When the sun goes down, Hong Kong comes alive. From intimate lounges to multilevel nightclubs, the after-dark offerings here are enough to satisfy even the biggest night owls. Want to make an appearance at the best local parties? These six spots will put you in the center of the action. XXX The Scoop: This ultra-underground club has been a fixture on the Hong Kong scene for years, but now itâ€™s all spruced up and in a new Sai Wan location. The Scene: XXX was initially…Continue Reading “Six Hong Kong Clubs No Night Owl Should Miss”
Pineapple bun, hot off the oven is served with a slice of butter for that really good comfort food.
The year 2011 is coming to a close and it’s time to look back and assess how my travels went during the year. Below are my top 10 reasons why I can proudly say that this year is MY YEAR OF TRAVEL!
Aberdeen Harbour is popular with tourist mainly for two things: the Jumbo, a floating restaurant of casino magnate Stanley Ho and the floating village with their sampans which are traditional fishing boats.
Hong Kong’s flower market at Yuen Po is just a stone’s throw away from Bird Street. Really, one cannot miss this important area because of its colorful displays of, what else, flowers, of different species, from temperate to tropical countries, varying in form that it dazzles the eyes.