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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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2020 Travellers Choice Hong Kong Greeters

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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Afternoon Tea vs High Tea

Afternoon Tea versus High Tea

June 4, 2020

In the 18th century, tea was one of the most valuable imports from China into Britain. So much so, that over 2lbs of the substance was consumed on average by every Brit during this time (almost 1 kilogram). Britain paid the Chinese £26 million in silver from 1710-1760, because there were very few other British […]

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The Hong Kong Greeters Guide To Repulse Bay

May 26, 2020

Known for its gorgeous sandy beach and fabulous, Millionaires Row housing, Repulse Bay is one of the best beaches on the Southside, and the place to be for a taste of Hong Kong’s high life. But away from the glitzy pads and luxury yachts, you’ll also find some truly fascinating history and vibrant Cantonese culture… […]

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COVID-19 Update for Hong Kong

April 10, 2020

The Current Situation – September 2020 Firstly, we hope you are all safe and well and dealing with the current global crisis in the best way that you possibly can. There isn’t a corner of the populated world that has remained unaffected by this new virus and the new normal of staying inside is going […]

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Why YOU Need a Hong Kong Private Guide

February 14, 2020

Here’s how booking a Hong Kong private guide can help you make the most of your stay in our fabulous city. Most visitors only have a short window to sight see.  There is so much to see and do and never enough time. The Advantages of Booking a Private Tour Guide 1. Save Time and […]

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Hong Kong Celebrates Year of the Rat

January 24, 2020

The Year of the Rat is upon us. Year of Rat We are about to welcome in the Chinese New Year and this will be the Year of the Rat. In Chinese culture there is a different calendar to the January to December one that you may be used to. The Chinese lunar calendar is […]

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Hong Kong vs Macau Egg Tart

Hong Kong Egg Tart vs Macau Egg Tart

January 17, 2020

The Hong Kong egg tart and the Macau egg tart are both famous in their own right. Superficially, they are pretty similar, but the devil is in the detail. There’s nothing like a bit of friendly rivalry, which is exactly what we have in this corner of the world when it comes to the egg […]

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