While visiting the mainstream attractions of Hong Kong can be fun, it can also be stressful, overwhelming and full of selfie-taking tourists. However, the great thing about this city is that it offers numerous lesser known locations and even amazing spots hidden in plain sight. Embrace these hidden gems in Hong Kong, from food crawling in a local shopping center to taking insta-worthy pics by the waters. Let’s go beyond the tourist-filled sites and explore Hong Kong like a true local with this insider’s guide to Hong Kong! 1. Street Food at Kwai Chung Plaza Source: mikemikecat (Flickr) Hong Kong
In many ways, it looks like the perfect environment for Chinese capital outflows: economic growth is slowing, U.S. interest rates are rising, and the yuan is trading near its weakest level in more than a decade.
If you are planning a trip to Seoul, South Korea, do not miss out delicious Korean street food in Myeongdong. Myeongdong is a place that is known for shopping, but do you know that Myeongdong is also packed with street food? Get out of the subway station in Myeongdong and be prepared for a mouthwatering foodie-venture! Here is some street food you must try recommended by YBEX’s Korea team! Seafood Are you a seafood lover? Try different kinds of seafood cooked on spot. Broiled lobster tails with cheese, grilled scallop, fried squid, shrimp skewer etc. Pick your favorite kinds of seafood
Visiting Hong Kong soon and looking to check out the bar scene? You’re in luck! Hong Kong boasts 7 of Asia’s 50 best bars, while a quick Google search for the best bars in Hong Kong yields more than 1.7 million results, with thousands more listicles showcasing the top bars of all types, mixes and tastes. In a city of over 8 million people, the bar-to-human ratio could certainly give New York or London a run for their money.
香港，2018年2月6日－ 以香港為基地的新創公司YBEX Limited.（「YBEX」或「本公司」）今天公佈將旗下找換店比較平台「YBPay」易名為「YBEX」（音：「Y/Bex」），與本公司同名。有關改動於2月1日起正式生效。本公司將以YBEX平台之名，繼續將服務擴展至海外。
Hong Kong is trying to boost its credentials as a fintech centre. The city’s regulator is liberalising its approach to monitoring the industry, while global and local tech firms are expanding.