About National Geographic Traveler: Hong Kong, 3rd Edition
All the travel experts agreeconsumers want more and different experiences from travel than they did in the past. They want to deeply understand their destination before they go, feel a meaningful connection to the place while there, and return home feeling enriched and ready to share their experiences with others. With these trends in mind, and the results of extensive, proprietary market research, National Geographic Traveler has been enhanced with engaging new features and a contemporary redesign.
Each guide begins with an introduction that enables the traveler to sample a bit of the culture, history, and attractions before they go and plan the trip based on their own interests and length of stay. Travelers can immerse themselves in active, in-country “Experiences” and “Off-the-Beaten-Path Excursions” they won’t find anywhere else, like visiting a family in a South African township or learning to cook Maori cuisine with a renowned New Zealand chef. Other new features, such as “Insider Tips” from National Geographic photographers, writers, and experts, as well as “Not-To-Be-Missed” lists ensure that each person’s visit will be one-of-a-kind and memorable.
To make the most of these and all the other great new features, the guides’ design has been simplified, opened up, and enhanced with easy-to-read tinted sections. Gorgeous color photographs, high-quality maps, and the popular walking and driving tours are still highlights of our crisp, new look. To complete the update, our new covers boast a striking, single image of the destination, along with the clear National Geographic branding that signifies quality, trust, and all the best in travel.
With more than a century of travel expertise, new content, and a new look, National Geographic Traveler is the right guide at the right timepoised to meet the changing needs of today’s traveler better than ever and better than anyone.
Hong Kong is presented exquisitely with its gleaming skyscrapers and teeming streets. Find out where to drink tea and take lessons in feng shui and kung fu.
Phil Macdonald moved to Hong Kong from Sydney in 1989 to continue his adventures in journalism that began eight years earlier in the city of Perth. He worked for The Standard (Hong Kong) and the South China Morning Post for a number of years… More about Phil Macdonald
Paperback | $22.95
Published by National Geographic Mar 03, 2009| 272 Pages| 5-1/4 x 8-7/16| ISBN 9781426203978