Article

The Best 5 Hong Kong Playgroups That Are Worth Your Money

If you have kids in Hong Kong, you definitely need playgroups in your life. But where can you find one that is the best, high quality, close to your neighbourhood and fun for your loved ones? Want to know which ones are worth your time? Check out these 5 playgroups in Hong Kong! 1. Kinder U, Leighton Road – Causeway …

Sarah Stone - May 16, 2019

Top 5 Hong Kong Serviced Apartments

Who doesn’t love space, comfort and peace at home? Many people choose to live in serviced apartments due to stylish furnishings, flexible short term leases and various amenities available to tenants. But if you’re relocating to Hong Kong for the first time, which serviced apartment should you choose to become your home sweet home? To answer your question, Spacious has …

Sarah Stone - August 8, 2016

Selling to Chinese Buyers? Here’s 5 tips for you!

Chinese Buyers are become increasingly active in the global real estate markets, and they have definitely been a driving force behind the property scene in Hong Kong. For property sellers or even landlords out there, being contacted by Chinese buyers is inevitable and here’s some tips to how to handle the situation:   Mandarin Speaking Mandarin is a plus, because …

Nam Cheah - July 4, 2016

5 reasons why living in Mong Kok is great

Mong Kok is great. In fact, it’s one of my favourite places in Hong Kong hands down. Some might argue that it’s not as chic as Sheung Wan or as alternative as Sham Shui Po, but as a well-established hub for those living in Kowloon, Mong Kok is a place where almost anything is possible. Of course, it’s meant in the …

Nam Cheah - June 27, 2016

 5 coolest public libraries in Hong Kong

Libraries are one of the most important things in a neighborhood. It not only provides a place where knowledge is kept, but also a quiet place where people can go read and learn. Hong Kong is not short of libraries, with over 60 public libraries not including those in universities. However, today we want to talk to you about the …

Nam Cheah - June 23, 2016

How much do you know about Tsim Sha Tsui?

Tsim Sha Tsui is the hub of Kowloon and one of the most popular place in Hong Kong. Already existed in the Ming dynasty, its name derived from its pointy sand bay that is now a concrete jungle. With an MTR station as well as an East Rail station, it can be confusing for first timers to navigate around the …

Nam Cheah - June 13, 2016

3 hangout spots to chill at this weekend

A lot of restaurants and cafes in Hong Kong have a strict 90 minutes dinning time slot, and it’s hard to find a place to hangout with your friends to catch up on the latest of what’s up in everybody’s life or just to chill in general. It’s true that there are a million upstairs cafés sprouting up just for …

Nam Cheah - June 9, 2016