Asia's World City, Fragrant Harbor
Though Hong Kong is considered a leading financial center of East Asia, there is much more to it than banking and industry. There are pockets of nearly untouched land for the adventurous traveler to discover, and there are numerous cultural events (arts, literature, film, and even rugby) throughout the year.
The cost of living in Hong Kong can be high---listed 6th overall in the Mercer’s 2013 Cost of Living report, the property market in Hong Kong is extremely overinflated, which makes finding accommodation an expensive endeavor from the beginning.
There are more mobile phones than there are people in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong education system, governed by the Hong Kong Education Bureau, is divided into three types of schools: government, subsidized, and private international schools. There are over 1100 schools in Hong Kong. Primary and secondary education is mandatory for Hong Kong residents, but kindergarten is not.
Are you an RMC, corporation, or individual looking to relocate to Hong Kong?Contact Us
Hong Kong contains a large amount of countryside, featuring mountains, forests, wetlands, beaches, islands, and stunning rock formations.
Hong Kong offers 48 International schools, more than any other Asian city.
Hong Kong retained its position as the largest wine auction centre in the world from 2010 to 2012.
Hong Kong remained number 1 among the 60 largest economies in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Globalisation Index 2012.
Nicole - Standard relocation
Your consultant was very helpful and willing. I very appreciate her help during my first few weeks. Thank you!
Do you need relocation services or have questions about our services? We would love to hear from you! Feel free to contact us by completing the form, or through one of our other contact options, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
PO Box 438
Chicago, IL 60690
549 East Coast Rd, #03-19