Lovers of Korean food had a field day at the JW Marriot Hong Kong recently when guest chef Kang Dong Jin came into town from Seoul. With more than two decades of experience under his apron, he gave Hong Kongers a taste of his authentic home-style cooking. Rather than take the modern or fusion route, […]
Marrakech is a city from another time and visiting its walled medina is an incredible experience of twisting lanes lined with spice markets, souks and vendors, with a few palaces and mosques interspersed among the maze. From the moment one arrives at the airport and vigorously negotiates a taxi fare into the city, it’s clear […]
Montreal is the cultural capital of French Canada and the city has a culinary scene that’s quite a bit different from other Canadian cities like Toronto. But more than just the juxtaposition of cultural influences from French and English Canadians, there have also been a number of immigration waves to the city that have altered […]
Lisbon bears the distinct honor of being both the capital and the largest city in Portugal. It features extravagant architecture, charming cobblestoned streets and the kind of breathtaking scenes that create lasting memories on a holiday. These blessings mix curiously well with the contemporary vibe highlighted in its many trendy shops, eateries and bars. This […]
Berlin is a place where yesterday meets now in a very real, sometimes unnerving, and always hip way. Berliners know great food and they know how to party, but sometimes the list of places to do those things in Berlin can be exhausting. Stylish city guide Hg2 | A Hedonist’s Guide To… gives their picks […]
Join one of our writers, Julie Sheridan, on the tapas trail in Barcelona as she dishes on the city’s best tapas joints!
Turn Up The Heat The sky seems larger and colors seem to glow brighter in Miami’s sub-tropical paradise. Near the southernmost point of the peninsula of Florida and the United States, Miami stays warm, even through the winter months when other cities are feeling the chill. A sweater is rarely necessary with average winter temperatures […]