Hong Kong is among the world’s great foodie destinations, with a tastebud-tingling array of food, from posh nosh to the latest in innovative and international cuisines. But it’s the tried-and-tested traditional favourites that will really get your lips smacking.
Hong Kong is a world-class gourmet destination, offering everything from top-end seafood in swanky restaurants to homemade noodles in neighbourhood eateries.
Halfway across the world's longest sea bridge, I hear a roar behind us.
Straddled between two cliffs in China's Hunan province, a 430-metre glass-bottomed suspension bridge offers the world's highest bungy jump from a footbridge.
Would you pay $60,000 for a rockmelon? Of course you wouldn't. Maybe $1 million for a bottle of whisky? Not a chance.
The Games of the 32nd Olympiad are here. One of the world's greatest sporting events in one of the world's greatest cities.
Tokyo. What is this place? Honestly, it's anything you want it to be.
Australians have flocked to Japan in huge numbers in recent years, but its attractive neighbour has been overlooked.