Top 5 Hong Kong’s off-beaten places to visit – Hopaloop

A list that can beat a “top-10-things-to-do-in-Hong-Kong” This city is one of the most dazzlingly energetic places in the world complemented by the most serene of country parks and nature trails. Here are five of Hong Kong’s off-beaten places to visit from Hopaloop. Sheung Wan Right next to the hustle bustle of Central lies its perfect antidote called Sheung Wan. It is a booming location in Hong Kong that is a living relic with its vivid mix of East and West. It is a melange of cultures in one friendly neighborhood. From chic cafes to art galleries, hidden bars to antiques and all kinds of unusually exhilarating combination of shops are nestled down under a contrasting colonial Vs modern  architecture. The oldest standing Western Market shows the cultural disposition that...

The Hong Kong Macau Zhuhai Bridge – All you need to know

  The Hong Kong Macau Zhuhai bridge has been opened to public on 24th October 2018. The world’s longest sea crossing bridge connects the two administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau with the mainland, seamlessly. The huge infrastructure project started 9 years ago and after a lot of ups and downs, it is finally open to public. Hopaloopers planned a quick day trip to Macau to checkout the new bridge by bus and see how it differs from other modes of transport. Five things we love about the Hong Kong Macau Zhuhai Bridge: Lowest fares from Hong Kong to Macau and back – There is no beating this one for a long time! It is the cheapest way to travel back and forth. 130 HKD is all you need! wait, that’s for a round-trip! Yes, it is that cheap! Convenience – Having...

Top 10 free things to do in Hong Kong

Hong Kong can be one of the most expensive cities in the world but it does have a lot of interesting cheap and free things to offer. And the free things are as good as or even better than a paid holiday! Check these top 10 things to do in Hong Kong, for locals and tourists alike! Enjoy! Have a meditative and spiritual getaway at the Nan Lian Gardens. It is right in the middle of the city yet extremely tranquil. Watch the amazing Symphony of Lights at the Tsim Tsha Tsui waterfront / Hong Kong cultural centre open piazza. It happens at 8 PM every night. Visit the Pak Lap Wan beach and pitch your camp tents out in the wild right beside the beach. Visit and explore the village culture at the Sheung Yiu Folk Museum located inside the Sai Kung Country Park. (Closed for maintenance until Mid-Apri...

Cheung Chau – A Perfect Getaway from Hong Kong City

Cheung Chau is one of the editor’s favourite outlying islands in Hong Kong. The place is very idyllic and is suitable for vacationers as well as city-dwellers as it offers an escape from the crazy monotony called daily life. This tiny and beautiful island is sandwiched between Lamma Island and Lantau. It serves as a perfect destination to hide from the electrifying Hong Kong city life and have a laid back, peaceful day. The place is a blend of a hep beach town and a fishermen’s village and it can be easily reached via ferry from the Central ferry pier in Hong Kong. The island is known for its annual bun festival, which is usually held in May – in which you can fill tummy with your body weight in steamed buns. The island offers an array of fun activities including water sports, bicycling an...

Top 3 things to do on Halloween Night in Hong Kong

  If you are in Hong Kong this Halloween, don’t miss these 3 things. Do all or at least do one to make this year’s Halloween at Hong Kong truly memorable! Meet the villains at Hong Kong Disneyland – Visit the land of baddies, experience the scintillating villains night parade where the villains have a night out. Enter the maze of madness, get lost in the Mickey’s Halloween street party, have fun with Disney’s trick or treat, enjoy the park decorations and most importantly have some howlin’ fun! 2. Party parading with the dead at LKF –  Witness the most energetic Halloween at Lan Kwai Fong streets this year as the parades get bigger with horror. Sexy nurses spilling blood, corspe brides dancing, Avengers partying, Goons and Zombies strutting along &#...

Hong Kong Wine and Dine Festival 2017 – In Pictures

  This year’s Wine and Dine festival was truly an international extravaganza here at Hong Kong. It was set amidst Hong Kong’s iconic Central Harbourfront event space, where thousands of people from around the world gathered to relish top-class food and drinks. Fun Facts about HK Wine and Dine 2017: More than 400 stalls featured, selling drinks and food 26 countries and regions participated in the festival 5 Zones had booths serving up the best wines, cocktails, craft beers, Whiskies and other drinks Few top restaurants from Hong Kong served up amazing food that paired beautifully with the wines Hong Kong inspired cocktails featured The ‘dessert garden’ saw numerous tourists devour some fanciful treats Here are some pictures of the Wine and Dine festival 2017 that will make...

Enroute Lantau Island

Exhilarating Ngong Ping 360 Cable car journey

Top 10 Unusual Places for Day Trips from Hong Kong

  Sai Kung Kau Sai Chau Pak Tam Chung Nature Trail – Family Trail Pak Tam Folklore Museum Shek O , Big Wave Macau Hong Kong Park Victoria Peak Tai Po Market - Man Mo Temple and Railway Museum Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree

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