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Hong Kong Photography Tips

From best Hong Kong photography spots for sunrise and Victoria Harbour, to Instagram-worthy places and sights, here’s our brief guide on getting the most out of your Hong Kong Photography trip. To top it off, we have expert advice from acclaimed photographer, Andrew J Loiterton! Hong Kong Photography Tip #1: Classic Hong Kong atmosphere Hong Kong’s many Read more about Hong Kong Photography Tips[…]

Hong Kong Markets: Top Tips for Bargaining

Hong Kong markets are justifiably famous for retail bargains. From Ladies market, Temple Street night market, Stanley market, Jade market to Cat Street market, these street markets are a mecca for those seeking a deal. Here are some tips for getting the best price! Do your homework It’s a good idea to know roughly what an item Read more about Hong Kong Markets: Top Tips for Bargaining[…]

Best Hong Kong Fine Dining Restaurants

Whether you’re a foodie in the hunt for award-winning cuisines, or you’re simply looking for the most romantic restaurant with a stunning view of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Fine Dining scene offer choice, quality and ambience. Add this to the innovative and exciting menus and you’re set! In this guide, we select the best Hong Kong fine dining restaurants. Read more about Best Hong Kong Fine Dining Restaurants[…]

Step-by-Step Guide to Hong Kong Victoria Peak

A journey to Hong Kong is incomplete without a trip to Victoria Peak, one of the most popular tourist attraction in Hong Kong. Standing at 552 metres above sea level, Victoria Peak is the highest mountain on Hong Kong island, offering a breathtaking awe-inspiring view of Hong Kong. In this travel guide, we share with you Read more about Step-by-Step Guide to Hong Kong Victoria Peak[…]

Travel Guide to Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, Hong Kong

Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery is a little off the beaten tourist trail as it is located on a steep hillside. When you make your way uphill, thank your lucky stars that you weren’t part of the construction team. Work began on the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery project in 1949. The monastery was the brainchild of the venerable Reverend Yuet Read more about Travel Guide to Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, Hong Kong[…]