Born and bred in Hong Kong – I have finally moved back to my home town after my 12 years stunt as a student in the UK. In a city of 7 million people, living in this metropolis is kind of like living in a huge kaleidoscope and you never know what you might see next.
There are a lot of misconceptions and preconception about Hong Kong as a city, and being a weird mix of local and foreigner, I want to expose Hong Kong’s beauties to you all through my eyes.
This is post 5 of 42 in the series “Hong Kong” A Sai Kung boat trip is among the top things that Hong Kongese do during the long summer, and even the expats and tourists are a fan of sailing in the gorgeous water of Sai Kung. Why is Sai Kung such a hot spot […]
This is post 4 of 42 in the series “Hong Kong” The 4 consecutive pools and falls in Sai Kung, Hong Kong are famed for its gorgeous setting and the possibility of cliff jumping. One of the most popular hiking destinations in Sai Kung, the pools (which has a much shorter and elegant name in […]
This is post 3 of 42 in the series “Hong Kong” Decadent, rich and spicy – these are the three words I would use to describe the Art Menu at Stone Nullah Tavern. I had never won anything since that bingo in high school, so imagine my surprise when I won the giveaway for a […]
This is post 2 of 42 in the series “Hong Kong” Hong Kong vs London. It was a decision I had to make after my graduation in London. Even though I was born and bred in Hong Kong up until the ripe ol’ age of 11, I spent the next decade of my life traveling […]
This is post 1 of 42 in the series “Hong Kong” Originated from Taiwan, this heaven for desserts lover attracts a long queue of both locals and tourist at their TST store at The One mall in Hong Kong. Despite its 90 minutes only slot and a minimum order of one drink per person the […]