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Traveling to another country is exciting and terrifying in the same time, especially if you don’t speak the language. Don’t panic, fortunately nowadays there is a guide for anything, check out these 3 tips on how to get along in Hong Kong:
1. To get by easy and safe, purchase a rechargeable #OctopusCard, get on any type of transportation buses, trains, trams, ferry, and also make purchases at vending machines, convenience stores, supermarkets, fast-food restaurants, some shops, and the racetrack.
2. First thing you will notice when hitting the streets of Hong Kong is the lack of elbow room. To best avoid the crowds, visit the most populous areas—such as Mong Kok, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Causeway Bay—on weekdays when more Hongkongers are at work, but avoid lunch hour from 1–2pm at all costs.
3. Best things in life are free! Seven of the city's museums are open for free every Wednesday: the Museum of Art, Museum of History, Heritage Museum, Science Museum, Space Museum, Museum of Coastal Defence and the Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum. Also Hong Kong's places of worship are plentiful and usually free to enter. There are hundreds of temples you can enter to experience the history and architecture, or simply for a few moments of quiet contemplation