Hong Kong is a large, crowded, fast paced multi-cultural city. Here are great tours, sights, shops, places to eat, and an action packed 4-day itinerary.
The Ultimate First Timer’s info guide to Hong Kong
Are you going to visit Hong Kong for the first time? Or perhaps looking for some essential information?
Top 20 Free Things To Do In Hong Kong
Hong Kong has a reputation for being one of the most expensive cities in the world, but there are plenty of budget-friendly sights and experiences—as long as you know where to look.
Celebrating 20 Years in Hong Kong
Anya Hindmarch hosted a party in Hong Kong tonight to celebrate 20 years since the opening of her first international store in Hong Kong. An exhibition of the Anya Hindmarch Bespoke collection was set up in a gallery space complete with the master craftsman from the designer’s London workshop. This was the first …
Hong Kong Travel Guide
Hong Kong always brings the unexpected; from quaint shops to quiet temples and local neighbourhood haunts. Visitors love to take Hong Kong’s lesser-travelled roads, exploring the city’s enticing nooks and crannies, and discovering its hidden gems.
Top 9 Reasons to Visit Hong Kong, Why Visit Hong Kong
Reasons to visit Hong Kong: family trip to Hong Kong Ocean Park and Disneyland, amazing things to do in Hong Kong, delicious Hong Kong food, tremendous Hong Kong restaurant
How to save cash in Hong Kong
Why Hong Kong bankers don't want to work for Hong Kong banks
Local or global corporate banks? In Hong Kong, there’s only one answer for job seekers.
Your ultimate guide to Hong Kong
Find out what's on in Hong Kong with Time Out. Your guide to the best restaurants, attractions, events and things to do in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong’s Lessons for Taiwan
By John J. MetzlerUNITED NATIONS--Hong Kong has always been a city of contrasts. Wealth, a free economy, a feisty media, and the rule of law, have always contrasted with poverty, crowding and claustrophobia. Still, Hong Kong remains a refuge for millions of Chinese who choose freedom despite its doorstep proximity to Mainland China. Yet, in…
How They Do It In Hong Kong
If you visit you will always see a few interesting cars on the streets, but for the most part, the real scene is underground. Because just like in Singapore and Malaysia, the authorities definitely don’t make it easy to be an enthusiast here. Before starting, we should explain how things work in Hong Kong when it …
How to Have a Spectacular Day in Hong Kong
An Insider’s Guide to Hong Kong's Sheung Wan Neighborhood
Explore the walkable area with local designer Fiona Kotur.
How bad is Hong Kong’s summer rat problem?
Everything you need to know about the rodent infestation, from the diseases they carry to what to do if there’s a mouse in your house
How to Celebrate the Chinese Lantern Festival in Hong Kong
From spectacular lantern displays to traditional desserts, here’s a guide to the Lantern Festival festivities in Hong Kong.
Videos: Hong Kong police use tear gas on protesters, and other top news for Wednesday
Your daily look at the top videos covering the biggest news and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday.
The Hong Kong Guide
No other city fills up its real estate quite as efficiently as this bustling harbor metropolis—stores, markets, and boutiques alone take up more square footage here than they do anywhere else in the world. The exquisite Chinese food, gorgeous outdoor spaces, and killer nightlife just seal the deal.
The ultimate guide to shopping in Hong Kong
What to eat in Hong Kong
Hong Kong: Insurance Authority's top executives appointed
The Hong Kong government has appointed Mr John Leung Chi-yan as the CEO of the Insurance Authority (IA) from 26 June 2017, when the new regulator takes over f