Hong Kong's Best Free Activities: Things Every Budget-Conscious Visitor Should Do With a little planning, it would be more than easy to spend the best part of a day in Hong Kong without spending a cent, assuming you have a big breakfast and take a bottle of water along with
Hong Kong's Best Japanese Restaurants: The Sushi and the Ecstasy If Hong Kong has a fetish for one particular cuisine, it's Japanese. Why is this so? Well, there are probably more theories than items on a sushi menu, but the main ones go like this: Japanese is sorta like... Ed
Ocean Park: Hong Kong's Favorite Theme Park Gets Even Better Ocean Park was born and raised in Hong Kong; it's the city's own homegrown theme park that's endlessly popular. Four decades after first opening its gates, Ocean Park's going stronger than ever and attracting even... Ed Peters Sunday, March 12th, 2017 http://www.10best.com/destinations/sar,-prc/hong-kong/articles/ocean-park-hong-kongs-favorite-theme-park-gets-even-better/New
AMMO: Everyone's Loving Hong Kong's Most Unusual Dining Space Paying respect to the East-meets-West nature of Asia Society, AMMO offers a cross-cultural blend, where the menu comprises Mediterranean cuisine with an Asian twist, each one prepared simply yet elegantly.... Ed Peters Saturday, January 14th, 2017 http://www.10best.com/destinations/sar,-prc/hong-kong/articles/ammo-everyones-loving-hong-kongs-most-unusual-dining-space/New on 10Best Hong Kong, SAR,
Hong Kong's Best Inexpensive Restaurants: Top Food at Affordable Prices Just as cheap food isn't necessarily good food, so good food isn't necessarily cheap. How to strike a balance? The great thing about Hong Kong is that it's a city that loves to eat, and not everyone can afford to...
Hong Kong's Most Romantic Hotels: We're All Loving the Fragrant Harbor It's sometimes said that Hong Kongers are more interested in reading balance sheets than love letters. Say it ain't so! This is a city that works hard and plays hard too, and play includes some time for romance.... Ed
Hong Kong's Best Romantic Dining: Love to Eat, Eat to Love Hong Kong has a reputation for non-stop work, with breakfast snatched on the way to the office, lunch eaten at your desk, and dinner little more than a takeaway at the end of the day. So are there really