Hong Kong tea shop Fukien Tea Company is exactly what you imagine a Hong Kong tea shop should be. Dusty, peeling tin canisters decorate the shelves. A chubby white cat stretches upon a checkerboard tiled floor. Faded black and white photos line the walls. It is as if you've walked through a door that time travels you back into 1963....

For years we have been wondering about the 70s-style "resort" that you can spot on Lantau Island's south coast when you are taking the ferry from Hong Kong. A bit of research and we discovered the poignant story of Sea Ranch, the Hong Kong luxury beach retreat that has been nearly abandoned for 20 years. Only accessible by ferry (or a very strenuous hike--read on for more about that!) On a beautiful early June day, we decided to try to have a look at the place for ourselves. We heard there were still a few people living in the complex and that was a private ferry running to the complex from nearby Cheung Chau island. Just as we reached Cheung Chau from Central, we saw the Sea Ranch ferry and hopped right on. No one seemed to mind, and soon we were chugging our way towards the mystery beach with its...

Those of you who've explored Hong Kong by day or night with our senior director Daniel Cheung know that he is the authority par excellence when it comes to Hong Kong mixology. With new craft cocktail bars opening, like, every five minutes, it can be hard to separate the good from the bad and ugly. Do check out Daniel's short list before you head out for your special evening. (Even better, book a cocktail crawl walk with Little Adventures and let Daniel introduce you himself to his pals behind Hong Kong's best bars.) Read on.   Hong Kong's Top 5 Cocktail Bars (curated by LAHK's Daniel Cheung)   1. Butler   Butler may be the most spectacular bar in Hong Kong--it certainly is the most discreet! They don't even have a website, but nevertheless their 20 seats are almost always filled with discerning clients who know that this is the place to experience Hong Kong's most sophisticated...