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Top Tips for Visiting Victoria Peak

November 20, 2020

Victoria Peak (or just “The Peak”) is one of Hong Kong’s most prominent tourist highlights, and a must-visit destination for visitors and locals alike. Towering over Hong Kong at 552 metres above sea level, people have been flocking to its summit for decades to capture one of the world’s most awe-inspiring cityscapes from Hong Kong […]

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The Best Hong Kong Christmas Events 2020

November 16, 2020

Here’s our pick of 2020’s Hong Kong Christmas Festive Fun and Events. Our list is a little different to last year’s as many of the usual events have been cancelled or scaled back. Nevertheless, we have family friendly events, Christmas markets, charity fundraisers and also tips on where to buy your all important Christmas tree. […]

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Armchair Travel: Macau Bookshelf

November 3, 2020

If you’re looking for books about, or set in Macau, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll be honest, this has been a tough list to pull together as relatively little has been written about Macau in English. Nevertheless, here are our top recommendations. This post contains some affiliate links. Should you click through and […]

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Hong Kong Quests: A New Way to Explore the City

October 26, 2020

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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Armchair Travel: Hong Kong Coffee Table Books

October 20, 2020

Although we’d prefer to show you around Hong Kong in person, it’s simply not possible right now. For the moment, the only way to travel to here is from your armchair. So, if you are hankering for Hong Kong, why not treat yourself, or gift a friend one of these ‘tickets’ to our fair city. […]

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How to Count on one Hand in Hong Kong

October 14, 2020

When you’re abroad and don’t speak a language, you may have to rely on pointing, smiling, body language and gestures to get by. Although not foolproof, pantomiming can be a surprisingly effective way of communicating. Nevertheless, even innocent gestures can get lost in translation causing confusion, embarrassment or even offense. Can you imagine that  something […]

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How To Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival In Hong Kong

September 25, 2020

You may have heard of Mid-Autumn Festival, but what exactly is it and how is it celebrated in Hong Kong? In this guide, we’ll take a look at the origins of the festival and why it continues to be important to this day. When is Mid-Autumn Festival? Always coinciding with the full moon on the […]

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Top Ten Parks In Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Greeters Guide

September 7, 2020

It may come as some surprise to those familiar with Hong Kong’s famously frenetic bustle, but Hong Kong is home to some truly exceptional public parks. Perfect for whiling away a few hours, we’ve picked out ten of our favourite spots – all of which offering something a little bit different. So, whether you’re looking for a dose of […]

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Hong Kong Greeters Receives Tripadvisor 2020 Travellers’ Choice Award

August 27, 2020

Every year Tripadvisor takes stock of which tourism providers have consistently racked up excellent reviews from travellers across the globe. Subsequently, they distribute the Travellers’ Choice Awards to the experiences, restaurants, attractions and accommodations that have dependably been rated to be in the top 10% of providers. Having attained certificates of excellence every year since […]

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Explore Hong Kong After Dark

July 17, 2020

Hong Kong after dark offers so many fantastic options for nighttime outings and entertainment. Once the temples, museums and other tourist spots wind down for the day you need a different checklist. Here is our top pick of things to do when the sun goes down. Whether your looking for a bite to eat, a […]

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