Lion Rock Park – Take a Hike!

Lion Rock Park makes for an excellent hike, where adventure seekers and those in love with breathtaking sceneries are rewarded with unhindered, spectacular views of the city and its mountainous surroundings. Basic details The Lion Rock Park, located in Hong Kong covers an area of around 5.57 sq km, featuring the magnificent Lion Rock and…

Must visits in Macau – Magical region

Renowned as Asia’s own incarnation of Las Vegas, Macau is truly a dream oasis in Hong Kong. Littered with casinos and high rollers this one-stop recreational hub is a touristic hotspot like no other.   The Ruins of St. Paul’s Built in the 17th century, the ruins of St. Paul’s are one of Macau’s most…

Times Square Hong Kong – Shop, Wine and Dine

Popular international brands and contemporary local brands live side by side in this vertical shopping mall that has an impressive 14 floors, along with 2 basement levels. Shopping If you believe in retail therapy, book a Wan Chai hotel and wear some comfortable shoes before you embark on this shopping spree. Pure bliss is what awaits you…

Noonday Gun – Hong Kong’s British Tradition

The Noonday Gun is on the waterfront in Causeway Bay and is a famous tourist spot as it has both the mystery of the past and the looks that can turn curious eyes towards it. History Started by the British Royal Navy, the Noonday Gun salute was reserved only for naval officers leaving port, but…

Turtle Cove – The Iconic ‘Baby Beach’ of Hong Kong

Hong Kong is one of the most famous metropolitan landscapes in the world. Many are unaware that despite this, there are many beautiful beaches to be experienced here. Turtle Cove Beach Situated west of the Tai Tam Reservoir you will find Turtle Cove Beach, one of the most renowned coastal retreats Hong Kong has to…