hong kong (China) Travel Blogs

  • Thinking about Lamma Island, Hong Kong @wesaidgotravel
    2014.04.17 — Photo Courtesy of Flickr.com A little bit of the country side in the city. That is how you can describe Lamma Island best. It’s one of the many islands of surrounding Hong Kong. It’s small and cozy. You can only reach it by a ferry from t ...
  • PIc of the Week: Hong Kong skyline at dusk. @SoloTraveler
    2014.04.17 — The Pic of the Week is typically drawn from photos submitted to the Solo Travel Society Facebook Group, providing an opportunity for solo travelers to share with us a favorite photo from their travels. However, this week’s pic is submitted by J ...
  • Skywatch Friday - Hong Kong from the Sky India Travel Blog - Personal insights from our travels in India
    2014.04.11 — Hong Kong does not have a London Eye or Singapore Flyer. But what it has is the cable car to Big Buddha or Tian Tan Buddha.It was in 2008 that I (Poorna) visited Hong Kong second time as part of my work. A bustling metropolis, Hong Kong has its own c ...
  • Ten photos from Hong Kong lacking any deep meaning @thedromomaniac
    2014.04.10 —      ”Images are for reference only.” I think this was from a McDonald’s tray. Coincidentally, it’s also what my mail order bride said when I first met her.      Quick quiz que ...
  • Get lost in HONG KONG! @piggybackrideaz
    2014.04.07 — If someone would ask me what my favorite thing to do in Hong Kong is, I’d probably reply “getting lost”. more »
  • Photo Essay: A Day at Big Buddha, Hong Kong @traveling9to5
    2014.04.04 — Tian Tan Buddha, or the Big Buddha as I’ve always called it, is a large broze statue on Lantau Island representing the relationship between man??and nature, people and religion. It’s main claim to fame is the “largest outdoor bronze ...
  • Hong Kong: From Dusk till Dawn @wesaidgotravel
    2014.04.02 — The evening sun – a vivid and striking shade of orange – descended behind a passel of skyscrapers, making way for the night that imperceptibly drew a blanket of darkness over the Hong Kong sky. As I stood there by the roadside, a lone fig ...
  • Travel Photo: Misty Hong Kong Harbor @beontheroad
    2014.03.29 — Photographs of the Hong Kong harbor from ground level and from the peak have been popularized all around the world, be it on the internet or in print media. But, one doesn’t get to see these views round the year. On my first trip to this bustli ...
  • Friday’s Featured Food: Hong Kong Winter Barbecue in Tseung Kwan O @jonnyblair
    2014.03.28 — Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel Hong Kong style Winter Barbecue in Tseung Kwan O. Today on Friday’s Featured Food it’s all about a Chinese style Winter Barbecue in Hong Kong. I’ve tried this a few times, the ...
  • 10 cool things to do in Hong Kong @globalgrasshopr
    2014.03.24 — Ultramodern, shimmering and chic—Hong Kong’s cosmopolitan cityscape easily boasts some of the world’s best shopping and dining experiences in the world. But though there might be enough Luis Vuittons and Michelin-starred restaurants ...
  • Hong Kong’s Top Wifi Caf??s @_starttorun
    2014.03.23 — For those location independent??entrepreneurs??dwelling around South-East Asia, Hong Kong is a popular port of call when going to and from their respective home countries.??Compared??to its neighbouring countries??Hong Kong holidays??can cost you, ho ...
  • 20 Killer Photos of Hong Kong @travelfreak_
    2014.03.22 — In summer 2013, I spent six full days in Hong Kong exploring the ins and outs of one of Asia’s greatest cities.??As I’ve been dreaming about Hong Kong since my childhood days of watching Cantonese films, I was able to tick it off ...
  • Hong Kong: The Best Experiences @adventurouskate
    2014.03.21 — I knew I’d love Hong Kong, but I had no idea I’d be rapturously in love with the city by the end of my time there! Hong Kong is endlessly fascinating — it’s impossible to get bored here.??Here are some of my favorite experien ...
  • Oddly Mesmerizing Photos Of Hong Kong's Fortune Tellers @huffposttravel
    2014.03.20 — You enter a tiny, cramped corner of a concrete building, one of THE many shop-turned-offices lined up in an alley behind a Taoist temple. In the room, the lone desk and gaggle of stools that surround it are already crowing up the tight space. The wal ...
  • The Revelation of Hong Kong @adventurouskate
    2014.03.19 — Whenever I travel, I try to fit in. I’m quiet. I observe. I try to speak as much of the local language as I can. I even dress like the locals. I try to fit in seamlessly with the tapestry before me. I love doing this, and having an ethnically ...
  • VIDEO: Hong Kong Park @nomadicsamuel
    2014.03.18 — Aside from Bangkok, I can’t think of a city I’ve visited more often in Asia than Hong Kong. As a hub to get around the rest of Asia and a wonderful city to explore on its own, I’ve been spoiled by great weather every visit. However ...
  • A Good Sign: Hong Kong Tailor Jack Lost City
    2014.03.18 — On Waverly Place in Greenwich Village. Jack's been there since 1987, which is odd, since the store and the sign look far older.
  • Visiting Hong Kong Park @nomadicsamuel
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  • Things For Every Traveller To Do In Hong Kong Half Deserted Streets
    2014.03.16 — Hong Kong is one of those places that offers a little bit of everything. Do you love to take in the sights? Does your travel companion prefer to go shopping? It’s not a problem! Hong Kong, located on the south coast of China, is one of the most ...
  • VIDEO: Dim Sum Square in Hong Kong @nomadicsamuel
    2014.03.14 — Hong Kong is paradise for those with refined taste buds on a tight budget. Unlike other expensive cities, such as Tel Aviv or Helsinki, it is possible to eat like a champion without spending a fortune in Hong Kong. Through the recommendation of a fr ...