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Hong Kong, located on the coast of China at the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea, was originally a fishing village. It became a colony of the British Empire after the First Opium War in the ...
Written by Jane Ormond, Australia, February 2012
Hong Kong – that compact, coordinated, chaotic and somehow still calming corner of China .
Before the humidity starts to really set in, why not hightail it over
to Hong Kong for some truly ...
Written by Lydia, January 2013
Like most of Asia, the lunar Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in Hong Kong .
The 2013 Chinese New Year holiday falls from February 7 to 14, and if
you plan to be in Hong Kong ...
Written by Emma, Australia, January 2012
Famous for its casinos and Portuguese architecture, Macau is only 65km (40mi) west of Hong Kong and can easily be visited on a day trip.
A former Portuguese colony, the city is an historic ...
Written by Emma, Australia, August 2011
If you are visiting Hong Kong
in the next couple of weeks, this colorful festival could be the
highlight of your visit. For 11 days in early September the city comes
alive with lantern ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, July 2012
If you’re visiting Hong Kong
and have an appetite for shopping, the following suggestions should be
helpful. The opportunities for consumption in the Pearl of the Orient
are practically ...
is bursting with big events in March and April. See the blooms at the
Flower Show in Victoria Park, take in a premiere at the Film Festival,
buy a work of art at the International Art ...
Written by Lydia, February 2013
Hong Kong has one of the most undeniably stunning skylines on earth, a fact that didn’t go unnoticed by the local tourism board. To highlight the dual skylines on either side of Victoria Harbour — ...
Written by Lydia, December 2012
The Chinese Lunar New Year, typically falling in late January or early
February, is unquestionably the most important holiday in Hong Kong ; so if you have to pick one place in Asia to ring in ...
In Hong Kong
there is so much to see and do that you may not know where to start! To
help you out, below is a list of the top 10 things to do in Hong Kong. Editor’s Note: This recommendation ...
Written by Jane Ormond, Australia, July 2011
What to do in Hong Kong if you don’t like shopping… Bit of a crazy scenario, right? I mean, who doesn’t go to Hong Kong for the shopping? And it’s true, if you love hitting the stores and getting ...
Written by Emma, Australia, September 2011
Hong Kong ‘s
traditional festivals are colorful and noisy affairs. Fireworks, lion
and dragon dancers, Chinese opera, mah jong, fortune-telling, carnivals
and parades are all part of the unique ...
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