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From Red to Blue: A Colourful Guide to taking a Hong Kong Taxi

March 10, 2023

You can’t miss Hong Kong’s taxis. They are colourful, inexpensive and iconic. Whether you’re a local or a tourist, taking a taxi in Hong Kong can be a fun and convenient experience. London has its bulky black cabs, New York has zingy yellow ones, but Hong Kong’s taxis come in three bright shades: red, green […]

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Chinese New Year in Hong Kong

January 3, 2023

It’s that time of year again! We are preparing for an early Lunar New Year, observed from 22nd January – 25th January 2023. We will be saying goodbye to the Year of the Water Tiger, and welcoming in the Water Rabbit. (Of particular importance to this tour guide as her eldest will complete his first 12-year […]

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Hong Kong Milk Tea vs Taiwan Bubble Tea: Same same or different?

April 19, 2022

What exactly in the cup and where did it come from?

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The Hong Kong Greeters Guide To The Tsim Sha Tsui Waterfront

March 29, 2022

Our guide to the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront promenade starts and ends in Central and is bookended by ferry crossings. Tsim Sha Tsui offers the ideal viewing point to soak up those stellar views of Hong Kong’s iconic skyline completely free of charge, with plenty of other attractions along the way. Enjoy a leisurely stroll […]

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Let’s Find Hong Kong’s Pink Dolphins

November 27, 2021

Hong Kong’s pink dolphins are rare and endangered. Certainly, it’s a privilege to be able to observe them in their natural habitat. So, we were sad to hear that Hong Kong’s only ecological dolphin watching organisation, DolphinWatch, needed to temporarily halt operations due to pandemic restrictions. Then we got to thinking, that maybe we could […]

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Host, roast & toast onboard a Christmas cruise!

November 22, 2021

Join us for a Christmas harbour cruise this season onboard the LazyDays Junk. Enjoy the first-class¬†experience¬†which includes a 30-person capacity, plenty of indoor space and their delectable festive food and drinks menu. This 4-hour free-flow voyage is HK $790* per person. You can expect a full festive set menu, which includes roasting your turkey freshly […]

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Hong Kong Quests: A New Way to Explore the City

October 26, 2021

Introducing Hong Kong Quests, Hong Kong Greeters’ new way to explore! We’ve been wondering how we can still help you explore Hong Kong during a global pandemic and have been racking our brains at Hong Kong Greeters HQ to come up with some new and pandemic-proof outings. We’re delighted to announce that we are ready […]

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Discover the Best Macau Gifts and Macau Souvenirs

May 13, 2021

Despite being a small place, it can be difficult to work out where to buy the best Macau gifts and souvenirs. Overview of Macau Shopping In the touristy historic centre, you’ll find plenty of shops and stalls selling inexpensive items such as magnets, postcards, t-shirts and other trinkets. Meanwhile, glossy malls house plenty of international […]

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Discover Hong Kong’s Stained Glass Windows

April 8, 2021

If you know where to look, Hong Kong boasts several unique and beautiful stained glass windows, some of them in the most unexpected of places, including historic buildings, places of worship, a bank, an abandoned island, shopping malls and restaurants. Our top three picks are Haw Par Mansion, Standard Chartered Bank and Yim Tin Tsai, […]

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Follow the Bruce Lee Way in Hong Kong

March 23, 2021

Bruce Lee is one of Hong Kong’s most famous sons and many visitors to Hong Kong are keen to follow the Bruce Lee Way. Despite his lasting worldwide fame as Kung Fu film star, it can be difficult as there are few reminders left in Hong Kong even though he grew up here. However, we’ve […]

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