Like most #HK ers in this time of virus, we have been out and about exploring the remotest corners of our city. The natural wonders are just a few steps and ferry rides away from the crowds. Let us help you find them. Check out our latest island mini-tour (link in bio)
People have been asking: What’s Hong Kong like now? Here’s what it’s like. The rice is growing in Yi O, and Chinese New Year paper sparkles in brilliant sunshine on the Fan Lau village temple.
Hey everybody! Hong Kong restaurants are open for business and today every table at our fave “local’, Fai Che, was filled. Two guests from Canada joined us for a spectacular seafood lunch. Last week we had Michelin chefs from Spain. It is SAFE to visit HK, and we are here to help you find the best food in town.
Lunar New Year is almost here. For Hong Kongers, that means shops and eating places are about to go into a weeklong slumber. But Peng Chau’s temples are going to stay open 24/7 all weekend. Temples really are where the action is this Lunar week. Let us show you a few on a culture and traditions walk this week.