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Hong Kong

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Although originally born as an important port and British colony, Hong Kong has since evolved into one of Asia’s most affluent areas and, most importantly, one of its most successful and popular tourists resorts. As a destination brimming with energy and things to do, Hong Kong is best discovered by car hire in Hong Kong, which provides the perfect way to see and do a lot on the same trip.

Among other things, Hong Kong is most famous for its prolific cinema industry and the tribute that has been paid to its legendary actors can be seen with a pleasant stroll along Kowloon Bay to the Avenue of Stars. As well as this, Hong Kong has an endless list of things to do in terms of sightseeing, entertainment and shopping.

Cheap car hire in Hong Kong can find you in the main tourist area Tsim Sha Tsui where informative places such as the Kowloon Space Museum and Hong Kong Museum of History can be found. An immensely popular trip for tourists Hong Kong is walking along Victoria Peak to enjoy breathtaking 360 degree views of Asia’s most serene skyline and harbour.

If you have come to Hong Kong to do a bit of shopping, the main street in Tsim Sha Tsui, Nathan Road is where Hong Kong’s best restaurants and pubs are located. The city’s central district is where most of the nightlife kicks off whether you prefer cocktail bars or bustling nightclubs.

If by some chance you run out of options, car rental in Hong Kong makes it easy to drive into mainland China and onto the cities of Shenzhen and Guangzhou. If you like a flutter, driving to the port of Hong Kong and then catching the ferry to the island of Macau will find you enjoying Asia’s ‘mini Las Vegas’.