Getaways without going away!
Browsing: Off the Beaten Track
At 869m high, Sunset Peak is the third highest peak in Hong Kong. The hike to the top, therefore, is good if you’re looking for a challenge and some scenic views. It is most definitely one to add to (and tick off of) your Hong Kong bucket list.
Enjoy the outdoors in style with this selection of glamping sites in Hong Kong!
If you want to ‘get away from it all’ then Lower Cheung Sha beach in South Lantau is the place to go. This beach has wonderful views of Lantau’s hills and is also home to some fabulous laidback beach restaurants.
Find everything you need to know about traveling the Trans-Siberian Railway from Beijing to Moscow in this comprehensive guide!
We were intrigued when we heard about this board game cafe hidden down a side street in Kennedy Town, so we chatted with owner Timothy Kuok to find out more.
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!
Hong Kong’s vintage neon signs are works of art. Read on to learn more about how they are made by local master-craftsmen.
Seth’s a blogger with a passion for off the beaten path explorations around Hong Kong and beyond, so we couldn’t wait to hear what he’d discovered in his own backyard – Kennedy Town.
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.