You may be a foodie at home, but here's how to be an expert eater when you're overseas too.
An upmarket Hong Kong hotel is actually a training centre for a polytechnic.
A sauna, a drink, a manicure, beautiful food – there's nothing like a five-star lounge to make you feel you have truly arrived.
At 554 metres above sea level, The Peak offers spectacular views of the high-rise jungle.
It's easy to see why Cathay was named the world's best airline. They get it so, so right.
There's more to Hong Kong than shopping in its steamy canyons, writes Natasha Dragun.
These rooms have fabulous views and you can really test your tolerance to vertigo.
Some of the most stylish souvenirs are in the lobby of your hotel, writes Angie Kelly.
This modern city's famous waterfront is a destination within itself. Sit and people-watch on the magnificent harbour before scaling The Peak and drinking in the sparkling night view from the top. Indulge in its consumerist culture before sampling some of the finest Michelin-star cuisine at street food prices. It's a short ferry trip outside the city to outlying islands for great beaches, temples and seafood.