Chinese New Year celebrations, Halloween bashes, arts and film festivals and sports tournaments - from the officially supported Mega Events Fund and "M" Mark Events, to ancient and quirky local festivities, Hong Kong's year-round calendar of happenings blends East and West, tradition and modernity.
Taoist temples and Edwardian edifices nestle between skyscrapers, people trade on international markets and light incense to bodhisattvas, vestiges of Chinese clan heritage and European colonial history sit side by side — discover the cultural contrasts that have shaped Hong Kong.
What to Eat in Hongkong
With 14,000 restaurants at your service in Hong Kong, where do you even start? Read on for a guide to the city’s not-to-be missed eating experiences. Whether Chinese, Asian or from farther afield, each bite is truly Hong Kong.If you want a ‘must-eat’ list for Hong Kong, look no further. From dim sum to milk tea, put at least some of the city’s renowned must-eats on your menu.
Where to Eat in Hongkong
As a compact city with more than 14,000 restaurants, Hong Kong could be described as a dining district in itself. Where to go? Culinary discoveries can be made just about anywhere in the city. However, check out these foodie neighbourhoods, where the business of cooking and eating really does take precedence to everything else. In a city so passionate about food and dining, there are a host of gourmet events, competitions and awards throughout the year. Check them out to compile your own personal guide to eating your way around Hong Kong. Very special places are in Aberdeen, Lan Kwai Fong and Murray House.