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  • 6 Reasons To Fall in Love With the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong @landlopers
    2016.05.26 — There are some hotels that I just click with, and no matter where in the world I find them, Ritz-Carlton tends to be near the top of that list. Whether it’s on Amelia Island, Florida or in China, I’m guaranteed a high level of service, lu ...
  • Hong Kong One of The Best Places to Eat Peking Duck @CompassandFork
    2016.05.26 — Peking Duck is a classic of Chinese cooking. Crispy-cooked duck breast, delightfully sweet hoisin sauce and crunchy cucumber and green onion, all wrapped inside soft, rice-based, Chinese Pancakes. Indeed, many people, myself included, consider Peking ...
  • In the Fast Lane with Big Bus Hong Kong @ClaireFromYVR
    2016.05.24 — Spend Your Time Wisely in Hong Kong Most people visit Hong Kong for less than a week (average is 3.3 nights). If you want to spend a day or even half a day seeing the best??sites, you want to ride the Big Bus Hong Kong. It also puts you at the head ...
  • Hong Kong What You Need to Know for the Best Time! @CompassandFork
    2016.05.24 — 10 Frequent Travelers Share Their Recommendations to Create the Ultimate Guide for Hong Kong What You Need to Know for the Best Time! Hong Kong is a top destination for international travelers.There’s so much to see and do. If you only have a f ...
  • Eating The Best of Hong Kong in 5 Bites @roamright
    2016.05.20 — Experience Hong Kong in the best way possible - through its food culture.
  • 4 Reasons To Love The Cathay Pacific Lounge Experience in Hong Kong @landlopers
    2016.05.19 — One of my favorite aspects of traveling in premium cabins when I fly actually happens before I ever board a plane – the airline lounges. Relaxing in a peaceful environment, enjoying a snack or just checking email in privacy – these are al ...
  • How to Do Hong Kong on a Budget: Where to Spend & What to Skip @bootsnall
    2016.05.19 — Hong Kong is notoriously expensive, but seeing the city on a budget doesn't have to mean skipping all the fun stuff. Mary Richardson tells you where it makes sense to spend some of your precious travel budget.
  • Colorful Hong Kong: 5 things you should visit there to see the best the city has @itravelnet
    2016.05.16 — Hong Kong is one of the largest cities in China, located in the south of the country. So many people live here that it is hard to talk about this town as a city – in some cases it is more like a country! So naturally, a place where millions of ...
  • The Charterhouse Causeway Bay Hong Kong @placesandfoods
    2016.05.15 — The Charterhouse Causeway Bay Hong Kong Where to stay in Causeway Bay Hong Kong? Well, this is one of the hotels located in the prime area of Causeway Bay and it won’t cost you a bomb. You should check out The Charterhouse Hotel. They are loca ...
  • The Landing Pad in Hong Kong @treyratcliff
    2016.05.11 — On Digital Rev If you haven’t seen this, it’s pretty funny! I was reminded of this because, during the filming of this show, I took the photo below… you can see Kai and I standing in that circle. Daily Photo – The Landing P ...
  • 19 of The Best Things to do in Hong Kong @theplanetd
    2016.05.05 — If someone were to ask me what my favourite city in the world is, it would be a toss up between New York City and Hong Kong. I love New York because it is comfortable, exciting, and filled with energy but there is something about Hong Kong that makes ...
  • Afternoon Tea at The Upper House, Hong Kong @janetnewenham
    2016.05.05 — My three-day trip to Hong Kong was a whirlwind adventure. It rained non-stop for 72 hours, I hopped, skipped and jumped from dumpling restaurant to noodle stand and walked until my feet ached. When the… View Post The post Afternoon Tea at The ...
  • 30 Awe-Inspiring Photo Captures of Cultural Hong Kong @weblogtheworld
    2016.04.24 — It’s not an exaggeration to say that my maiden voyage to Hong Kong six years ago inspired me to follow my own advice when I set off to English in Shanghai—and hit the road—less than a month afterwards. But it’s also not a coi ...
  • What To Do When You First Move to Hong Kong @onestep4ward
    2016.04.18 — Moving to a new city is never very easy. It’s even more difficult if you don’t have any friends already living there. We as humans adapt quickly though and feeling familiar with a new neighborhood and way of life doesn’t take long t ...
  • Relaxation in the Heart of Hong Kong? @weblogtheworld
    2016.04.17 — It was nearly 9 p.m.??by the time I checked into my charming but un-noteworthy Hong Kong hotel. This??was??both fitting—Hong Kong is at its most colorful by night??and I’d returned there, among other reasons, to take the most colorful pho ...
  • Pantless in Hong Kong @thatbackpacker
    2016.04.16 — “Are you sure you don’t want me to pack your beige pants?” The apartment in Chiang Mai was a mess in preparation for our upcoming trip to Hong Kong and I was yet again trying to convince Sam that it might just be a good idea to pac ...
  • Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery in Hong Kong @alouise_d
    2016.04.15 — This is post is from TakeMeToTheWorld.comWhen I travel I like to find one place, one activity or site or show that I really want to see. While there was a lot I was interested in checking out while I was in Hong Kong, my one must do was visiting the ...
  • Say Hello to Hong Kong @collegetourist
    2016.04.12 — It’s almost hard to believe that it has been a month since I was wandering around Kowloon, haggling with vendors at the Ladies’ Market in Mong Kok and swiping my Octopus card on the subway like a local in Hong Kong. Thanks to the ever-exp ...
  • 7 Unusual Things To Do In Hong Kong @insidetravellab
    2016.04.12 — Hong Kong glitters at the edge of China, the perfect arrival point for first time explorers of this fascinating country – and continent beyond. The shiny harbour with its slippery fish stalls and floating sail boats let you know that you are, ...
  • Unusual Markets of Hong Kong @Cemonde
    2016.04.09 — Unusual Markets of Hong Kong Hong Kong, perhaps, is best known for shopping in its myriad markets. Leave high end shops and malls, here we will see some famous markets that have nothing to do with famous international brands ! So much so that one may ...