BaseHall is a Hong Kong food hall located in the basement of Jardine House, one of Hong Kong's most iconic office buildings. There are 10 food and beverage outlets. In addition, a live DJ spins discs. And there is an uncommon commitment to sustainability.
If drinking tea is a Chinese tradition, afternoon tea in Hong Kong has its roots in Britain. Afternoon tea is a light meal served in the late afternoon. Many mass-market cafes and chain restaurants serve set teas between lunch and dinner.
Bamboo Thai is the latest restaurant to open at Langham Place, an upscale shopping mall in Kowloon's colourful Mongkok district. It serves a mouth-watering menu of classic Thai dishes in contemporary surroundings. It occupies the space vacated Made in Hong Kong.
Four Kowloon restaurants offer takeaway menus. Diners can call in their orders, pick them up, and consume them at home. Choices range from fine-dining Chinese fare to comfort food, bar bites, and signature cocktails. Containers are biodegradable and environmentally friendly. Where to Eat in Hong Kong Cordis, Hong Kong, has launched takeaway services from its …
Regal Oriental Hotel is hosting travelers arriving at Hong Kong International Airport while they await their Covid-19 test results. Regular hotel guests have been moved to other properties. And the hotel's food and beverage outlets are temporarily closed.
Year of the Rat is the first sign in the Chinese Zodiac, making Chinese New Year this year Double Happiness for Disney fans! With everyone's favourite mice - Mickey and Minnie Mouse - in the spotlight, what's up at the Happiest Place in Hong Kong during the festive season?
Is November a good time to visit Hong Kong? The weather tends to be mild, with low humidity, making it the perfect time for outdoor activities. However, be aware that civil unrest might cause events to be canceled. Also, there might be transport disruptions.
Centurion Lounge at Hong Kong International Airport is one of several Centurion Lounges offering peaceful spots for American Express cardholders to eat, drink, and relax before and between flights. And more airport lounges are planned!
Is Hong Kong safe for tourists? Millions of people have marched in the streets, a general strike has caused transport chaos, flights have been canceled, and thugs have attacked passengers at an MTR station. Check out what key governments are advising their nationals.
Momentum is building for a General Strike to protest an extradition bill that has thrown Hong Kong into its biggest political crisis since bloody riots swept the then British Crown Colony in 1967. Will protesters disrupt trains to give workers an excuse not to show up for work?