Discover the charm of a B&B
Holiday in a Bed and Breakfast in Hong Kong
Hong Kong consists of about 236 (peninsular) islands, including the island of Hong Kong, where you’ll see one amazing sight after the other. Having just indulged in one of the many shopping paradises, you’ll find yourself in traditional China just a few blocks away! Pristine sandy beaches and stunning bounty islands guarantee the very best holiday experience. English is still an official spoken language here. During your oriental journey of discovery, stay in one of many B&B’s, lodges, hotels and traditional guesthouses.
B&B in Hong Kong
The Chinese love gambling, and this is clearly evident at the Sunday horse races. Discover authentic Hong Kong on a sampan tour through the fishing boats or a junk cruise to the Man Mo Temple. Curious about your future? At the Temple Street night market, fortune tellers will try to convince you of their wisdom. You can’t go on holiday to Hong Kong without enjoying its gorgeous sandy beaches! Energetic Repulse Bay for sun-worshippers, Kwum Yam Wan on the western coast for some peace and quiet, and Big Wave Bay somewhat northwards for thrill-seeking surfers.
Bed and Breakfast in Lantau
The island of Lantau overwhelms visitors with majestic peaks, steep green hills and long beaches with fine sand. A climb up 268 steps will take you to the Tian Tan Buddha at the Po Lin monastery, presenting you with a bronze colossus 34 metres in height. Other great excursions include Hong Kong Disneyland and Discovery Bay with its beach culture. Treat yourself to the ultimate shopping experience at the massive Citigate Outlets mall, or grab yourself all kinds of bargains at the Ladies Market… if you’re good at haggling!
Bed & Breakfast in Kowloon
Take the traditional Star Ferry from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon, where Nathan Road is jam-packed with shops. There are plenty of authentic food stalls, though international foods are also sold here. From Kowloon, the view of the Hong Kong skyline is fabulous. See the historic Kowloon Canton Railway clock tower and handprints left by local film stars on the Avenue of Stars. At night, you can watch an impressive light show, A Symphony of Lights, starting at 8 pm.
Bed and Breakfast in Macao
Within one hour, a catamaran or hydrofoil can transport you to historic Macao with is heady mix of Portuguese and Chinese influences. The many casinos along the Cotai Strip attract millions of fanatical gamblers every year. If you’d prefer some culture, visit the ruins of St. Paul’s and the A-ma Temple. Portuguese influence is especially noticeable on the romantic Largo do Senado square. With a height of 338 metres, the Macao Tower offers spectacular views of the city, while adrenaline junkies can bungee jump off it.
B and B on Lamma Island
Lamma Island, once a traditional fisherman’s island, is popular with Hong Kong yuppies and Western hippies. Its multicultural, relaxed atmosphere attracts many leisure-seekers and offers an escape from the hustle-and-bustle of Hong Kong and Kowloon, especially over weekends. There are no cars here. Once on the island, you can explore it by bicycle and stretch out on lovely Hung Shing Yeh Beach, behind which impenetrable jungle looms.
Book a Bed & Breakfast in Hong Kong
Curious about this Pearl of the Orient? Then don’t delay booking your B&B, guesthouse, hostel or lodge in fascinating Hong Kong!