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It Happened in Hong Kong

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With its rich heritage that seamlessly integrates East meets west cultures and its array of experiences Hong Kong has something to offer every kind of traveller.

 

VIU web-series 'It happened in Hong Kong' featured the new perspective of Hong Kong. The story follows two solo travellers, Aahana and Amol, who encounter each other while visiting their dream destination, Hong Kong, and decide to explore the city together. Hong Kong plays the perfect host for the two travellers to get to know each other as they discover the city’s local culture, outdoor adventures, hidden temples, delicious street food, striking street art, incredible street shopping, and brilliant nightlife together.

Viewers can catch the episodes  ‘It Happened in Hong Kong’ from March 09, 2018 on the Viu app and on Viu’s YouTube channel.

The trailer of the web-can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Zbxjlpzm0o   

Also, don't miss the edited whole series 'It Happened in Hong Kong' at Zoom TV on March 31, 7.30pm or repeat telecast on April 01 at 2pm and April 5 at 10pm.

 

Locations Highlights

Harbour City - Hong Kong’s largest mall, Harbour City consists of five sections: Gateway Arcade, Ocean Centre, Ocean Terminal, Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel Arcade, and Star Annex. The upshot for the shopper is a choice of over 450 shops, around 70 restaurants, three hotels, an art gallery and an observatory deck.

Ngong Ping Cable Car and Big Buddha - Ngong Ping 360 is the ideal springboard to exploring Lantau Island. The journey begins with a 25-minute cable car ride in a crystal cabin from Tung Chung. Its glass bottom offers an astonishing bird’s eye view of the magical deep blue sea and lush green mountainside underneath your feet and the renowned Big Buddha

The Peak - The unmistakable wok-shaped roof of The Peak Tower was designed by British architect Terry Farrell. Sitting just beneath Victoria Peak in the area known locally as ‘The Peak’, the mall’s viewing platform – Sky Terrace 428 – stands 428 metres above one of the world’s most breath-taking cityscapes.

Old Town Central – Old Town Central is city’s oldest and most archetypal neighbourhoods. East and West, past and present, traditions and innovation, excitement and tranquillity — this is where Hong Kong’s contrasting attributes coexist, blend and collide.

PMQ - PMQ is a site with several layers of historical significance. It has been revitalised as a hub for creative and design industries. Once the old Police Married Quarters, the buildings residential units have now been converted into funky workspaces, studios, exhibition spaces and cafes where visitors can wander around and experience the creativity and artistry.

Lan Kwai Fong - Lan Kwai Fong is one of Hong Kong’s most popular nightlife hot spots and home to over 90 restaurants and bars. The atmosphere ranges from stylish wine pairings to raucous jelly shots and the food on offer is as diverse as the clientele.

Dorsett Wanchai – Dorsett Wanchai is a family hotel in Wan Chai. The hotel enjoys a strategic location for both business and pleasure being perfectly located between Causeway Bay and Wanchai

Sham Shiu Poi - The street market in Sham Shui Po is a hotspot for both locals and tourists. It is situated in the north-western part of the Kowloon Peninsula

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