Category Archive: Hong Kong

(Wk 27) Joy is…

… Learning!

Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong

(Wk 25) Joy is…

… Realizing that there is lots to discover in your own city!

Shek O headland, Hong Kong

(Wk 18) Joy is…

… Building sand castles at the beach!

Lantau island, Hong Kong

(Wk 14) Joy is…

… A long drive!

HK Island, Hong Kong

TST promenade in abstract

Abstract photographs use patterns, shapes, textures and colours, to create interest to draw in a viewer and are all about creativity rather than rules.
Here are some, from TST Promenade.

A meal full of surprises: Progressive Indian at Gaggan

I was pleasantly surprised when I came across the name of Gaggan – a Bangkok restaurant serving “Indian food reinvented with modern techniques”, which debuted at No. 17 on the Pellegrino World’s 50 Best restaurants list; and promptly marked it off as a bucket-list must-do.

Glimpses of Central

Street photography from Hong Kong

Reflections from Nan Lian and Chi Lin

In this tranquil oasis, the weight and worries of the urban jungle seem far away… perfect for a moment (or several) of reflection.

Rounding up the French Michelin star trail in HK

Review of Spoon, by Alain Ducasse at The Intercontinental, TST.

Discovering PoHo and the best masala chai in Hong Kong

Life in PoHo just seems to move more quietly, slowly and happily compared to the crazy city around it.

Dragon’s Back and lessons on what NOT to do when hiking in Hong Kong

Stunning views for relatively low effort – Dragon’s Back is a must-do hike in Hong Kong.

The Hong Kong Foodie tasting tour

Two Indians joined a motley crew consisting of tourists from Canada, Sweden, America and France, to delve into the local cuisine of Hong Kong.