Hong Kong is not just an ordinary city. It is a fusion of two worlds with the territory’s Chinese roots mixed with the influences of more than one hundred fifty years of British colonization. This East meets West culture is quite evident in the city’s food, architecture, tradition and fashion.
If you value quality over quantity and have the money to spare, do shop for designer items. More often than not, they are made of high quality materials. They are more expensive compared to regular items but expect these items to stay in your closet for much longer than ordinary items. Designer items are made to last. In addition, some designer merchandise such as watches and handbags can be a form of investment too.
One of the simple joys of life is to be able to eat the food you love when you want them. However, with the prices of consumer goods, including food items, ever increasing; it has become harder and harder to eat delicious and healthy food at home. Instead we have resorted to fast food fare which can be unhealthy for us physically but also budget-wise.