Despite hot temperatures and no shortage of humidity, Hong Kong is still a great place to visit during the summer. The city has rolled out the red carpet, inviting residents and tourists to experience the best in Hong Kong with the “Hong Kong Summer Fun” event. From now through August 31, 2014, check out a […]
Hong Kong is often regarded as the birthplace of competitive dragon boat races, with events dating back to 1976. The renowned sport is typically held in conjunction with the important Chinese Dragon Boat Festival holiday, which falls on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. Dragon Boat Festival is one of the most important holidays in […]
Considered one of the most influential martial artists of all time, Bruce Lee was also a well-known actor and filmmaker. His successes are celebrated worldwide, but it is in Hong Kong where he is most revered. Lee is honored with a statue on Kowloon’s Avenue of the Stars and now an exhibit at the Hong […]
Harbour City features over 450 stores, nearly 50 restaurants and two cinemas spread out over 2 million square feet. It is the site of the Hong Kong cruise terminal and the Star Ferry terminal. For those who want to stay right where the action is, Harbour City even has three hotels. If a few nights in a hotel are not enough, there are long-term serviced apartments onsite for the true shopping addict.
Hong Kong might not be the first destination that comes to mind when you think Spring Break and Easter, but the region definitely comes alive at this time of year. Hong Kong is a diverse region, and you’ll find that many Springtime Buddhist, Christian, Confucian, traditional Chinese, and Western holidays all recognized. With a high […]