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  • 5 Unexpected Things to Do in Hong Kong

    Behind Hong Kong's towering skyline skyscrapers is a world of unique, diverse downtown enclaves, from the bohemian to the sports-obsessed. Here are 5 off-the-beaten-track Hong Kong attractions.

    Posted by Adam Hodge on August 22, 2013 at 4:37:50 PM EDT in Trip Ideas, Arts & Culture
  • 5 Easy Day Trips from Hong Kong

    Hong Kong is one of Asia's most exciting cities. But after a few days of crowds and hustle-bustle, you may need a break. These 5 day trips offer a slower pace not far from the city center.

    Posted by Kate Springer on June 27, 2013 at 5:52:52 PM EDT in Trip Ideas
  • Expat Tales: Living in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong is known for great food, buzzing nightlife, inspiring attractions, and for having one of the largest expat communities in Asia. One expat peels the curtain back on what it's really like to live there.

    Posted by Jimmy Im on June 17, 2013 at 11:35:24 AM EDT in New at Fodor's
  • 5 Reasons to Go to Macau (and Stay Awhile)

    Often just a side trip from Hong Kong, Macau is known as a gambler's paradise. But on a recent trip, we discovered there's so much more: think fine dining, soothing spas, and cultural extravaganzas.

    Posted by Roisin Cameron on May 24, 2013 at 1:58:41 PM EDT in Trip Ideas
  • Splurge vs. Save: Hong Kong

    Topographically, hilly Hong Kong is a place of highs and lows. And the same can be said of the city cost-wise. But if you plan your trip right (with our top tips), you'll be splurging and saving in all the right places.

    Posted by Susan MacCallum-Whitcomb on February 25, 2013 at 3:11:49 PM EST in Trip Ideas
  • Just Back From: Taipei

    A cross between Hong Kong and Tokyo, Taipei offers everything from upscale design hotels to themed cafes, and a lot of Hello Kitty to boot.

    Posted by Lawrence Ferber on December 27, 2012 at 12:00:27 PM EST in Trip Ideas, Restaurants, Hotels
  • Hong Kong's Private Kitchens Go Public...ish

    They've been around since the mid-90s, but are coming into the light. They are the famed private kitchens of Hong Kong, offering some of the city's best cuisine in intimate spaces, and they're going mainstream.

    Posted by Lawrence Ferber on November 29, 2012 at 5:03:38 PM EST in Restaurants
  • Where to Go This Winter

    As the temperatures start to drop, our minds wander to winter escapes—whether that means hitting the slopes, the sand, or the city. Here are our expert picks for where to head this winter.

    Posted by Blane Bachelor on November 05, 2012 at 12:22:04 PM EST in Trip Ideas
  • What to Wear: Hong Kong

    This island metropolis is hotter than ever, with fantastic food and wine paired with great music and cultural events. Pack these chic picks to stay cool in Hong Kong.

    Posted by Bee Shapiro on November 05, 2012 at 10:34:08 AM EST in Style
  • 6 Reasons To Go To Hong Kong Now

    Fall and winter is the best time to head to Hong Kong—weather is lovely compared to humid summer months, there are festivals galore, and, excitingly, its Hairy Crab season!

    Posted by Lawrence Ferber on October 29, 2012 at 5:11:56 PM EDT in Trip Ideas