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.

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Hong Kong top Instagrammable Spots

Come and find out the secret and not-so-secret top instagrammable spots in Hong Kong! From colourful housing estates to places of natural beauty, there are a lot of photogenic places in Hong Kong.

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First timer’s Guide

Visiting Hong Kong for the first time? Here are some info from a local – you might even find some tidbits that you don’t know about even if you’ve been here.

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Where to Stay in Hong Kong

Hong Kong has many great hotels, perhaps too many. Which is why I have written a post with the best area to stay in Hong Kong, why, and where.

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Off the beaten path top picks

Qipao Experience

Loves cultural experience and photos. This one might be more of a latter, but go dress up in Qipao – HK’s traditional dress – for a picturesque day out.

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Tung Ping Chau

A small island closer to China than Hong Kong, Tung Ping Chau is famous for its many natural landmark with the sedimentary rocks.

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Ninepin Islands

Another geological gem, discover the hexagonal columns of Hong Kong by visiting the remote Ninepin islands!

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Short/Day Trip Options


A city that extends right by the border, Shenzhen is a great day trip option from Hong Kong with its myriad of restaurants, malls, and cheaper costs.

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An hour ferry ride’s away is the Las Vegas of Asia: Macau. But don’t forget about its Portuguese heritage and beautiful architecture with many photogenic spots.

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Qingyuan is a province north of Quangdong, China with beautiful caves, rivers, and world record breaking glass bridges that makes for a great weekend getaway.

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