• Things to do in Hong Kong at night

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    This is post 55 of 58 in the series “Hong Kong” Hong Kong is famous for being a busy city so it should be no surprise that there are plenty to do at night. In fact, almost everything opens late and closes late, if not throughout the night. Whether you are looking to party it […]

  • Things to do in Sheung Wan Hong Kong

    by a girl who worked there

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    Last updated on July 19th, 2019 at 09:53 am This is post 54 of 58 in the series “Hong Kong” Sheung Wan is the hip sister of Central where the new meets the old in an almost too artistic way. Rainbow stairs, geometric graffiti and gorgeous cafes are just around the corner from hidden temples […]

  • Best restaurants in Shanghai and what to eat

    The food tour was kindly hosted by Untour Shanghai but all opinions are my own

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    This is post 9 of 9 in the series “China” When people think of Shanghai, the image of soup dumplings is among the first thing that pops up. With more than just Shanghainese cuisine to offer, it can be hard to figure out which restaurant is good, what’s hot, and what’s just fluff. Luckily for […]

  • Shanghai water town: Zhujiajiao vs Qibao

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    This is post 7 of 9 in the series “China” Shanghai might be a metropolis, however, it was historically an area that flourished from water trade with many water towns. While the city center show little traces of it, there are still beautiful ancient towns scattered nearby, relics from a bygone era. With dozens to […]

  • Beaches in Kota Kinabalu and island hopping

    This is post 5 of 5 in the series “Malaysia” Kota Kinabalu is close to many beautiful beaches and pristine nature and some are just a short taxi or ferry ride away. Aside from Mount Kinabalu, the most popular thing to do is o relax on a beach or go island hopping in the Tunku […]