Hong Kong is an interesting place. There are good mixture of Chinese and English culture all around the city. Also, lesser known fact about Hong Kong- it's a great place for hikers. There are so many different types of walking/hiking trails all around the nearby islands. Hong Kong is one of the...more
Queen’s Road Cooked Food Centre is great for both lunch and dinner. The place is filled with budget friendly small restaurants and they have some good food there. They have one of the most famous Italian restaurant ABC kitchen that does Canto-Italian fusion....more
Among all the cooked food centers in Hong Kong, Java Road Cooked Food Centre is one of the famous ones. It has Tung Po Kitchen which was featured in an Anthony Bourdain No Reservations. I had some of the best dishes in Hong Kong here. Try rice cooked in banana leaf with duck sauce. It is exquisite....more
Stanley is quite a tourist spot, but the area is beautiful with its unique architecture. You can see more of British side of Hong Kong than Chinese side. It located on a peninsula on the southeastern part of Hong Kong Island. the British made Stanley the temporary administrative centre, before...more
There's no motorized vehicle in the island. Small enough to walk around the island in one day, offers a beautiful view of the area. Only 40 minutes ferry ride from Hong Kong Island harbour. Surrounding islands are great places to travel in Hong Kong, and Cheung Chau was one of my favourite....more
One of the finest hotels I've ever stayed. The view from executive floor (33rd - 35th) was insanely awesome. Looking down the harbour and all over the Hong Kong downtown! Location is great - the center of Hong Kong downtown. Close to most of the attractions and the subway station. Food at...more
Excellent market place. Very vibrant with colour. This is not a touristy place; we randomly ran into on our way to hiking. If you are looking for drop by authentic market, this is the place to go. Bring your camera!
One of the best places to enjoy the view of Hong Kong! There is a tram to go up top, but I highly recommend hiking to the top. It's not a hard walk at all. And it's rewarding at the end. :) Hong Kong is green, much more than you thought. Walking on the hiking path, and feel the freshness! Highly...more