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Hong Kong

A fusion of Chinese and British cultures forms the backbone of Hong Kong. Hong Kong has an impressive cityscape with soaring skyscrapers and plenty of city distractions. From cool bars to restaurants and other attractions, here’s what to see in Hong Kong.

hong kong boutique hotel
Space is a luxury in Hong Kong so One96 suites are perfect for the independent traveller. This funky boutique hotel allows you to stay in a hip part of Hong Kong and experience life like a local. Explore cool Sheung Wan, shop nearby or sample the area’s many restaurants...
cathay pacific business class
I wasn’t looking forward to my flight from Hong Kong to Brisbane, mainly because it was the second leg of a long journey that began in Singapore at 1.20am in the morning. I was particularly dreading the six-hour layover between flights and was not at all happy about waiting around in...
mongkok market
Mongkok is a unique area to spend time in Hong Kong. This is a thriving, lively and crowded district that has something for everyone. Frequented by locals who enjoy cheap dining and shopping, it is also a popular place for foreign visitors, eager to go shopping in Hong Kong...
Hong Kong Airport Express

Airport Express Hong Kong

There are several ways to travel into the city from Hong Kong International Airport. One popular mode of transportation is the Airport Express Hong Kong, which provides fast and efficient service to important areas of the city, making three calls at Tsing Yi, Kowloon and Hong Kong Station. Here are...
things to do in hong kong

10 things to do in Hong Kong

I love Hong Kong. It’s so vibrant and alive. And it’s busy. There’s always something happening in Hong Kong, no matter what time it is. Travel brochures will tell you that Hong Kong is a vibrant Asian metropolis – and it is. The sight of the city skyline, especially...
hong kong food

Hong Kong Chinese Food

Hong Kong Chinese food is such an integral part of Hong Kong’s culture that a typical greeting among friends is “lay sik-jo faan mei?” (have you eaten yet)? Just pick any eatery with masses of locals and you’re bound to eat a cheap and delicious Cantonese meal. Eating Hong Kong...

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