Tai Po District, with an area of some 14,800 hectares in the northeast New Territories, is the second largest administrative district in Hong Kong. This new town of Tai Po now prospers with exciting shopping malls and a variety of shops; whilst its proximity lies the focal point of local manufacturing and service industries - Tai Po Industrial Estates. Outside...

"We Go Mall" in Ma On Shan is conceived to be like this.
Ma On Shan residents no longer need to worry about food choices and eating out because a brand new shopping mall with numerous of restaurants will open in 2018 at Bo Tai Street, Ma On Shan. Ma On Shan,  a “third-generation" new town, is now one of the most popular residential areas in the Sha Tin District. Although it is...

Siu mei is a signature cuisine in Hong Kong. You can easily find some restaurants hanging meats in front windows with their flavorful juices dripping that definitely increases your appetite! Try out the tastiest siu mei from the following popular restaurants in Hong Kong! Joy Hing Roasted Meat Joy Hing has started the business since late Qing Dynasty. It’s been awarded...

Going to have a short stay in Hong Kong but wanting an accommodation feels like home-sweet-home? Apartment hotel would be a great choice for you! You can take a look at these 7 cosy and relaxing hotels which are all priced below HK$1,000! Butterfly on Prat Butterfly on Prat has a good location that is near to Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station,...

Summer has sneaked in and it's time to enjoy the sun! If you love swimming or sunbathing, these hotels with great swimming pools can guarantee you a memorable stay in Hong Kong! InterContinental, Kowloon (★★★★★) InterContinental is famous with its spectacular views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island, situated in Tsim Sha Tsui. The 21-metre swimming pool gives you a...

Yau Tsim Mong District is the smallest district in Hong Kong. Formerly the two districts - Yau Tsim District and Mong Kok District were combined in 1994 as today’s Yau Tsim Mong District. Hong Kong government developed the south of Public Square Street in Yau Ma Tei since 1876. Station Street (today’s Shanghai Street) and Temple Street were then open...

Summer has already arrived! Ready to put on your bikinis or swimsuits and get into the water? Explore these 5 secret beaches, escape from the hustle and bustle and have fun! 1. Kiu Tsui Beach It’s near Sharp Island (Kiu Tsui Chau) on the western shore of the island in Sai Kung District. It offers clear water and magnificent scenery and is...

If you are exploring the Internet to find the best places in Hong Kong to go with your kids, this piece of writing can help you. Here I have listed the popular holiday destinations where your kids could not only enjoy, but also learn new things about life. They can get the feel of adventure. They can taste new...

Mother’s Day is celebrated each year on the second Sunday of May. In 2017, Mother’s Day is on 14th May in Hong Kong. It is always difficult to guess what mom likes, right? It is also embarrassed to admit the fact that you don't quite understand your mom, right? Don't be afraid! There is always something that every mom...

No matter you are a working class or a student, I believe you enjoy working at home remotely because it really has its own perks, like saving traveling time, feeling utterly comfortable since you are in your pajamas and don't have to care about how you sit or how you look, and having flexible working hours! But if you've tried before, you...

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