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Two Countries, One Trip? No Trouble.

The island city of Hong Kong – a special administrative region of China – is a great jumping off point for a whole heap of other destinations. So if you’re thinking about visiting, why not tag on another country or two and turn your trip into a multi-centre holiday? You just let us know where else you want to go and we’ll take care of logistics.

Ever evolving, Hong Kong has loads to offer as a holiday destination. For starters, the likes of Kowloon and Hong Kong Island are crammed full of megamalls and street markets, so you’ll have no trouble splashing the cash here. And when you’re done with shopping, you can turn your attention to sightseeing. Key attractions include Victoria Harbour, Lantau Island’s Tian Tan Buddha and, of course, The Peak. Most people reach the top of this famous hill by taking the historic Peak Tram – but, if you’re feeling active, you can always pull on your hiking boots and walk it instead.

In fact, if hiking’s your thing, you’ll be pleased to know that Hong Kong has hundreds of miles of trails. Despite its commercial reputation, most of the city is actually countryside. The outlying islands in particular are a tapestry of cloud-skimming mountains, golden beaches and quaint fishing villages. So you should certainly make time to explore.

But, while there’s plenty to keep you occupied here, Hong Kong need only be the start of your trip. Its excellent location in the heart of Asia makes it ideal for a multi-centre holiday. You can easily journey from here to the likes of Thailand, Vietnam or Laos; carry on into mainland China; or even continue on to Australia. Whether you fancy discovering more of the world’s most exciting cities, or you’re looking to relax on a tropical beach – or perhaps you want to enjoy a combination of the two – chat to our experts. They’ll be able to tailor a Hong Kong multi-centre holiday that’s right for you.

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Best Time to Go

Australia

Spending a few nights in Hong Kong is a brilliant way of breaking up the arduous journey to Australia – from HK it’s only a nine-hour flight to Sydney. In the Harbour City you’ll be able to tick off such iconic attractions as the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Royal Botanic Garden, as well as tackling the surf at Bondi Beach or taking a dip in the famous Icebergs pool.

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But that needn’t be the end of your Hong Kong multi-centre holiday. From Sydney you could always journey west to Melbourne – Victoria’s cultural and culinary capital – or head north to Queensland and discover the Great Barrier Reef. Alternatively, you could fly from Hong Kong to Perth, in Western Australia, and check out a whole other side to Oz.

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Thailand

Just a three-hour flight away, this Southeast Asian gem is a popular choice for a Hong Kong multi-centre holiday. Like Hong Kong itself, Thailand’s incredibly diverse, so ticks a lot of boxes for all kinds of holiday goers.

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If you’re keen for a bit more city living, spend some time in Bangkok. Thailand’s compelling capital is full to bursting with famous landmarks like the Grand Palace and Wat Arun, not to mention a decent helping of shopping centres, street food vendors and rooftop bars. Alternatively, you could visit Chiang Mai in the north of the country. Far more chilled out than Bangkok, it’s famed for its misty mountains, colourful hill tribes and ethical elephant sanctuaries. Or if it’s palm-fringed beaches you’re after, Thailand delivers there too. There are plenty on the mainland but many of the best are found on its islands.

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China

Hong Kong acts as a gateway to mainland China, so if you’re keen to explore this exciting East Asian country, a Hong Kong multi-centre holiday’s a great way to go about it. A vast and well-populated nation, China packs in a variety of cultures and landscapes, as well as plenty of palaces, temples, gardens and skyscrapers.

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Long-time capital Beijing plays host to numerous historic landmarks, including the Forbidden City, Summer Palace and Tiananmen Square. But it also has a modern, cosmopolitan side and its nightlife scene’s up there with the very best of them. Plus, it can lay claim to having the most gravity-defying section of the Great Wall of China!

Besides Beijing, there’s glittering Shanghai, gastronomic Chengdu and ancient Xi’an – the one-time terminus of the Silk Road and home of the Terracotta Army. Or, if you’re keen to explore more of Greater China, why not add on Macao or Taiwan?

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Best time to go

Soaring temperatures, high humidity and the possibility of typhoons mean that a Hong Kong multi-centre holiday is best avoided in the summer. However, spring, autumn and winter are all great times to visit. But when picking which month to travel, you obviously need to consider what the weather will be doing in your next destination as well.

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For instance, much of Australia stays balmy all year round – and of course when it’s winter in Hong Kong it’ll be summer in Oz. However, you may wish to avoid certain parts of the country – like Western Australia, Northern Territory and Far North Queensland – at the peak of summer, when temperatures frequently surpass 35°C. Conversely, Melbourne and Sydney aren’t always as warm as you might expect and both can get down to single figures during winter.

If you’re planning to combine Hong Kong with a trip to Southeast Asia then be sure to check when the rainy season is. This varies from country to country – and in certain places it changes from one region to another. So careful planning is needed!

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Australia

Australia

Spending a few nights in Hong Kong is a brilliant way of breaking up the arduous journey to Australia – from HK it’s only a nine-hour flight to Sydney. In the Harbour City you’ll be able to tick off such iconic attractions as the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Royal Botanic Garden, as well as tackling the surf at Bondi Beach or taking a dip in the famous Icebergs pool.

Show More
Show Less

But that needn’t be the end of your Hong Kong multi-centre holiday. From Sydney you could always journey west to Melbourne – Victoria’s cultural and culinary capital – or head north to Queensland and discover the Great Barrier Reef. Alternatively, you could fly from Hong Kong to Perth, in Western Australia, and check out a whole other side to Oz.

Show More
Show Less

Thailand

Thailand

Just a three-hour flight away, this Southeast Asian gem is a popular choice for a Hong Kong multi-centre holiday. Like Hong Kong itself, Thailand’s incredibly diverse, so ticks a lot of boxes for all kinds of holiday goers.

Show More
Show Less

If you’re keen for a bit more city living, spend some time in Bangkok. Thailand’s compelling capital is full to bursting with famous landmarks like the Grand Palace and Wat Arun, not to mention a decent helping of shopping centres, street food vendors and rooftop bars. Alternatively, you could visit Chiang Mai in the north of the country. Far more chilled out than Bangkok, it’s famed for its misty mountains, colourful hill tribes and ethical elephant sanctuaries. Or if it’s palm-fringed beaches you’re after, Thailand delivers there too. There are plenty on the mainland but many of the best are found on its islands.

Show More
Show Less

China

China

Hong Kong acts as a gateway to mainland China, so if you’re keen to explore this exciting East Asian country, a Hong Kong multi-centre holiday’s a great way to go about it. A vast and well-populated nation, China packs in a variety of cultures and landscapes, as well as plenty of palaces, temples, gardens and skyscrapers.

Show More
Show Less

Long-time capital Beijing plays host to numerous historic landmarks, including the Forbidden City, Summer Palace and Tiananmen Square. But it also has a modern, cosmopolitan side and its nightlife scene’s up there with the very best of them. Plus, it can lay claim to having the most gravity-defying section of the Great Wall of China!

Besides Beijing, there’s glittering Shanghai, gastronomic Chengdu and ancient Xi’an – the one-time terminus of the Silk Road and home of the Terracotta Army. Or, if you’re keen to explore more of Greater China, why not add on Macao or Taiwan?

Show More
Show Less

Best Time to Go

Best time to go

Soaring temperatures, high humidity and the possibility of typhoons mean that a Hong Kong multi-centre holiday is best avoided in the summer. However, spring, autumn and winter are all great times to visit. But when picking which month to travel, you obviously need to consider what the weather will be doing in your next destination as well.

Show More
Show Less

For instance, much of Australia stays balmy all year round – and of course when it’s winter in Hong Kong it’ll be summer in Oz. However, you may wish to avoid certain parts of the country – like Western Australia, Northern Territory and Far North Queensland – at the peak of summer, when temperatures frequently surpass 35°C. Conversely, Melbourne and Sydney aren’t always as warm as you might expect and both can get down to single figures during winter.

If you’re planning to combine Hong Kong with a trip to Southeast Asia then be sure to check when the rainy season is. This varies from country to country – and in certain places it changes from one region to another. So careful planning is needed!

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