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An ideal way to see what Hong Kong has to offer is by renting a Hong Kong hire car. Compare Car Rental offers travellers in Hong Kong cheap car hire from all the major car rental companies such as Avis and Hertz. Using our car hire comparison site is quick and easy and will offer you a car to suit your needs from economy car hire to luxury car hire options. Characterised by heart-stopping scenery, tasty tapas and long afternoon siestas, the land of Flamenco dancing has so much to offer.

Your Hong Kong car hire can include optional extras and unlimited mileage. Our simple Hong Kong car rental comparison site will provide you with quotes on cheap car rental for Hong Kong for the right vehicle in which to discover Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is located on China's south coast and famous for its deep natural harbour and amazing skyline. Hong Kong’s population has grown enormously since its days as a small trading post and now has a population of seven million. Of the 7 million people, 95% are ethnic Chinese with only 5%from other groups. Hong Kong was under British control until 1997 until it was handed back to China who resumed sovereignty.

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Hong Kong was, at one time, best known for its manufacturing and the export of textiles and other goods; it is now most known for its role as an international financial centre with a highly desirable low tax lifestyle.

Due to its small size and high population the only way to develop the island to incorporate its growth was to build ever taller buildings which now give the island its distinctive skyline. Hong Kong also has one of the most used public transport systems in the world with 90% of the total population using it daily.

Although the centre of Hong Kong is overcrowded, only around 25% of its landmass has been developed, much of the remaining land has been given over to nature reserves and country parks. Its long coastline is dotted with beaches, rivers and bays. Hong Kong has a sub tropical climate with hot and humid summers and the threat of typhoons that often cause flooding and landslides.

The people of Hong Kong have their roots firmly within China whilst having adopted British influences through their time as a British colony. This is reflected in many areas including cuisine and entertainment. Bruce Lee has a statue dedicated to him and many of Hong Kong’s films and film stars have become famous the world over with the government supporting many of their institutions that promote the arts.