Holidays are so much more relaxing when you know you're fully covered if anything unexpected happens.
Dragon boaters are uniquely placed to enjoy our beautiful natural environment, and also to get a close-up view of our plastic pollution problem. We spoke to Suzanne Younan from Green Dragons HK to discover how this group of dragon boaters hope to combat Hong Kong's plastic addiction.
An SEO expert from Get Clicks gives us some actionable tips for quickly improving your website's SEO.
We love Hong Kong, but we understand that for newly arrived expats adjusting to life here can be fraught with frustrations and challenges. Psychologist Dr Hannah Sugarman gave us some tips for making the transition as painless as possible!
If you have writing wills, estate planning and organising guardianship as items on your 'must-do' list then these simple guidelines to starting the process should help.
It may take some effort to get to Sea Ranch Beach and Tai Long Wan (Tai Long Bay) on the south side of Lantau Island, but you'll be rewarded by peaceful beaches and a real sense of being off the beaten track. Follow this step-by-step guide and enjoy a truly memorable day in Hong Kong.
Our top picks for the best smartphone apps to simplify your life in Hong Kong.
Get ready for Chinese New Year with the HK HUB's ultimate guide to lai see etiquette.
In a city where the flats are cramped and space is scarce, co-working spots are a godsend. Quit plugging away on your tiny coffee table, or spending endless hours in noisy cafes, and get in on some of the best co-working spots in Hong Kong. They’re not just for writers – these prime picks also cater to those toting aprons and tool belts who need room to work.
'Tis the season! Create your own Christmas tradition by taking the kids for a festive visit to the Flower Market and use our guide to help you plan.
If all that Sham Shui Po shopping has left you feeling a little peckish, let us introduce you to some of our favourite eateries in the area. You're spoilt for choice in this district and can find everything from great coffee or burgers through to delicious dim sum and even a hot spot for pigs liver and instant noodles - we'll let you judge that one for yourselves!
What do you get the person who has everything? Refrain from buying the same old, tired gift and branch out a bit. Get them something that can’t necessarily be wrapped but will be an experience they’ll never forget. Want to know what we’re talking about? Read on and get inspired…
What could be more debonair than a bespoke suit or perfectly tailored shirt? If you're ready to upgrade your wardrobe then head to one of these expert tailors around Hong Kong.