Friday, September 29, 2023

Attractions

Rubber Mats on Hiking Steps: Safety Measure or Excessive Pampering?

A measure apparently aimed at making Hong Kong trails more safe for hikers has drawn critics among Internet users, according to a post by Hong Kong Free Press. After Facebook user So So Cheng posted a few photos of concrete...

Horse Racing in Hong Kong

Hong Kong horse races are world famous, and an essential part of Hong Kong’s culture. Two million people and thousands of horse crazy fans visit every year for the thrill, excitement and action of the sport. Horse Racing is arranged and...

Cruise Stopover: Top Attractions near HK Cruise Terminal

Hong Kong is a fanciful melting pot of humming street markets, grand colonial buildings and futuristic skyscrapers. The credit for this goes to the combination of European and Asian effects. There are two major cruise terminals in Hong Kong,...

11 Best Picnic Locations in Hong Kong

The city beaches and hillside spots can be seen flocked with friends and families having a great time during springtime in Hong Kong. With low heat and humidity supporting your intentions, you too can plan a day out in...

Things to Do on a Rainy Hong Kong Day

Imagine it's a rainy day in Hong Kong today. As office workers, students, and tourists hit the road armed with umbrellas, the probability of getting pierced in the eye (or mouth or nose) gets higher. It seems proper umbrella...

10 Funny Hong Kong Signs

If chicken feet, superstar tutors and weird names isn't going to shock you, maybe these signs will. Yummy Vietnamese Restaurant | Photo credit: * Andrew Kiss My Kids | Photo credit: Reuben Bla Bla Bra | Photo credit: potatowned Chicken on the Run...
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Exploring Lan Kwai Fong: Central’s Dining and Entertainment Destination

Lan Kwai Fong is a busy and well-known nightlife zone in Hong Kong's Central District. After dusk, this bustling...
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