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13th Mar to 18th Mar, 2024Moderate Budget Flight
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Things to do in Hong Kong in March

Day 1 - Wednesday 13th, Mar
evening -

Arrival at Hong Kong International Airport and transfer to hotel. Explore the local neighborhood for dinner at Yat Lok Restaurant, famous for its roast goose. Address: 34-38 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong. After dinner, take a leisurely walk along the Avenue of Stars on the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade for stunning views of the Hong Kong skyline.

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Day 2 - Thursday 14th, Mar
morning -

Visit the iconic Tian Tan Buddha on Lantau Island and explore Ngong Ping Village. Have a delicious vegetarian lunch at the popular Po Lin Monastery Vegetarian Kitchen. Address: Ngong Ping, Lantau Island, Hong Kong.

afternoon -

Explore the vibrant streets of Mong Kok and experience the local street food scene at the famous Soy Street (Fa Yuen Street). Try some local delicacies such as egg waffles, fish balls, and stinky tofu.

evening -

Take a sunset stroll along the picturesque Victoria Harbour waterfront and enjoy the Symphony of Lights show. Have dinner at Australia Dairy Company known for its classic Hong Kong-style breakfast and comfort food. Address: 47 Parkes Street, Jordan, Hong Kong.

Day 3 - Friday 15th, Mar
morning -

Visit the bustling Temple Street Night Market, known for its lively atmosphere and variety of goods. Enjoy a late breakfast at Mido Cafe, a retro diner serving traditional Hong Kong-style dishes. Address: 63 Temple St, Jordan, Hong Kong.

afternoon -

Explore the colorful and lively Ladies' Market on Tung Choi Street in Mong Kok. Indulge in a late lunch at Tsim Chai Kee Noodle, famous for its delicious wonton noodles. Address: 98, Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong.

evening -

Experience a traditional Cantonese dim sum dinner at Lin Heung Tea House, one of the oldest and most authentic tea houses in Hong Kong. Address: 162 Wellington St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.

Day 4 - Saturday 16th, Mar
morning -

Explore the creative and artistic hub of PMQ (Former Police Married Quarters) and discover local designer boutiques, art galleries, and lifestyle shops. Enjoy a light brunch at the popular Aberdeen Street Social. Address: 35 Aberdeen St, Central, Hong Kong.

afternoon -

Visit the Hong Kong Museum of History to learn about the rich history and culture of Hong Kong. Indulge in a late lunch at Kam Wah Café famous for their iconic pineapple buns. Address: G/F, 47 Bute St, Prince Edward, Hong Kong.

evening -

Take a leisurely walk through the vibrant street art scene in the neighborhoods of Sheung Wan and discover the colorful murals and graffiti. Have dinner at Kau Kee Restaurant, famous for its hearty beef brisket noodles. Address: G/F, 21 Gough St, Central, Hong Kong.

Day 5 - Sunday 17th, Mar
morning -

Indulge in a relaxing morning at Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden, a serene oasis in the heart of the city. Have a peaceful breakfast at the Garden Café within the Nan Lian Garden. Address: 60 Fung Tak Road, Diamond Hill, Hong Kong.

afternoon -

Experience a traditional Cantonese dim sum lunch at Maxim's Palace City Hall, one of the classic dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong. Address: 2/F, Low Block, City Hall, Central, Hong Kong.

evening -

Enjoy a farewell dinner at Hing Fat Restaurant, a local favorite known for its delicious Hong Kong-style barbecue dishes. Address: Shop E, G/F, Kam Chuk Building, 56 Kam Chuk Street, North Point, Hong Kong.

Weather in Hong Kong in Invalid date
Avg Temp15°C to 21°C
Chance of Rain30%

March in Hong Kong is generally mild and pleasant, with warm temperatures and occasional showers. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

Travel eSims for Hong Kong

*Travel eSims are a great way to stay connected while travelling. They are easy to set up online, no need to visit a store, and can be used in multiple countries. They are a data saver compared to international roaming and are compatible with most phones.

Things to Carry on your trip to Hong Kong

Clothing & Apparel

Lightweight jacket -

For evenings and moderate temperatures.

Comfortable pants -

For exploring the city.

T-shirts -

For warm weather.

Dress -

(Optional) For a special night out.


Hat -

For sun protection.

Sunglasses -

For sun protection.

Scarf -

(Optional) For warmth or accessorizing.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport and visa (if required) -

Essential travel documents.

Money and credit cards -

For making purchases.

Travel insurance -

For peace of mind.

First-aid kit -

For minor emergencies.

Good to have

Adapter plug -

For charging electronics.

Reusable water bottle -

For staying hydrated.

Travel guidebook -

For information on local attractions.

Camera -

For capturing memories.


Phone -

For communication and navigation.

Laptop or tablet -

(Optional) For entertainment or work.

Portable charger -

For keeping devices powered up.

Noise-canceling headphones -

(Optional) For blocking out noise.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Both cash and credit cards are widely accepted in Hong Kong.

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