Night Market is a great place for authentic Hong Kong Island street food. A dizzying variety of dishes can be found here, including fresh produce, seafood, and stir fry. English is rarely spoken, so just pick something and point.
For a more refined sampling of Chinese cuisine, head to Dim Sum Square. Tiny tapas style plates perfect for sharing are ordered from a picture menu with English descriptions, making it easy to taste a large variety of dishes.
Often referred to as the best museum in Asia, the Hong Kong Museum of History is home to more Chinese cultural artifacts than any other. This museum is a must-see for a look at the island's fascinating history. Plan a full day visit to make the most of this free attraction.
Tian Tan Buddha is one of the city's most recognizable religious sites. Take the cable car up to the entrance for incredible city views, and save your energy for the hundreds of steps which lead up to the bronze Buddha. This complex includes a monastery where regular rituals and services are held.
Hong Kong outdoors
City fans can experience authentic life in Hong Kong with a walk through the Mongkok neighborhood. This bustling shopping zone is packed with vendors, locals, and tourists alike. Take in the sights, sounds, and smells of the city as you stroll around.
Recharge your battery with a tranquil visit to the Nan Lian Garden. Pagodas, water features, and perfectly manicured botany make this one of the city's most popular photo spots, and a perfect place for some quiet time. Stick around for lunch at the peaceful vegetarian restaurant on site.
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