The Palace Museum is worth every penny and is a must-visit in Hong Kong. The Palace Museum is a work of art itself, with an imposing exterior appearance, matched by the interior layout and design experienced within. It is a partner to the Palace Museum in Beijing, housing over 900 precise treasures of Chinese heritage and culture from the Forbidden City. You can easily spend 2 hours walking around and admiring priceless artefacts which are beautifully exhibited. The treasures are displayed beautifully and include English and Chinese information for visitors to understand what they are viewing. All are excellently curated in a modern, elegant yet approachable way, so that everyone can enjoy what they are seeing, be you a history buff, novice museum goer or even families with children.
Sai Ying Pun, once a quiet residential neighborhood on the western side of Hong Kong, has emerged as a hub for creativity and culture. The district’s streets are adorned with colorful murals and graffiti, while its dining and shopping options offer a diverse range of experiences.
Art Lane, located in the heart of Sai Ying Pun, is a thriving hotspot for street art, creativity, and urban culture. Featuring a collection of vibrant murals, graffiti, and installations, Art Lane showcases the talents of local and international artists, transforming the neighborhood into an open-air gallery. The murals of Art Lane cover the walls of several buildings and alleys, reflecting a diverse range of styles, techniques, and themes. As you wander through the area, you’ll discover captivating works by various talented artists, each adding their own unique touch to the urban landscape.
I never thought that I will travel to Milan one day, but I did. I enjoyed my time in Milan, as much as I did in Switzerland. Italy's 2nd largest city, Milan is such an elegant city, often known as the fashion capital of the world and praised for its cuisine and entertainment. Milan is also a city with a rich history and home to some of the world’s best architecture and art. Many tourists come to Italy for the past. But Milan’s today’s Italy. In this city of refined tastes, window displays are gorgeous, cigarettes are chic, and even the cheese comes gift-wrapped. Yet, thankfully, Milan is no more expensive for tourists than any other Italian city. It’s worth noting that the city is known as ‘Milano’ locally. With two nights and a full day, you can gain an appreciation for the city and see most major sights.