If spending Christmas in Europe sounds too expensive or too far to go, then why not spend it in Asia? KKday sorts out the Asian Christmas hotspots for you, featuring, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand and Taiwan! Looking forward to Christmas as much as us yet? #1 Japan – Tokyo Christmas Lights Yoyogi Park Ao
(Shutter Monkey) Hong Kong is a kaleidoscope of all things great. Food, fashion, entertainment, culture, commerce, architecture — you name it, Hong Kong has it. Crowned as Land of Dim Sum, Hong Kong is home to the world’s best Chinese food, a couple of which are also found in Singapore — except Hong Kong does it better. Follow KKday
With Halloween around the corner, why not get into the spirit of things with a trip to one of the most haunted hotels in Asia? We not just talking themed hotels or Transylvania wannabes either, the following 5 hotels are said to be genuinely haunted, but you don’t believe in that stuff….. do you? 1.
Photo credit: Flickr / Barbara Willi Hong Kong is, without doubt, one of the most expensive cities. Even if you get your air tickets on sale, you may still feel the pinch on your Hong Kong vacation, but did you know that there’s more to Hong Kong than just Disneyland and Ocean Park? From exploring
Hong Kong has so much to offer it’s visitors including fantastic shopping! If you’re looking for top brands, the latest fashion or superb bargains you’ve come to the right place, that’s for sure. Don’t fret if you’re unfamiliar with the best places to shop in Hong Kong, KKday gives you some insider’s tips on the best
Mango Tofu Pudding at Honeymoon Dessert (Flickr/ Karendotcom127) We all know Hong Kong is a food paradise, but did you know that it’s a dessert heaven too? KKday shows you the different desserts Hong Kong has to offer from the traditional to the hot and cold ones. Mango Pomelo Dessert (Flickr/ liminchiu) 1. Every bowl
Due to it’s proximity to Singapore and constant flight promotions from various airlines, Hong Kong is naturally one of the most popular destinations for Singaporeans. However, there’s one problem – most of the menus in Hong Kong’s Cha Chaan Teng are written in traditional Chinese, causing confusion for even Singaporean Chinese who are, at best,