Hong Kong

Three Ways to Eat Dim Sum in Hong Kong

Dim sum was my first foray into Chinese food, way back when I was still a fussy eater (can you believe I was ever anything but a never-ending stomach?!). It’s bite-sized food filled with all sorts of delicious things; it’s canapés…

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Traditional Claypot Rice at Four Seasons, Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a city that fascinates me in its juxtaposition of modern and traditional, and there’s no expression that shows that any more clearly than in the variety of food available. I’ve had wonderful brunches in Hong Kong that…

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Why Sheung Wan is My Favourite Area of Hong Kong

The first time I visited the Hong Kong, I stayed in Sheung Wan, but on my most recent trip I still gravitated back there. It’s a vibrant mix of traditional Chinese culture and modern urban living, with some of Hong…

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Three Awesome and Affordable Places to Eat in Hong Kong

  Hong Kong has strong elements of London’s vibe, with food trends and brunch culture being alive and well. Each time I’ve been to Hong Kong I’ve been overwhelmed by where to eat, because generally, you can’t really go wrong.…

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The Markets of Mong Kok, Hong Kong

  Once I’ve finished stifling giggles at the name of this area (yes, that’s my level of humour), a day in Mong Kok is one of my favourite things to do in Hong Kong. The area is known for its shopping,…

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The Islands of Hong Kong: a Photo Diary

Having been to Hong Kong in 2014, this time around I wanted to see more of the lesser explored areas that I hadn’t taken advantage of previously. Sadly both times I’ve visited I haven’t had great weather so I haven’t…

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Five Places to Explore in Wan Chai, Hong Kong

My trip to Hong Kong this year was my second time in the city. I’ve already done a lot of the obvious tourist destinations and as my best friend lives there, I wanted to get to know the place a…

Unicorn Toasties at Kala Toast, Hong Kong

  OK, I like a food craze. I’ve eaten a cronut, I’ve queued around the block for the latest burger joint and had a panic attack in a dining in the dark restaurant (smooth). When links about the unicorn toastie…

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My First Trip to Hong Kong: a Summary

As I’m sure you’re all very aware, I’ve spent three wonderful weeks in Australia and I knew that the thought of heading straight back to London would be too much to bear. To save myself from an uncomfortable bump back…