Traveler Needs

Emergency: in the event of an emergency, you should ring 999 for the fire services, police or an ambulance.
Money: ATMs are scattered throughout Hong Kong, including at airport. They are almost all linked to international money systems such as Cirrus, Maestro, Plus and Visa Electron.
Costs: Hong Kong has become an extremely pricey destination, but if you stay in dormitories and eat budget meals, you can survive-just-on around 250 per day.
In general, tipping is not done in Hong Kong; taxi drivers only expect you to round up to the nearest dollar. Howeve, most up market restaurants and hotels add a 10% service charge to their bills.
Bargaining, on the other hand is de rigueur in Hong Kong, expect in department stores and clothing chain stores.
Currency: the until of currency is the Hong Kong dollar($), which is divided into 100 cents. Bills are issued in denominations of $10, $20, $50, $100, $500 and $100. Copper coins are worth 50c, 20c and 10c, while silver ones are issued denominations of $10, $5, $2 and $1. Prices in this chaoter are in HK$.