China

Nov 20, 2018• by Bigaltravelcompanion

Protecting Our Interest When Taking a Taxi In Hong Kong

You may feel somehow being being taken advantage by some taxi service in Hong Kong when traveling. Overcharging and refusal to pick up are common problems appearing in Hong Kong. For example, you...

Nov 15, 2018• by Bigaltravelcompanion

Local Taste in Hong Kong (tea restaurant)

When you want to taste real local food in Hong Kong, a place is extremely well known among locals and I highly recommend this place to you! Hope you can grab a seat there because the chances are Lan...

Nov 14, 2018• by Bigaltravelcompanion

The Hong Kong Housing Authority Exhibition Centre

You may reach Exhibition Centre of Hong Kong Housing Authority by taking KMB Bus No. 7 (Lok Fu direction) and land off Bus Stop (Metropark Hotel Kowloon, Waterloo Road). When heading back to Tsim Sha...

Nov 13, 2018• by Bigaltravelcompanion

Hong Kong annual Museum Pass

An annual Museum Pass issued by Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the local government in Hong Kong could be a money saving stuff for travelers, expatriates and exchange students. It was...

Nov 12, 2018• by Bigaltravelcompanion

Visiting Tsz Wan Shan (Temple Hill) in Kowloon, Hong Kong

Tsz Wan Shan (Temple Hill) is a district in Hong Kong located at the foothill of a mountain called Tsz Wan Shan (Temple Hill). There are two spots that may interest you. The first spot is Fat Jong...

Nov 11, 2018• by Bigaltravelcompanion

Getting help Inside a Hong Kong MTR Station

After riding on MTR trains, you will find MTR is the most convenient way to reach virtually everywhere in Hong Kong! Admittedly, MTR is not a perfect transportation mean but it is the quickest way to...

Nov 9, 2018• by Bigaltravelcompanion

Taking a minibus in Hong Kong

There is a world difference between Green Minibus and Red Minibus in Hong Kong. Some tourist may not know the difference. Green Minibus accept payments by cash or Octopus Card, whereas Red Minibus...

Nov 8, 2018• by Bigaltravelcompanion

Consumer protection when travelling in Hong Kong

Do you feel somehow being taken advantage by some shops in Hong Kong when traveling especially Ladies Street and Temple Street in Mong Kok? Ladies Street, Temple Street and Jade Market is very...

Nov 8, 2018• by Asia Undiscovered

What is the Best Section of The Great Wall?

If there is one thing China is known for its the Great Wall.  It’s one of the most famous places in the world. As few as 10 million and perhaps as many as 50 million people will visit the Great...

Nov 7, 2018• by Asia Undiscovered

How to Survive China When You Don't Speak Chinese

Are you planning a trip to China but can't speak Chinese? If you don't speak Chinese, and you're visiting large cities in China like Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou or Shenzhen, you don't need to worry....

Nov 7, 2018• by JackYangtze

Best Time to Cruise on the Yangtze River

One of the most asked question when booking a cruise on the Yangtze River is “What is the best time to cruise the Yangtze River?” Best time to cruise on the Yangzte River China is a vast...

Nov 7, 2018• by Bigaltravelcompanion

Visiting the Jardine Noonday Gun in Hong Kong

Jardine Noonday Gun is located at the coastline of Causeway Bay. There is an interesting story behind this gun. You can find out the interesting story on the brochure provided on site. How can we...

Nov 6, 2018• by Bigaltravelcompanion

A good eatery to feed your hunger in Hong Kong

When I pay a visit to Hong Kong Museum of History, I always love to have my lunch at City Cafe. City Cafe is operated by a charity organization which employ disabled people. I reckon that the food...

Jul 20, 2018• by LingoYes

Remembering the four Chinese tones

Many Chinese learning beginners can't remember the tones of Chinese characters and even don't know how to distinguish them. Here's the little tip for remembering better, four different tones can be...

Feb 17, 2018• by Clem

A Symphony of Lights, Hong Kong's light and sound show

The show starts everyday at 8:00pm and lasts around 15 minutes, the access is free. The best place to see it is the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade (MTR Tsim Sha Tsui), but it can get crowded. Be in...

Jan 30, 2018• by Clem

Avoiding crowds at Ruins of St. Paul in Macau

Since the Ruins of St. Paul are Macau's most popular attraction, it is often packed with tourists. A typical Saturday If you want to avoid the crowds, try not going: Between 9am and...

Jan 30, 2018• by Clem

Lou Lim Ieoc Garden in Macau

Only 15 minutes away from the Ruins of St. Paul by foot, Lou Lim Ieoc is a good little gateaway from Macau's casinos craziness. Park entrance gate You'll see plenty of bonsai, a few ponds,...

Jan 30, 2018• by Clem

Visiting Macau's casinos

Entrance to the casinos of Macau is free, just walk in! Macau's casinos lights at night Casinos are divided into 2 parts: The gambling area, you need to be 21 to enter (an ID can be...

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