Hong Kong, a major metropolis in Southeast China, has a booming economy that attracts international visitors from all over the world to visit, work, and play. Hong Kong has become a pillar in the global financial industry, attracting worldwide attention.
Though Mandarin Chinese is the primary language spoken in China, English is widely spoken throughout Hong Kong, making it relatively simple for anyone moving to Hong Kong from overseas to get around. Hong Kong has a very high standard of living, ranking at the top of economic freedom, quality of life, and Human Development Index lists. Because of a high demand for real estate, and not much land to work with, housing can be very expensive. Hong Kong is actually one of the most expensive cities in the world.
Hong Kong offers a wide variety of things to do—historical sites, restaurants, clubs, entertainment, etc. As Hong Kong is located at the seam where Eastern culture meets Western culture, you will be able to find a melting pot of foods as well as cultural influences. Whether you want to eat traditional Chinese food or more familiar cuisine after moving to Hong Kong, you will be able to find a restaurant to cater to your taste.
I Love Moving reminds you that you will need to apply for a visa prior to moving to Hong Kong. Contact your local Hong Kong Consulate to learn more about the visa types available as well as the process to apply. Give yourself plenty of time prior to moving to Hong Kong to have your visa process as it can sometimes be a time consuming procedure