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Hong Kong and Macau

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China’s Most Exciting New Hotels to Visit in 2019

Foreigners come to China not only for work or investment, but also to sample the country’s many landscapes, its long history and meet people from a wide range of cultures and traditions. In that process...
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The Most Haunted Places in China

Step into the ghastly past of the world’s oldest civilization and get acquainted with places that will chill you to the bone. These are the most haunted places in China. Updated: October 18, 2021 With over...
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The mystic Yellow Mountain in Anhui

WildChina Offer: Enjoy up to 15% off your stay at Peninsula Hong Kong

WildChina have secured a great offer for your 2016 summer and winter stays at Peninsula Hong Kong. By far the most opulent hotel in Hong Kong, the iconic Peninsula is known as the Grande Dame of...
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Imperial dragon patterns

Hong Kong’s Best Markets & Shopping Streets

Goldfish, birds, toys, clothes and electronics – there seems to be a street in Hong Kong for just about every type of commodity you might need. Inside the checkered warren of the city’s lanes you...
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Top 5 Hotels in Hong Kong

Hong Kong: apart from being one of the world’s global financial centers, the metropolitan city ranks highly for top-notch standards in its service and hospitality sectors. Many exciting accommodation choices are available, some of which...
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Traditional Chinese Architecture

Santa Claus is coming to Hong Kong?

Hong Kong may not be a place you would think to spend the holidays, but a visit to this historic trade city offers a chance to put an eastern twist on a western tradition. Each...
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The Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong: A Cut Above the Rest

The Peninsula name has always been equated with luxury and magnificence, and as the brand’s flagship location, the Peninsula Hong Kong is a cut above the rest.   The two-phase “landmark room enhancement programme,” commenced...
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Buddhist sculpture and art

An Interview with Grassroots Pantry owner Peggy Chan

With Chinese New Year here ‘tis the season to throw caution (and weight-watching) to the wind and get caught up in the feasting and festivities! But when you’ve satisfied your craving for heavy Chinese dishes,...
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Buddhist sculpture and art

Have you explored Hong Kong’s Wan Chai District?

Wan Chai is best known for its bars and exotic nightlife, made famous by Richard Mason’s novel and the subsequent film The World of Suzie Wong. While the occasional scantily-clad woman still beckons from doorways...
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A bakery that has Hong Kong written all over it…

What do you get when you cross a Japanese, a Hong Konger, and a Swede who all love bread? Po’s Atelier. Located in the ever cosmopolitan city of Hong Kong, Po’s Atelier is, according to...
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