Living in Hong Kong

Serviced Apartments
A serviced apartment is a good option for those seeking accommodations for a few months and those who are not quite ready to commit to a long-term rental. With the full service and full furnishing options, a serviced apartment is also an easy way of getting set up quickly in town.
Starting a Business
Hong Kong has consistently topped international lists for being one of the easiest places to start a business. The low cost of setting up a company and the city’s open and free trade environment make it the perfect place for entrepreneurs to embark on a new and exciting journey of doing business in the city.
International Schools
International schools in Hong Kong have an excellent reputation for quality education. An international education – from pre-school nursery to primary and secondary levels – is available for children from expatriate families in a city known to have an abundance of private and public institutions all over the territory.
Advanced Education
Hong Kong is full of opportunities to learn new skills for business or leisure. Whether you want to pick up a new language or learn something new for fun on the weekends, there are different types of institutions offering interesting and useful classes, as well as opportunities for further academic study as a university or post-graduate student.
Transportation
Hong Kong is known for having one of the world’s best public transport systems. Car ownership is optional here, as high availability and low cost of public transportation makes it easy to get around. Buses, taxis and trains are clean, safe and frequent.
Healthy Living
Hong Kong ranks as one of the healthiest places in the world. Western and Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners are widely available. Medical care and public health infrastructure are of a very high standard, and people living in Hong Kong have one of the highest life expectancies in the world.
Next Door: Guangzhou, Macau & Shenzhen
The close proximity of Guangzhou, Macau and Shenzhen to Hong Kong makes them ideal for visiting on the weekend or during the city’s many public holidays.