Tag Archives | Hong Kong

Andy Warhol: 15 Minutes Eternal Exhibition

“Fame is Fleeting. Art is Eternal.” Andy Warhol: 15 Minutes Eternal marks the 25th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s death by showcaing the most extensive collection of Andy Warhol’s work to Asia. Visiting five cities across the continent from 2012 through 2014, the exhibition features over 300 paintings, photographs, screen prints, drawings, 3-D installations and sculptures […]

The Peak Tram – Hong Kong

[source] Hong Kong’s Peak Tram is a cliff railway that uses a cable attached to a pair of ascending and descending trams counterbalancing each other on rails, moving them up and down the steep slope of Victoria Peak. The Peak Tram is a fun way to get up The Peak, but lineups can be very long […]

Hong Kong Day & Night Views From The Peak

Victoria Peak (also known as Mount Austin) is a mountain situated on the western part of Hong Kong Island. Everyone who has traveled to Hong Kong would have visited The Peak at one point or another. One my first trip to Hong Kong, about fifteen years ago, I never made it to The Peak, but luckily […]

Food Republic – Olympian City, Hong Kong

The Food Republic concept fits perfectly with Hong Kong’s sophisticated food culture because as savvy travelers, foodies from Hong Kong appreciate variety in their dining experiences. What is a Food Republic you ask? Food Republic, part of the BreadTalk Group, is higher-end food court offering a large selection of authentic contemporary Asian food stalls (from […]

Olympian City – Kowloon, Hong Kong

Olympian City is one of the main shopping and residential complexes in West Kowloon, Hong Kong. Situated at the heart of the ‘Golden Circle’, Olympian City is a prestigious Kowloon address embracing the benefits of the five nearby MTR (Mass Transit Railway) subway stations: Olympic Station, MongKok Station, West Kowloon Terminus of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong […]

Butterfly On Morrison Hotel Review – Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Part of the Butterfly Group, Butterfly On Morrison is a boutique hotel located on Morrison Hill Road in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. The hotel is surrounded by the best brand-name world-renowned stores, magnificent shopping malls and bustling dining centres in Causeway Bay, and Hong Kong’s neon entertainment strip in Wanchai – one of Hong Kong’s […]

Butterfly On Wellington Boutique Hotel (Central) Hong Kong Review

After staying at the Novotel Citygate near the Hong Kong airport and with our aunt in Kowloon, we then spent one night at Butterfly On Wellington in Central before heading off on our month-long Asia journey. Multi-award winning Butterfly Group is a collection of boutique hotels and serviced apartments located around Hong Kong. We had […]

The Highest Spa In The World

Located on the 116th floor and 118th floors, The Ritz-Carlton Spa by ESPA is the highest spa on earth. Redefining the Hong Kong spa experience, the space features nine deluxe treatment rooms and two couples’ suites, plus floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views and soothing therapies. Don’t worry if you’re only slightly acrophobic, though. The architects, […]

Hong Kong Time Lapse Video From Ritz-Carlton – World’s Highest Hotel

This Hong Kong video shows the constant motion of this bustling and hyper energetic city. Shot from the world’s highest hotel, the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong – standing 480 meters high, and taking up floors 102 through 118 in Hong Kong’s newest skyscraper, the ICC. The segments of this time lapse video were taken from the […]

Review: Yogurtime SoHo, Central, Hong Kong

Yogurtime frozen yogurt has seven locations around Hong Kong and franchises in other parts of Asia. With over 100 flavors of all-natural, low fat frozen yogurt in its arsenal and over 30 toppings to choose from, Yogurtime has something for everybody. We visited their SoHo location on Elgin Street, in Central. If you look closely […]

Bourbon St. SoHo, Central, Hong Kong

Offering over 50 different bourbons and whiskeys, this modern bar and eatery is the perfect spot to grab a drink with friends. Ambient blues and jazz plays in the background while customers dine on a variety of southern dishes. A large brunch menu is offered on weekends, including unlimited Bloody Marys!   Bourbon St. 21 […]

Café De Paris SoHo, Central, Hong Kong

Café de Paris brings a French touch to the popular SoHo district. Similar to a Parisian street café, the restaurant is lined with dark wood paneling, maroon coloured-walls, creating a warm and cozy atmosphere. Specialties include mussels in white wine butter sauce, pan-fried foie gras with homemade fries, and US grain-fed Black Angus rib eye […]