Young gun Aussie chefs are dazzling Hong Kong's food scene. Seek them out on a food safari.
Fast-paced Hong Kong is fun year-round, but time your visit for one of its special events and the energy kicks up another whole notch.
Tick off Central and Tsim Sha Tsui then explore some of the city's lesser known haunts.
Whether staying as a guest or visiting one of the many dining options, it's a must-do in Hong Kong.
A pleasant premium economy experience, though I'd prefer the seats a bit wider.
Sign up for a tour of the less glamorous underbelly of this fabulously wealthy city.
In a city the size of Hong Kong, it should come as little shock to find that there are numerous hidden treasures.
You don't need a camera to remember your favourite travel destination.
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.