The ancient walled city of Pingyao in Shanxi Province China, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site is an architectural wonder and worth of a visit.
I look back on my trip to Hong Kong with a strong dose of nostalgia. I recall fondly the nightly laser light shows at the Victoria Harbour, browsing the antique markets on Temple Street, exploring one of the best history museums in all of Asia, and climbing the 268 steps to meet the Big Buddha on Lantau Island. My favourite memory is diving into Hong Kong’s culinary universe with Hong Kong Foodie Tours.
You can say many things about Chinese food, but you can’t say it’s expensive! After living in China for 2+ years, Agness & Cez share their top 6 cheap eats.
Guest Author Beth Williams shares her love of Chinese New Year since moving to Hong Kong, temporarily giving up celebrating the customary Western holidays in favour of some new holidays rich with culture and spirit.
Beijing is one of those cities in the world that never stops to amaze anyone. New buildings pop up at an excitingly fast rate and are of the most incredible sizes. As a student of architecture, studying in this city was a once in a lifetime experience. The capital city…
No trip to Hong Kong is complete without a trip by tram up to see the view from Victoria Peak and the harbour down below….everyone has done it and bought the t-shirt in one of the many night markets to prove it. The views are breathtaking…even through the city smog.
A favourite travel memory is of a stroll through the area called Yau Mai Tai and Hong Kong Shanghai Street – of what we saw, ate and felt along the way.
The Shennongjia Forests are a vast landscape of mystery, emotion, and a tad bit of fear of isolation – unless of course you’re on a tour whilst on vacation!
Today’s Memory Monday photo of Taro Pie from McDonald’s comes courtesy of a friend and fellow traveller, Alan Chau. In case you are wondering there isn’t a problem with the photo and your eyes aren’t playing tricks with you, the taro is in fact purple. A man of few words…