Prices in Hong Kong

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Currency:

1 USD = 7,85 HKD

Prices in cafes and restaurants

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1.  Average bill in cheap local cafe

70.25 HKD

2.  Average bill in tourist restaurant

235 HKD

3.  Big Mac combo set (medium)

36.40 HKD

4.  Cup of cappuccino

30.20 HKD

Prices on products in supermarkets

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1.  Bottle of water 0,5 liter

7.75 HKD

2.  Bottle of local beer 0,5 liter

11 HKD

3.  Bottle of imported beer 0,5 liter

17.50 HKD

4.  Bottle of wine 0.75 liter

128 HKD

5.  Rice 1 kg

16 HKD

6.  Bottle of milk 1 liter

21 HKD

7.  Loaf of bread 0.5 kg

15 HKD

8.  Banana 1 kg

7 HKD

9.  Oranges 1 kg

20 HKD

10.  Apples 1 kg

11 HKD

11.  Potato 1 kg

12 HKD

12.  Chicken breasts 1 kg

45 HKD

Prices of accommodation rental

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1.  Bed in 8-beds dormitory

175 HKD

2.  Double room in budget hostel

322 HKD

3.  Double room in average hotel (3-4 stars)

552 HKD

4.  Rent of 1-bedroom apartment per month

10000 HKD

5.  Cost of internet per month

300 HKD

Transportation costs

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1.  Price of one-way ticket in public transport

11.50 HKD

2.  Price of monthly pass for public transport

450 HKD

3.  Price of a taxi ride (average cost of trip in the city)

150 HKD

4.  Price of 1 liter of petrol 95

15 HKD

Flights to Hong Kong

We got information about prices in Hong Kong on food in cafes and restaurants, products in supermarkets, accommodation rental and transportation costs based on the data of 3 people. At the moment, prices have been added to the city Hong Kong.

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An advices on how to save money on food, transport and accommodation while traveling around Hong Kong

Hong Kong is one of the most expensive countries in South-East Asia — and it has it's right on it. The living standards and the quality of products and transport is much higher here than in the majority of neighboring countries. Unfortunately this doesn't concern the accommodation — so come prepared to pay twice or even three times more than you would pay for a king size hotel room in Thailand for a room with a size of cupboard in the huge and crowded skyscraper. On the other hand the transport is really cheap — and you can pay as little as 2,5 HKD for a ferry ticket from Kowloon to the Hong Kong island or for the ride in the double decker tram which allows you to see all the island from high above sitting in the front row!

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