Big fan of all things Asian. Put my money where my mouth is and have been living in Asia on an off since 2005 and loving it. Very keen on Cantonese and Sichuan cuisine.
Your best bet is probably Bishop Lei international house or some of the Sheung Wan hotels like butterfly on hollywood or iplus. If you are lucky you can get an IBIS room for about $100 but those run out fast. See More
I think the fondest memory has to be of traveling around the rice country in rural Japan. By rail from Tokyo up north to Niigata-ken. Places like ( Muikamachi, Sado, Koide). wonderful rice paddies, beautiful... See More
If you are over in Asia you would be hard pressed to find better skiing than in Japan. Nagano (Nagano - the site of winter olympics) but also the lesser-known (typically) the "Japanese Alps" - Echigo-Yuzawa Echigoyuzawa Station... See More
A lot of awesome places listed already - a shout out to Kau Kee Restaurantagain as its worth it - but of the new ones i would recommend Ho Lee Fook (its a funky fresh place at G/F, 1-5 Elgin Street, Central ) also queen... See More
Hi - I am flying almost literally halfway across the world to Houston for a few business meetings and back after 3 days. I would really appreciate any tips comfort and location wise. Budget wise would be good to fit under $350/night. Thanks! See More
I'd say why choose? Travel between the cities is easy and quick (50min flight/4hr train). You are better off visiting during the summer months (may-September really). The cities could not be more different - Moscow is a delightful is of the more traditional Russian... See More
The classic and easiest to visit is Luk Yu (Luk Yu Tea House & Restaurant) Try the goose - its quite something! But depending what you would like to get from your tea house experience I would suggest going to some of the more traditional dim sum... See More