Chinese New Year is the biggest, most important event in Hong Kong’s calendar, and an amazing time to be in town.
You can't help but get into the Christmas spirit!
The Peak Galleria just got a major facelift—here’s our list of what to see, eat and do.
Grab your Santa hat, and have some Happy Holidays in Hong Kong!
Taking the Star Ferry is consistently ranked one of the top things to do in Hong Kong.
Huge lanterns, fiery dragons, and not-so-sweet mooncakes are all waiting for you at the Mid-Autumn Festival
Sky high bars, foot massages and lion dances, all in one small, walkable area.
If you do decide to stay here, it’s best to approach it as simply a place to sleep, and perhaps a travel story to tell.
The beat of the drum, the smell of salt water in the air, the bright flags waving, the cheering crowds—there’s nothing quite like the spectacle of watching the annual Dragon Boat Festival in Hong Kong. This ancient tradition, also known as Tuen …
It’s March and the weather is cool, but Hong Kong’s arts scene is just heating up.