Up Next || Hong Kong & Beijing


It has been sometime since we visited Asia, so we are taking off on an adventure over the Thanksgiving break to explore Hong Kong & Beijing. I think we are getting old, because we now only like to fly places that are direct with – no stops – no plane changes – no multiple immigration & customs – to deal with. And hence how we chose China as our next stop. Now we are onto figuring out: what to do: things & places to eat; where to sleep? So far I have started this list [and will add to it as I find stuff]:

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  • Yardbird beak to feet eating
  • China Club fun adventure
  • Blue Butcher looks like a great place to become a local
  • This place looks interesting for lunch
  • Looking for some ‘real’ local experiences from the old world ??
  • Maybe tick some places of this impressive list by E-ting
  • We made a Google Map of all the places we are tracking

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  • The Peak
  • The BIG Buddah
  • Spend an evening at the Horse Races
  • Day trip to Macau
  • Temple Street Night Market for the street food
  • Join a tour with Little Adventures in Hong Kong [3 peep max. $$$]
  • Big Foot Tours – Private tours with a custom itinerary.
  • J3 Tours – Private tours with an English Gentleman that has lived in Hong Kong for almost 40 years.

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HELP! What recommendations can you share from your personal Hong Kong or Beijing experiences? We would love to hear from you.


13 responses to Up Next || Hong Kong & Beijing

  1. positive energy

    If you have time you should make a trip to the outlying islands outside Hong Kong such as Cheung chau or Lamma island, ferry ride not more than USD 1! ITS A complete experience from Hong Kong. ..


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