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About Maninder Badwal

(Maninder Badwal has written 36 articles for us)
I am a qualified Fine Arts graduate with taste for experiencing finer nuances of life. Travelling is one hobby which I always like to nurture thereby giving me ample opportunity to capture life, people and culture around me. I love to capture real-time moments around me and package them for you in the best possible manner. Enjoy!

Posts by Maninder Badwal:

Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade - Art, Science and Cultural center of Hong Kong

Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade - Art, Science and Cultural center of Hong Kong

Visitors often visit Hong Kong for its splendid skyline, exotic culinary options, and immense shopping options. However, Hong Kong has a fair share of a rich art and cultural milieu too. If you have a passion for visual arts, music, concerts, dramas, and science, then the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade is a place for you.(…)

Published On: Tuesday, November 25th, 2014
Hong Kong Vegetarian Delights

Hong Kong Vegetarian Delights

Hong Kong also loves to keep its vegetarian visitors happy In a city like Hong Kong, which is surrounded by sea, it is natural that there are plentiful options available for seafood lovers. From small road-side shops to plush fine dining restaurants, Hong Kong has almost every carnivorous option available to satiate the gastronomic needs(…)

Published On: Thursday, November 20th, 2014
Symphony of Lights — Light and sound extravaganza at Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbourfront

Symphony of Lights — Light and sound extravaganza at Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbourfront

After spending my entire day at Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade and savoring Hong Kong’s splendid skyline and harbor views during the day time, it was time to enjoy the evening now. The city skyline was soaking itself into a dazzling array of lights and glow sign boards atop the buildings, transporting me into a spellbinding(…)

Published On: Wednesday, November 19th, 2014
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and Golden Bauhinia square

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and Golden Bauhinia square

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) is one of the major landmarks on the imposing skyline along the Victoria harbor front in the Wan Chai area of the Hong Kong Island. I walked all the way from my Hotel to Gloucester Road to visit this interesting landmark site which always remains crowded with locals(…)

Published On: Tuesday, November 18th, 2014
Avenue of Stars—Hong Kong’s tribute to the Chinese film industry

Avenue of Stars—Hong Kong’s tribute to the Chinese film industry

Avenue of Stars is located in Tsim Sha Tsui District of Kowloon Peninsula. I took a metro train to Kowloon from Hong Kong Island, to reach Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade. By delving deeper into its background, I learned that this place was built on the lines of Hollywood Walk of fame, to recognize the outstanding(…)

Published On: Monday, November 17th, 2014
The Peak — Hong Kong’s highest vantage point

The Peak — Hong Kong’s highest vantage point

Victoria peak is one of the most popular and must-visit places in Hong Kong offering its visitors a memorable experience of viewing scenic 360 degree-views of unobstructed cityscapes from the highest vantage point. Here, I would like to share my personal experience with you and suggest that if you are an avid photographer then this(…)

Published On: Tuesday, November 11th, 2014
Tai O fishing Village and Dolphin cruise at Lantau Island

Tai O fishing Village and Dolphin cruise at Lantau Island

Once I reached Lantau Island after an adventurous cable car ride, I was overwhelmed by the natural beauty and cultural diversity of this place. Every corner of this island embodies a perfect blend of Spirituality and Cultural richness of this place. After browsing through Ngong Ping Village and spending some inspiring time there, I went(…)

Published On: Monday, November 10th, 2014
Hong Kong’s Ngong Ping village Cultural and Spiritual walk

Hong Kong’s Ngong Ping village Cultural and Spiritual walk

After enjoying a 25 minutes of cable car ride starting at Tung Chung Cable car terminal and savoring some unobstructed sea and land views, now it was time to explore Ngong Ping village. This culturally rich and spiritually inclined village aims to keep the local culture and spiritual integrity of this area alive. A giant(…)

Published On: Friday, November 7th, 2014
Cable car ride to Lantau Island — Hong Kong’s Cultural, spiritual and heritage walk

Cable car ride to Lantau Island — Hong Kong’s Cultural, spiritual and heritage walk

  As soon as I landed at Hong Kong International airport terminal in the morning, one interesting thing which I noticed through my airplane window was a bi-cable ropeway passing across the scenic lush green mountains adjoining Airport Island. On enquiring further about this, with a local passenger, I came to know that this ropeway(…)

Published On: Monday, November 3rd, 2014