A writer goes in search of the city beloved in the cinema of its greatest filmmaker, Wong Kar-Wai.
As protests in this Asian megacity stretch into their fourth month, here’s how tourism is being affected.
Short drives and ferry rides from the city are portals to hiking trails, UNESCO parks—and a pirate's cave.
Sunny days and monsoon showers do not take away from the festivities and charm of the port city. | By Eric Rosen.
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Temples allow shoes and there are really no dress restrictions either. Faith here has been subsumed into its general way of life.
The city's buildings and cemeteries still tell the story of how it tried hard to defend itself during the Second World War.
A Cantonese Opera where costumes are dramatic, make-up bold and plots twisted.
Make the most of your time in the Asian powerhouse. Sponsored by Hong Kong Tourism Board.
Temple time, cable car rides, and soaks in sake baths and green tea pools. | By Anjana Vaswani & Kamala Thiagarajan