Hong Kong Itinerary: Three Days with Kids

Hong Kong, Hong Kong Guide (B): Hong Kong Itinerary: Three Days with Kids

Hong Kong had been on our travel wish list for some time. In fact, we were all set to go back in 2015 when my husband got ill and we had to cancel our travel plans. With some expectation, we finally visited Hong Kong during a stop-off to Bali. This time we had not one but two children in tow ages 4 and 10 months. Not often considered a family-friendly destination, we found hilly Hong Kong island a struggle at times with a pushchair. While its densely populated streets filled with over 7 million inhabitants (plus extra Chinese tourists as it was a bank holiday weekend) proved was hectic and busy. But the cultural experience outweighed the small challenges and our expectations did not let us down. As we’d never been before, we let the children fall into our plans rather than do the activities targeting families (such as Disneyland). Do check out my guide for visiting the city with kids for practical advice. Here’s a run down of what we did in Hong Kong in three days.

We flew from London Heathrow to Hong Kong with Cathay Pacific on a night flight. Mrs T was happy watching movies before sleeping while our 11 month old, Cheeky, slept for around 5 hours in the bassinet. Result! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Hong Kong Itinerary: Three Days with Kids
Guide Location: Hong Kong » Hong Kong
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Royal Plaza   Museum of Art   Clock Tower   Hong Kong Observation Wheel   Mandarin Oriental Hotel   Man Mo temple   WooLooMooLoo   Dim Dim Sum   Zoological and Botanical Gardens  
Author: Elizabeth Callaghan
Read it on author's website: http://www.wandermum.co.uk/hong-kong-itinerary-three-days-kids/

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