hong kong (China) Travel Blogs

  • VIDEO: Getting a Visa for China in Hong Kong @nomadicsamuel
    2014.09.19 — For many travelers, having a stopover in Hong Kong is the perfect place to get a Visa for China. ??Firstly, the process of obtaining a visa is far less complicated, time consuming, arduous and costly than getting it from other countries. ??Secondly, ...
  • Hong Kong, China: Chi Lin Nunnery i put my life on a shelf
    2014.09.19 — Of course everyone should??visit here because it is absolutely beautiful. I however, had an ulterior motive. ??I had read that you can get your fortune told here and then take that knowledge off to Macau with you. ??Since I was going to Macau later i ...
  • Things to do in Hong Kong – Sunday Spotlight @ytravelblog
    2014.09.13 — Image via Shutterstock Welcome to this weeks edition of the Sunday Spotlight –??Things to do in Hong Kong. The??Sunday Spotlight??series is a collaboration of travel tips and stories shared by other bloggers and traveler’s around the web. ...
  • A+E Networks Asia Rebrands Bio Channel to FYI in Southeast Asia, Hong Kong and Taiwan (Press Release) @adventuristaako
    2014.09.12 — Last August 27, 2014, Alan Hodges, Managing Director, Asia Pacific, A+E Networks announced that starting October 6, 2014, BIO™ Channel will be re-branded to FYI™. Stands for "For Your Innovation, For Your Inspiration, and For Your I ...
  • How to Pack for Hong Kong in the Summer: What You Need to Know and Bring @herpackinglist
    2014.09.08 — The following packing list for Hong Hong in summer has been submitted by Courtney Rodgers. See all our packing list posts here. Hong Kong was never on my travel bucket list, but I spent last summer teaching English there and can’t wait to retu ...
  • Trip Experience: Bangkok, Siem Reap, Maldives, Hong Kong @frugaltravelguy
    2014.09.05 — Earlier this week, Sara and I returned from a two week trip through four countries in Asia. Rather than provide a diary-style of each part of the trip, some of which was quite boring and, frankly, is covered better by some of the best trip reports by ...
  • Hong Kong, China @wdunlap
    2014.09.02 — Hong Kong, China (3/16-19/2014)Beautiful Pat Enjoying Wonderful Hong KongWe loved our visit to Hong Kong – what a wonderful city! Navigating the forest of high-rise buildings reveal many interesting and fun things to do. Many people here work, ...
  • Hong Kong: Dad’s First Trip Abroad (Day 1) @brownmantrips
    2014.09.02 — I’d be honest. I do keep a list, more of a mental note that has gone long it became a list. One of them is to bring my family members abroad just like those that I look at to, as rich and well off do. I keep it in my head thinking that I will f ...
  • Hurling Oranges and Meeting Buddha - 6 Things You Must Experience in Hong Kong @worldsimcard
    2014.09.02 — Hong Kong rocks and once you have gotten over the vast amount of people and have your bearings you will be wishing you were staying longer - but not to worry, there is a tree for that!  Here are our favorite bits of Hong Kong... Make your dream ...
  • Shadow And Light At Man Mo Temple, Hong Kong @landlopers
    2014.08.31 — The post Shadow And Light At Man Mo Temple, Hong Kong appeared first on LandLopers.
  • Where to buy cheap branded bags in Hong Kong @gimikero
    2014.08.30 — If your looking for a good deal in buying a branded bags in HongKong you can check Milan Station. They also got preowned bags like Gucci, Channel, Prada, LV, Michael...
  • Top 8 experiences in Hong Kong @romancingplanet
    2014.08.30 — Ultra modern but historical, westernized but culturally rich. If one city has the above attributes it should be Hong Kong. A great variety of food, plenty of shopping options, many things to see/do in Hong Kong makes it a city which should be experie ...
  • 101 things to do in Hong Kong @romancingplanet
    2014.08.28 — Hong Kong is a perfect gateway to start exploring the East Asian culture. When someone thinks about Hong Kong, they think only about the tall skyscrapers and shopping. But in reality there are many more??things to do in Hong Kong. Without much elabor ...
  • 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 ...