Travel CHINA
  • Chinese Tea Guide

    Tea is the Chinese culture’s favorite beverage. Learn about its varieties and health benefits while you enjoy its incomparable taste.

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  • New Year’s Gourmet Dinner

    Travel to taste New Year’s specialties and ensure success for the following year.

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  • Dumplings and Wontons

    Plan a gourmet journey to China where you’ll try wontons, commonly known as dumplings. They’re little bundles of joy.

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  • Giant Panda Reserve

    The giant panda is one of the most loved animals in the world and it’s also an icon of the Chinese culture.

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  • Trekking Guide for the Great Wall in China

    Discover the Great Wall in China by visiting 3 of its most attractive and surprising sections.

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  • Hong Kong Sky100

    Sky 100 is an overlook located in the 100th floor of the International Commerce Center in Hong Kong, and it offers a 360º view of Victoria Harbor.

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  • Visiting the Buddha Tian Tan

    The Big Buddha, with its 200 tons, crowns the landscape of Lantau as its main touristic attraction.

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  • Choose the Best Season to Travel

    Travel to China for the Chinese New Year celebration which takes place in February because they follow the lunar calendar. It’s the perfect time to try some dumplings

  • Taste Something Delish

    Dumplings are so famous that you can have them in many places around the world, but you won’t find tastier versions than in China.

  • Travel Without Gaining Weight

    Don’t worry about the calories, a steamed dumpling only provides 45 calories, so you can have several.

  • Enjoy the Show

    Don’t miss the incredible A Symphony of Lights show every night at 8 pm at Victoria Harbor

  • Save on Rides

    In Hong Kong’s tourist areas such as Tsim Sha Tsui, Central and Admiralty, it’s quicker and cheaper to take a local bus than a taxi.

  • Get the Best View

    The Loveseat bench at Sky-High is perfect for a date because it offers you a great view of Victoria Harbor.

  • Enjoy the Show

    Even though you can visit the Sky 100 during daytime, you should go there after dark in order to have a great view of the lights show at the harbor.

  • Communicate With The Locals

    In Hong Kong, as a tourist you can communicate in English even though the local language is Cantonese.

  • Octopus Cards

    Octopus Cards allow users to ride various means of transportation around the city, purchase fast food and buy groceries.

  • Get a Ride

    Although an easy way to get to Lantau’s Big Buddha is by taking the cable car, you can also get there by bus.

  • The Many Flavors of Dumplings

    For the Chinese New Year celebration, apart from preparing fish and pork meat dumplings, you can also order vegetable, seafood and meet varieties.

  • Double as Big

    Big Lantau is twice as big as Hong Kong Island.

  • Crowded Territories

    Hong Kong is one of the most populated regions in the planet with more than 7 million inhabitants in 1,000 km2

  • A Former British Colony

    Hong Kong was a British colony and nowadays it’s one of the most important economical centers in China.

  • Fragrant Harbor

    Hong Kong’s name means “fragrant harbor” in Chinese.

  • Countless Skyscrapers

    Hong Kong is the city with the greatest number of skyscrapers, 1,251 in total, including the Sky 100.