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  • 10 Interesting Facts About Hong Kong @icoSnap
    2015.03.29 — 10 Interesting Facts About Hong Kong: 1. Hong Kong consists of several islands including the Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the New Territories and other small islands. 2. Chinese, English and Cantonese are the main languages in Hong Kong. 3. Hong Kong ...
  • #JSETT Twitter Chat Recap: Hong Kong & Cultural Travel @JetsetExtra
    2015.03.26 — Have you ever been to Hong Kong? Is it on your must-visit list? In today’s Twitter chat, sponsored by the Hong Kong Tourism Board, we shared our experiences and learned about Hong Kong’s cuisine, festivals, and unique culture. Check out ...
  • 5 FREE things to do in Hong Kong @peanutspretzels
    2015.03.24 — Hong Kong is one of the most fascinating cities in the world, but it can also be one of the most expensive.?? I recently read a story in the news that listed Hong Kong as the most unaffordable city to live in.?? Mostly this is due to the cost ...
  • German Teen Climbs Hong Kong Skyscraper Without Safety Equipment, Just For Kicks @huffposttravel
    2015.03.24 — If you thought climbing the corporate ladder was a hair-raising experience, Andrej Ciesielski's extremely dangerous adventures might just give you a heart attack. The German teenager recently paid a visit to Hong Kong, where he climbed the ladder on ...
  • How to do Hong Kong on a Budget @Guerrillaglvntr
    2015.03.23 — Jess Signut gives great advice about things to do in Hong Kong on a budget. The post How to do Hong Kong on a Budget appeared first on GUERRILLA GALLIVANTER.
  • How to Expertly Backpack Through Hong Kong @gotravelguide
    2015.03.15 — Asia is one of the great meccas for traveling as a backpacker. Although the continent is massive and is home to a variety of difficult-to-traverse landscapes, it offers unmatched scenery and unbeatable prices for the traveler on a strict budget. Whe ...
  • The edge of Hong Kong from Above @treyratcliff
    2015.03.14 — Drones or Quadcopters I’m afraid the word “drone” is now in the popular vernacular, even though I think most quad pilots wished everyone referred to them as “quadcopters.” I think the “drone” word gets confus ...
  • Banking at HSBC in Hong Kong @treyratcliff
    2015.03.12 — YouTube Channel Don’t forget to pop over to my YouTube Channel and subscribe! There’s always cool stuff happening there! Here’s one I posted several months ago with the long title: “Shibuya Station – What is it like to ...
  • Lanson Place Hotel: Hong Kong's Hidden Gem in Causeway Bay @thelostboylloyd
    2015.03.12 — Lanson Place Hotel, discreetly tucked in one of Hong Kong’s most vibrant shopping and lifestyle districts, is a boutique luxury hotel boasting of a classical 19th-century Parisian fa??ade and elegantly retro-modern interiors and rooms. A member ...
  • 7 Hong Kong Hotels Under $100 @leavyrdailyhell
    2015.03.10 — This article is part of Hipmunk’s ongoing #CityLove series. All images are in the article are my own, unless otherwise noted. London might’ve recently overtaken Hong Kong as the most expensive city in the world, but let’s not prete ...
  • Hong Kong Boutique and Design Hotels @boutiquebangkok
    2015.03.10 — If there is one city in Asia that works for boutique hotels, it is undoubtedly Hong Kong. With some of the most expensive property prices in the world, in Hong Kong size does matter and it is the smaller the better. Compared to anywhere else in Asia ...
  • Shimmering Hong Kong Skyline @landlopers
    2015.03.09 — The post Shimmering Hong Kong Skyline appeared first on LandLopers.
  • Hong Kong and Macau 5-day Trip Itinerary Two Monkeys Travel
    2015.03.09 — DAY 1 From the airport exchange HKD already because you’ll need it for transportation and dinner.??You might need to check whether your hotel caters a free shuttle bus to KOWLOON Station. OPTION 1: Trains are still available until 9PM if.&# ...
  • Why Hong Kong is My Favorite City for Solo Travel @20sTravel
    2015.03.09 — I’ve been to Hong Kong three times now, and every time I’ve been completely, deliciously alone. It’s not that I planned things that way. The first two times I was doing a visa run from China and left Mike behind to teach while I wen ...
  • The Wing Lounge in Hong Kong, en route from Paris to Auckland @travelmemo
    2015.03.08 — Six hours in the Cathay Pacific Wing Lounge in Hong Kong was just not long enough. I was sorely tempted to hide in the luxurious bathroom-shower cubicles and miss my flight so I could partake of even more of the fine cuisine and wines. Rejuvenated af ...
  • What To See, Do & Eat in Hong Kong If You’re Short On Time @landlopers
    2015.03.04 — I wasn’t sure what to expect before my first visit to Hong Kong, and I expect that holds true for many first time visitors. Add to that the fact that for many people their first exposure to the beautiful island city is en route to somewhere els ...
  • Sekiguchi Theme Shop Hong Kong @icoSnap
    2015.03.04 — The Sekiguchi Theme Shop is a gift shop located at the Miramar Shopping Centre in Hong Kong.?? The store was opened in 2005.?? Sekiguchi sells cute character items like Monchhichi, Kewpie, Momoko doll, and many others. When I was looking for cute pl ...
  • Crystal Cruises to be acquired by Genting Hong Kong @cruisebuzz
    2015.03.03 — #CruiseAlert:?? Crystal Cruises acquired by GHK Buzzing: look for an innovative new build that will exceed all current & on-order luxury offerings in the global cruise industry LOS ANGELES, March 3, 2015 – Today, Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kais ...
  • Memories of Hong Kong in Pictures @jacknjilltravel
    2015.03.03 — Similar to previous brain dumps, the following is a series of unrelated snippets of highlights, tidbits, and memories from our visit to Hong Kong. Dense We couldn’t get over how intensely crowded and dense Central Hong Kong is. We stayed with a ...
  • Hong Kong Hikes: The Twins @OneikaTraveller
    2015.03.02 — An afternoon exploring a different side of Hong Kong. The Hong Kong of travel ads, brochures, and magazines is a Hong Kong of bright lights and skyscrapers and bustling thoroughfares teeming with busy people. ??While the city’s concrete jungle ...