Category: hong kong

8 Things to Do Alone in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a small fishing village full of busy ports, tall buildings, and one of the most important economic and financial centers. With a good sense of modernization, it has several market segments in technology, entertainment, lifestyle, and transportation.

Besides, shopping in Hong Kong is also famous for its many shopping malls and markets. Hong Kong is also becoming popular among tourists. It has become a tourist destination in the modern world because the growing number of attractions in Hong Kong has had a charismatic effect on travelers.

Its beauty and architectural design are truly unique. The hotels here are also well prepared for accommodation, therefore, in all respects. Hong Kong fully supports tourists. Here are some of the things to do alone in Hong Kong!

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Less than 100 Reasons Why You Should Think Twice Before Begpacking in Asia

There was this article that has been shared for way too many times on the travelers’ group lately, and it is the one about Bali reporting begpackers to their embassies.

Look, I know I’m some kind of a failed Indonesian as I’ve never been to Bali before. However, I’ve seen this begpacker phenomenon a few times in Bangkok and Hong Kong. I don’t know though, there’s probably somewhere else that I’ve been where there were also begpackers. But at the time, I wasn’t familiar with what begpacker is.

However, I remember I was curious about why so many white street musicians around Tsim Sha Tsui when I was about to see Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade. It was only a few minutes when I saw some hippies spreading a floor mat and taking out some stuff from their traveling printout pics to even their friendship bracelet whatever.

I was amused and annoyed at the same time. And let me speak for myself, as a traveler holding a weak passport like the Indonesian one. Frankly speaking, if I were to do the same thing as they did in their country, I would be deported in no time.

But life isn’t always fair, so the only thing I could do about it is to spread the awareness on why you should think twice before deciding to begpack around Asia. This especially applies in the less developed countries like those in Southeast Asia region.

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Review: Lhamour Mongolia Charcoal and Pine Tar Soap

If you read the last post on Around The World With The Beauties, you may be familiar with Lhamour Mongolia already. As I mentioned in the post, I actually got some other products from Lhamour that I’m still yet to try. And the new one that I just initially tried is their soap bar.

At first, I wasn’t so sure whether the soap was actually used for body or face. But then as I read their official website and I found that we can also use it for our face, I tried it as the facial wash instead.

My consideration is the ingredients with activated charcoal that it seems to be effective for oily and acne-prone skin. And lately, I got some problem with acne on my face too. I figure, maybe it’s the best time to try. Especially now that I’m so obsessed with any organic beauty products!

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Best Places to Visit in Asia

Asia is a continent that is flourishing at present. In terms of tourism, Asia has a lot to offer. Although keep in mind to be a responsible traveler in Asia for so many reasons. 

From the romance of Bali to the vibrancy of Bangkok, Asia is filled to the brim with personality. Moreover, what is so great about this continent is the fact that there is something for everybody.

Each location has something different to offer. Keeping that in mind, read on to discover more information about the best places to visit in Asia, the top attractions, and the best cities for street food…

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What You Could Get in Hong Kong for $10 – Breakfast Like A Local and Get In A Sightseeing Tour!

Hi everyone,

Finally I’m back after I wrapped up Asian Games as a part of the committee. And the first post on What You Could Get in the City for $10 series after Asian Games, we’re going to one of the special administrative in Asia who has got their own NOC (National Olympic Committee): Hong Kong! 😀

I mean, I’ve been to Hong Kong before but it was a few months before I started this blog so I didn’t get a chance to experience it myself and suggest you from the firsthand about how to spend your $10 in the city.

But, thanks to Winnie from MillionDollarWinnie, she is covering things and activities you can do or buy with your Hamilton bill. So, how could you spend your $10 in Hong Kong? 😀

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