Whether you're new to Hong Kong, visiting or just looking to find something to do, Hong Kong can be an intimidating and hard place to always know where to find activities, attractions, restaurants, or relaxation spots.
From street snacks, toy shopping, electronic goods and clothes, the Hong Kong street markets is a must-visit! Not only will you be able to find almost anything, it's just a fun experience hunting down all the goods your looking for!
What screams culture more than visiting Hong Kong's religious monuments...... the Temples! Hong Kong's a bit different, the temples here aren't just dedicated to Buddhism, but also Taoism and Confucius. We've gathered a list of the Top 5 best temples in Hong Kong! Enjoy!
Everyone comes to Hong Kong to see the typical tourist sights, and often times, the New Territories is ignored. With temples, mountainous country parks, hiking trails, and even villages, you might be surprised with what you find. Don't say no until you've given it a chance!
Hola! There may be a 6 hour time difference between Hong Kong and Spain but it doesn’t mean that Lan Kwai Fong is lacking in Spanish food. We’ve got a list of our recommended Spanish restaurants in and around LKF so listen up and pay attention.
With there being so much international influence in Hong Kong, it's no shock that the Italian/New York Pizza trend is apparent. With there being so many pizza places out there, we have compiled our top 5 pizzeria's for you guys to check out!
Who doesn't love a good cake? From birthdays, to celebrations or just to having afternoon tea, there's nothing a nice slice of cake can't fix! Here's our list on the best cake shops in Hong Kong! Enjoy!
Hong Kong’s only Michelin-starred Sichuan restaurant Qi-House of Sichuan has extended the chic concept to Kowloon with new sister restaurant Qi–Nine Dragons atop Prince Tower at 12A Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui.