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Hong Kong travel provides a feast for the senses, as it is a well-renowned destination for terrific shopping, fine dining and stellar nightlife. It is also known as one of the largest hubs for individuals to travel and work. Business travel in Hong Kong is a fantastic as Hong Kong is a collision of East and West, but it is more than just a city-lover's paradise. In fact there are three other districts to explore outside of the city center, including Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Island.
This is the highest point in Hong Kong and offers impressive views of the sea and city. The Outlying Islands offer famous beaches that stretch for miles and can be a great retreat for some peace and quiet during your stay. City ferries offer another view of the city and allow visitors to travel in comfort. Hong Kong is a very accessible city for Western travelers because most of the population speaks English. The city also has a reputation for excellent service and good public transportation as well.
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A record number of travelers this year are choosing to hire cars on their European vacations and travel business events. When it comes to car hire Europe, it pays to be prepared by following some simple tips. Holiday travelers who prefer to travel by ferry or train and then hire a car should book with a reputable international company that operates in their home country.
They should also ensure that they have fully comprehensive insurance, because this type of cover is not standard in some European countries. Specifically, make sure that you're covered for damage to the windscreen, tires and underside of the car. Because the excess that comes with a car hire can be very high, it may also be worth considering excess insurance, which is offered by many car hire firms as a top-up. This kind of insurance can be up to five times cheaper if purchased in advance.
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For those who believe that there is a big difference between being a traveler and a tourist, one startup website called uHambi may be able to bridge the gap. The idea behind uHambi is to use 100% open source software to close in on the middle ground between the convenience of having a personal travel agent and the benefits of browsing for great travel deals on discount sites.
The company wants to create a world class travel booking experience that combines the convenience of online travel research, planning and booking with the personal touch of fa travel agent by offering destination information and travel inspiration based on local knowledge and supporting a wide choice of the best travel suppliers. Users can sign up at no cost and shortlist their favorite listings to view later or plan their holiday, and the search and filtering system on the site is quite advanced.