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Hong Kong dazzles Studio 10

Hong Kong dazzles Studio 10

This May, Hong Kong will be showcased on Channel 10’s popular morning show Studio 10, when their roving reporter David “Robbo” Robinson travels to the harbour city and reveals some exciting new experiences and hidden gems.

During Robbo’s  visit, apart busily  hopping between the famous landmarks in Hong Kong, he also explored  the colourful markets and buzzing nightlife. He met with locals for tips to the themed attractions, and interviewed Aussie expats as  they show him around their favourite haunts.  

The show also  explored some of the special activities in Hong Kong during 2017 for the 20th Anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

Hong Kong dazzles Studio 10
Watch the Show - Week One

Monday, 15 May – First episode
Highlights:
Robbo visits Central, the heart of Hong Kong, and meets up with Hong Kong-based Aussie Chef Shane Osborn to  discover why Old Town Central is so unique.  Watch episode

Wednesday, 17 May – Second episode
Highlights:
Robbo travels up to The Peak and attempts to run the Peak Trail. He also tastes all the best local food on his way from Tsui Sha Tsui to Sham Shui Po, where he finds some good tailors. Watch episode


Friday, 19 May
– Third episode
Highlights:
Robbo enjoys Hong Kong’s vibrant nightlife in Wan Chai. The popular Stanley Market and Hong Kong Disneyland are also featured on today’s episode. Watch episode 

Watch the Show - Week Two

Monday, 22 May – Fourth episode
Highlights: 
Robbo experiences first-hand one of Hong Kong’s most unique and colourful cultural festivals, theCheung Chau Bun Festival. Will he attempt his own climb up the bun tower?  Watch episode

 

Wednesday, 24 May – Fifth episode 
Robbo presents at the Golden Bauhinia Square to acknowledge 20th Anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. He also heads north towards Long Ke Beach in Sai Kung for a pleasant hike before he enjoys a delicious 2 starred Michelin banquet in Central Hong Kong. Watch episode

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Experiences Robbo enjoyed that you can add to your itinerary:

Old Town Centralfind out more.

The Peak, find out more.

Touring Victoria Harbour, find out more.

Sham Shui Po, find out more.

Stanley Market, find out more.

Hong Kong Disneyland, find out more.

Hong Kong tailors, find out more.

Hong Kong must eats, find out more.

SoHo in Central, find out more.

Cheung Chau Bun Festival, find out more.

 

Golden Bauhinia Square,  flnd out more.

Long Ke Beach and Sai Kung, find uot more.

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Hong Kong Q&A with David Robinson, Studio 10

What was the highlight of your recent  trip to Hong Kong?
A: Definitely the food – everywhere we went the food was delicious. Plus the people – everyone was lovely.

Where’s the first place you would recommend visitors go when they arrive?
A: Head for a restaurant, street food or bar – You won’t be disappointed with the food.

Do you have a favourite area in Hong Kong?
A: I love everything about Hong Kong and I’m not just saying that. Around every turn there’s a mixture of old and new and it’s very exciting.

Top three things to do there?
A: 1. Eat
    2.  Cruise on the harbour
    3.  Explore

Top three favourite restaurants?
A: 1. Arcane
    2. Tim Ho Wan
    3. Ho Lee Fook

What have you experienced beyond the city?
A: Long Ke Beach was amazing. Something that I never expected to find in Hong Kong

What surprised you the most about Hong Kong?
A: How much there was to discover.

Top three tips for Aussie travellers visiting the city?
A: Explore, explore, explore. The best way to get the most out of this amazing place is to get out and explore. Hong Kong has so much to offer and there are amazing things around.

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