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Hong Kong summertime weather impacts on travelers

Hong Kong summertime weather impacts on travelers

Impacts of Hong Kong summertime weather on travelers Hong Kong has a sub-tropical climate. So Hong Kong has a hot and wet summertime weather. Summer is also the rainy season and typhoon season of Hong Kong. This post shows YOU the impacts of Hong Kong summertime weather on travelers. Hot and humid weather – sticky…

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Review of August 2017

Review of August 2017

Review for the tasks in August 2017 In August, apart from conducting private tours, Frank celebrates his seven-year anniversary to be a tour guide. I prepare the useful souvenir for clients. I also handle impacts of bad weather on private tour bookings. When Hong Kong is waiting for the completion of high speed railway, I…

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Typhoon Hato is approaching Hong Kong

Typhoon Hato

Hato typhoon approaches Hong Kong Typhoon Hato, which is a Japanese name and means “Sky Pigeon”, moves quickly, gets stronger and approaches Hong Kong!   Hato will get very close to Hong Kong in the morning of the 23 August 2017! The Hong Kong Observatory is going to issue the No 8 Gale or Storm Signal!…

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Macau private tour checklist

Macau private tour checklist

YOUR Checklist for Macau private tour This is a checklist for YOUR Macau private tour.   It tells YOU what YOU need to wear and bring to Macau. Hope YOU can have a better preparation for YOUR easy and enjoyable Macau sightseeing experience! Passport with departure card all the time All travelers must bring passport…

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Hong Kong Island private tour – a showcase for Hong Kong’s big contrasts

Big contrasts in Hong Kong

A showcase for Hong Kong’s big contrasts – Hong Kong Island private tour Hong Kong Island half day private car tour is the showcase for Hong Kong’s big contrasts. The juxtapositions relate to Hong Kong’s development and citizens’ daily life. Big contrast at Victoria Peak between the cityscape and natural landscape About 85% of Hong…

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