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The Blogger Besties Are in Hong Kong for Camille Co's Bachelorette Weekend

They had a blast for #HereCamsTheBride!
The #BloggerBesties are in Hong Kong, and if you still haven’t guessed yet, it’s for Camille Co’s bachelorette weekend! The bride-to-be is joined with her best girls—Laureen Uy, Lissa Kahayon, Patricia Prieto, and sisters Vern and Verniece Enciso—for the first night of
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12 Michelin-Approved Restaurants in Hong Kong for Every Budget

It’s time to go on that Hong Kong food trip!
More than being a shopping mecca only two hours away from Manila, Hong Kong is also known for its vibrant culinary scene. It’s home to 134 restaurants listed in the 2019 Michelin Guide, which ranges from hole-in-the-wall eateries to fine dining establishments.
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Here’s the Best Time to See Cherry Blossoms This Year

Book your trips on these dates!
Got a trip planned in March or April? Then you're likely hoping to see—and take photos of and with—the cherry blossoms, we assume. What many travelers don’t realize, though, is that the cherry blossom season is fickle and usually lasts around just two
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This Hong Kong Campus Is Perfect if You Want to Study Fashion Abroad

Thinking about studying again?
Last week, we were treated to a visit to the Savannah College of Art and Design. The university, which specializes in creative careers like fashion design, animation, and photography, has four campuses located in Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta, Georgia; Hong Kong; and Lacoste,
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Watch Mari Jasmine Explore Hong Kong with Louis Vuitton

Let her take you sightseeing!
Splashing around in the rain wearing white knee-high Louis Vuitton boots? You can bet that Mari Jasmine's done it. Here, she stars in a fun, neon-lit tour of Hong Kong hand in hand with the legendary French label and director Sam Lee!
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13 New Things You Shouldn't Miss on Your Next Hong Kong Trip

Secret bars you've never heard of, a Swedish visual artist making her Asian debut, a month-long film festival, and more.
Hong Kong is always happening and the city never stays the same for long. While it's great to settle for tried-and-test favorites, why not dive into this dynamic city and sample something new?Newly opened establishments worth your attentionThose tired of the typical
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Here's What You Can Do With 48 Hours in Hong Kong

An itinerary for short but intense bursts of travel to a big and busy city.
Hong Kong. It's busy, fast-paced, and efficient. It's not a place for leisurely vacations or quiet contemplation. It's where you go when you want an itinerary bursting at the seams, nonstop activity, with rest reserved only when you're about to sleep. You've
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Hong Kong Is Hosting One of Asia's Biggest Fashion Events

See you at Centrestage 2017!
Hong Kong is back in the limelight as the city gets set to host the return of Centrestage 2017, a world-class fashion spectacle right in the beating heart of one of Asia's top fashion capitals!IMAGE Courtesy of Centrestage Hong KongA premier hub
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8 Asian Countries to Tick Off Your Bucket List This Year

Experience Asia to the fullest!
With summer here, you're probably already planning a trip to your favorite Asian country. Here are some adventurous things you can try while you'e on your family (or solo) vacay:A post shared by tag ?? #femmetravel (@femmetravel) on Mar 28, 2017 at
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Dolce & Gabbana Stages Its First Runway Show Outside Italy

The luxury fashion house just took a very, very long plane ride.
To be exact, 9,350 kilometers. IMAGE Luke Leitch/VogueSet in the hustle-bustle of busy Hong Kong, luxury label Dolce & Gabbana marked a twin set of firsts—its first runway outside of Italy (its home country), and its first ever co-ed catwalk!To further the
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4 Places in Hong Kong Serving the Cutest Dim Sum

Put these on your Instagram checklist, stat!
Planning to travel to Hong Kong any time soon? Satisfy your dim sum craving the most IG-worthy way possible! These spots in HK will surely get the job done:1. Yum ChaThe motherlode! They have pineapple tarts in bird cages, steamed sausage buns
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8 Instagram-Worthy Cafes In Hong Kong

Two words: Hello Kitty!
Need a break from checking out Hong Kong's hottest OOTD spots? Then make a quick stop at these cute cafés!1. J-Point CafésNearest MTR station: Yau Ma Tei2. Hello Kitty Secret GardenNearest MTR station: Central3. Via TokyoNearest MTR station: Causeway Bay4. Fatina & Cheto EAT & PLAYNearest MTR
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5 Spots for the Perfect #OOTD Shots in Hong Kong

Discover their colorful murals and beautiful architecture!
Hong Kong is mostly known for its night markets and shopping districts. Tourists flock to cute cafes and clothing stores just to get the most insta-worthy photos, but locals secretly gravitate more toward murals and architecture. Discover some of their favorite spots
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3 Less Touristy Things to Try in Hong Kong

Yes, there’s more to it than its luxury shopping and tall skyscrapers.
With Asia’s World City being roughly two hours away from Manila, it’s no surprise that Hong Kong is an easy hotspot for Filipinos. I mean, who wouldn’t want to take a few days to immerse in this bustling, yet brilliant city? However, every
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Victoria Beckham Opens Her First Store in Asia

And it's right in Hong Kong!
So if you've been a fan of Posh Spice's fashion line, we've got good news for you. Today marks the opening of her first brick and mortar store in Asia, Hong Kong to be exact. Together with the Joyce Group (if you're
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Hong Kong Citizens Wore Bras in Protest

"Breasts are not weapons."
(Photo via CNN.com)Hong Kong activists, including men, wore bras over their tops in a protest following the sentencing of 3o-year-old Ng Lai-yin "to three and a half months in prison for assaulting a police officer with her breast," CNN reports.The woman was
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The Backpack Brigade in Hong Kong

Street style in the capital city.
HONG KONG - As I made my way through the two shopping districts, I was welcomed by trendy locals walking the streets like it was their runway. Mong Kok and Causeway Bay walkers had their own senses of style, which were all