If you’re in Hong Kong now through January 3rd, bring your family to Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui to see the “Happily Ever After” Christmas Avenue at Disneyland in Hong Kong.
September 12, 2015, marked the official 10th anniversary of Hong Kong Disneyland. To celebrate this major milestone, Hong Kong has rolled out a year-long celebration, “Happily Ever After,” with new entertainment and attractions starting in mid-November. Some of the biggest happenings in conjunction with Hong Kong Disneyland’s 10th Anniversary include:
With a variety of Hong Kong sights to visit during the day and restaurants, clubs and bars open late at night, Hong Kong is a 24-hour city. Areas like Lan Kwai Fong are synonymous with Hong Kong nightlife, but there’s a host of other things to see and do.
You might be wondering — are there really race car experiences in the heart of Hong Kong? While there is no Formula 1 track zipping through the tiny crowded streets of the city, you can book two different race car experiences that include transportation options.
Hong Kong tea culture pulls from both its Chinese and British sides. In most Chinese restaurants, you’ll find tea served with nearly every meal, while British-style afternoon teas are extremely popular in Hong Kong as well.
When planning a trip to certain destinations, especially ones like Hong Kong, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the local holidays and beliefs, especially those that may affect your travel plans. The Chinese calendar includes some unique holidays that many people outside of Asia have never heard of. It wasn’t until I lived in Taiwan […]