Indie Travel in Hong Kong for $60 Per Day

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Some call it the world city of Asia, and Hong Kong has something for everyone. In the morning you can get lost in the city, taking in its international culture, and in the afternoon you can hike in the forest or lounge on the beach. And you can do it all for under $60 a day.

How to Do Hong Kong on a Budget: Where to Spend & What to Skip

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Hong Kong is notoriously expensive, but seeing the city on a budget doesn’t have to mean skipping all the fun stuff. Mary Richardson tells you where it makes sense to spend some of your precious travel budget.

5 of the Best Lesser-Known Places to Enjoy in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is famous for its skyline, shopping and its vibrant urban lifestyle, but there is much more that can be enjoyed.

The Slow Torture of Plum Blossom – Hong Kong

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An avowed music lover comes face to face with the reality of Cantonese Opera.

The Deeper China – Asia

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Scott Berlin and his wife travel from Lijiang to Hong Kong in southwest China, learning about some ethnic minority traditions and cruising the Li River.

Curious Cuisine in Hong Kong – Hong Kong

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“Bite and suck,” Tami tells Ellen Peneski, her umber eyes wide with anticipation.

Homage to Big Buddha – Hong Kong

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Food in Hong Kong – Hong Kong

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Party 151 – Hong Kong

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Brian O’Sullivan encounters Cuban 151, English stupidity and South Africa generosity…all in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong, China – November 1999

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Po Lin Monastery is a Buddhist retreat in western Lantau Island. Built in 1921, it still functions as a place where Buddhist faithful abandon our “corrupted” world and seek enlightenment through mediations. But on weekends, it is hard to imagine that anyone can find peace and harmony within the complex. The place is jammed with […]