ask Subash about
hiking • viewpoints • island • forest • asian food • beaches
What are the Hong Kong spots a first-time visitor can’t miss?
Victoria Peak when the weather is good. Visit the Big Buddha statue by cable car with breath taking views, don;t forget to make a wish.
Do’s and don’ts in Hong Kong: (Ex: Tipping: yes/ no, public transport tips, safety tips etc.):
Do: be polite, smile and enjoy your time. Don't: eat in public transports
What do you do and why do you do it?
Shall explore is my motto, it exists to discover one's own true nature. I write on my website www.shallexplore.com expressing and sharing thoughts as a journey journal to discover new and more life. I make videos doing things that stretch me out of my comfort zone and share them on YouTube regularly. I also share photos on Instagram to present my interests and connect with other mind and nature explorers. I write, I video and I capture as a means of taking notes of my journey on earth and sharing my journal along the way. I love to travel and I love technology.
Which Hong Kong shops do you hit up when you’re itching for something new?
Fortress, I love gadgets with cool technology. Bookazine, I love to read interesting books.
What’s the one place in Hong Kong you think is underrated?
Wong Lung Hang Waterfall + Natural Swimming pool
It's freeeeezing out - what should a visitor do?
Take a taxi or the train to the Hong Kong History Museum or order McDonald's takeaway of they enjoy fast foods.
Where do you take your guest when you want to impress?
Victoria Peak if the weather is good, Big Buddha by Cable car!
Your go-to brunch spots:
Yoshinoya, Cafe de coral
Special views that mainstream tourists don't know about:
Sunset Peak, about 2 hour hike to see absolute incredible views of the hilly mountains and the sun setting to sleep...
Tomorrow’s your last day in Hong Kong. How do you spend it?
Plan destinations and times and visit and enjoy as much as you can. Victoria Peak, Big Buddha, see monkeys at the Ten thousand Buddhas, Aberdeen fishing village where you can take a boat ride around a village built on water, Sky 100 where we can see Hong Kong from the 100th floor.