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Where to Peace out with Yoga in Hong Kong
May.24

Where to Peace out with Yoga in Hong Kong

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Does it come as a surprise that one of the most frantic cities in the world would have so many excellent yoga studios? If you’re a yoga practitioner who doesn’t let up on practice just because you’re traveling, then Hong Kong surely wouldn’t disappoint. Whether it’s your into traditional, Hot, Yin, Vinyasa, Aerial, or whatever the trend is right now, you’ll find a class that’s...
Cooling Off in Hong Kong - Best Pools and Beaches!
May.19

Cooling Off in Hong Kong - Best Pools and Beaches!...

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Hong Kong ’s subtropical locality means one thing, namely, a lot of hot. That’s right, eight months of the year it’s shorts and t-shirt weather in the SAR and for six months during the summer high humidity can make getting around sticky business. Indeed, July and August see average temperatures of 35 degrees exacerbated by 90 plus per cent atmospheric moisture. That’s a verita...
The Best Places to Dance Your Heart Out in Hong Kong
May.17

The Best Places to Dance Your Heart Out in Hong Ko...

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Pack your dancing shoes with you when you visit Hong Kong. In between the endless rounds of Dim Sum, sightseeing, and market trawling, you will find yourself drawn to the beats of the city, and there is no better way to express that than to dance your heart out. Whatever your style is, you will find a place where you can groove to the beat of your heart. Volar This is your pl...
Navigating Hong Kong
May.14

Navigating Hong Kong

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For a first time arrival, Hong Kong can feel like a bewildering place. 2,775 square kilometers of mountains and metropolis, including Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula, and the New Territories. South of the Sham Chum River there are more than 250 outlying islands in the SAR. Tai Mo Shan, a country park is the highest mountain peak at 957 meters above sea level while Hong...
The Best Craft Beer Spots in Hong Kong
May.09

The Best Craft Beer Spots in Hong Kong

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The weather is getting hot, and nothing beats the heat better than an ice cold beer on a balmy evening. And certainly, you didn’t travel this far to get a can of Heineken in Hong Kong, did you? If you want a taste of local artisanal beer, save these places on your map and check them all out. You’ll find flavors that aren’t available anywhere else in the world, and there are a...
Hong Kong for Photographers
May.02

Hong Kong for Photographers

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Instagrammers, amateurs and professionals alike will agree that Hong Kong is an incredibly photogenic city. There’s the intense buzz and quirky corners, the visual contrast of the old and the new, as well as the impressive city skyline and serene nature. A photo walkabout in Hong Kong is a very rewarding experience. Bookmark these places and get your cameras and phones out! Th...
Where to visit from Hong Kong and Shenzhen - Delta Satellites
May.01

Where to visit from Hong Kong and Shenzhen - Delta...

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Hong Kong and Shenzhen lie at the south side of the Pearl River Delta, an emerging megacity in the heart of Guangdong Province. The megalopolis is incredibly integrated by a second-to-none transport network of metro systems, high-speed rail, intercity rail, bus and coach services, as well as ferries crisscrossing the Pearl River itself. There are six airports in the PRD includ...
The Pearl River Delta Live
Apr.28

The Pearl River Delta Live

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The Pearl River Delta, a region almost twice the size of Wales comprising nine Mainland cities, plus the SARs of Macau and Hong Kong, is understandably a vibrant place: Home to around 60 million people, the clinking of commerce and clanking of industry echoes across the delta plains. But another kind of sound can be heard in the Chinese Deep South, more subtle, ambient and occ...
Top Halal Restaurants in Shanghai
Apr.24

Top Halal Restaurants in Shanghai

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Chow down on some of the best Halal foods in Shanghai where you can find a variety of cuisines. Some of the best Halal restaurants in the city include Hong Chang Xing, Oriental Yakexi, Guan Guan Ji, Xiyu Diyipan, Aladdin Halal Restaurant and many more. These restaurants serve a variety of cuisines such as authentic Chinese, Uighur and Indian. Hong Chang Xing Hong Chang Xing h...
History of Islam in Shanghai
Apr.24

History of Islam in Shanghai

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Shanghai has had a Muslim presence since as early as the late Song Dynasty and early Yuan Dynasty (1341-1868). Muslim officers and soldiers of the Yuan army brought their families and settled permanently in Songjiang, Jinshanwei and Jiading district. Two thousand Muslims of the Hui community settled permanently in Jinshanwei to strengthen the coastal areas. Now the Hui communi...