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Hong Kong has many moving parts. Its buildings tower over the city's 7.5 million residents who to outsiders appear to live their lives in organised chaos. To say that life moves fast in Hong Kong is an understatement. Blink too often and you will miss something wonderful.

Geographically, Hong Kong is dissected into a series of connected, yet distinctive, neighbourhoods. Each neighbourhood has its own personality. Central Hong Kong is home to the business community. Tsim Sha Tsui is the destination for shopaholics, and home to some of the best shopping in Hong Kong. Wan Chai pays respect to Hong Kong’s history - in particular, the city’s Colonial era. Sheung Wan is regarded as Hong Kong’s hipster hub and home to the city’s best art galleries.

Hong Kong has a booming arts scene.  It has a food culture that is the envy of almost anywhere else in the world. It has a rich Asian history. It is a confident city that makes no excuses for its riches and often “in your face” opulence. It is a city that understands its past, present and future. It is a city that welcomes visitors, challenges visitors, and no matter how many times you come to explore, you will never really stop discovering new things.

After spending four days in Hong Kong you will hop on the Virgin Australia flight home, but rest assured that while you will leave Hong Kong, it will never leave you.

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