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Hong Kong is a special administrative region of China. Located on the southern coast of China between the Pearl River delta and the South China Sea, the city is famous for its preponderant skyline and deep natural harbor.

With an area of ​​1,104 km2 and a population of seven million people, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas in the world. 95% of Hong Kong's population is of Chinese ethnicity, while the remaining 5% belong to other groups.

The currency, the Hong Kong Dollar, is the eighth most traded currency in the world. The lack of space and the growing number of inhabitants and infrastructure have led the city to have an intense density of buildings, making it the most vertical city in the world. Hong Kong citizens have one of the highest per capita incomes in the world.

Book Green Hotels in Hong Kong with us, we will plant trees and you will be able to donate to charity for free!

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Our selected Green Hotels in Hong Kong. Choose one of the suggested hotel below or use the filter in the search results.

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We have changed the way of booking hotels! A new niche of green hotels is growing more and more.

We have selected sustainable hotels for conscious travelers like you! More than 8.000 Green Hotels worldwide!

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DONATE TO CHARITY FOR FREE

A Dream In Their Mind Is Our Mission!

We are working together with the only hope for raising a better tomorrow.

When you book you will receive a card that allow you to choose the charitable causes you want to support for FREE!

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PLANT TREES FOR FREE

Reforest the Planet by Planting Trees!

Make the world a greener place. We work with the aim of reforesting the planet by planting trees.

When you book we will plant trees for you, this is completely FREE! Don’t be mean, think GREEN!

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