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How much does it cost for three days and two nights and four days and three nights in Hong Kong? A summary of travel budget discount packages!

by Ryu_C@Central Lion Rock

Does traveling to Hong Kong cost a lot of money?

How much does it cost to travel to Hong Kong? I heard that prices in Hong Kong are very high now. Lunch at any restaurant costs HKD $100, and hotel room rates cost more than HKD$1,000 per day. It seems that in just a few days of travel, you must have spent several thousand Hong Kong dollars before you could go to some quality restaurants and stay in some hotels with better environments.

Indeed, if you want to arrange a travel itinerary in the metropolis of Hong Kong, go to some high-end restaurants, and stay in a hotel room with the night view of Victoria Harbor, you basically need to prepare a large travel budget before starting your trip in Hong Kong.

But on the other hand, Hong Kong actually has more hotels suitable for different travel budgets, some restaurants that are close to the daily lives of ordinary Hong Kong citizens, and there are also a lot of very cheap transportation. If you know how to book discounted tickets and choose hotels, you can actually arrange the most interesting Hong Kong travel itinerary with the smallest travel budget!

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During your trip to Hong Kong, different itineraries can be arranged for different travel budgets. (Click on image to enlarge)

How to calculate the cost of traveling in Hong Kong?

Sometimes we see questions on different discussion boards such as "How much does a three-day and two-night trip to Hong Kong cost?", "How much does a four-day and three-night trip to Hong Kong cost?" and so on. Perhaps it is because Hong Kong has always given people the impression of being a high-consumption city, and you must prepare a lot of money before you can arrange a trip to Hong Kong.

But based on our experience living in Hong Kong, we can all tell you that Hong Kong is a place that suits every travel budget. Whether you plan to spend more than HK$1,500 a day, or only spend HK$1,500 a day, we will work with you to calculate where it is worth spending money in just a few days of your trip to Hong Kong, and how to spend it. Only then will the money be spent more valuable.

Determine travel budget based on itinerary

Of course, different people will come to Hong Kong with different expectations. You may want to arrange a three-day and two-night Hong Kong itinerary, or a five-day and four-night itinerary. In addition, you may stay in some high-end hotels and go to some high-end restaurants. Such an itinerary will definitely require more travel budget than a trip to stay in a civilian hotel or go to a civilian restaurant. And as long as you stay in Hong Kong for a few more days, you will naturally spend more on accommodation.

Therefore, in order to facilitate calculation, we will set a 3 days and 2 nights – 4 days and 3 nights Hong Kong itinerary this time, and the main goal of the itinerary is to visit the most Hong Kong attractions and taste the most local Hong Kong food. When choosing accommodation options, we will choose hotels with sufficient space for activities and reasonable prices.

To put it simply, if you want to arrange a trip in Hong Kong that focuses on food and sightseeing, the class of the hotel room is not your primary consideration. You can refer to each category in this Hong Kong travel budget list, then select some of your favorite restaurants and attractions, and plan a Hong Kong itinerary that suits your budget.

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How much does it cost to travel to Hong Kong for 3 days and 2 nights, or for 4 days and 3 nights?

Like traveling to other countries, the cost of traveling to Hong Kong is mainly divided into four parts, namely: booking air tickets, booking hotels, transportation during the trip to Hong Kong, food expenses, and money spent on buying souvenirs. Purchasing air tickets from different airlines and staying in hotels in Hong Kong will affect the total budget required for the entire trip.

There are also different discounts for air tickets and hotels booked in different months. For example, April and September are the off-peak tourism seasons in Hong Kong, and the prices of many air tickets and hotels may be about half cheaper than during Christmas and New Year. Therefore, for the convenience of calculation, the following itinerary budget will use the average price for the whole year, and then you can adjust it according to the itinerary departing in different months and holidays.

The cost of booking a flight

Whether you are departing from Taiwan, Beijing, Singapore, Tokyo, or other places, you can still take different airline routes to Hong Kong.

Generally, air tickets to and from major Asian cities are not very expensive. For example, taking Cathay Pacific's standard economy class ticket, which departs from Hong Kong in the morning and leaves in the evening, you can generally buy a round-trip ticket for about HKD $2,000 - HKD$2,500. If you can book your flight a few months in advance, you may also encounter some special promotions. Sometimes you can buy a round-trip ticket for half the price.

For the sake of simple calculation, we first assume that the cost of air tickets to Hong Kong is HKD $2000.

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The cost of staying in a hotel

How much it costs to arrange a Hong Kong travel itinerary depends largely on which hotel you will stay in.

A hotel suitable for celebrating important anniversaries

To put it simply, if you have enough budget, you can choose some hotel rooms in Tsim Sha Tsui that have night views of Victoria Harbor in the room. For example, if you stay at the Peninsula Hotel, K11 Artus, or the Regent Hong Kong, the average room price per night is HKD $4,000 – HKD$6,000. If calculated based on a 3-night stay, it will cost around HKD $12,000 – $18,000. However, for those planning to celebrate important anniversaries, as long as the problem can be solved with money, it will naturally not be a problem anymore.

More hotel accommodations in Hong Kong: peninsula hotel / K11 Artus / Hong Kong Regent Hotel

A hotel suitable for experiencing Hong Kong characteristics

For those who want to experience the special attractions and Hong Kong-style food in the 3-day-2-night or 4-day-3-night Hong Kong itinerary, you can follow our Hong Kong hotel list to choose some hotels in Central, Sheung Wan, Mong Kok, and Tsim Sha Tsui. Although none of these hotels can enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor from the room, there are also many hotels with convenient transportation and reasonable room rates that can be booked. Moreover, these hotels are not small in size and have swimming pools, restaurants, and complete hotel services, making them very suitable for vacation travel.

For example, Mira Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, Holiday Inn Golden Mile Hong Kong, or the Stone Street Hotel in Central, AKVO Hotel in Sheung Wan, EAST Hotels in Taikoo, etc. These are some hotel options where you can book a double room for only HKD 1,000 to HKD 1,800 per night.

More Hong Kong Travel information: 3 days and 2 nights, 4 days and 3 nights Hong Kong itinerary / Hong Kong hotels recommended by local Hong Kong editors
More hotel accommodations in Hong Kong: Mira Hotel / Holiday Inn Golden Mile Hong Kong / Central Slate Street Hotel / AKVO Hotel / EAST Hong Kong

Relatively cheap hotel

If you don’t plan to spend too much on accommodation, you don’t have high requirements for hotel facilities. If you just want a clean and comfortable place to sleep, you can consider rooms in some business hotels located in downtown areas. For example, the Park Hotel Hong Kong, Hotel Ease Mong Kok in Tsim Sha Tsui, or the mini hotel in Causeway Bay. You can book some double rooms for only HK$$500 – HK$$700 per night.

More hotel accommodations in Hong Kong: Park Hotel Hong Kong / Hotel Ease Mong Kok / Causeway Bay Mini Hotel

Average budget spent on hotel stays

To put it simply, if you plan a 4 days and 3 nights trip to Hong Kong this time, you only need to prepare an accommodation budget of about HKD $3000 – HKD$4000 to stay in some hotel rooms with good quality, convenient transportation and close to attractions. . If you come to Hong Kong as two people and can share the accommodation costs, the budget for accommodation per person is about HKD $1500 – HKD$2000.

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Cost of booking airport transportation plan and travel SIM card plan

In addition to booking air tickets and hotels before departing for Hong Kong, some transportation options connecting Hong Kong Airport to the city and Internet SIM card solutions during travel are equally important. So when you calculate the cost of your travel trip, don’t forget to include this expense.

Generally speaking, for transportation between Hong Kong Airport and the city, you can take the Hong Kong Airport Express, taxi, or book a private transfer service at the Hong Kong Airport. The cost per person is about HKD $200 – HKD$250, depending on which transportation option you choose and the number of people traveling together that day.

If you only have 1-2 people traveling at the same time, it will be more cost-effective to book Hong Kong Airport Express tickets. But if you have 3-4 people traveling at the same time, as long as you choose the Hong Kong Airport private transfer service, the average transportation fee per person will be much cheaper than taking the Hong Kong Airport Express.

In addition, you can book a 7-day travel Internet SIM card suitable for use in Hong Kong before departure. The price is about HKD $80. You only need to go to the counter at the airport on the day you arrive in Hong Kong to collect it, and it is guaranteed to be in stock, so you don’t need to spend time trying your luck at the convenience store.

For the convenience of calculation, we assume that this part costs HKD $300.

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Cost of visiting attractions and purchasing tickets

In just a few days of travel, I believe you will be able to arrange visits to different Hong Kong attractions. A major feature of Hong Kong's attractions is that many of them are free and often concentrated in the same area. So you don’t need to spend too much money to visit attractions in Central, Tsim Sha Tsui, and other parts of Hong Kong in one go.

In addition, if you are coming to Hong Kong for the first time, you will definitely want to visit Hong Kong Disneyland, take the cable car to Victoria Peak to enjoy the Victoria Harbor, take a double-decker tram, board a boat to enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor, and take a walk on Lantau Island Take the Ngong Ping 360 cable car to pay homage to the Big Buddha.

If you want to go to these attractions, you need to prepare the following attraction tickets and budget:

Of course, you may not visit all of the above attractions, but there is a good chance that you will choose a few of them to visit. However, for the convenience of calculation, if you go to all the above attractions once, you need to prepare about HKD $2200, plus HKD$150 to arrange to buy some snacks and drinks at the theme park.

To put it simply, within a 4-day and 3-night Hong Kong travel itinerary, as long as each person prepares HKD $2500, he can visit most of the attractions and arrange a very satisfying itinerary.

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Cost of traveling by public transport in Hong Kong

Compared with cities in other countries, taking public transportation in Hong Kong is not expensive. For example, the one-way fare for the most frequently used subway during travel in Hong Kong is only HKD $6 – HKD $30. For those double-decker buses that exclusively run within Hong Kong Island, the one-way fare for most routes does not exceed HKD $10.

As for the means of transportation that allow you to enjoy the scenery during the trip, such as trams and Star Ferry, the one-way charge is only HKD $3 – HKD$7.

To put it simply, even if you visit 4-5 scenic spots in urban Hong Kong on the same day, the transportation fee per day will not exceed HKD $100. For some trips to the outskirts of Hong Kong, it is basically enough to prepare a transportation fee of HKD $150.

Of course, the above calculations do not include any taxi rides. If you plan to take a taxi, the fee for the first 2 kilometers is about HKD $30, and the fee for each subsequent 200 meters is about HKD$2. If you pass through the undersea tunnel, you will need to pay extra. If you take a taxi from Central or Tsim Sha Tsui to some scenic spots in Hong Kong, you will need to pay a fare of about HK$$60 – HK$$80 each time.

Suppose you have arranged a 4-day and 3-night trip to Hong Kong this time. Two days will be spent visiting scenic spots in urban Hong Kong, and one day will be spent visiting scenic spots in the suburbs of Hong Kong. The transportation budget that each person needs to prepare is HKD $350.

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Cost of dining in restaurants

I believe that one of the reasons you will choose to travel to Hong Kong is to taste different types of Hong Kong specialties. To calculate how much dining budget you need to prepare during your trip to Hong Kong, it actually depends on what dishes you want to eat and which restaurants you plan to go to.

If you want to go to some high-end restaurants for dinner, you may need to spend more than 1,000 Hong Kong dollars each time just for dinner. And that’s not counting some restaurants that specialize in seafood, some restaurants with night views of Victoria Harbor, or some restaurants that have received Michelin stars. If you keep going to these restaurants throughout your trip, you can expect to end up spending more than HKD $5,000.

However, how can high-end restaurants be the only option when traveling in Hong Kong? In fact, there are many different restaurants in Hong Kong that are worth visiting, such as Hong Kong-style tea restaurants, Hong Kong-style tea houses, porridge shops, snack bars, noodle shops, claypot rice shops, barbecue restaurants, dessert shops, etc., they are all provided. Cheap and delicious Hong Kong style food. As long as you go to these restaurants during your travel itinerary, even if you have to eat and drink a lot every day, you may be full for less than HK$$500.

Of course, different people have different eating habits and want to try different restaurants, so it is not easy to calculate an accurate catering budget. So in the following sections, we will share with you the food budget required to eat different dishes in different restaurants. Finally, you can calculate a food budget that you need to prepare during your trip to Hong Kong based on the dishes you choose.

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It is said that there are more than 1,000 restaurants in Central, Mong Kok and Tsim Sha Tsui, each providing meals suitable for different consumption budgets. (Click on image to enlarge)

Hong Kong Style Tea Restaurant

Hong Kong-style tea restaurants are open from morning until late at night. Whether you want breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, or late night snack, you are sure to find some food you like. For example, Hong Kong-style milk tea, pineapple buns, satay beef noodles, and stir-fried beef rice noodles. Basically, you can have the opportunity to eat these Hong Kong-style foods at any time.

As for the usual expenses in a Hong Kong-style tea restaurant, the price of each breakfast is about HKD $40-HKD$50, and the price of each lunch is about HKD$60-HKD$70. The afternoon tea set is a little cheaper, about HKD $25 – HKD $40. During dinner time, some Hong Kong-style tea restaurants will provide Hong Kong-style side dish set menus, which cost approximately HKD $70 – HKD $90. Or you can order a Hong Kong-style steak set meal, which costs about HKD $120.

The prices of the set menus in most tea restaurants in Hong Kong are similar, and the prices will not be increased because certain restaurants are more popular. In addition, usually we eat a large breakfast in a tea restaurant every day for only HKD $40. If you want to eat more richly, basically spending HKD $70 is enough.

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A common breakfast option in Hong Kong-style tea restaurants only costs about HKD $40 on average. (Click on image to enlarge)

Hong Kong Style Congee Shop

The biggest feature of Hong Kong-style porridge restaurants is that they sell the same food at any time, and many porridge restaurants are open until late at night. For example, common foods such as fried dough sticks, fried noodles, and white porridge in the morning can be eaten again after completing a full day's schedule.

Compared with Hong Kong-style tea restaurants, the food in Hong Kong-style porridge restaurants is cheaper. Generally speaking, it only costs HKD $30 to have a bowl of white porridge with various ingredients. In addition, for an additional HKD $10 – HKD $15, you can order an extra plate of fried noodles, fried dough sticks, or cloth noodles. Rice rolls.

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Normally, you only need to spend HKD $40 to enjoy a very rich breakfast at a Hong Kong-style porridge shop (click on the image to enlarge)

Hong Kong style teahouse

Shrimp dumplings, siu mai, and barbecued pork buns are all snacks that every Hong Kong-style teahouse must have. Among all the snacks, which one is your favorite?

The most attractive thing about Hong Kong-style teahouses is that the prices of dim sum are not very high, and there are many dim sum choices. It is also suitable for a few people to go to the teahouse together and try more different styles of dim sum. On average, each person only needs to spend about HKD $150 to taste 3-4 types of dim sum.

In addition, Hong Kong-style teahouses generally have no special restrictions on the number of people seated or meal times. Even if you plan to go to a Hong Kong-style teahouse to drink tea alone or with a few people, you can find some of your favorite snacks within the same budget.

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Hong Kong style fast food restaurant

If you don’t have time to go to those Hong Kong-style tea restaurants, you can actually order Hong Kong-style milk tea, pineapple buns, barbecued pork rice, etc. at some Hong Kong-style fast food restaurants, which are some common foods in Hong Kong-style tea restaurants.

For example, in Hong Kong-style fast food restaurants such as Café de Coral, Maxim’s, and Foxwoods, the general price of breakfast is about HKD $40, while the price of lunch and dinner is about HKD$50. The taste may not be as good as some traditional Hong Kong-style tea restaurants, but there are more branches and they are often opened near subway stations. Overall, you can regard it as a substitute for Hong Kong-style tea restaurants.

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Hong Kong style snack bar

Fish balls, siomai, and egg waffles are snacks that almost every visitor to Hong Kong will definitely try. If you are interested in trying it, you can easily find some specialty shops selling Hong Kong-style snacks in Tsim Sha Tsui, Mong Kok, and Causeway Bay.

The prices of these Hong Kong-style snacks are not very cheap. Taking ordinary fish eggs and siomai as an example, a bowl of 8 to 10 fish eggs and siomai will cost about HKD $15 - HKD $20. The price of egg waffles depends on whether it is a classic flavor or a special flavor. If it is a classic flavor, the average selling price is about HKD $25, while the special flavor is about HKD$40.

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The egg waffles are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. The price is about HK$$25 – HK$40 per $. (Click on image to enlarge)

Lan Kwai Fong Bar

Lan Kwai Fong, located in the Central business district, is the busiest bar area in Hong Kong and has the highest consumption level. If you also want to experience the bar culture in Lan Kwai Fong, Central, and also like to drink, you must prepare a large budget so that you can have a great time.

Generally speaking, a beer in Lan Kwai Fong in Central costs about HKD $80, while some snacks and meals with wine cost HKD100-$300. If you plan to spend the whole night in Lan Kwai Fong, Central, it is very common to spend more than HK$$500 for a whole night.

There are some restaurants on Wellington Street and Stanton Street next to Lan Kwai Fong in Central that offer cheaper dinners. So you can have dinner at the restaurant here first, and then go to Lan Kwai Fong in Central. In this way, you can save your budget while also experiencing the bar culture of Lan Kwai Fong in Central.

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Lan Kwai Fong in Central is the busiest and most expensive bar district in Hong Kong. (Click on image to enlarge)

Medium and high-end restaurants

Located on both sides of Victoria Harbour, in Central and Tsim Sha Tsui, you will find many mid- to high-end restaurants with a good atmosphere and a night view of Victoria Harbour.

If you want to have an unforgettable dining experience during these Hong Kong itineraries and celebrate important anniversaries, you can book high-end restaurants located in 5-star hotels. For example, at the Peninsula Hotel's Jialin Tower and the Four Seasons Hotel's Lung King Heen, you only need to spend about HKD $1,500 per person to enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor while tasting Michelin-starred dishes.

In addition, there are some restaurants near Tsim Sha Tsui Pier that specialize in providing Victoria Harbor sea view set meals for two people. Each person can enjoy a 6-course set menu at an average cost of about HKD $1,300, which is very suitable for dining with your partner while enjoying the night view of Victoria Harbor.

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There are many mid-to-high-end restaurants on both sides of Victoria Harbor, where you can enjoy the night view of Victoria Harbor while dining. (Click on image to enlarge)

Spending on food and beverages throughout the day

How much budget do you need for catering every day?

If your accommodation plan does not include breakfast or dinner, and you also want to experience different Hong Kong-style restaurants, you can set a daily dining budget of HKD $400. They cost HK$$50 to have breakfast at a Hong Kong-style tea restaurant, spend HK$$150 to have lunch at a Hong Kong-style tea house, spend HK$$50 to buy egg tarts and egg waffles, and spend HK$$150 to taste claypot rice and Hong Kong-style dinner. Wonton noodles and Hong Kong-style desserts. This kind of arrangement will definitely make you full and you can taste most of Hong Kong's special foods.

However, for some travelers with a relatively ample travel budget, you can spend HKD $100 to enjoy an English breakfast, then spend HKD $200 to enjoy a snack set at the hotel’s teahouse, and spend HKD $50 to buy egg tarts and egg waffles. , Hong Kong-style desserts. During dinner time, spend HKD $350 to go to some roast pork and sushi restaurants in Mong Kok and Causeway Bay, or some Western restaurants in Central.

If you can arrange to spend HKD $700 on catering every day, you can have a food budget of HKD$2800 for a 4 days and 3 nights trip. As long as you slightly adjust your daily itinerary, this budget is enough for you to book some high-end restaurants on both sides of Victoria Harbor.

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How much does it cost to travel in Hong Kong for three or four days?

Arranging a trip to Hong Kong in just a few days will require a total of expenditures on air tickets, hotels, transportation to the airport, transportation within Hong Kong, and meals.

If your 4-day and 3-night trip in Hong Kong this time is as mentioned at the beginning, it is a trip mainly focused on visiting scenic spots and tasting Hong Kong-style food. The cost of your entire Hong Kong travel trip should be similar to the following table.

Booking costsConsumption Budget (HKD)
Purchase an economy class round-trip ticketHKD $2000
Book a hotel roomHKD $2000
Book airport transportation plan, travel Internet SIM card planHKD $300
Cost of visiting attractions and purchasing ticketsHKD $2500
Cost of traveling by public transport in Hong KongHKD $350
Cost of dining in restaurantsHKD $1600
sum up expensesHKD $8800
Budget for arranging a 4-day and 3-night Hong Kong travel itinerary

A 4-day and 3-night trip to Hong Kong costs HKD $8800. I’m not sure if it’s a reasonable travel budget for you, but a travel cost that exceeds expectations?

If you think spending HK$8,800 on $ is more than you expected, don’t forget that this number is actually an average and a relatively conservative budget. When you formally plan your Hong Kong travel itinerary, you will find that there is a lot of room for adjustment.

How to save more on your travel budget?

To put it simply, there are several ways to compress your travel budget, such as waiting for airlines to sell discounted tickets and choosing some hotels with cheaper prices, so that you can save about HKD $2,000. In addition, the budget of HKD $8800 actually assumes that you will visit all paid attractions, and also includes tickets for all paid attractions. If you only go to one of the theme parks between Hong Kong Disneyland and Hong Kong Ocean Park, you can already save an extra HKD $500.

In other words, you only need to book air tickets and hotels in advance, and actually spend about HKD $6500, you can arrange a very fulfilling 4 days and 3 nights Hong Kong travel itinerary. During your trip to Hong Kong, you can go to your favorite attractions and eat your favorite food.

Of course, you can further compress your travel budget. As long as you arrange to go to some cheaper restaurants and book some cheaper hotel rooms, approximately HKD $5000 should be enough to arrange a 4-day 3-day travel itinerary. However, the choice of hotels, restaurants, and attractions will be a little more restrictive. For example, you cannot go to some higher-end restaurants and hotels because of insufficient budget. You can only go to some cheaper restaurants and stay in hotels with smaller areas. If you want to experience the authentic culture of Hong Kong, this itinerary is very suitable for you. But if you want to try some Hong Kong specialty restaurants and visit the most popular attractions, this travel budget may bring a lot of restrictions to you.

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Cost of shopping in Hong Kong

In addition to booking air tickets and hotels before departure, as well as transportation and food expenses during the trip, there is another thing that can cost you a lot of money, and that is shopping in Hong Kong.

If you are planning to arrange a shopping trip in Hong Kong, you must prepare a little more travel budget to come to Hong Kong. Because you can buy all kinds of products in Hong Kong, from high-end brand-name handbags and high-end clothing with a unit price of more than HK$$50,000, to products in supermarkets with a unit price of no more than HK$$100. For example, Hong Kong-style milk tea, Vita lemon tea, and Tempo tissues can be purchased for an entire suitcase for less than HKD $500.

So whether you should prepare a shopping budget of HKD 500 or more than HKD 10,000 depends entirely on what souvenirs you plan to buy back home in Hong Kong.

If you plan to come to Hong Kong to buy high-end designer handbags and high-end clothing, you can arrange a whole day to go to Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, or the Landmark Plaza in Central, Hong Kong Island. Both of these places have a large number of high-end clothing. A hub of brands.

Some souvenirs that can only be purchased in Hong Kong, such as products and food with unique Hong Kong characteristics, can be found in some supermarkets and old stores. In addition, you can also refer to the list of Hong Kong souvenirs we have prepared for you. Maybe there will be some Hong Kong specialty products that you have never seen before.

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Summarize

I believe that through the travel budget in today’s article, you should be able to estimate how much money you need to prepare for this trip to Hong Kong.

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