Hong Kong is a busy city filled with extremely stressed people in a hurry to be busy somewhere else. If we allow ourselves to get caught up in all of this, we’ll burn out before we even know it. Here are a few cheap and easy ways to keep your cool in the midst of…
It’s time to get beeping. The HKSAR government is subsidizing 25% of our eligible transportation costs each month, but only if you use an Octopus card.
I asked for affordable quality coffee in Hong Kong, and here’s a list of recommendations from YOU!
It’s almost the Year of the Pig! To help you navigate through the festivities this Chinese New Year (CNY), I’ve put together a handy guide for you to help you get involved without stepping on any toes.
Hong Kong is an expensive city, where we often compromise quality for price, or the other way around when we’re looking for a good time out.
Welcome to Holy Eats where they have it all – from great Happy Hour deals to affordable quality food, and a guaranteed fun night out.
We all say Hong Kong is heaven for food and shopping. One of the locals’ favorite cuisine type is the hot pot. With many Asian cultures having their own take on hot pot, we’re going to break it down for you.
To tip or not to tip? How much to tip? Unlike many parts of the world, a service fee is automatically added to the bill in Hong Kong. Depending on where you are, you should probably still add a tip!