I thought this may be a useful post for visitors to Hong Kong. The public toilets in the city are not many, and they are not really clean. Hong Kongers shirk them and prefer to use toilets in shopping malls which are indeed many, or in McDonald’s restaurants, which are in every corner, or the… Continue reading Where is the toilet?
Two artists have come up with an art and design map to help locals and tourists savour Hong Kong’s creative side. It is launching its second edition and a shame that you can only get it at bookstore. Created and developed by artists Danielle Huthart and Louise Wong, the map employs the idea of “district… Continue reading Explore HK’s creative side with a tailor-made map
I want to give a list of top 5, but end up with one of top 6. So here’s my take of the top 6 things to do for a visitor to Hong Kong: 1.Take Star Ferry between Central and Tsim Sha Tsui to see Victoria Harbour. I love this ferry ride. It is part… Continue reading Things to do in HK: Top 6
If you travel in Hong Kong, the most convenient transportation to be used would be the train, MTR. An app for iphone, ipad and Android smartphone is now available, which provides useful information on routes, fare as well as shopping and visit information. Check out here.
The Avenue of Stars along the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui is named one of the world’s 12 worst tourist traps by CNNGO. While I think reports like this are subjective and for attention grabbing only, I do agree that the Avenue of Stars is not a worthy place to visit. The reason… Continue reading Avenue of Stars a tourist trap?