Hong kong cafe

Discover mouthwatering Hong Kong cafe recipes that you can easily recreate in your own kitchen. Indulge in the flavors of Hong Kong with these delectable dishes.
Hong Kong Travel Guide - Someform Hong Kong, Inspiration, Hong Kong Travel Guide, Hong Kong Travel, Hong Kong Resorts, Hong Kong Restaurant, Hong Kong Beaches, Hong Kong Cafe, Hongkong Restaurant

A few weekends ago, I took my second whirlwind trip to Hong Kong and I’ve seriously fallen in love with this vibrant city. A truly multicultural and bustling place, you can find everything here; all jam-packed into a condensed and easily accessible area. A jungle of apartment blocks, full of color, characters and contradictions; the city has an incredible energy which made me feel revitalized and inspired. Here’s a guide to some of my favorites in and around Central! See Man Mo Temple (文武廟)…

Interior, Hong Kong, Exterior, Hong Kong Food, Hong Kong Street Food, Hong Kong Cafe, Hongkong Restaurant, Hong Kong Travel, Chinese Restaurant

Hong Kong is the destination for all foodies around the world. It offers everything from street food on the roadside to gourmet at Michelin three-star restaurants. So what should you eat in the greatest food city? I'll show you around the city's classic and contemporary Cantonese food, Cha Chaan Teng, bars and more.

M'nie Mild-Lm
an Instagram guide to Hong Kong: 18 of the coolest photo spots in Hong Kong + a map to get you there — silly.little.kiwi Travel, Instagram, Rc Lens, Inspiration, China, Vintage, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Travel Photography, Hong Kong Travel

It’s true. The architecture of the city lends itself fully to the hard-line, concrete-crazed aesthetics urban photographers pine for. However, it’s not all residential basketball courts and contemporary views in HK. Oh, not at all. Hong Kong offers something for everyone to visually feast on.

10 most Instagrammable cafés in Hong Kong - Hashtag Legend Layout, Macau, Design, Trips, Hong Kong, Instagram, Hong Kong Cafe, Restaurant, Hong Kong Travel

Dating all the way back to the 18th century, cafes were “coffeehouses” where people would meet to debate and do business. In today’s Insta-age? People will literally flock to any cafe if they think it’ll make a good picture. Luckily, Hong Kong actually takes its coffee quite seriously, which is why we’re home to so...

Mariah Landry
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If you think of gin and tonic as a nothing-special default cocktail, Ping Pong 129 Gintonería, across from exit B2 of the Sai Ying Pun station, just might change your mind. In a cavernous subterranean ex−ping-pong training center that’s been given an artsy but raw makeover, you can deep dive into an impressive array of small-batch gins and, yes, tonics from around the world. By Janice Leung Hayes. This appeared in the May/June 2016 issue.

Wong Tean Zheng