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  • Dwarf Empire

    Located on a hilltop in southern China and opened in September 2009, this pint-size park is almost entirely staffed—from entertainers to janitors—b... More
  • Ecols

    Green-minded Ecols carries colorful dinner platters made from wine bottles. More
  • Edouard Malingue Gallery

  • El Cóctel

  • Entertainment Center

    The airport’s mini-spa offers small, semi-private rooms with two comfy chairs each.  Try a 50-minute Tibetan Sweet Herb Alga Mud foot massage ($29)... More
  • Executive b.a.r.

  • F.I.L.

  • Fan Street

    If you’re in search of hand-painted decorative fans, it’s worth the three-hour trip from Guilin along the Li River to the small village of Fuli, wh... More
  • Fontaine Deanna Gatti

    Years as agent: 41. Other specialties: Family, Adventure travel, Africa, China. Consulting fee: $100. More
  • Fook Ming Tong Tea Shop

    No matter what ails you, you’ll find an herbal antidote in this shop’s seemingly endless collection of Chinese teas. Many of the blends here tout s... More
  • Forbidden City

    It doesn’t have a street address—which is only fitting for a place that was once considered the center of the universe. The Forbidden City’s vast, ... More
  • Forest Bird

    In fashionable Soho—South of Hollywood Road—Forest Bird displays a fashion-forward selection of clothes and handmade jewelry from small European an... More
  • French Concession

    The leafy, rustic French Concession is the favored destination for cutting-edge fashion and designs for the home. More
  • G.O.D., Central Hong Kong

    The acronym stands for Goods of Desire—and if you like cool, modern housewares and textiles, it’s 100 percent accurate. The furniture, light fixtur... More
  • G.O.D., Leighton Center

    With decor that appears to be a mix of IKEA and Urban Outfitters, this hip store is located in Causeway Bay. The decorations, textiles, lighting, a... More

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