Beaches & Aquatic Activities:
Many people are surprised to hear of Hong Kong’s beautiful beaches, so they often come unprepared for a day in the water. Of course, the most important thing you’ll need is a bathing suit, and items to help protect you from the sun including a hat, sunglasses
, and sunscreen
. We recommend bringing along as few items as you can, and to bring along a change of clothes for your trip back home.
Nightlife: Nightlife in Hong Kong is some of the best in Asia, with unforgettable bars and clubs throughout the city. It’s an open and inviting atmosphere, where interesting dress is encouraged and the incredible diversity of people brings a little bit of everything. As always, we recommend wearing comfortable clothing to stay cool and doesn’t restrict your movements such as sneakers and jeans. Beyond this, we encourage you to express your style with there being no specific restrictions on dress in bars, clubs, and restaurants.
Temples, Museums, & Historical Sites: Hong Kong is chock-full of cultural sites from Buddhist temples to some of Asia’s most respected museums. With more than you could see in any single visit, or perhaps even a lifetime, one of the best parts of exploring the city is stumbling upon many of these hidden gems. To dress best for these occasions, we suggest wearing more modest yet breezy clothes such as elephant pants or athletic pants to permit entrance across locations as well as remain comfortable while you travel around and enjoy the sites.