Whether you’re into shopping, food, fashion, or nightlife, I hope our Hong Kong travel guide can help you plan your trip. As you’ll quickly learn when you step foot in this city, Hong Kong has it all.
Hong Kong is electric. It’s one of the most exciting cities in Asia and home to many delicious restaurants and great street food. If you like shopping, eating, and partying, then you’re going to love Hong Kong. These articles will help you plan your trip to Hong Kong and lead you to some of the city’s best Cantonese food.
Hong Kong is a gastronomic city in every way, offering a range of experiences from fine dining to street food, a lot of it at a very high level.
This Hong Kong food tour takes you to key spots in Kowloon like Mongkok and Sham Shui Po to give you the most authentic examples of Cantonese cuisine. There are no touristy stops on this tour. Each place has a long history and many of them are known only to locals.
If you’re Filipino, then the holidays are a wonderful time to visit Hong Kong with friends and family. As described, its proximity to the Philippines makes it an easy trip. It’s got everything Filipinos love – shopping and eating – plus we don’t need a tourist visa to go there.
Exploring Lantau Island was something we didn’t want to miss. It’s a must for any first-time visitor to Hong Kong.
We had plenty of options in Hong Kong but Mini Hotel in Causeway Bay really stood out. Not only was it affordable and centrally located, it’s also one of the most stylish boutique hotels we’ve ever stayed at.
Number 28 on the 2016 list of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, Bo Innovation is known for serving modern interpretations of Chinese cuisine.
There are countless places that offer roast goose in Hong Kong but only a handful can lay claim to being the best. Yat Lok and Kam’s are two of them.
Located indoors, Tung Po isn’t a dai pai dong in the strictest sense but it does embody that same communal street food vibe. To me, this is what Hong Kong dining is all about.
As stunning as it is, Victoria Peak isn’t just about the view. There’s a mall up there too with plenty of restaurants and other tourist attractions like Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and Trick Eye Museum.