Tag : Hong Kong

Sweet Summery Treats

Sweet Summery Treats

Craving something sweet? We’ve rounded up the best spots for ice cream, gelato, sorbet and sno-bliz from San Francisco to Singapore. Al’s Diner – Shanghai Summer temperatures regularly top 40°C (100°F) in Shanghai. When coupled with the accompanying humidity, it’s all HUNT Shanghai writer Sophie Friedman can do to crawl…

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48 Hours in Hong Kong

48 Hours in Hong Kong

From admiring the soaring skyscrapers to strolling in historic streets, from discovering galleries and unique boutiques to lazing on a junk boat, different things await you every day in Hong Kong. By day follow hiking trails that lead to white sandy beaches, villages on stilts or ancient monasteries, and by…

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Panoramic Dining in Hong Kong.

Panoramic Dining in Hong Kong.

Not lacking in the gorgeous waterfront department, Hong Kong boasts many restaurants and bars that provide a winning blend of great food, killer drinks and amazing panoramic views. But these five are The HUNT Hong Kong writer, Grace Entry‘s, picks for a fantastic, sparkling night out. Right in the heart of…

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The Hippest Boutique Stays in Asia Pacific

The Hippest Boutique Stays in Asia Pacific

If you’re anything like the team at The HUNT Guides, when you go on vacation, you don’t spend much time in your hotel room – there’s just too much to see, do and taste! That said, there are few things better than retiring to your room after a long day…

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Meeting MISCHA – An interview with Michelle Lai

Meeting MISCHA – An interview with Michelle Lai

Michelle Lai’s eponymous bag label MISCHA began as a hobby which swiftly grew into a full time gig and then some. From her handmade, one-of-a-kind clutches made from vintage Japanese obis and kimonos to her ultra-stylish totes in a signature print, this gal has bagged herself (ahem, excuse the pun)…

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MOVEMBER – FACIAL ATTRACTION

MOVEMBER – FACIAL ATTRACTION

So we’ve hit the landmark mid-way point in Movember, and in case you’ve been living under a rock or in Timbuktu, you’ll probably have noticed an increase of furry faces on the streets… No, it’s not Burt Reynolds tribute month, it’s all in aid of men’s health and raising awareness…

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Unique Interior Shops Around the World

Unique Interior Shops Around the World

There’s nothing better than sitting down with a cup of tea, sipped in that one-of-a-kind antique porcelain cup from a Parisian flea market, and reminiscing over langorous days enjoying multiple croissants and café au laits. Or snuggling up on the couch, reclining against those well-worn Ikat-print cushions, bought for a song…

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RONIN

RONIN

Canadian-born Matt Abergel has had Hong Kong’s foodies in a frenzy since launching Yardbird two years ago. They found success and critical acclaim with brilliantly simple chicken-only yakitori with a twist, in their stark, loud, sceney, Brooklyn-esque venue on Bridges street, which instantly became the hottest table in town. Now…

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