Hong Kong Recommendations

Surprisingly often, people ask me for recommendations.  “Oh, a friend of mine is going to (insert name of city here).  Do you have any recommendations?”  Since I think the best way to explore a city is through the recommendations and experiences of people who know the city well, I spent some time this morning combining all of my entries from Hong Kong (along with a list of other favorite places that I didn’t have time to visit) into a Google Map.  Many thanks to the many friends whose recommendations and suggestions ended up on this list.

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0 thoughts on “Hong Kong Recommendations

  1. Ha, that’s very nice of you and a good idea. I already made a list based on your recommendations and retrieved your maps. This list plus maps now lives in my pocket notebook (so I don’t look too touristy when I need to look for directions). Do I understand you correctly that we can ask for more cities? How about … Taipei and Tokyo. *duck*

  2. Now if I can figure out a way to retire in the next 4 years, I can start my world tour! I think you would make a fantastic “secret shopper” – in restaurants!!

  3. So organized… I actually do the same for friends who want to visit LA for Asian food.  I just copy and past the e-mail over and over.

  4. @yang1815 – Too much fibre.@Wangium – Yeah, I realized after a while that since I was being asked so often, I should just keep Word docs that I can update as needed and copy and paste.  Bangkok, Tokyo, SF, Italy, Hong Kong… the list grows.@murisopsis – Well, I’ll try to keep the list growing so you have plenty of destinations by then.

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