With a little planning, it would be more than easy to spend the best part of a day in Hong Kong without spending a cent, assuming you have a big breakfast and take a bottle of water along with you. A stroll along the harbor front in either Tsim Sha Tsui or Central won't cost a penny. Assuming it's a Wednesday, admission to the Hong Kong Museum of History is free all day long. If you are keen to avoid shelling out for bus fares, a hike up to Victoria Peak or the Po Lin monastery will lead to two of Hong Kong's most popular attractions – and they're free too. Of course, the goods on show in Hong Kong's street markets aren't free, but there's no charge for wandering about these incredibly photogenic locales. And why not wind up your day by taking in the magnificent sound and light show that is the Symphony of Lights, which illuminates the harbor and surrounding skyscrapers in a fitting finale. All in all, there is plenty to attract the budget traveler in Hong Kong, and a few days spent in the city won't necessarily break the bank.