Whether you jump on a full stomach or an empty one is up to you, but the Mocha Macao Tower’s death-defying bungee feats pair well with suckling pig.
Hong Kong is at the very top of the accommodation food chain in Asia; the Peninsula Hong Kong, though, is something very special indeed.
Yes, Hong Kong has enough Michelin stars for a Michelin galaxy, but if you want authentic Cantonese flavor, Hong Kong native Nam Cheah tells us where to find the best Hong Kong street snacks.
If you’re the type to pick your hotel with your palate, these Hong Kong hotels have the finest dining for Canto-cuisine aficionados.
From booze on a boat to hip hop at Volar and class at the Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong’s reputation for sundown decadence is well deserved.
Those who call Hong Kong home will tell you that there is still some natural pastoral magic found on Hong Kong’s well-preserved islands, places where cows and wild buffalo roam free near one of the most densely populated places on Earth.
For nearly 500 years, after Portugal first established their colony on the western side of the Pearl River Delta, Iberian and indigenous Chinese traditions have evolved alongside each other, creating a way of life in Macao that is so utterly unique that there is no other like it, anywhere on Earth.