HOW TO TRAVEL HONG KONG - Cheap Travel Possible?

HOW TO TRAVEL HONG KONG - Cheap Travel Possible?

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So how, do you affordably travel, one of the world's most expensive, cities well it goes a little bit something like this. What's. Up guys and welcome to your weekly loss Leblanc fix it is time today to dive into the city of Hong Kong an incredible, destination, now this is actually my second, visit and I spent about 10 days on this trip to make sure that I found the best restaurants. The best view points the best places for you to go and explore and I wanted to give you some tips and tricks to saving some money on this upcoming trip so without further ado let's start right, where you're gonna start your trip which is in the Hong Kong Airport, it's, actually cheapest, to set your phone up in the airport very rare to see that but that was the case for me I paid around 65, Hong Kong dollars for the sim card and the data plan who has definitely worth well especially, because of how heavily I relied, on Google Maps throughout this trip we have been at the airport now for about two hours looking, around the web sites from Agoda of booking comm Airbnb. And we, have finally found the solutions so I'll show you what it is we're heading there now. We. Need. Now typically, there's two main areas people like to stay in Hong Kong, there's Kowloon, and there's, Hong Kong Island Kowloon, is very much the conventional. Asian, feeling hub almost like the Time Square of Asia and it tends to be a little bit cheaper now going on to the island the downtown, hub this is actually the formerly British side of Hong Kong this side feels a slight bit more modern and it's got the iconic, Victoria, Peak hour, and 15 minutes later the dark outside, with. All the lights - feels like it's daytime play go Times Square of Hong Kong now food it's, gonna be one of the biggest parts of your trip to Hong Kong Melissa and Alejandro, did their research they were proactively, searching, for the best restaurants, in the city and even though we can try all of them we have so many incredible restaurants. To share with you our first meal in Hong Kong started, off at the internationally. Renowned Din, Tai Fung. It's, time our first Hong Kong meal and if you don't already know dim sum is like one of the top Chinese foods you need to try so tonight. We're. Getting the finest of it and then we'll show you the hostel, we booked so, truth be told this is not exactly the cheapest place to go but, that's kind of why we chose to stay in a cheaper place we wanted to have our money like, allocated, to doing the best experiences.

And Really seeing Hong Kong cheers to that. So, good I was, okay it, is time for our room tour and, the. Room tour is now over because this is everything, except for a toilet right over there now this cost me 125. U.s. dollars for two nights and if, you don't know this already Hong Kong is the second, most expensive place, in the world based, on real estate prices and the amount you'll pay for hotels, and rents reflect, that Cathy's gonna stay here do bit of work but I'm gonna be going to meet with Ally and Melissa, to show you guys one of the best desserts in Hong Kong or, so I've been told. Thank. You. We're almost there the city so, many smells sights things. Going on it is, I don't. Know if I could ever live here but strictly as a visitor, it's, so cool to experience. Humming. Ah wah wah wah this. Is kaki, Gordy a dessert that changed my life and became part of our nightly routine in Hong Kong shaved. Ice thank you very much and, this is the Oreo flavoured one I've now at strawberry, matchup, but Oreo is my favorite and it's awesome, it's a tea Hong Kong dollar which is quite a bit but it's very much worth it and you could probably split it, we. Only mess with the best and so we were constantly going, to Shari Shari there's, a few of them located throw at Hong Kong but, the incredible thing is they actually import, their ice from, Japan you will love it or your money back, terms. And conditions may, apply so, we just got our Metro heading back it's $14. Instead, of 177. Which is what it would have costed if we took the uber so overall, you save a lot of money with Metro just go back see, you guys in the morning. Good. Morning guys and welcome, to another day so it's actually not even close to morning it's actually 4:00 p.m. right now we, had a really late start because we had a really late night we went out to the line fight fallen which is like one of the craziest places I've ever gone out. We're. Taking you to this really beautiful. Beautiful housing, project, area where they have subsidized, housing for people here in Hong Kong it, costs us $150. To get here which is pricy as, uber, started, at 115. But then actually I checked again and it surged up to 180. But we have just arrived so let's go explore boy, huh. Chou-heung. And, so. This, is what draws in people like myself photographers. Videographers it's, a beautiful, pastel, rainbow that they have going on and this, is actually home to like between, 18,000. And Katzie red 43,000. People but, what is for sure is that there's a lot of people living, in a very small quarter, kind. Of worked out it's about to start pouring we thought it cleared the entire basketball, court and only. The dedicated. Remaining. Basketball. That. Used to be captain of the team so she claims. She. Said she used to be the tallest in her class. Oh. Cathy, made a new friend hello. Carol. Arrow, so, one of the things I love about Cathy she's got like such a big heart I was shooting around getting shots with the drone and Cathy looks over and sees a little boy getting beaten up by some other little kids and like, she immediately stepped, in like when to like comfort the kid be there she's just been hanging out with him for the past hour, clearly opened up now and now they're just playing basketball.

Let's. Go team what does she our, journey home joy is over so now we have to head to that black to the black market to the night, we. Have to head now to the night market so we're gonna do it in a formal way and we have to take the stuff. Hello. How. Do you say hello let. Me say hello. I. Was, explaining to her what we do and she's like she beautiful, you smart. We. Finally arrived to Temple Street and that's the beginning of the night market Seoul entrance. And the market is over there. Is. That real Louis Vuitton oh wow. So. That right there is a $10, Louis Vuitton and she's even said it's real so. The. Savings are unreal we need to clean child Kristin it's a brain oh my god. 6e, guava, mamacita. We didn't just make fun of everything we actually bought something. It's. Not a popular, opinion but they do say, that China, is the leader of all fashion trends, very, fashion-forward, it is the newest collection, the surf collection, buy my reggae it's a constant, reminder to always smell. From. The moment we got there the people were incredible. And even though from time to time there is a language barrier you definitely can get by because they're more than willing to help they. Were so nice and, we have literally, just, now reached the end of Temple Street alright guys we were at my favorite, restaurant ever where a tiki, noodle cart and the reason we came here is because there's one item on the menu that I just absolutely love. They have my all-time favorite. Meal oh my gosh it's got beef belly it's got pork intestines, pig blood and fish, balls all in wine mmm. Deep-fried, three, kinds, balls. This. Was only $20 for everything, that you saw here pretty awesome deal I even got myself two, of these soy milk teas because they're freaking awesome all. Right um I'll let you do your thing. I'll. Have to make a hole in my path don't get too comfortable good, now, let's go home. Hey. Guys it's a little reminder don't, forget to hit the like button, okay see you in a bit. 45. Minutes outside of downtown and, we are going to an area known as psyche cone, this is Bosco, he is from Hong Kong and he's showing us around today, Bosco drove us about 45 minutes outside of, Kowloon, downtown, Hong Kong area but, the interesting thing is that in order to get passed right. Here this checkpoint you actually need to be either a local, or have a permit, to drive people in so that's why we actually have to take a taxi beyond. This point. Guys. If you come here you gotta find and use the best he's made my day already he was the happiest, men I know, he's so cool this is actually something I should mention is that in Hong Kong it's not customary to tip people I tried, to give him a twenty he, basically.

In A very polite way said oh that's okay like it's not necessary. Even though tipping is not customary every now and then when you meet someone special and, they really make your day I see no problem with leaving one. So. This is why we walked all the way down to the beach because, this is a side of Hong Kong you probably, didn't know existed this, incredible. White sand beach on some, days can have beautiful blue house water out there when the Sun is perfect, and today, it's pretty, good actually considering, this morning was so great but, there's something I need to show you and this is because of the recent typhoon that came through this whole walkway, has been devastated. When you look past the destruction, you see the incredible, natural beauty here, Bosco so what is this on on the left here well it was a helicopter pad that is caused by the typhoon go, Kathy, you got this thanks you better to jump thanks. Lena all right so this is why we drove about an hour and a half to two hours outside of Hong Kong walked, about an hour down a hill up a little bit of a treacherous passage. And this is what you get one, of the four rock pools here and the incredible, thing is there's, only five of us here right now because we had grey clouds this morning and, it's a weekday we, got this place basically to ourselves. Somehow. A meters. Okay. What's. A family we are on our way back after a really. Really tough hike back up the hill now you may have noticed this isn't the same car we came in. Hmm. Dropped. My keys. See. You later dude see you later so. We. Got a warning that we might not fit in our room three, bags he's trying to upgrade us I don't, know if it's true none. Oh. My. God, this. Is nice you can like look at me. Yeah. When I go to the bathroom you can just be like chat with me it's, not that bad that well it's, nice big, Megan I don't care whose leader is nicer than anything, we have had it's. Just so quiet so, funny, this place is 75 a night but, it's modern it's clean and as, long as you know the person you're sharing, a room with it should be okay.

And. Guess what there's. Nothing, to talk privacy. So this is my view. All. Aboard, taking. The midnight bus going anywhere so, we just paid the equivalent of like a dollar fifty to get to our destination the. Transportation, system is really good there's so many buses they run so frequently you, can literally see it all over the street these double-decker buses so, I have to say that taking a bus or the metro are both great options. So. On the flight over to Hong Kong we met this random guy from Toronto we asked him what restaurants, we should check out here in Hong Kong he told us to check out crystal Jade and right, now I just had, these handmade. Egg, noodles, with, a spicy. Sauce and peanut, sauce and it is amazing. But. When I do I complain, about how early it is the entire way through we've. Just arrived here at the top of the mountain above the Hong Kong island, known as Victoria's, peak and we're, gonna be showing you guys what. We hope to be a beautiful sunrise otherwise. This will not have been worth it what's up party people I'm, the party person. Alright. Guys after an incredible, sunrise this morning we're now taking one of the coolest ways you can get around Hong Kong it is the tram car that runs all the way down from Victoria, Peak back, into the downtown side, all, aboard. Good, slope right now it's like this you, can't tell them this. Is way better than taxi. That's. Basically, what it's actually like right now. That. Was super cool definitely, take the tram at least one direction, alright guys so we have saved arguably, one of the best things of Hong Kong for last, after, doing sunrise, at Victoria Peak we had a long AF nap we woke up around midday around, 1:15, p.m. and, now we just got into a taxi to, go to. Lantau, island we're. Going to tung chung station, from there we're gonna be taking one of the world's longest gondolas. Up a mountain to what is arguably Hong, Kong's most recognizable. Sights we got 25, minutes to get to the top and, we're gonna have some incredible, views. So. This is the pathway that if you hadn't kick in the gondola you would follow all the way. We're. All in agreement that that was one of the highlights of Hong Kong so far the gondola, is spectacular. Bit of an update guys we've been looking for Alejandro for like an hour now I'm, really not sure where he went because like, I looked back and then he was gone and then.

There. He is okay. You can't keep running away like that man. Alejandro, has never looked so. Good yeah, a little, bit horny. Wow. You. Better move out, of the way. As. I previously mentioned one, of the best things about Hong Kong is the food, and with that being said we, didn't get to try every, one of the best restaurants, but we did try a lot, of them and I wanted to share some, of my top choices with, you first honorable, mention is definitely, going to the, cupping room if you're looking for an awesome breakfast, or brunch it's right, in central Hong Kong and it is delicious. Alejandro. Is a coffee connoisseur. He loves drip coffee and for him to give a big thumbs up to the coffee says a lot the coffee the food it is a double, thumbs up another, incredible, breakfast spot on the Kowloon side is Studio caffeine, and this is another trendy, restaurant, Cathy and I both got incredible, breakfast sandwiches the cappuccinos, were fantastic. And that's, all I'm gonna say another, great breakfast spot that I ate at twice is called urban coffee roasters, it was right across from my hostel conveniently. Located and, so it was a awesome fine the last breakfast spot I want to share with you is perfect if you're craving like an American style diner experience. It's called brunch club and supper, kind of a weird name but the food is fantastic. Cathy actually claims it's one of the best omelets she's had now if you're having a night out in lan kwai fong a place that you should definitely start your night at is no jokes called, holy. Fook, now, I don't know if they're trolling us but either way the food is it's. Like this kind, of funky, Chinese. Style restaurant, and it's done up in a rather modern, and hip way I really, enjoyed my meal there, and the drinks were also great when, you're ready to take it up a notch then just walk a block away and go, to quinary, for a couple cocktails before, your night out I have to say some of the best cocktails I've had are right here and it's actually internationally. Renowned as one of the best cocktail, bars or so, I was told on the theme of incredible, cocktail, bars one of the most beautiful, bars I have ever seen in my life is this one right here it's called goes and if, you want to have a drink some appease this would be an awesome spot to do it it's like this grand Victorian, theme with, a side of like steampunk, and edge you, just gotta check it out it's so beautiful, Carl as Mia we've come to Yamcha.

Few Of them in the area there, like a big franchise, and they have some really really, funny dim sum it's. Awesome. So. The food was really good but the bill was extremely. Shocking he spent about $40. US per person, on what was a relatively, big meal but I didn't get a drink we didn't get dessert it was just a really really expensive. The last one I want to share with you is a little bow and if you've never had a bow before it is a chinese-style bun, with pork, inside sometimes, chicken with that being said it wasn't my favorite meal just because I'm not that big on boughs but if you're looking to experience something new hip, and trendy check, out a little bow what do you call a wrapper that just had an incredible bow, bow. Wow. Just. A strong independent canine and walking himself across the street you don't need no man now the original, reason that we went to Hong Kong was actually because, of this. That, right there is Carter, Street con it is basically, a conglomeration. A community. Of smooth. Handed, magic. Loving, card. Movers, I think that's the best way I can put it personally, I love immersing, myself in, new situations, new communities, new cultures, and this right here is a very interesting, subculture. I'm the Cardus of the year I won the award. Why. Hey. Hey. Yo what's up man oh sorry. Guys my hat was on its side and that, just about wraps it up guys I hope you enjoyed today's video, if you're new to team you lost don't forget to subscribe you, know Hugh, next Saturday, love you guys so much hit the bell button hit the like button hit all the buttons and don't. Forget to come back next Saturday so I can tell you to press some more buttons and let's. Feel off again in the next one okay. Hey. Yo Felipa where. My money where. My mum, sorry. Okay clay back camera. Still rolling.

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That room with the see through bathroom was freaking weird!

I saw 10 tip about Bali. You said the Gili's are not belong to Bali, but they do. You said about Nusa Ceningan it's belongs to Bali and it doesn't als Penida and Ceningan. For a guy who travels all the time it's a Big fault to don't how it is!

Damn. Some great footage! Love the format.

I hate when YouTube doesn’t notify me for your videos even though I have the bell notification on

Awesome video! Absolutely loving your new format, always bringing such useful and beautiful content

Actually, Hong Kong is not that expensive if you are not gonna buy a property or staying in five-star hotels

hahaha, Kakigori is Japanese one, not really Hong Kong one !! Just make sure that !!

Awesome!!! My favourite kind of videos

Lots of fun dude. Makes me wanna do another HK vlog. Surprised they let you drone the city lol

i am from Hong Kong , and i love your video ,please inform me if you come next time , i will show you some authentic and cheap thing

Hong Kong looks fascinating. Nice one, your videos are really packing a punch!

i subscribed lol. i've actually been watching you since you quit your job

OH MY GOD CHRISTIAN!! YOUR PERSONALITY IS HILARIOUS. When the video paused to you saying, "don't forget to hit the like button" LOLOLOL. You, Kati, the video editing and everything in between makes you MY FAVOURITE YOUTUBER EVER OMG. Food + Travel + Humour YUSS GIVE ME MORE!!!

Your videos just keep getting better, awesome job dude

Thanks man

I enjoy your channel so much, you are such an inspiration for our work, I hope you can see it. Your channel is amazing!! LOVEEE IT!


Great comedy on this video. You took it to the next level.

Does anyone know the song used at 17:16?

I've been subbed since you had around 20,000 subs, watched you study abroad etc and have seen your editing improve drastically. I'M SO PROUD OF YOU. You and your humor has stayed consistent through it all, I hope to one day cross paths traveling! Safe travels!! :)

Thanks Kayle!!!!

Amazing, as always Christian! We can't wait to do HK. Also, we gave you a shout out in our latest vlog (you know, to get you some exposure with our massive fan base of 5 viewers and 50 subscribers).

Back to Philippines again christian...

When I was in Hong Kong I shared a room with around 10 people and the beds were super small like at a military camp, but it was the cheapest place I could find with 10 € per night

Lost LeBlanc yeaah but the places where you stayed look much more relaxed! Btw. great videos, you inspire me a lot to travel and make videos auswell

That’s the way to do it

Ok now I’m convinced. I’ve gotta get to Hong Kong ASAP! Amazing b roll dude you are a MASTER

Thanks Alexis

I have been living in Hong Kong for the past 4 months and been to Sai Kung a few times now, never had a reason to go as far as Sai Wan until I watched your video. I went today with my boyfriend to check out the waterfall had an amazing time cliff jumping and had it to ourselves took the speedboat back overlooking a beaut sunset. Thanks.

"how do you say hello in Hong Kong" Lol gotta be the dumbest thing I've heard... Hong Kong is part of china! Duh man! Ni hao hahaha

Welcome to Hong Kong , and come again in the near future and explore more ! :)

love your vids! massive efforts!

Awwe! Cathy we love you! You have the biggest heart!!

7.5 mins in but I learnt nothing...

And most the the cocktails bars are not cheap travel? :P Majority of the cocktails are over $150 HKD :P

Great informative and mostly on point video. Just a few additional points I wanna raise up for u :) 1) 2:11 that place isn’t Ding Tai Fung / also Ding Tai Fung is famous for dumplings originated in Taipei (is not a proper Dim Sum experience) 2) 5:08, instead of taking taxi, can consider taking metro to Choi Hung station, and an easy walk, much cheaper option 3) 7:11, do not say “Ni Hao” to locals as Hello. Say “Lei Ho”, majority of us don’t like to be greeted in Mandarin 4) 13:57, Crystal Jade is originated from Singapore, and is in fact a very touristy chain for their famous yummy dumplings and noodles 5) 15:28, recommend to take the Peak Tram back down, the tourist queues for going up can take up to 1-2hrs wait, especially weekends a) Very on point with all the coffee, food places and cocktail bars after 17:40 b) “Yum Cha” restaurant is just a gimmick c) There are plenty of cheap local small authentic dim sum places all over HK. d) Another way to get around HK Island side is to use the Tram (Ding Ding) instead of the metro, very traditional local e) As a fellow leisure drone pilot, please be careful when droning over Harbour as there are a few Helipads around that flies relatively low. :)

Great video! Glad that you like our city.

Not sure how this is cheap!!?? Hart Hotel was $1900AUD for 7 nights!! You've Lost your way man, Lost touch with reality...

Wow.. it blow my mind with so many interesting places and foods. This video definitely become part of my coming Hong Kong trip planner. :)

your editing reminds me of the Amazing race haha! I love it! This video is actually so helpful, I wish I had seen it before I went to Hong Kong!

"it's a constant reminder to always smil" lol ded

Which camera you now using ? the low light is very good

Love this format. I will give you a pity laugh for you terrible jokes. Ha ha...

0:48 How did Chicago end up in Hong Kong ;) Really awesome video, thanks for the great hints and just in time as I jet out of ORD later this week.

Thanks for creating these kinds of videos again.

Very solid video. Great quick shots and drone with expert level! Only thing was the lisp thing.... haha can't figure that one out.

go to chengdu, china home of the giant pandas!!

I keep checking to see when you hit a million subscribers. You are stepping up your game. The new format of sharing a journey with a purpose instead of just sharing a journey... is epic.

favourite city on my list!

One of your best videos yet! Can't wait to go back to HK and check out some of the places I've missed on my last trip

The editing. I'm emotional.


your editing skills! loving the transitions

You should visit mainland China one day

Please visit Tokyo soon

I'm from HK but I now live in the States. I'm homesick after watching this.... T_T HomeKong4Ever

yo Ik bosco he a great photographer

Damn what an intro!!!!

Editing is just epic! Cheers!

First time you asked for a like, you didn't win me, but the "leave a pity like", man, damn I did I feel it under my skin, I had to.

Wow! That's so amazing, I live just near choi hung. But now I'm in Mauritius. Hong Kong is the best place to visit.foods are exceptional. I live in Saikung

Oh the saiwan beach is not good anymore.the helepad was broken

Amazing editing and awesome content!

I com here for the jokes.. hhehehe

"Bao-Wow"... ... ... Hahaha. My gods man. You and Katy and both so entertaining. I love the dancing and jokes. Best travel guides on YouTube!!

Not a fan of the stock music choices. But it's nice your using the stock footage to allow you to enjoy the trips.

Loved the Vlog of Hong Kong to good ! Now I must go. !

Did you still using your Canon gx7 for this vlog? Please aswer me :(

Love your video!!Awesome to show the beauty of Hong Kong,our city and our home!

this not a cheap travel.... so thumbs down. :-(

Lost LeBlanc - really appreciated the way you changed the main goal of the vlog. Good luck

Amazing video

Ever thinking about visiting Taiwan?

Wow, impressive, all arounded guide about Hong Kong, welcome to come again and explore more !

it was alot better when owned by the English and not the Chinese. now its cold in nature and too expensive. too bad India's biggest festival

Your video was awesome

11:54 Genius

Dude your vids get more and more professional

Very unique place . But I couldn’t breath there . Ufff . BUT I DIDNT TRY THIS ICECREAM ! Damn!!!

I'm a Hong Longer! It's still so mesmerizing and overwhelming to see from tourists' point of view!!

Have fun in HK...

what gears are used?

Christian love your drone shots! Magnifico!!! Bravissimo!!! Now I really want to learn how to fly one and make creative cinematic shots like your did I forget to mention you make traveling into big foreign cities look easy and fun!

You must travel to Taiwan

Omg I am a local vlogger and found your video really amazing!! Keeping making these travel guides!! Great job dude!

Being told smart is not as bad as you think. Smart in Chinese can also mean handsome. I know coz I get that too LOL

Urban Pack Hostel - one of the best hostel in HK :)

Wow, thanks for this informativ video. :)

I've been to HK but I never saw it and experienced it the way you do. Yours it much more fun. Your editing skills are superb, much respect Mr. LeBlanc!

Excellent video :) congratulations

And to complete the Hong Kong experience check my biggest proyect of the year Hong Kong Tourlapse

nice editing man, and good drone shots

In Hong Kong, they don't say "Ni hao" for Hello, that's in China. They say "Lei Ho" in Hong Kong, as that lady has told you.

People in China speak Mandarin, while people in Hong Kong speak Cantonese. So "Ni hao" definitely doesn't work out in Hong Kong, although some people may understand a limited amount of Mandarin. Many people don't know the diversity of Asian culture. When people see "something Asian", they would say it's a Chinese culture, or Chinese food or Chinese people etc. People seem to use "Chinese culture" to summarize a whole bunch of Asian culture, but then there is Japanese, Korean, Hong Kongese, Thai, Taiwanese, Malay, Chinese, Singaporean culture. Just like in Europe, we have British, German, Italian, French, Spanish culture, you just can't use a word "British culture" to summarize all the other European culture. Dim sum is definitely a Hong Kong food, not a Chinese food. Everyone just makes a mistake, even wikipedia.

You’re awesome!

forest of skyscraper

You should go to repulse bay beach or Bigwave.

We loved Hong Kong, stayed there last year over Xmas and New Year. Hotel Ovolo Southside was amazing a bit outside but from station Wong Chuk Hung we were quickly back in town with the MTR. Plus it was nice to return to a quieter area. We actually spent less money in Hong Kong than we thought we would. Mostly because we enjoyed more to eat street-food. We tried a few restaurants thought, had yummi Dim Sum at DimDimSum and the best Sushi at Sen-Ryo.

Sadly its still no LeBlanc vol. 2 pref the low buget leblanc from the start :(

you're the best

I love katy

Thanks rock!!!

Can somebody made a cracked prank that transparent cable cable car in there.

Impeccable timing, headed there Thursday. Looks like a great city.

Great job on the HK video! Definitely one of my favourite cities to be in and now have some new spots to check out.

Hi can you post link or info about the hostel you stayed in HK?

one hell of an edit. well done man.

Good video! although I want to add that if you can afford the extra $50 and have a budget of around £120 a night you can stay in some 4-5* hotels in the area.

That's looks like a pice of good kitchen, great shot BTW

Hey man u should come to Macau. It s about an hour boat ride to Macau from hongkong.

Jeje esto esta interesante xd creo que tienes nueva suscripción xddddd

but din tai fung is taiwanese

Nailed it!!

Love the leave a pity like part. Yea, I liked it because of that lol.

Eat Hong Kong food in Hong Kong please

Just remind. Din Tai Fung is not a dim sum restaurant. Dim sum is Cantonese cuisine and Din Tai Fung serves Huaiyang (East China) cuisine.

eh. I liked the video but the additional girl was kinda took my attention away

Did you have any issues flying you drone?

OMG (11 I think)... missing file fly by... again :D

can you really fly your drone there?...any issue ?

Wow that intro is

Man, another awesome video, any chance to get the titles of the song you used on epidemic sound. Cheers man Keep up the good work

Yes Kathy has a big heart...and whatever flesh convering the heart is big too...!!

The drone footage are amazing I would like to know what drone have you used. I have the DJI MAVIC Pro. I took few shots in Hong long and lost the drone due to signal loss.

About the food , why don't you try some Hong Kong's signature dishes in Cha Chaan Tang? It is a restaurant which provides some Canto-Western Cuisine and drinks(ie.Milk Tea, egg tart,Hong Kong-style French toast)in lower price and also can be easily found in HK~~

Heading to Japan next year, I think it's way more expensive xD but I keep in mind to budget wisely check out my TRAVELCHANNEL guys, please leave aSub if you like my travel videos in dubai, malaysia, doha and singapore

Actually Hong Kong speaks Cantonese, so it's Nei Ho, not Ni Hao so maybe you need to reconsider who the dumb one is?

A lot different from the HKG I saw....20 years ago

Hey Christian and Katy, great job on the video. My wife and I spent 5 weeks in HK and Macau last Dec and watching this video has given me some great places to check out next time we are there. You are really providing a valuable service, keep up the great work!


that part with the little boy in the basketball court in choi hung had me in tears! i'm from hk and its rare for passerbys to care so much about strangers. thank you for spreading your love and positivity!

It’s the least we could do !

such amazin video, great trip. you really inspire me to do travel vlogging. starting soon. :)

Ding Tai Fung IS NOT DIM SUM.....

Surely you don't get clearance to fly your drone in these places!?

Хааа они бузы хавают и думают какое же это вкусное блюдо при этом отдают большие суммы, а у нас их по 25 р. купить можно и продают их на каждом шагу. Живут в каморках за 100 150 т.р. в месяц и радуются у нас за эти деньги снимать хорошую квартиру целый год можно. Еще раз убеждаюсь, что запад нам пытается пропихнуть гавно в яркой обертке.

Nice video. 22minutes of Hong Kong! I was in HK last week and yes it is expensive. Hope to see you in Philippines :-)

Lol I live here but outside the city where the private schools and the houses are

Best 22min travel Vlog i’ve Ever seen on YouTube. I have an attention span of 30 seconds and I watched the whole video. That’s def a complement.

The amount of editing that when into this is incredible. Loving the new format of #LostLeBlanc

Like the Asian NYC. Loved the tips

They don't appreciate your dad jokes. Lol

I want to recommend Taiwan to you.This country is also many delicious food and wonderful scenery. Din Tai Fung is truly from Taiwan ~~


Another awesome video of an awe-inspiring place I NEED to visit!

U didn't mention one word about the heat and how hot

I saw 10 tips about Bali. You said the Gili's are not belong to Bali, but they do. You said about Nusa Ceningan it's belongs to Bali and it doesn't also Penida and Ceningan. For a guy who travels all the time it's a Big fault to don't this!

Wow hk❣

Please promote genuine universal suffrage for Hong Kong

I live in hk

Your drone game is on point, man.

Cinematics are amazing but would have to disagree with all the food recommendations mentioned except Din Tai Fung which is technically Taiwanese food. When in Hong Kong you need to try local authentic food, street food and actual Chinese food, none of that fusion stuff.

Great video. Very Professional. Your the best at video’s. Very Entertaining. ❤️

The best couple in the youtube game

New sub brah.. love ur style and editing is so lit!! Love from Malaysia!

Ésta clase de Luisito comunica me agrada

Damn nice video man, u shld try to do this in singapore which is the most expensive city to live in


Nice video, next time u should come to not too popular places in HK

Informative vlog thank you

Wow your video of Hong Kong is amazing and very entertaining.

How much on average would you spend for a trip like this?

Actually service in asia is considered a highly regarded thing and is inclusive. Leaving tips may even come across as an insult, as it implies that he or she is doing her best just to get extra money, which in their eyes is not the case, they are not some sort of circus act or beggars, they genuinely want to provide the best service there is, even without reward. So when you tip in asia and when they refuse it, then be respectful and leave it at that, as it could avoid some very awkward situations. In other words, respect other peoples culture, don't force yours on theirs.

I'm pretty sure a lot of taxi drivers would defitnely take the tips lol viewer from HK here

Why did you take taxi so much? You can go to Lantau by MTR (subway/metro/tube) too.

when u go to theyr country and the are really nice but then they come to usa and they are mean

Omg! That voice for the like button is gold

Makes me want to go back to HK so bad! Thanks for sharing!

Great vlog.your so much happier with your new girlfriend.seeing the real you at last.she must be amazing.wr have booked to go to Hong Kong for Xmas with our daughter.take care

Ho Lee Fook this was a fun video!

As much as I miss your more frequent travel videos, I have to admit that this makes up for the "frustration" of not seeing your epic videos more often. I can imagine how challenging this was to put together but you definitely "nailed" it. When I saw those drone shots I knew it was worth the wait. Your narration of HONG KONG and the travel you did while there was very well balanced. I don't know where you got the silly character at the end but who cares. It's nice to add a little comedy/humor to a video and you have been doing that for quite some time. I'm not saying it's been all that funny but that in itself is what makes me laugh at your corny jokes. I probably will never make it to most of the places you travel to. I am doing all I can just to get back to the Philippines next year but I have learned a lot from you over the last couple of years. I now have a used drone that I hope to be testing out very soon; and I have all your videos to learn from for ideas. I guess that's enough for now. Thanks Christian. Looking forward to your next one.

i live in hong kong and the train price actually changes not just $1.7

There's actually two types of shaved "ice" desserts. There's shaved ice which actually feels like shaved ice, and then there is shaved snow which is supper light, soft, and almost like a cotton candy like consistency (my fav).

I’ve been to Hongkong two months ago and I absolutely loved it. Just found your channel today, your content , your videos and your editing is just damn... on another level

where did you stay at?thanks

NICE TIPSsss..btw what song r u using (in the background)?

Seria genial si el video tuviese subtítulos en español :D

Awesome videos! Beautiful couple! Que alegria ver a una pareja tan linda viajando por el mundo y orgullo que es una latina

Hey man, amazing channel i just found. Awesome quality and videography is on point, i can see this channel blowing up.

Did you guys not pass by Macau? It's beautiful!

We've been living and Vlogging in Hong Kong for the last few months, and you've definitely done it justice. Great video as always Christian!!!

Oh!! Hong Kong! Welcome to Hong Kong

I live in HK

That intro got us absolulely hooked! Definitely agree on the Kakigori from Shari Shari - That shaved ice is perfect for the heat and humidity of Hong Kong. Thanks for sharing and newly subbed! :D

New subscriber. Your video was amazing. Hope to visit Hong Kong one day

Omg! I mean the view would not that be amazing if without the best cameraman and the editor of the vid. The video is sooooo lit!

16:38 wtf is this giant looks so retarded hahahahah

just wanted to say you killed this review of hk, thank you and keep it up

Do y'all know what cheap means? Great video though! One of the best!

Nice vid but missing file 11:56

We had a terrible experience at Temple Street Night Market. Glad they're really nice with you guys!

I already gave the LIKE at the beginning of the video but that moment @16:16 (Pity LIKE) just made me unlike and re-LIKE this video. That earned a genuine giggle from me. I'm still awed at the personality you shared. Thank you

Nice kung fu panda background music

So basically. Hong Kong is expensive no matter what

Din Tai Fung is a Chinese food restaurant chain from Taiwan

So I see that you guys are into food!! Welcome to Taiwan since our entire population is made up with foodie

Thanks! Welcome to teamgetlost

Appreciate Katy!

Thx for introducing Hong Kong

HAHAHA that small hotel room with the toilet n bath just in front of the bed is so funny! Not to mention its clear glass too

"A little bit hornier than usual" :DD

viewer from Hong Kong

Actually this isn’t actually the cheapest. You should’ve took the octopus card.

i hope that ur channel will grow up as fast as the quality of ur videos. Great content, nice editing. Good job guys

Very cool video with important information for anyone who wants to visit the place. Thank you and continue to share your content.

awesome video!

Believe it or not Puerto Rico its the most expensive city in the planet. Old San Juan and Condado. Yes, is more expensive than Hong Kong.

2:16 Din Tai Fung is actually Taiwanese but wow awesome editing!

you miss to write down the account of Melissa and Alejandro. :(

A very comprehensive guide!! Appreciate your effort !!! will definitely try the shaved ice! thank you !!

Love your video, great editing! And welcome to Hong Kong!

It’s big pity if you haven’t eaten egg tart,pineapple bun and egg waffle in Hong Kong.

Din tai fung is Taiwanese food

Excellent footage!

Hahahahah the taxi driver singing to Beyond the band lol

Its too fast :(

Ho Lee Food

Love the base in your music.

Din Tai Fong is actually a Taiwanese brand restaurant. May be you can consider to have a trip to Taiwan in the future.

Stan Loona

Whats with your obsession with Times Square..

16:12 imagine if the glass breaks and all of you were standing on the glass floor

Hi may I know which hotel or motel yoy guys checked in to? Thanks

I have a question,may I share your video on my Facebook?

best video ever

I miss Hong Kong

I miss Laura


I wish your gf was mine :P can i please have such a happy and goofy gf god!!

Good job Leblanc! Been to HK dozens of times including twice in the last month and you did it good service!

Choi Hung chinese actually means rainbow lol...all is fake in night market

Lost 'Missing file' LeBlanc :)

if u gonna have a trip of food for the next time travelling in HK, the N.T area(the biggest part of HK) will be your best choice, also the islands.

Why am I even watching this right now? I'm from Hong Kong and I have an exam tomorrow

Thank you for bringing up the good aspects of HK, you boost my waning out enthusiasm of working here

great editing

Din tai feng is from Taiwan btw

Thanks for coming to my home, hope you enjoyed it. But honestly you can get even cheaper if you want in terms of transportation, for example Sai Kung, you can take the buses into the restricted area and it only cost roughtly $1? from the place you parked the car and $3 from the nearest mtr station. We had the BEST transportation system in the world u can literally take mtr or buses to every part in hk and they only cost a little comparing to taxi. If you had little bit more time, i would suggest you visit some even more local area like Tsuen Wan or Yuen Long, there arent that many foreigners in these regions and there are so many great and cheap local food. Also, locals may get a bit rude sometimes, i apologize for that coz we are always in a rush, haha. But anyway thanks for coming to HK and we welcome everyone around the world to visit us.

hey man!! loving your vids, you are actually one of the only few people i subscribe to on here. im planning a trip to HK and was wondering if I go to choi hung and wanted to shoot hoops, do they have balls there or you have to take your own??? thanks

6:44 she meant Choi Hong. Funny for a local to hear Hong Choi instead :p

2:25 Broo those are called Momo's in Nepal and you can get them at around 1.5/2 USD and they are the most famous snacks here . And the test of Nepali Momo's is amazing

Not sure how you guys do your research. But eating at din tai fungi is like eating at chipotle in Canada.

I'm from malaysia and I think I wanna go to Hong Kong soon, thanks to your legendary editing!

I have 9hrs to kill in Hong Kong next month...happy I don't have to pay for accommodation.

Ha I definitely will need a lifetime's saving to travel to Hong kong

It is too expensive to take a taxi to lantau island, you can take the subway to tung chung station instead

Hi ,I come from Hong Kong


Dude you travel all the way to Hong Kong and the first two meals you show are franchises from Taiwan and Japan, Boring

Enjoying Hong Kong on a budget is definitely possible

Love the video! How do you meet all these people to do these activities with you while you're at each city/country?

Go to Tai O for the traditional sleepy fishing villages, not as crowded as Cheung Chau or Lamma Island and it has an amazing beach as well

lol, over $100 USD for taxi. they ripped you off by taking longer routes ;D

Hong Kong is not that expensive just compare a 5 night stay at a 4* downtown hotel in Vancouver, London or New York. I've been to Hong Kong many times and cost has never been an issue.

It's not expensive here it only cost 10000 hkd to rent a house a month

Its terrible to go to china and tip people. You think you can go in and change their culture.

Second? I’m pretty sure Hong Kong’s real estate is #1 most expensive in the world by far...

Is he canandian

Great video what was the name of the hostel?

This video was shot amazingly well. Thank you for all the hard work you two put into it. Makes me definitely want to visit Hong Kong. Didn't know Katy was such a good basketball player (hoop dreams). The food looked yummy x 2.

"ni hao" in Hong Kong + trying to tip with 20 HKD (US$ 2.5) lol...

I really don't know why anyone see HK as a beautiful place now. People are rude, rush, fxxking noisy and too many outsiders (mainly from mainland china). Not many places are worth to look at, dirty places, many people sneeze with wide mouth open and spit whatever and wherever they want. Really poor hygiene in most locals. I can assure you, all are my personal experiences not heresay.

Is it legal to fly a drone in hong kong?

first time ever i saw people traveled to hk and played Basketball and Table Tennis ??? wtf ?

this is what im looking for dude Awesome!!

Love your channel. Honestly refreshing and fun. Thanks for helping me out on all my travels ! Thanks to you I’m 8 countries down , lots to go!

poor White Color

WOW ! SUPER AWESOME vlog , this was so immersive and well , I am planning a trip to Hong Kong , and I am so glad I found your channel , everything is awesome about this video ! , There are so many vlogs about Hong Kong and I think yours is the best , it might be the longest video I have watched on YouTube without skipping any parts , although I only have 3 days in hk , I'll try to check out most of your recommendations in these three days , also your gf is SO CUTE and pretty , keep creating great content like this in the future ! Subbed

Firstly you have a really perfect accent about english so congrats i hope you will come to turkey :)

Hello I am from Hong Kong and I like your video so much! and TBH before 1997, Whole Hong Kong is belong to the British, not only the Hong Kong Island, and Hong Kong mainly separate to three different parts 1) Hong Kong Island 2) Kowloon 3) New Territories , support!

Hong Kong is using Cantonese instead of Mandarin too, so greeting is Nei Ho instead of China using Ni Hao

I’m in HK. I think I can get a tour to you

Hi I just started following --great video!

Thank you for an awesome video, Christian! It really showed all the different sides of Hong Kong! Just a little note, actually both Kowloon and Hong Kong Island (and the whole of Hong Kong) are formerly British. Also, when the shopkeeper was teaching you to say "hello", it's actually "lay ho", which is Cantonese, not "ni hao", which is Mandarin. But it's a really great video overall and I'm glad you liked your visit to Hong Kong!

You gave me another angle to see the place I live. As a Hong Kong people, I still enjoy watching this. Thanks

err... din tai fung is not hong kong food.... it's Huaiyang cuisine...and a chain started in .... taiwan. kinda sad you guys thought that was hong kong food.

How high quality this video is!!! Why still not that much people to watch

Welcome to Hong Kong

Well, your idea of cheap needs some revision.

Sorry about that Ding tai fung is from Taiwan

*At the end you said hit all the buttons

err... went all the way to hong kong only to eat at din tai fung and crystal jade???? err... din tai fung is not hong kong food.... it's Huaiyang cuisine...and a chain started in .... taiwan. hopefully people don't do the same when they visit HK...would be such a waste

Can you tell me the names of the hostels/ hotels you stayed at?

Hong Kong used to be British colony now it is part of China which is sad...: ( Hope for the best for Hong Kong people.

Nice video

Planning my trip to HK next month, from HCMC, and am loving the tips! Getting SO excited!! One of my fav videos of yours :)

No exact amount of cash need! Try the optopus card which work for almost all transportation except taxi. You prepaid the card and at the time leaving can get full amount of refund on the card deposit. Every customer service transit available.

Katy's so precious!

Din Tai Feng is great but it's actually from Taiwan, I recommend Lin Heung Lau or Luk Yu Tea house when you visit again. They are both iconic and historic traditional dim sum places in the city.

Love this... Had me from the opening shots!

Everything I love about Hong Kong embodied in this video!!

Having a good amount of money to enjoy my life freely but I still LOVE to travel as cheap as possible, only for the sole fact I get more into the culture and people. I don't care about staying in the nicest hotels eating 5 star. I do enjoy that sometimes, but I enjoy being deep into the culture.

good point on tipping. I do that as well esp if that person has made my day extra special. Its good to help them from your heart. Even if they accept or not just give it, it is a great help for them. God bless u man!

Best videos ever!! Dont ever quit this job your amazing!!!!!

I thought you were KHS for half the time! (

....$120 for a hostel...???.....Hong Kong might be too expensive....

welcome to hk :)

Big fan of your videos! LOVE this video of my city!! It's so rich and you managed to fit so much in! There's also a free app produced by the Tourism Board called QPoint which shares quality assured shopping and dining offers. Think it'd be quite useful too: :)

Love the part where you stood up and spent time with the kid! That taxi too, I have literally never seen a taxi decorated like that in my life in HK .. that driver is awesome!

This was without a shadow of doubt the worst HK video I've ever seen. I eat better food here in London Chinatown and why would you want to look so ignorant? How do you say Hello in Hong kong? Smh You could at least have learned how to say a few basic words like Hello and Thank you on the plane or something. By the way, it's Exist not Excisted dummy.

Ignore his comment about leaving a tip you absolutely do not do that simply praise them if you had good service as in Asia they strive to do their best and make you happy and tipping implies they do it only for money and is considered offensive

Becstarz Salway Oh good to know, although in some places they do treat tourists and locals differently

+Millennial Travel Confessions not in Thailand and hk is a no my sister in law lives there

Becstarz Salway I know that’s the case in Japan as we spent quite some time vlogging in Japan but SE Asian counties do expect a tip generally. Not sure about HK though

How to travel cheap, but all I have seen was bloody posh couple...nah totally not my style of video to watch.

Half the shit this guy says is like... tourist shit. It's totally wrong.

4:53 彩虹!

Love this city!!! Coming soon

Love it! I liked yor video. Perhaps we could subscribe to each other's channel since we both love travel )

I m from hong kong !...hope u enjoy hong kong...some of the shot and yr editing skills are ....amazing...i havent discover my city from some of your views.....btw, are u using mavic2??

I had a bad first impression with hong kong but would like to try and see the place again after watching this vid

Chinese don't eat bao, that's a hamburger, we only eat baozi

Thank you for not acting like you have an orgasm in your mouth when you have tasty food like most of the YouTubers. Actually, it is common to tip. If you go to higher end restaurants, they would automatically include gratuity on your bill. If you go to fast food or cafe style establishment, you are don't tip. Sometimes I would tip the taxi driver. It depends on how friendly the driver is or if he goes a longer route. After midnight, many of the taxi would only drive you across the bay (HK to Kowloon or Kowloon to HK) because they charge you more and it also guarantees a much longer route. When it is hard to catch a taxi, I would tip the driver. They never refused and always said thanks.

All the restaurants were japanese

If you want to have a Cantonese dim dum meal in Hong Kong, you can go to some other cheaper dim sum restaurants not only 添好運 (Tim-ho-wan).

Din Tai Feng is from Taiwan, lol

Sorry to let u know that Ding Tai Fung is from Taiwan..hahaha.. :)

First time to watch vlog! As a Hong Kong resident I appreciate you introduced Hong Kong to others!

The video is so nicely taken, keep it up

din tai fung is from taiwan.....not local

Excellent video! I’m going to use your recommendations when I go there next Year! Thank you

Wow!!! This video should get an award for such an incredible explanation of every minute details required for first time visitor ! Moreover, the whole presentation idea of the video was brilliant !!!! Loved the way you askEd us to like the video

Is drone legal in hk?

i miss hk

Man, I can only imagine you much time you put in this video. Much respect and a big inspiration for the Roadrebelz!!

sensational welcome to Home of Himalayas now #AlpineRambleTreks

Your new travel guide is very good idea!

The heart and soul of the people of Hong Kong is Cantonese. It is like it keeps on chanting “diao nei lou mou” forever. It pretty much sums up the essence of Hong Kong.

We loved this video!! For everybody else that loved it and loves travel vlogs in general, we are just starting out and would love and appreciate some feedback from you guys, the experts!

No way! You went to Tin Tai Fung? It is a Taiwan thing. You should go to Chuen Lung (川龍)for 飲茶. Check it out next time you come to HK. Also the Crystal Jade, it is just a tourist restaurant. Expensive but nothing special. Next time you should try 腸粉(sorry I don’t know in English)and various types of congee for your breakfast. Also next time go to 飛鵝山 which is another spot for beautiful view of HK at Kowloon side.

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