Clockenflap Music and Arts Festival will take place on the Central Harbourfront on Hong Kong Island 17 -19 November 2017. Indie and altie rock, electronic music, multimedia art, installation art, and film fill out the programme.
Officials in Kaiping, China, sign US$900 million deal to turn a run-down town into a tourist attraction in the interest of "heritage protection". Many locals refuse resettlement packages, Could this actually be a blessing in distguise?
f you're heading to Big D for the Big Game with the Dallas Cowboys, here's your quick guide on what to do, where to eat, and where to stay. Why not spend a few days? Check out my Oakland Raider fan's travel guide to Dallas, Texas!
Midnight Sun, Northern Lights, majestic fjords – Norway is an eco-tourist's dream. There is more than breathtaking scenery, fresh air and world class sports. The country also has fascinating museums. Here are 10 of Oslo's best.
Fifth annual Ubud Village Jazz Festival will be held in Ubud, Bali, in mid-August. Pre- and post-post festival performances will be held in Ubud and other parts of the island the week before and after the event.
Chao Phraya River, a.k.a. the RIver of Kings, is lined with the Grand Palace, Reclining Buddha, Temple of Dawn, and other famous and not-so-famous tourist attractions. Here's a short list of must-see heritage sites in Central Bangkok.
Hong Kong Disneyland celebrates spring with springtime celebration while Beauty and the Beast opens at movie theaters as LGBT controversy ignites: Is LeFou Disney's first gay character or the film studio's first OPENLY gay character?
The Hau Ku Shek Ancestral Hall is located in the village of Ho Sheung Heung, which is located near Sheung Shui. It is one of 3 important heritage sites in the village, settled by the Hau Clan more than 600 years ago.
A festive celebration is held at Hung Shing temples on the 13th day of the 2nd moon to honour Hung Shing, a historic figure that was deified after his death because contribution to the well-being of fishermen.
Hong Kong comes alive every winter and spring with its annual cultural fix. First comes the Hong Kong Arts Festival, which focuses on the performing arts. Then comes Hong Kong Arts Month, which focuses on the visual arts.