Tsim Sha Tsui, often referred to as “TST,” is the waterfront district located on Hong Kong’s Kowloon peninsula. With its mixture of shops, malls, restaurants, tourist attractions, and stunning views of Hong Kong Island, Tsim Sha Tsui is one of the most popular areas in Hong Kong. Hospitality is key in Tsim Sha Tsui with [...]
Romance is obviously not the first word that springs to mind when you think of large Asian cities like Hong Kong. Although it is undoubtedly a fast-paced city, Hong Kong offers a number of interesting spots and activities for those looking to plan a romantic night out on the town. If your travel plans include [...]
From scenic rooftop bars to underground speakeasy-type joints, Hong Kong’s bar scene is extremely diverse. Whether you are looking to dress up for a night on the town or go casual at the neighborhood pub, there is a bar for everyone in Hong Kong. If you are looking for some of the more unusual and unique bars in [...]
Hong Kong private guide Frank Law helps visitors with itineraries that include walking tours, cultural heritage tours, eco-tours, culinary tours and excursions around Kowloon, Sai Kungm Lantau and Lamma Islands, and Macau. He knows Hong Kong inside and out, so we asked him for his favorite things to do there in the winter months. Here’s what he had to say.
Whether you’re a first-time Disney visitor or a seasoned park-goer checking off another of Disney’s five global resort areas from your bucket list, Hong Kong Disneyland brings an Asian twist (the park follows principles of feng shui) to the ‘happiest place on earth’ that lives up in quality to the other parks under the Disney umbrella.
We should do a good job of celebrating the New Year, here in Hong Kong. After all, we have two of them in every 12 months! The bi-cultural soup of Chinese and Western traditions practiced here gives us both the Chinese Lunar, and the Western New Years to celebrate; but it’s the Western version I want to tell you about.