Hong Kong is a great city, full of interesting things to see and do, nice people, and food for every palate. It’s a surprisingly safe and manageable place to get around in, too. Here are some tips to help you hit the ground running.
Our family has, by design, stayed in every kind of accommodation during our travels: hostels, hotels, motels, time shares, relatives’ couches, glamping, Airbnb, and our youngest kid was an actual Boy Scout who camped. (My husband and I camped before children, then gave up when the babies started coming.) We stayed in a variety of places because we want our children to be ready for anything, no matter what their circumstances or income. We want them to be able to live out of a suitcase, haul their own stuff, sleep wherever, eat what’s put before them, and treat everyone they meet with respect.
Whether you’re a first-time visitor to New York, or a regular who keeps coming back, here are some tips to help you navigate the city smoothly and efficiently. That way, you can enjoy yourself and not get lost or run out of steam.