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  • Geocaching in Hong Kong With FREE City Wifi @peanutspretzels
    2015.06.30 — There’s no doubt that Geocaching in Asia can be filled with adventure. You will find that some countries in Asia (like Cambodia, Laos, Mongolia, and even China) just don’t have many caches to go after.?? Perhaps Geocaching hasnR ...
  • 5 Great Things to do in Hong Kong @weblogtheworld
    2015.06.30 — I’ll be living in Hong Kong for four months! I arrived in mid-may but about two days later, I was on a flight to the Philippines so it wasn’t until returning from that trip that I actually began exploring my new home. What did I discover? ...
  • Photo of the week | The Peak in Hong Kong 2 Aussie Travellers
    2015.06.29 — Each week I’ll be sharing a photo from our travels as I work through organising our digital storage. This weeks photo is taken from the Peak in Hong Kong several years ago on my first solo international trip. ??This isn’t the sharpest or ...
  • Hong Kong Dim Sum In Sacramento @reanaclaire
    2015.06.28 — SO FAR I HAD TRIED TWO RESTAURANTS selling Dim Sum...one of them is Hong Kong Islander.. The Dim Su restaurants here open at 10am, unlike the ones in Malaysia whixh open as early as 5am?  I love the way they organize the crowd over here in Sacra ...
  • Hong Kong, the second time around @tripheros
    2015.06.24 — My second visit to Hong Kong was the complete opposite of my first visit, when I thought I had completely failed at conquering the city. Read on for what I did differently!Hong Kong, the second time around is a post from: GlobetrotterGir ...
  • Learning the Story of Hong Kong with Urban Adventures @bohemiantrails
    2015.06.24 — After my first week of touring Hong Kong like a boss, it was time to slow things down and actually get to know Hong Kong on a deeper level. When Urban Adventures approached me to participate on one of their most popular and longest running tours: The ...
  • Hong Kong, the second time around @glbetrottergrls
    2015.06.23 — As some of you might remember, my first visit to Hong Kong didn’t go as planned. Even though I was wowed by the city and loved my time there, I felt like I had failed as a traveler. I had made poor choices about where to stay, I gave into my je ...
  • Pinterest Inspiration: Hong Kong @peanutspretzels
    2015.06.22 — Hong Kong is one of our most favorite travel destinations.?? From the bustling and crowded city, to the numerous islands.?? Beaches, boats, museums, hiking and biking trails, traditional Asian culture…as well as it’s modern style a ...
  • 20 Ways to Immerse Yourself in the Culture of Hong Kong @huffposttravel
    2015.06.19 — By College Tourist. Author: Team College Tourist Live like a local, explore like a traveler in Hong Kong. College Tourist Summer Team of Student Travel Bloggers. EAT LIKE A LOCAL. Hannah McIntyre, Spring Hill College Eat like a local. Dai Pa ...
  • Racing barefoot through the Hong Kong Airport @girluncharted
    2015.06.19 — Even after sixteen hours of not sleeping, entering the bright and sleek Hong Kong airport felt like waking up. ??At the Hong Kong airport I thought I’d have 4.5 hours to spare until my connecting flight to Chiang Mai, but after frantically tryi ...
  • Tips For Transiting Through Hong Kong Airport @jayneytravels
    2015.06.18 — When travelling from Australia to the UK (or vice versa) one of my favourite airports to transit through is Hong Kong. I know Singapore gets a lot of love in the industry but for me Hong Kong Airport has far better shops, lounges and phone charging c ...
  • Flying Away….My 16 hour Flight to Hong Kong @girluncharted
    2015.06.18 — While waiting to board my 16 hour flight to Hong Kong, I was thinking more about my past than about the amazing things to come in the next 70 days. ??After hugging my parents goodbye and painlessly making my way to the gate, I drafted thank you notes ...
  • Why To Consider A Hong Kong Stopover On Your Next Trip @landlopers
    2015.06.17 — For the last year or so, I’ve been fortunate enough to work in partnership with Cathay Pacific on a couple of different projects. As a big fan of airlines, working with Cathay has been a personal pleasure but along the way I’ve been surpr ...
  • Hong Kong Impressions solo abroad
    2015.06.17 — When I traveled in Hong Kong I visited the Big Buddha statue by cable park, ate awesome vegetarian food like veggie sushi and dim sum (which was one of the best meals in my entire life), had an amazing view at victorias peak and I visited a cute litt ...
  • How to Tour Hong Kong Like a Boss @bohemiantrails
    2015.06.17 — If you’ve been following my Google+ or??Twitter posts (heck, even Facebook) lately, you might be wondering why I’m seemingly obsessed with Hong Kong. Well, I’m actually living here for the next four months! I arrived in mid-may but ...
  • 10 Things to Do in Hong Kong @luxtripper
    2015.06.16 — Hong Kong. The very name sounds far away, foreign and somehow unattainable, as if to suggest that you can visit the city but never really know it. Looking at the city’s immense skyline suggests the same??– it’s hard to imagine actua ...
  • Flying Business Class With Cathay Pacific – Hong Kong to London @jayneytravels
    2015.06.15 — You may think I’m mad but whilst many people would get excited about the extensive champagne, wine and cocktail list available in a business class cabin, one of the best bits about upgraded travel for me is getting to enjoy a large, warm mug of ...
  • My two latest favorite lunch options in Hong Kong @carlosmelia
    2015.06.15 — I have been to Hong Kong a few times, and I am very outspoken about the fact, that it is one of my top five favorite cities in the world. Every time I visit I discover new options, and of course repeat over and over my favorites. During this visit, I ...
  • Shopping in Hong Kong: the opulent, the questionable and the affordable. @SoloTraveler
    2015.06.10 — Shopping in Hong Kong is a major pastime for both locals and tourists. Here are your options and what to consider when planning a shopping trip. The post Shopping in Hong Kong: the opulent, the questionable and the affordable. appeared first on Solo ...