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Where to do Tai Chi in Hong KongDeveloped many centuries ago Tai Chi is enduringly popular across China. And Hong Kong is no exception, with locals performing the graceful choreographed moves in outdoor spaces and urban retreats across the city. Believed to balance the body’s yin and yang, benefiting both body and mind, many of the city’s denizens practice this ancient martial art for their health as well as for relaxation.

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Hong Kong’s Kwun Tong districtAcross Victoria Harbour from Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula usually attracts visitors for its shopping, but there’s another reason to make the trip across the water. Situated in the east of Kowloon Peninsula, the Kwun Tong neighbourhood of Hong Kong stretches from the forested hillside and rocky outcrop of Lion Rock in the north, to Lei Yue Mun channel in the peninsula’s south.

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10 unmissable markets in Hong Kong

by ClaireBullen August - last edited September by Virgin-Atlantic

10 unmissable markets in Hong KongHong Kong is something of a shopper’s paradise…but not only for its high-end boutiques and many sprawling shopping malls. Whether you’re shopping for bamboo steamers or vintage cameras, seasonal fashion or jade pieces, these 10 markets in Hong Kong capture the sights, sounds (and even some of the smells) of this busy city.

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The best hotel suites in Hong Kong

by ClaireBullen July - last edited September

The Best Hotel Suites in Hong KongIn Hong Kong, a luxury suite goes a very long way. For starters, there are the panoramic views – many of the city’s top stays are set within vertiginous skyscrapers, providing jaw-dropping vantage points of Victoria Harbour, the Peak and that one-of-a-kind cityscape. From designer-brand interior touches to butlers on call and fabulous dining options, the best hotel suites in Hong Kong capture all the beauty and urbanity of this ineffable metropolis.

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Hong Kong’s best restaurants

by NatalieRobinson May 2015 - last edited October

Hong Kong’s Best Restaurants

You may think that feeding the rumbling stomachs of seven million foodies would be enough of a challenge for Hong Kong’s best restaurants, but that’s just the half of it. In a city that burns the candle at both ends and then sets fire to the middle too, hungry Hong Kongers expect to be able to sate their appetite wherever, whenever and however they choose.

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Celebrating Chinese New Year in Hong Kong

by NatalieRobinson January 2015 - last edited February

Celebrating Chinese New Year in Hong KongThe glitter's barely settled from 2016's Chinese New Year celebrations here in Hong Kong, where we welcomed in the Year of the Monkey with dragon dancers leaping through the streets and excited calls of 'Kung Hei Fat Choi' richocheting around the red and gold festooned skyscrapers. But it's never too early to get planning for the next one, and 2017's lunar festivities look to be as spectacular as ever. From the show-stopping annual parade to colourful flower markets, explosive fireworks to the legendary festival of wishes, Hong Kong certainly knows how to ring in the Chinese New Year with a bang. We've rounded up our top events in the city to make sure your Year of the Rooster gets off to a flying start...

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