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Located at the crossroads between the East and the West, Hong Kong is mainland China's richest city. Reflecting a harmonious combination of modernism with culture, it has become a choice destination for expatriation.

Nicknamed the "Pearl of the East", Hong Kong is a land of opportunities for expatriates thanks to its economic diversity and dynamism. It is also known to be the world's third financial hub.

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A dynamic, international city and meeting point for different cultures, Hong Kong is also one of the world’s leading financial centres and most diverse study destination. Cosmopolitan and a fusion of many cultures, it is also a shopper’s paradise and has great international cuisine, colourful nightlife, and vibrant festivals and fairs.

If you are planning a long-term stay in Hong Kong, you may want to bring your pets with you. The process of bringing your pets into Hong Kong is not complicated — provided you carefully follow all the rules and procedures. So make sure to be aware of all related conditions and formalities before arranging your pets’ travel.

Wondering what life is all about in Hong Kong? A mixture of old traditions, modernism and openness to other cultures, it’s a fascinating environment that you will enjoy exploring. Hong Kong is one of China’s special administrative regions, and it has been developing rapidly over the years. However, the city has also managed to preserve its unique cultural heritage: British influence and ancient Chinese traditions and customs are still an inseparable part of its inhabitants' everyday life.

Hong Kong is notorious for its fast-paced lifestyle and innate “workaholism”. But, despite that, the city also knows how to have fun perfectly exemplifying the “work hard, play hard” lifestyle. So, if you are wondering how to occupy yourself after a long working day, read on and find out more about the wide selection of leisure activities in Hong Kong.

Staying fit in Hong Kong will definitely not be a problem (that is, if you manage to get a break from the city’s notoriously hectic working schedules). Hong Kong has a well-developed infrastructure including stadiums, gyms, tracks, trails, etc.. All you need is to set aside a few hours of free time and check out the best places to indulge in your favourite sport.

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Expat Getaways

2 years ago

Expat Getaways is a travel blog full of itineraries for trips that we have taken from our base here in Hong Kong and travel hacks to make your trip easier. This blog has been written with busy expats in mind. So many of my friends work the Monday to Friday grind and want to make the most of all the of long weekends on offer in Asia, but struggle to find the time to plan trips away. At Expat Getaways Ive done that for you. Its a trip that Ive tried and tested, plus what I would do differently if I had the chance again.

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3 years ago

Quasi-Local HK is a free online resource dedicated to helping you capitalize on your time in Hong Kong. We'll give you the low-down on hidden attractions, cheap eats, and local markets, so you too can explore the Fragrant Harbour like a Quasi-Local. Why are you still reading this?! Journey into the secret side of Hong Kong now at


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