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Make friends with our Concierge, they have the keys to the city and know how to use them.

Lots of taxi drivers don’t speak English so ask your new friend, the Concierge, to write where you are going on a hotel card. Keep the card so you can get back again.

Money Talks! Many smaller businesses do not take credit cards and you can’t flash the plastic when you are haggling for a bargain at the markets.

Piggy went to Market! When visiting markets you will find the same stuff on many stalls. Start the bargaining by offering only ¼ of the price and work up. If you have bargained too hard, the merchant will let you walk away. When you go to the next stall you know the new benchmark, so start again from that price. Easy.

The general rule of tipping is to leave the coins from the change behind and if it’s been nicey but pricey and you’ve received exceptional service you may want to tip a little more.

If you’re on the Kowloon side and in a hurry to taxi to the Island, take the Western tunnel. It costs more than the original tunnel but will save you from getting caught up in traffic. Better still if you are not wearing your ball gown and tiara, jump on the MTR.

Expect masses of people everywhere…just like a strong current, go with the flow and don’t fight it! Personal space is not a luxury here.

The best bars, clubs and restaurants are located in buildings 20+ floors up or down obscure laneways. See recommended bars and restaurants.

No “Get Out of Jail Free” Card here. Litter Bugs are severely punished. Disgraceful behaviour such as throwing cigarette butts on the ground will result in a HK$1,500 fine.

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