Tips and Articles for Hong Kong

Andrea Fazzari

You may soon be singing “Let It Go” to your frequent flyer miles.New details about Hong Kong Disneyland’s Frozen land were revealed at D23 Expo over the... Read More

y express the culture of each country, city, or region.The list was curated by James Beard Award-winning writer Besha Rodell, who has been reporting on... Read More

On Tuesday, for the second day in a row, officials at the Hong Kong International Airport were forced to cancel hundreds of flights due to clashes with... Read More

On Monday, Cathay Pacific, the flag carrier airline of Hong Kong, was forced to cancel flights to and from the special administrative region of... Read More

It’s a special year for Aperol, as the Italian liqueur is celebrating its 100th birthday in 2019. Aperol was created by brothers Luigi and Silvio... Read More

The geography of Hong Kong consists of more than 250 different islands. And there soon might be even more.Hong Kong is considering building entirely new... Read More

Whether you consider yourself to be a surfer or not, you’re likely influenced by surf culture. If you drop a “dude” from time-to-time, highlight your... Read More

 Airports are often the places where a traveler gets their first impression of a country. Delicious dining options are remembered fondly, for... Read More

Frenetic and perpetually buzzing, Hong Kong offers something for everyone. It’s the Asian hub of commerce, culture, food, and art, with a hotel scene to... Read More

Growing up in a small West Texas cotton-farming community, gourmet meant steak fingers at the Dairy Queen on College Avenue and breakfast for dinner on... Read More

Like the slowest traffic lane, the busiest airport is always the one that you’re stuck in. But if you’re flying out of Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta,... Read More

In a city dense with moneyed big-shots and power-players, where over-the-top luxury is stock standard and sharp-edge steel and glass towers shade... Read More

For millennial travelers, luxury doesn’t always equate to cool. Five-star hotels with turndown service, Michelin-starred restaurants, and a staff where... Read More

These days, a thoughtful art collection is de rigueur for hotels of a certain caliber. Works are commissioned expressly for hotels, works... Read More

If you’ve ever considered yourself to be a Monopoly mogul — snatching up expensive properties like Park Place and Boardwalk and plopping a hotel on each... Read More

T+L launched Operation Vacation to inspire workers to use their days off and get away, offering exclusive travel discounts as incentive. For the latest... Read More

Hong Kong is one of the most expensive cities in the world to live in. In fact, the city is currently ranked as the place with the highest cost of... Read More

Guy Rubin is a member of Travel + Leisure’s A-List, a collection of the top travel advisors in the world, and can help plan your perfect getaway.... Read More

Jack Tydeman is a member of Travel + Leisure’s A-List, a collection of the top travel advisors in the world, and can help plan your perfect getaway.... Read More

Anytime you travel, it’s always important to consider how expensive things might be in your destination. One way to determine relative prices is to pick... Read More

Travel rewards blogger Ramy Wahby recently flew first class from Hong Kong to New York City for only $76 — and a lot of points.Wahby is an engineer who... Read More

Dog owners, their pups, and passersby looking for a four-legged show gathered for the first inaugural Hong Kong Doggie Dash on Sunday to watch... Read More

Chrissy Teigen touched down in China yesterday with a very specific itinerary in mind.“I want to do everything the Real Housewives did, except make... Read More

If you’re thinking about cleaning up your desk and starting a career as a freelancer, you’re not alone. But before you do, you should consider where you... Read More

Hour-long meet-and-greet lines, walls of merchandise, sweets shaped like familiar faces — it’s all part of the Disney-going experience. But at parks... Read More

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