Voyagista likes to dine…. at LPW in Hong Kong

liberty private works hong kong

Liberty Private Works (LPW for those in the know) is a well-known and well-liked restaurant in Hong Kong especially for a couples night out…. and our wedding anniversary was a great opportunity for us to return to LPW. If you are passing through Hong Kong and have a special occasion to celebrate, this is the […]

Hong Kong’s Venice: Tai O from every angle

Tai o

In Hong Kong there are few vestiges of the architectural past that remain: they build, then demolish, then reconstruct…newer and higher. There are not many HK neighborhoods remaining where we can take a good look at the past but we have discovered at least one – here you can be transported back to the time […]

Saikung is little Thailand in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is not just an urban jungle – 70% of the land is actually countryside and 41% is national park land, and this is true since 1960! This makes Hong Kong one of the easiest big cities in the world for you to escape into nature. We recently went to one of our favourite […]

Chi Lin and Nan Lian: a different Hong Kong

I have often heard people say that once you have seen Victoria Peak there is not much more to see in Hong Kong. It’s not true and here are at least two reasons why –  the Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian garden, sitting next to each other, on the Kowloon side of Hong Kong. […]