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Inside Background
Architecture in Hong Kong is extremely diverse and even you come from another...
Last edited: August 21, 2011
Hong Kong Cultural Background Hong Kong, often referred to as “Pearl of the...
Last edited: January 24, 2012
In general, Hong Kong is a very safe city by day and night, even for solo...
Last edited: March 9, 2016
Hong Kong is divided into four sections: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula...
Last edited: October 20, 2015
Local News - Print There are two major English-language newspapers published in...
Last edited: July 27, 2011
Hong Kong Tourist Board and the Discovery Hong Kong Website Of the many good...
Last edited: January 23, 2012
Updated Weather information and reports can be found the Hong Kong Observatory...
Last edited: December 22, 2013
Background:  First and foremost, the Central district is the financial hub of...
Last edited: January 3, 2014
The Central Market is a building on Hong Kong island that represents the...
Last edited: October 4, 2013
Quick read some facts to deal in Hong Kong  1. Always address people over there...
Last edited: October 6, 2012
Choosing a hotel Thanks to the very effective and efficient transportation...
Last edited: September 29, 2011
Official Tourism: Hong Kong tourism Airports & Transport: Hong Kong...
Last edited: August 29, 2013
Located in Happy Valley, visitors can see the old hillside cemetery referred to...
Last edited: April 14, 2015
Hong Kong is a great city to visit and welcomes millions of visitors each...
Last edited: June 28, 2014
Here are a few links to some photos of Hong Kong. Hong Kong Pinterest Board...
Last edited: July 8, 2013
There are four physical locations for the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) where...
Last edited: June 7, 2012
English Background in Hong Kong English is not spoken as well as you might...
Last edited: April 17, 2016
Kowloon City is a district within the famous Kowloon Peninsula.  It is named...
Last edited: October 1, 2013
Mongkok is an exciting area of Hong Kong, visitors and locals alike enjoy...
Last edited: January 26, 2012
What is the Octopus Card? The Octopus is stored-value smart card (similar to...
Last edited: May 1, 2016
Backgound:  A day in Sha Tin can be quite a nice change from the normal tourist...
Last edited: October 25, 2012
Hong Kong has many temples, monasteries and places for worship, many worth...
Last edited: January 23, 2012
Travelling within Hong Kong and to and fro Hong Kong could be a little...
Last edited: November 11, 2015
When traveling, it's often best to pack clothes for layering. Hong Kong is no...
Last edited: August 22, 2011
Inside Transportation
Travelling within Hong Kong and to and fro Hong Kong could be a little...
Last edited: January 20, 2016
Hong Kong is a compact and dense city, and the best way to get around is to...
Last edited: February 10, 2012
Public transport in Hong Kong is excellent. There are bus routes covering most...
Last edited: June 4, 2015
Taxi Service in Hong Kong  Taxis are a great choice for traveling short...
Last edited: December 16, 2013
There are many ways to get into the city from Hong Kong International Airport...
Last edited: October 13, 2015
(Note:  The following article is a compilation of various posts on frequently...
Last edited: December 13, 2013
(Note:  The following article is a compilation of various posts about storing...
Last edited: February 26, 2015
The most useful & convenient type of Hong Kong travel pass is the Octopus...
Last edited: November 7, 2015
(Note:  The following article is a compilation of various posts on frequently...
Last edited: October 13, 2012
Hong Kong is served by one international airport, a vast underground railway...
Last edited: October 25, 2012
(Note:  The following article is a compilation of information collected and...
Last edited: November 22, 2015
Inside Things to Do
Half-day and Full-day Activities These are a few of the activities that you can...
Last edited: December 29, 2012
Chinese Lunar New Year (CNY) Holiday In 2013, lunar new year will be observed...
Last edited: May 17, 2012
If you're visiting Hong Kong with young children you'll need to consider the...
Last edited: July 27, 2011
Do not leave home without your comfortable footw... security wallet and your...
Last edited: August 22, 2011
This is a few must do activities. It will depend on the amount of free time you...
Last edited: October 6, 2011
There's a lot to do at night in Hong Kong and here are a few things you should...
Last edited: December 4, 2015
Some just pointers to get you on the right track and make sure you don't miss...
Last edited: September 7, 2016
Hong Kong offers a smorgasbord of performing arts ranging from stadium concerts...
Last edited: August 23, 2011
Best malls for shopping in Hong Kong are the following: Harbour City - on...
Last edited: February 17, 2016
Hong Kong Sports & Activity Scene Even in this crowded city people find...
Last edited: October 6, 2011
Here you will find a traditional craftsmenship, clinging to the past, in modern...
Last edited: May 4, 2015
The area around Man Mo Temple is an antique shopper's paradise.  There are many...
Last edited: August 23, 2011
Bars 
Hooray  Boasting the biggest rooftop terrace in Hong Kong, Hooray has beautiful...
Last edited: April 10, 2013
Sometimes you get claustrophobic when you are in a city and the concrete jungle...
Last edited: February 1, 2015
Hong Kong hosts a collection of festive events during the annual Chinese New...
Last edited: May 30, 2012
It is difficult to image that there are cycling paths in Hong Kong.  However...
Last edited: December 10, 2013
Shenzhen Day Trip Shenzhen is just across the border in mainland China. The...
Last edited: May 31, 2014
When visiting Hong Kong, you will be pleased to discover that there is quite...
Last edited: August 26, 2015
If you are going to Hong Kong in late October make sure you soak in the...
Last edited: September 29, 2011
Unfortunately, the gay scene is not really developed at all compared to...
Last edited: March 30, 2015
While 7 days in HK is not enough to check out every market in town, here are...
Last edited: May 21, 2012
Visiting Hong Kong with children Many families come to Hong Kong with young...
Last edited: August 29, 2011
Getting there Both stores are in Ap Lei Chau so it is recommendable for...
Last edited: May 6, 2016
What can be done during a layover at Hong Kong International Airport?  A...
Last edited: October 31, 2011
You can pay well over AUD$100 for this round tour, but here is the low cost way...
Last edited: August 23, 2011
KOWLOON It is located across Victoria Harbour from Hong Kong Island and is the...
Last edited: June 24, 2013
Macau Day Trips - What You Need to Know (updated 2015) This is an update to the...
Last edited: August 12, 2015
Seeing the floating markets in Aberdeen is a common attraction of interest for...
Last edited: October 6, 2011
Mongkok Markets - The Fab Five Mongkok is one of the many interesting districts...
Last edited: May 24, 2011
THE NGONG PING 360 RESCUE TRAIL (5.6kms)  The Ngong Ping 360 Emergency Rescue...
Last edited: May 11, 2013
If you're in Hong Kong on a Wednesday or Saturday between September and June...
Last edited: August 23, 2011
If you have  a day to spare do not miss out on a visit to Cheung Chau island...
Last edited: October 6, 2011
In Hong Kong, when it rains, it pours! This can really throw off your travel...
Last edited: August 8, 2012
Bowen Road Bowen Road, located on the mountain side above the Wanchai District...
Last edited: October 6, 2011
Well Known and Hidden Secret Places to See City Views (02/2010) 1. Victoria...
Last edited: August 30, 2011
One of the major scenic spots in Hong Kong are the Peak (a park and observatory...
Last edited: June 24, 2014
Why go to Sha Tin?  Many visitors come to visit Hong Kong and many have found a...
Last edited: August 5, 2011
Many people rave about the shopping in Hong Kong, and by the way they are right...
Last edited: August 23, 2011
Hong Kong Shopping Experience Hong Kong is a free port and known for it’s...
Last edited: August 22, 2011
Here's a compilation of all the street markets that you must go to for...
Last edited: August 29, 2011
One of the first things every first time visitor to Hong Kong should do is ride...
Last edited: August 29, 2011
The Peak Tram The Peak, on Hong Kong Island, is a must see attraction for...
Last edited: August 30, 2011
The Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade is the long stretch of waterside enjoyment for...
Last edited: June 24, 2013
Shenzhen city Located just over the border from Hong Kong Shenzhen city is a...
Last edited: September 3, 2011
Get an insider's view of Hong Kong with a free walking tour app. It uses your...
Last edited: August 26, 2015
Aqua Luna ride in Victoria Harbour This is a pretty cool activity to do in Hong...
Last edited: October 26, 2012
Similar to Big Bus sightseeing tours available in other major cities around the...
Last edited: June 7, 2012
It will blow you away...... Just get on the metro and get off at Diamond Hill...
Last edited: May 7, 2012
With Flight Experience Hong Kong you can fly a real jet like a Pilot. Although...
Last edited: December 12, 2012
  Tickets can be purchased at the gate or the Hong Kong tourism Boardoffice at...
Last edited: April 2, 2012
Disneyland, It's a wonderful place!! You can hire strollers, which have a...
Last edited: November 1, 2013
Located along Chatham Rd, straddling the districts of Tsim Sha Tsui and Hung...
Last edited: July 27, 2012
A much needed stretch of green space in the heart of the Central distict in...
Last edited: June 7, 2012
CNN Ranks the Hong Kong Skyline #1 In its 2010 online publication of the worlds...
Last edited: April 8, 2013
Referred to locally as the Ding Ding, the Hong Kong Tram is a historical...
Last edited: December 20, 2012
Kowloon Park is easy to reach in appoximatley 30 minutes via the No 1 bus from...
Last edited: December 16, 2013
Giant coils of burning incense make the air blue inside the Man Mo Temple...
Last edited: August 30, 2011
No longer a hidden gem, the Nan Lian Garden is now regularly considered a top...
Last edited: October 8, 2014
Nathan Road The best way to experience Kowloon is to willingly let the mass of...
Last edited: August 23, 2011
Ocean Park is Hong Kong's very own and most popular theme park.  It is...
Last edited: June 12, 2012
Why take the Peak Tram? View is as promised.... breathtaking.... worth the...
Last edited: August 22, 2011
Since almost all the Sunday Masses at St. Joseph's are English-language (there...
Last edited: August 23, 2011
Stanley Market is  a daytime market in the fishing village of Stanley on Hong...
Last edited: August 22, 2011
National Geographic has called it one of the 50 places to visit during a...
Last edited: September 21, 2014
Tai O has been a fishing village on the far southwestern remote region of...
Last edited: February 14, 2012
Temple Street Night Market is a bustling night market on Temple Street in the...
Last edited: December 18, 2012
Not to be confused with Tsim Sha Tsui (TST) district,  Tsim Sha Tsui East...
Last edited: June 12, 2012
Victoria Harbour, which might be the world's finest, separates Hong Kong Island...
Last edited: November 20, 2012
Inside Dining Scene
Hong Kong is a destination where shopping may be king, but where eating is at...
Last edited: December 14, 2012
Hong Kong Breakfast Hong Kong local breakfasts are mainly classified into three...
Last edited: March 30, 2015
The 369 Shanghai Restaurant in O'Brien Road, Wan Chai is a durable, down-market...
Last edited: August 22, 2011
Hong Kong doesn't die down at night. The best time to go out to eat (and get a...
Last edited: August 22, 2011
For family friendly dining options in Hong Kong: Ruby Tuesday provides kids...
Last edited: August 13, 2014
RARE Food Stalls This food stall is errected just on the street, not inside a...
Last edited: September 4, 2011
Hong Kong Cafe Culture Hong Kong has a unique 'cafe culture' offering cheap set...
Last edited: August 22, 2011
Hong Kong is widely recognised a culinary capital on the international dining...
Last edited: February 4, 2015
One of the popular cultural aspects of the Mid-Autumn Festival holiday period...
Last edited: July 14, 2014
Restaurants in Hong Kong come in all price categories, cuisines, and ranges of...
Last edited: September 4, 2011
The suggestions given below apply to vegetarians in general and is more...
Last edited: July 27, 2011
Satay Inn serves Singaporean and Malaysian cuisine and has three locations now...
Last edited: December 12, 2012
Tim's Kitchen is one of two unrelated restaurants in Hong Kong that share the...
Last edited: April 10, 2012
Inside China: For Foreign Visitors
The currency of China is the renminbi (RMB) or yuan (or colloquially known as...
Last edited: January 2, 2015
In the event an emergency in mainland China, the police telephone number is...
Last edited: May 7, 2010
Hello                       ... Ni hao  (NEE how) Good-bye...
Last edited: January 1, 2015
Sample Phone Dialing Codes in China Telephone / Fax:   There are 8 digits (not...
Last edited: June 9, 2015
China Tipping is a lively issue among seasoned travelers to China.  Generally...
Last edited: September 22, 2015
A walk through Chinese culture and business etiquette Home to the world’s...
Last edited: May 9, 2014
In this short guide to doing business in China, a few cultural facts and their...
Last edited: August 13, 2014
General emergencies The Public Security Bureau (i.e. Police) in Shanghai...
Last edited: October 1, 2013
Here are some tips that might be beneficial to first-time travellers in China...
Last edited: October 23, 2016
Buying Your Tickets Buying plane tickets for travel in China is safe and easy...
Last edited: November 10, 2014
Hong Kong is one of the easist places in the world to visit. Citizens of around...
Last edited: September 17, 2015
The currency used is China is known as the Chinese Yuan (CNY) or the Renminbi...
Last edited: August 1, 2016
With over 6,300 kilometers long, the Yangtze River is the largest and longest...
Last edited: May 9, 2014
China is a vast country with plenty of places to visit during your trip. You...
Last edited: October 20, 2015
Having recently returned from a three week long trip to China, here are three...
Last edited: January 1, 2015
1.   Once you buy it in China, it is yours.  Like most foreign countries, make...
Last edited: May 2, 2015
If you are traveling to China on a Group Tour you will more than likely come up...
Last edited: November 1, 2013