Blogged by @Johairie For Hong Kong Tourism Board & essence Burson-Marsteller Photos by Hong Kong Tourism Board Hong Kong is a global city that knows how to truly celebrate festive occasions, and even more so this Year of the Dog which symbolizes adventure, excitement and playfulness. Worried that shops will be closed during the festive season? … Continue reading 8 ways to embrace the Lunar New Year in Asia’s World City
VEGGIE MEAL? Really? Me eating Veggie meal? This is a major first! Why did I eat a veggie meal? because I was visiting the Big Buddha and was STARVVVINGGGG. But of course nobody will be selling any meat or burgers here though I was super craving it.. so yeah after visiting the Po Lin monastery … Continue reading EATING AT A HONG KONG TEMPLE – IS CHOI BECOMING A VEGETARIAN?
In partnership with The Platinum Card® from American Express® You may recall that I was planning to attend an event hosted by 1843 Magazine and The Platinum Card from American Express recently – a debate in which five different cities, proposed by five different panellists, were put forward as contenders for the title of the … Continue reading The world’s most exciting city? A compelling debate
@ascorrespondent ASIA-PACIFIC nations managed to nab the three top spots in the world’s safest countries for travel, according to a new ranking by security website Backgroundcheck.org. The American company placed autonomous territory Hong Kong in its top spot, with Singapore and Japan coming in second and third respectively. The metrics used to create the rankings include crime, security, … Continue reading Hong Kong is the safest country to travel in the world
Hong Kong is the perfect destination for a short break. Whether you’re looking to pack everything in to one jam packed weekend break, or pick your highlights from Hong Kong’s’ Top Things To Do, we’ve got options and ideas to suit every budget and every style of traveller. From Temples to the iconic Victoria Harbour, … Continue reading Short Break in Hong Kong