T’ang Court, Hong Kong – the classic timelessness of the Tang Dynasty

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Rate our ReviewsHong Kong will always hold a special place in my heart with it’s modern and cosmopolitan city, it’s many beautiful temples and not to mention the fantastic food from the street markets, to the top end restaurants. Hong Kong is abundant with so many Michelin star restaurants.

Hong Kong When A Bad Weather Makes Good Art

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Rate our ReviewsUnbeknownst to me, prior to visiting, spring in Hong Kong is actually cloudy and chilly, not what I expected from an island right on the Tropic of Cancer.  The weather was a surprise, though not an entirely unpleasant one.  The creeping fog and gentle mist set an atmospheric and subdued tone to a […]

Hong Kong – The HK Walls Project: Bringing Art to the People

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Rate our ReviewsHong Kong….When making travel plans, where you go isn’t the only important factor – when you go has a part to play as well. This could be for a variety of reasons, such as the weather, when people you know in the country might be available…or it could be that you want to […]

Tian Tan Buddha, Hong Kong – Over-egging the Tourist Pudding

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Rate our ReviewsTian Tan Buddha is, so they say, one of the highlights of the curiously unique autonomous territory in Southeast China that is Hong Kong. It sits majestically on the Ngong Ping Plateau overlooking the city, and is undoubtedly one of Hong Kong’s big-ticket attractions. It’s visually striking, no doubt about that, but it […]

Hong Kong, China…. Four Seasons and The Never-Ending Story !

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Rate our ReviewsIt seems to all depend on what season of the year you visit Hong Kong. Located on the southern coast of China with a humid subtropical climate, this metropolitan city has four, different seasons. Winter is pleasant and dry, spring is unstable and wet, summers are hot and humid and autumn is moderately […]