One of the best ways to enjoy Hong Kong’s city skyline is to take one of the many harbor cruises that ply Victoria Harbor. There are a multitude of cruises to choose from ranging from standard cruises to dinner cruises, sitting on the Star Ferry or a traditional Chinese junk.
Mention Hong Kong and almost everyone will have in their mind a city full of skyscrapers, crowded streets and millions of people. However, Hong Kong does have it’s fair share of nature reserves, beaches and islands which are unfortunately missed out by most travelers. Continue reading “Taking the Island Cruise in Sai Kung”
Lantau Island is the largest island in Hong Kong. In case you don’t know where it is, you have already stepped onto it the moment you landed at Hong Kong International Airport. More well known for Hong Kong’s airport, Disneyland and the Big Buddha, Lantau is also a great place for hiking and beach lazing. Continue reading “Lantau Island, Hong Kong”
Don’t you hate waiting in line at immigration in a foreign country? How about waiting in line for more than 3 hours just to cross the border with a million other people? Well, this happened to me on one trip and is something I never want to experience again, ever. Continue reading “Immigration Hell”