A How-To Guide for Dim Sum at Lin Heung Tea House

A How-To Guide for Dim Sum at Lin Heung Tea House

Lin Heung Tea House (蓮香樓) is one of the oldest dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong. I've seen articles saying that it's been around since 1918, while others say 1926/1928. Either way, it's pretty old! While there are thousands of dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong, and some may serve tastier food or have fancier decor, the experience I had at Lin Heung Tea House was like none other before, and I've been to a lot of dim sum restaurants!

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Wet Markets in Hong Kong

Wet Markets in Hong Kong

When you think markets in Hong Kong, you often think about places like Stanley Market, Temple Street Market, or Ladies Market. These are all good places to find interesting knick knacks and great bargains and I'd definitely recommend a trip to either of these markets if you're ever in Hong Kong. But, if you're up for something different, you might want to check out the wet markets in Hong Kong.

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Hong Kong: Wing Lee Street

Hong Kong: Wing Lee Street

Wing Lee Street is a street in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong where many old Hong Kong buildings still stand. It was made famous because it was the filming location of the popular Hong Kong movie Echoes of the Rainbow. The buildings of Wing Lee Street were to be demolished and the area was to be redeveloped but because of the success of the movie, many Hong Kong people protested the demolition and plans were stopped.

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