Bye-bye boring and soulless hotels, hello unique!
It's incredible how many hotels do not differ at all from each other. Are you tired of hotel rooms that are just a box with a bed and a shower?
Are you looking for a hotel that will be an attraction in itself? A hotel that will become a bright and meaningful part of your Hong Kong experience? Here is my selection of 5 of the most unusual and quirky hotels in Hong Kong that you will never forget.
One of the most unusual restaurants in Hong Kong and its ancient landmark is the Jumbo Kingdom floating restaurant in Aberdeen Harbor. It hosted Queen Elizabeth II, Tom Cruise, David Bowie, Gong Lee, Stephen Chow, and Bruce Lee, among other celebrities. Some call it "a tourist trap," while others marvel at the authenticity of its Chinese cuisine and traditional decor. Anyway, no doubt that the floating restaurant looking like a Chinese temple is definitely worth a visit.
In this blog post, you will find practical information for visiting the floating restaurant Jumbo Kingdom in Hong Kong: the history of the ship restaurant, what dishes to try, price of the menu, excursions and tours of Aberdeen Harbor, and information on how to get there.
Hong Kong is a city of always chewing people. With such a variety of dishes and street food, it is impossible not to turn into a serious gourmet here. No surprise, most of the places to visit in Hong Kong are centered around food!
Besides traditional restaurants, Hong Kong is famous for other types of restaurants that are akin to an adventure.
These are concept restaurants with an unusual setting and food. I found five themed restaurants and cafes in Hong Kong that are worth heading to if you are looking for an extraordinary culinary experience.
A treasure trove of countless unusual and quirky things to do. A minefield of strange smells and even stranger tastes.
A melting pot of cultures, buzzing with life at every turn. A kaleidoscope of neon lights. A city that excites the imagination.
Yes, this is Hong Kong! Here are some ideas for your unique Hong Kong experience that differ from a regular tourist brochure and get you off the beaten track.
To all the lovers of cute food and cute objects out there, - Hong Kong is the destination for you! Why? Because it’s a second home (after Japan) of the cute Hello Kitty.
Her shops, cafes and restaurants and all the imaginable things with Hello Kitty image (or in her shape) - you can find it all in Hong Kong.
Weather your children are fans of Hello Kitty or you like her yourself, be sure, you will like Hong Kong.