Hong Kong - Tours, Gap Year & Volunteer Programs

View meaningful holidays and travel ideas for Hong Kong with One World 365. Hong Kong is one of the most impressive places in the world to fly into, you will see where the ocean meets the city there are giant skyscrapers as far as the eye can see. If you are visiting Hong Kong for the first time it might be a bit of a shock to the senses, expect a bustling metropolis with people, hundreds of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. This country is a very exciting destination to visit on a gap year and we have lots of trips and programs available to join including applying to volunteer. There are also lots of ways to escape the busy city, we recommend taking a boat trip to one of the nearby islands and spending a day at the beach. A lot of the local restaurants have great sea food for cheap prices.

Hong Kong Travel Guide

  • Currency: Hong Kong dollar (HKD)
  • Population: 6,980,000 (approx)
  • Local Languages: Cantonese + English
  • International Dialing Code +852
  • Country Area: 1,092 km2



Tours in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is very accessible from international destinations, cheap flights and special offers can be found at selected times of the year. Accommodation can be very expensive in Hong Kong and you will need to book in advance for the best deals. Hong Kong is a good base to visit other places in China / Asia, there are flights with companies like Air Asia and also a lot of adventure travel companies which offer overland holidays and tours. You can view tours in Hong Kong with One World 365. Search tours where you can experience Hong Kong or travel overland, we list tours with large international and local tour operators. For somewhere a little different you might want to visit Macau which is local near to Hong Kong and offers a very different experience with old Portuguese colonial architecture.



Hong Kong - Tours, Gap Year & Volunteer Programs News

What to do for 3 days in Hong Kong

Are you wondering how to spend 3 days in Hong Kong and need itinerary ideas for what to do? One of our featured travel writers Sally Taylor recently visited Hong Kong and has put together a plan and itinerary for how to spend 3 days. As you drive into Hong Kong from the airport, it looks a lot like Jurassic Park. There's miles of hazy, mountainous countryside to whizz through, with forests on one side of you and wide watery expanses on the other. But then you get to the busy, bonkers city itself, and it's more like being in Futurama - with roof-level walkways, flashing neon lights and skyscrapers everywhere!