hong kong (China) Travel Blogs

  • Fotoeins Friday: Hong Kong’s Peak view to Kowloon @fotoeins
    2014.08.21 — As residents and careful visitors may know, the main difference between the view from The Peak Galleria and the view from the adjacent and more popular The Peak Tower is the price of admission. Entrance to the terrace level of the Peak Tower costs $4 ...
  • Where to buy Hong Kong Prepaid Sim Card @gimikero
    2014.08.15 — Where to buy Prepaid Sim Card in Hong Kong ? There are so many shops in Hong Kong that sells prepaid sim card. You can easily find 1 in 711,...
  • MUST-TRY IN KAPITOLYO: Egg-it Hong Kong Style Waffles in Kapitolyo, Pasig City @adventuristaako
    2014.08.13 — Egg-it is another new "hole-in-the-wall" food shop in Kapitolyo, Pasig that takes pride in serving Hong Kong style waffles with a twist. Its original concept came from Hong Kong where the famous street-food snack "eggette" origin ...
  • Discovering Hong Kong’s Newest and Most Creative Space – The PMQ @landlopers
    2014.08.12 — As a creative person myself, I always love connecting with My People every chance I get. Luckily, this is getting easier and easier to do all around the world thanks to innovative Maker and Creator spaces popping up all around the world. The newest e ...
  • 5 Unexpected Things to Do in Hong Kong @marxtermind
    2014.08.07 — Get away from the expected and experience Hong Kong in an entirely new way. While the following five random activities may require a little extra time and money, the adventure and thrills will be... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websit ...
  • 4 of Hong Kong's Hippest New Restaurants @huffposttravel
    2014.08.07 — Much like the city, Hong Kong's food scene is ambitious and fast-paced. Chefs are constantly launching new restaurants with bold concepts that fuse Eastern and Western influences. Last month, I ate my way through four of Hong Kong's newest restaura ...
  • Hong Kong at Night @corinnevail
    2014.08.05 — There’s not many cities that evoke more of a sense of exoticism and excitement than Hong Kong. ??With its link to the British Commonwealth and China, it is such a mixed bag of traditions, food, and people. ??You can’t help but be enamore ...
  • The Party in Hong Kong @wesaidgotravel
    2014.08.04 — The Party in Hong Kong Beep beep beep beep beep! The MTR gates shut behind me; my inhibitions waving goodbye from the window of the zooming train. I make my way through the blur of multicolored faces, escalator after escalator, in a concrete undergro ...
  • Picture This: Tonic Food & Dried Seafood Streets in Hong Kong @gypsynester
    2014.07.31 — Famous for ancient Chinese medicines, traditional herbal remedies, and tonic foods such as $5,000-per-pound bird’s nests, Hong Kong’s??Wing Lok and Ko Shing Streets are bursting with wonderful oddities. And trust us, that’s the tame ...
  • Sleeping in Hong Kong Airport @vagabondjourney
    2014.07.30 — The sleeping obese guy on the bench across from me had his shirt rolled up over a bulging gut, his hand was stuffed down the anterior side of his jeans, his fingers throttling the trigger. My wife’s eyelids froze in their most upright position, ...
  • Delicious Hong Kong Food Experiences In Five Bites @landlopers
    2014.07.29 — I’m not the first to write about Hong Kong food and I certainly won’t be the last. The city is legendary around Asia and indeed the world for its role as a culinary heavy hitter, relying on a multicultural history and a certain level of c ...
  • Sunny Day On Hong Kong’s Waterfront Promenade @landlopers
    2014.07.27 — The post Sunny Day On Hong Kong’s Waterfront Promenade appeared first on LandLopers.
  • Then and now, on the tram across Hong Kong @fotoeins
    2014.07.27 — It’s wrong to think this, but that vehicle looks like a death contraption. I’m not afraid; on the contrary, I’m excited to ride on a piece of transport history. Westbound tram to Happy Valley: King’s Road at Westlands Road, ...
  • My 5 Favorite Moments in Hong Kong @landlopers
    2014.07.15 — I was impressed by my first trip to Hong Kong, maybe even surprised by the great time I enjoyed there. Hopping on the easy nonstop flight on Cathay Pacific to this urban hub in Asia was just the start; my short but sweet stay was made up of a series ...
  • Above Hong Kong’s Lantau Island on the Ngong Ping 360 @fotoeins
    2014.07.13 — If you’re in Hong Kong and you’re thinking about visiting the “Big Buddha” on Lantau Island, you should consider the 6-kilometre Ngong Ping 360 cable-car high above the island. From the Tung Chung lower station to the Ngong Pi ...
  • {Inspired by Hong Kong} Coconut Tarts @vagabondbaker
    2014.07.10 — This is my first baking post this year! I haven’t posted a baking recipe since last December when I made Snow Cloud Coconut Pancakes in Hong Kong and here I […]
  • Old Meets New in Hong Kong @landlopers
    2014.07.09 — The post Old Meets New in Hong Kong appeared first on LandLopers.
  • Hong Kong photography – through the lens edition @Ausglobetrotter
    2014.07.07 — Again when it comes to cities, well there is no denying that they just aren’t my place. But to get to where you need to to go such as Macau for the worlds highest bungee jump, I had to go through Hong Kong. And to make the most of it I cruised ...
  • The Kings of Hong Kong Hotels @NatGeo
    2014.07.07 — Few cities rival??Hong Kong??when it comes to hotels. Choices range from some of the most expensive and indulgent in the world–the city boasts two Mandarin Orientals–to dirt-cheap hostels as well as a big range of hip yet reasonable new p ...
  • Whoppin’ Big Hong Kong @BeyondDisney
    2014.07.03 — It hit me the moment I found myself wedged between an orangutan and an American flamingo in the middle of the Hong Kong botanical gardens: this is a city unlike any other.?? To sum up Hong Kong in one word it is Big. Huge. Humungous. Enormous. Colos ...