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One of the world’s most colourful celebrations – Chinese New Year (also known as Spring Festival) – kicks off on January 31st and carries on until the 15th day of the first lunar month (Lantern Festival). This year marks the Year of the Horse…
Dubai welcomed 2014 with a bang – 500,000 bangs to be precise – on New Year’s Eve, breaking a world record in the process.
New Year’s Eve is a time to bring in the new year with pomp and pageantry, dazzling fireworks, resolutions and good wishes galore. But which iconic city around the world has the best celebrations? We pick out five of the most spectacular New Year’s Eve events.
Visitors to Hong Kong’s Victoria Park will be able to marvel at a new mega lantern sculpture made from 7,000 recycled plastic bottles.
Flight Centre is holding a FLASH SALE. This time it’s a return flight to Hong Kong from Gatwick for £399 per person including all taxes and fees.
Bring in Chinese New Year on an 11-night holiday in Hong Kong and Vietnam from £1,835 per person.
An estimated 11,000 tourists and 2,700 residents have been stranded in rural areas of mainland China, after Typhoon Vicente hit areas in Hong Kong and southwest China late on Monday.
One of the world’s most colourful celebrations – Chinese New Year (also known as Spring Festival) – kicks off on January 23rd and carries on until the 15th day of the first lunar month (Lantern Festival).
The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) is presenting a display of five colourful dragons in London as part of an initiative to highlight the city's appeal as a travel destination.
People with an interest in marine wildlife should have no trouble finding things to do in Hong Kong this year, following the recent opening of the Aqua City attraction at Ocean Park.
Hong Kong has restaurants, and bars, and places to shop till you drop to match any city in the world.
People looking for holiday ideas in Hong Kong will be blown away by the city's range of food, according the city's tourism organisation.
What's on this weekend in the UK: 3-4 July 2010
If you're looking for things to do in Hong Kong how about an afternoon cruise with dim sum lunch to an off-the-beaten-track historic attraction? It's one of Hong Kong's best kept secrets.
Lauren Nelson is a Boston University graduate from the "small American city" of Woburn, Massachusetts.
At times all you want from a short break in Hong Kong is to embrace the frenetic excitement of the streets and revel in the electric nightlife.
Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong's long standing co-title sponsor of the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens, is giving Rugby fans the chance to win tickets to the 2011 tournament held in March.
Romance thrives in the hot buzz of Hong Kong's skyscrapers, shopping, and gorging with your special someone.
Travel in 2010 is going to be all about value and how much holiday experience bang you can get for your buck.
Experience the romantic allure of the Orient, with a cruise on the majestic Costa Classica.
Holidaymakers are invited to Asia to enjoy the excitement of the Hong Kong International Races, with Cathay Pacific offering a number of special travel packages.
The famous Sin City is more associated with some of the darker arts, but from next year Las Vegas will be added to the IRB Rugby Sevens World Series.
On offer with this last minute deal is a fantastic journey into the Middle Kingdom.
Indian carrier Jet Airways has confirmed it will launch a new departure from Delhi to Hong Kong later this week.
A new bar with an 'Old China' has opened in Hong Kong's Wyndham Street, offering visitors a sophisticated space for casual drinking and cocktail sipping.