I thought I had seen it all, but I clearly had not - there are still a few museums on my to do list (especially after reading the Hong Kong guide for kids). One of the museums I never knew existed was the Hong Kong Racing Museum. As the name implies, it is in Happy… Continue reading Hong Kong Racing Museum
I've been visiting the Maritime Museum several times since it moved to the very convenient central location next to the Star Ferry. I really enjoy their exhibition - and I had fun visiting their current special exhibition called 'Made in Hong Kong'. This exhibition is all about what makes Hong Kong unique - and it… Continue reading Hong Kong Maritime Museum: Made in Hong Kong
I really enjoy visiting museums in Hong Kong - not only are they very affordable (some are completely free of charge, others just cost 10-20 HKD per person) but they also put great exhibitions on display. This time I visited the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware in the Hong Kong Park. The museum puts… Continue reading Art exhibition: From Soya Bean Milk to Puer Tea at the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
While we were in Tai Koo (and ate at Toast Box...) we decided to visit the Fireboat Alexander Grantham. This might not be your typical sight to visit in Hong Kong, but it is actually I really nice exhibit that is (1) free of charge (2) easy to access from an MTR station and (3)… Continue reading Fireboat Alexander Grantham
After visiting the St. Stephen's College Heritage Trail we crossed the street to the Hong Kong Correctional Services Museum. This free-entry, two-floor museum showcases 170 years of crime and punishment in Hong Kong. It traces the transformation of the Hong Kong penal system from the original punishment-as-a-deterrent model to the current approach that promotes rehabilitation.… Continue reading Hong Kong Correctional Services Museum
Of course, we also visited the famous National Palace Museum in Taipei - which is probably one of the top two sightseeing destinations (together with Taipei 101) in the city. Everyone goes there to see the largest collection of priceless Chinese artefacts and artwork in the world, including ancient bronze castings, calligraphy, scroll paintings, porcelain,… Continue reading Taipei: National Palace Museum
Ok, so after my blog post on what to do in Kowloon when it rains it's just logical to suggest a few things to do on a wet day on the Island. You could start your day with some Dim Sum to share with friends or family. My personal favourite is North Garden (Address: 1-3/F… Continue reading What to do on a rainy day on Hong Kong Island?