Think of it as an opportunity to take a holiday from all your stuff.
Imagine travelling around the world for a full year with a single carry-on bag.
Well, that's exactly what Diane Redfern did. The B.C.-based founder of Connecting Solo Travel Network...Read More»
It only gets worse as we age. Here, expert tips for keeping jet lag at bay.
Studies suggest that people over 50 have more trouble with time zone changes. Symptoms include sleep disruption, cognitive impairment, headaches and digestive...Read More»
We love food: the tastes, the aromas, the textures, the flavours. And one of the most diverse places to experience food, from the street right up to the...Read More»
Enter the Dragon: How to channel your inner grasshopper in Hong Kong.
In the bustling Kowloon neighbourhood of Mong Kok, there are polar opposites: Newer...Read More»
Where to eat in Hong Kong? Why not start with a Hong Kong-born, Toronto-raised chef Vicky Cheng's VEA restaurant and lounge.
The 30th floor restaurant on...Read More»
No need for first timers to feel intimidated by the 'Pearl of the Orient.'
Newcomers to Hong Kong will want to see everything and if you plan well,...Read More»
Talk about tasty travels! We're seeing (Michelin) stars in Hong Kong. Here, our list of Dim Sum three ways.
Hong Kong is known for many things: its...Read More»
Have you ever dreamed of going on a 5-day all-inclusive culinary trip of a lifetime to Hong Kong? Well, one very lucky Canadian social media influencer,...Read More»
Are the stone walls along the steep back streets of Hong Kong really held up by the jungle like roots that cover them?
Is there really still a temple...Read More»
It's not the weekend, but it might as well be. The guys and gals are in the mood to party and the champagne is flowing freely.
And what's not to...Read More»
Where to Hike in Hong Kong? Enter the Dragon. Well, actually, Dragon's Back. It's one of Hong Kong's hiking trails, and was recently voted as one in "10...Read More»