One of the must local experiences in Hong Kong is eating in a Dai Pai Dong. In a city that revolves around luxury shopping malls and upscale enclosed culinary spaces, an affordable and simple outdoors eat is a refreshing experience.
Since I live on the far eastern side of Hong Kong close to Sai Kung, I don’t travel to HK island very often. When I do, it usually isn’t around night time or early morning, so I only very rarely
Hong Kong Island’s Central hosts a number of terrific tourists attractions. It takes some time getting used to all the urban landscape and how small you feel. On the third day of my little sister’s visit to Hong Kong, we
Being in Asia, it’s been ages since I attended anything remotely Jewish related outside Israel. But the HKUST international undergraduate guidebook I got while listening on an orientation I wasn’t meant for, suggested that there is a lively Jewish community
Last part of my Hong Kong trip includes the visit I had to Central. I was actually planning to go visit Macau that day, but the night before that I met a Turkish someone from Tainan who joined me for