hong kong (China) Travel Blogs

  • 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.
  • 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 ...
  • Yan Toh Heen, Hong Kong @travelsquire
    2014.07.03 — Michelin-stars are all well and good, but some restaurants go beyond approval from the French. Steeped in history, Yan Toh Heen at the InterContinental Hong Kong, formerly the renowned Regent, has decades of glory to look back on as an unrivaled epit ...
  • Vibrant Dragon Boat Flags in Hong Kong @landlopers
    2014.06.30 — The post Vibrant Dragon Boat Flags in Hong Kong appeared first on LandLopers.
  • Chio Sai Siong Hong Kong Temple ?????????????????? in Manila Chinatown @ivanhenares
    2014.06.30 — Chinese New Year celebrations in Manila Chinatown have become extremely crowded, commercial, and in a way, adulterated – with the unwelcome aswangs, drag queens and ati-atihan??groups going around and asking for money (they are obviously out of ...
  • The Perfect Hong Kong Day Trip – Lantau Island @landlopers
    2014.06.25 — It’s hard to believe that all it takes to escape the modern bustle of Hong Kong’s downtown is a short subway ride to one of the city’s out-islands. The MTR is the city’s convenient, fast and comprehensive subway system that co ...
  • Hong Kong – The Peak @HDROneMagazine
    2014.06.24 — Hong Kong – The Peak At 5pm we were standing on top of the observatory on Victoria Peak, looking out over the vastness that is Hong Kong. We were 2.5 hours early, claiming our spots before the hoards turned up. We weren’t allowed to sit, ...
  • Hong Kong in 24 Hours @alouise_d
    2014.06.24 — This post is from TakeMeToTheWorld.comI haven’t visited Hong Kong (yet), but I’m always looking to travel somewhere new. To give Take Me to the World readers a little wanderlust travel blogger Agness of eTramping presents her tips how to ...
  • Things to do in Hong Kong: Escape to Lantau Island! @peanutspretzels
    2014.06.20 — Hong Kong is an amazing place. ??In fact, it may be one of my favorite places I’ve visited in the world (so far).?? I love the mixture of eastern and western styles, along with the natural landscapes and thriving city!?? To me, Hong Kong ...
  • Hong Kong: First Impressions (And Photos) @landlopers
    2014.06.18 — Travel is weird and there are certain iconic places that seem to be elusive for one reason or another. Earlier this year I finally visited Berlin for the first time; it took me 38 years to get there and I love Europe and find myself there pretty ofte ...
  • Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong @farawaytraveler
    2014.06.18 — Here’s a photo of dock 9 in Victoria Harbor, Hong Kong. ??It is definitely one of the great skylines in the world. Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong is a post from: iransofaraway.com
  • Crooked Apartments In Hong Kong @HDROneMagazine
    2014.06.18 — Crooked Apartments In Hong Kong These ancient looking apartments were simply too good not to shoot. As we set up, locals of all ages came by and asked us what we were doing. Groups of residents gathered around looking up at the top of the towers, try ...
  • Hong Kong 5 Ways & Supervised @travelsquire
    2014.06.17 — I know.?? We all like the feeling of independence, but when it comes to touring a destination do you really want to take on the task of figuring it out yourself? True, there is that moment when you tell your friends you did it all by yourself but it ...
  • Sunrise At Victoria Peak – Hong Kong @HDROneMagazine
    2014.06.16 — Golden Rays of an Eastern Sunrise There comes a point when a photographer begins to doubt the intentions of the weather gods. After four 4:00am wake ups, and four failed sunrise shoots, my faith was beginning to wane. As we slowly meandered to our us ...
  • 48 Hours in Hong Kong: A Photo Journal @lostluna
    2014.06.15 — My first trip of the year was to Hong Kong for a weekend to catch Phoenix in concert (which I flailed about here. Best concert everrrr!). It was a short trip but a memorable one. There's something to be said about chill weekend solo trips - there's v ...
  • Laughing at Me in Kowloon, Hong Kong @farawaytraveler
    2014.06.13 — I get asked a lot if it makes me uncomfortable doing street photography and getting photos of perfect strangers on the street. ??Usually no, but this picture makes me the most uncomfortable of all of my photos to look at. ??I loved the texture of al ...