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Things To Do

Your guide to the best things to do in Hong Kong, including popular attractions, festivals, events, activities and tours

Best day trips in Hong Kong

Best day trips in Hong Kong

Hong Kong may be internationally known for its unique combination of glitz, glamour, and grittiness; but long-time residents know that there’s a lot...

Best luxury camping and glamping sites in Hong Kong

Best luxury camping and glamping sites in Hong Kong

We all deserve a little R&R every once in a while – that’s what staycations are for. And sometimes you just need to get out of the...

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Hong Kong neighbourhood guides

Sai Kung: Ultimate Guide

Sai Kung: Ultimate Guide

Sai Kung is one of the best scenic escapes in Hong Kong. The district attracts nature adventurers and water sport junkies alike who come for its idyllic...

Tai Hang: Ultimate guide

Tai Hang: Ultimate guide

Just a stone’s throw away from the ever-bustling Causeway Bay (and often overshadowed by it), Tai Hang offers a rare pocket of respite that’s...

Sai Kung: Ultimate GuideSai Kung: Ultimate Guide

Sai Kung: Ultimate Guide

Sai Kung is one of the best scenic escapes in Hong Kong. The district attracts nature adventurers and water sport junkies alike who come for its idyllic...

Sai Kung: Ultimate Guide

Sai Kung: Ultimate Guide

Sai Kung is one of the best scenic escapes in Hong Kong. The district attracts nature adventurers and water sport junkies alike who come for its idyllic...

Tai Hang: Ultimate guide

Tai Hang: Ultimate guide

Just a stone’s throw away from the ever-bustling Causeway Bay (and often overshadowed by it), Tai Hang offers a rare pocket of respite that’s...

Sham Shui Po: Ultimate Guide

Sham Shui Po: Ultimate Guide

Sham Shui Po, one of the oldest districts in Hong Kong known for its textiles industry, has recently gained a newfound 'cool' status, reinvigorated by its...

Cheung Chau

Cheung Chau

There’s more to this outlying island than just its famous bun festival.

Tai O

Tai O

Also known as the Venice of Hong Kong.