Ni hao and a warm welcome to our expat community in Hong Kong! Our exclusive network of expats living in Hong Kong can give you inside information on the best ways to make that big move to the Asian hub. InterNations has communities in 390 cities around the world, allowing you to communicate with other expats across the globe and gain an insight into the real expat life. If you are making a move to Hong Kong, you may have key questions you need answering, such as, "which neighborhood in Hong Kong has the best transportation links to the city center?", "where are the best schools in Kowloon?", or "what is the healthcare system like in Hong Kong?". Well, look no further than InterNations for the answers. The expat community in Hong Kong is full of members with experience and knowledge about moving to Hong Kong and will be able to help you by answering your questions. They may also be able to give you extra tips and tricks on how to make the move as smooth as possible. Gain the support you need from a network of real people, who understand exactly where you are coming from. Don't wait until you arrive in Hong Kong or leave your concerns to the last minute, get answers now and make those vital decisions about your move well ahead of time.
With InterNations, you never stand alone. Whether you move to another city or go on a business trip somewhere — our communities are there to make you feel at home wherever you are in the world. Feel free to also check out our other vibrant InterNations Communities like the ones in Amsterdam or Brussels.
Attend our monthly events and activities for Hong Kong expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.
Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow members in our Hong Kong expat forums.
The islands that make up Hong Kong provide the ultimate East-meets-West scene and the city is famous for its strong "work hard, play hard" focus. With a vibrant nightlife scene jam-packed with clubs and bars alongside successful businesses making the numerous high-rise blocks their work place, many expats move to Hong Kong to work and to achieve this high-flying lifestyle. But Hong Kong also has plenty of nature to explore — if you like outdoor activities, you will love the sub-tropical hiking trails and exploring the nearby Asia Pacific region. Accommodation in Hong Kong can be very expensive, and you often get a smaller place for more money. But the infrastructure and transportation in Hong Kong is of the highest standard, which makes day-to-day life much easier. Hong Kong is famed for being one of the world's shopping capitals — spend your weekends buying clothes, shoes, gadgets, and food that are completely tax-free. Hong Kong's integration with China has seen its economy recover quickly from the global economic crisis and it is now made up of a large international community, with lots of young, ambitious people making their mark on the city. Hong Kong is a place where almost anything is possible.
InterNations is the largest global network for expatriates, with communities in 390 cities across the globe. Get to know fellow internationals in your city, before you're moving, or when traveling somewhere and never feel like a stranger. InterNations makes it easy for you to stay in touch with your expat friends, both online and offline, so you can grow your network of friends and contacts from all over the world. Whether they live in Abu Dhabi or Riyadh, InterNations allows you to be close to them even if they are miles away.
All of our InterNations members have been approved by us to become part of the community. They understand the all-important principles — such as openness, honesty, and respect — that make our online and offline expat communities so successful. With this in mind, it is a great idea to continue your interests or hobbies in Hong Kong with your new expat friends. Hong Kong's large and thriving expat community has a number of groups and events that you can find online and can become involved with. From drinks and dinner meetings with fellow expats to adventurous hiking and cycling groups with like-minded people, whatever your interests may be, you are bound to connect with someone who shares your hobby. Or if not, why not try something new like the Spanish and Latino Lovers Group? Who says you have to be in Spain to learn Spanish? Connect with your new community both online and offline and start new friendships that will guide you through your exciting experience living abroad. What's more, your new community will understand more about the culture in Hong Kong, like where to get the best dim sum or where to celebrate Chinese New Year. Here's a whole community ready to help you start your new chapter in Hong Kong!