In ASIA, TRAVEL

Lunar New Year is one of the most important times in Asian culture. It’s the official start of spring and it’s a time for families to get together and celebrate. So of course, I’m running away from my family to a different continent.

I’ve teamed up with Tastemade to explore Lunar New Year traditions in East Asia. Our first stop is Hong Kong! Here are some of the hotels, restaurants, and activities featured in the episode.

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Where to stay

OZO Wesley Hong Kong (Wan Chai)
Sheraton Hotel & Towers
 (Tsim Tsa Tsui)
W Hong Kong (Kowloon)

Where to eat

Tim Ho Wan
Tsui Wah
Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine
Cuisine Cuisine at The Mira Hotel
Social Place

Lunar New Year activities

Flower Market in Victoria Park
Cathay Pacific Night Parade
Fireworks in Victoria Bay
Horse Races in Sha Tin

Plan your next visit

From Instagram

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McDonald's here has a chicken sandwich that also has a hashbrown in it. Judge me all you want.

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Gold leaf shrimp dumpling. My net worth just went up @tastemade #goldpoops

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Truffle shiitake buns, shaped like mushrooms. Life. Changing. #dimsum

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You know what those clouds mean @tastemade #MadeInTheMoment #discoverhongkong

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Oh my god, we're back again~

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gunnarolla
Music & video producer, world traveller. Five years ago, I quit my job to focus on my art and travel the world. It's not always easy, but it is always worth it.
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