Nan Lian Garden in Hong Kong | Gardens and country parks of Hong Kong

It’s been three years since I moved to #HongKong and in these three years lots of friends & acquaintances have visited us for a holiday. Some of them invariably remark that HK is a concrete jungle. While, I am not disputing that view, but there is definitely more to HK than just tall skyscrapers. This […]

Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Island | Hong Kong

Po Lin Monastery, located on Ngong Ping pleateau of Lantau Island in Hong Kong is a pretty Buddhist monastery complex, located amidst beautiful surroundings.  The star attraction of Po Lin monastery is ofcourse ‘The Big Buddha’ or Tian Tan Buddha and it is listed as one of the top 10 attractions of Hong Kong by […]

Big Buddha at Lantau Island in Hong Kong | Encounter with serenity in Asia’s World City

He who would be serene and pure needs but one thing, detachment ~ Meister Eckart All my tiredness from waiting in the queues climbing the steps to, seemed to fade away into a serene happiness as I gazed into the face of Tian Tan Buddha (popularly known as Big Buddha) at Po Lin Monastery in […]

What to wear in Hong Kong | Packing List for year round travel | Solo woman traveler’s style guide for Hong Kong sightseeing

Hong Kong is we all know, is a vibrant cosmopolitan world city. It is quite different from the other cities of South Asia in terms of food, nightlife and also style & fashion. Ofcourse, its weather is famous for being unpredictable, in all seasons. For a traveler, what to pack when visiting Hong Kong is […]

Sightseeing SOHO in Hong Kong

I first got interested in SOHO when my friend and Hong Kong resident Payal described it to me, during one of our chats just after she had relocated to Hong Kong. She loved it so much that she even wrote a guest post on it. So, SOHO was on the top of my must visit […]

Hong Kong for Vegetarian Traveler |Vegetarian Food Guide for Hong Kong

Hong Kong is famous for its fine dining and nightlife experiences. It has some of the top most restaurants in the World with Michelin star chefs , most famous is Otto E Mezze , which has a waiting period of 6 months (yes you read right, book a table today for a  meal 6 months […]

Hollywood Road in Hong Kong ~ A walk around Hong Kong’s first built road

Hollywood Road is Hong Kong’s oldest road and is the first one to be completed when the colony was founded by British.   Today, the Hollywood Road is the hub of arts and antique trade in Hong Kong and makes for an interesting visit, even if one is not really meaning to buy either. In fact, […]

St. John’s Cathedral in Hong Kong ~ Beautiful Testimony of Anglical Faith in Asia’s World City

I visited St. John’s Cathedral in Hong Kong, while on my sightseeing tour to Victoria Peak ‘The Peak’. It is a beautiful Early English/ decorated Gothic style Anglical Cathedral with a very interesting history. Sharing my experience of visiting this beautiful cathedral, this lies in the heart of the financial hub of Central district in […]

1881 Heritage | Former Marine Police Headquarters in Hong Kong

Hong Kong holds many surprises beyond the ‘popular’ tourist attractions, if one keeps eyes and ears alert while walking around this vibrant ‘Asia’s World City’.  While walking towards Clock Tower in Tsim ShaTsui, from MTR station, for sightseeing, I chanced upon a rather different looking ultra luxury Mall, which had a heritage feel to it.  I […]

Victoria Peak in Hong Kong | Top 10 Attractions in Hong Kong

Victoria Peak,popularly known as ‘The Peak‘ is touted as ‘Top 10 attractions’ in Hong Kong. Not only that, the Hong Kong Tourism says that if there is only one thing that any visitor wants to do when in Hong Kong, it should definitely be a visit to ‘The Peak’. As a solo woman traveller to ‘Asia’s […]


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