Craig Platt The jungle is thick, the dirt track muddy and the heat and humidity stifling.
Leisa Tyler samples salmon ceviche, lily bulb veloute and rare whiskies as fresh places race to open in Asia's world city.
Joanna Hall There was a time not long ago when cruise ships didn't even have a phone guests could use. Now they're a haven of high-tech gizmos.
Craig Platt Dining at the world's only hotel that's home to not one, but two three-Michelin-star restaurants.
After a forty years, Louise Hawson returns to her childhood home town to find out how much of "old Hong Kong" still exists.
The world's highest hotel opens its doors in Hong Kong, housed in the city's tallest skyscraper and offering unrivalled panoramic views of the world famous Victoria Harbour.
We've trawled the globe to find this year's 10 most compelling cultural events.
Flight Test A 747 jumbo on the way there, an A380 superjumbo on the way back.