Hong Kong locals take their food very seriously. New trendy restaurants open almost every week and locals queue to taste the cuisine. Depending on your budget, you can dine like Royalty for not much money, or you can pay a King’s Ransome to get a seat at the best table in the city. Here is a list of some restaurants that you can’t miss – at various budget points
Hong Kong has a lot to offer families – from cable car rides and beaches to shopping on Toy Street and riding a junk boat. It even has Mickey Mouse and all his Disneyland pals. Remember travelling is easy on the MTR system with stops near most Hong Kong tourist attractions. Here are seven must-see activities for families.
You can see a lot in 72 hours – especially if you have a plan. We have chosen three neighbourhoods for you to explore. Spend a day in each and get a taste for different parts of this complex, yet a charming, city.
Say goodbye to stress and hello to holiday mode with these pocket-sized relaxation tools.
With so much packed into a small and easy-to-travel location, Hong Kong is the perfect city for short stay travellers.
From steaming tiger prawns stir-fried with peppercorn and lemongrass in a Michelin-starred restaurant to local street food in a busy night market, Hong Kong has a dining experience for everyone.
Are you planning a Hong Kong holiday? Discover some of the city's best views from Victoria Harbour's Symphony of Lights to Lantau Island's towering bronze Buddha.