Looking for something a little different to do in Hong Kong? We've got you covered with these 7 unique off the beaten track experiences!
Ease the strain on your budget this holiday season by becoming an Airbnb host!
We've rounded up the most festive holiday events all around Hong Kong.
Swire Properties and curators of our future M+ museum of visual culture/ West Kowloon Cultural District Authority have now joined forces to open the Hong Kong art scene up for everyone. At least from 26th of October till 5th of November 2017 they will show 13 curated programmes and 29 performances – at more unexpected venues.
The new director of popular Hong Kong charity, Box of Hope, shares a bit about herself, the charity and how Hong Kongers can make a difference.
Don’t miss this chance to get off the beaten track and join in this unforgettable tour on a boat trip to discover one of the largest and busiest container ports in the world. We are giving away two tickets, valued at $900 each. Find contest entry details at the bottom of this post.
Get ready to explore the cafés and restaurants of Shek Tong Tsui. This vibrant district between Kennedy Town and Sai Ying Pun has lots of character, and that mix of old and new that we just love about Hong Kong. Taking HKU MTR as our starting point we've picked out some of our favourite spots for you to try.
Hong Kong is a food mecca and there is no shortage of options, running the gamut from hole-in-the-walls to Michelin 3-star restaurants. Want to try Michelin-rated food without the hefty price tag? Then how about trying Michelin recommended snack shops?
Hong Kong has been touted by many as a foodie haven. After a little exploring, you realise that this title is not (solely) earned by the abundance of international cuisine and Michelin-starred fare but also the cheap'n'cheerful traditional snacks found down alleyways and around street corners.
Highlights of Hong Kong's best sources for English language books, including art books, used book shops, specialty book stores, and online retailers.
As a newly landed expat there is A LOT to organise, and even simple tasks become frustrating when you don’t know your way around. If you’ve just landed in Hong Kong, I want to share some info that would have helped me find my feet faster.
We chat to Virginia Chan, founder of local foodie tour company Humid with a Chance of Fishballs, about life as a tour guide and entrepreneur.
Our top picks for iPhone and Android apps to make life in Hong Kong easier. Including a taxi translator, MTR and bus routes apps, apps to monitor air quality and weather, apps for food delivery, grocery shopping, restaurant booking, beauty booking, meeting new friends and more.