How to spend 48 hours in four Asian cities: natives offer tips
Make the most of visits to Seoul, Shanghai, Tokyo and Phnom Penh with these insiders' knowledge
We can't help it. As the sticky summer days loom in Hong Kong, our thoughts turn to getting away ... even if it's just for a weekend. That's why the Post's 48 Hours magazine recently asked natives of some of Asia's most happening cities to give us their inside tips on where to eat, stay, shop and party. To read full guides to each of the cities below, click on the headlines.
After living for years in New Zealand, Jin-ho Lee is back in his native South Korea, where he’s a TV chef and author. And he knows exactly what’s hot — whether the topic is food or culture
China's second city is first on many people's lists for a weekend getaway. Nightlife entrepreneur Cody Allen offers his favourite spots to eat, drink and explore.
Fashion designer Limi Yamamoto lets us in on some of her secret and favourite corners in Tokyo.
Cambodia's capital is fast becoming the regional hub of underground music. Marissa Carruthers spends a weekend with DJ Simon C Vent to discover some of the hottest spots
For dozens more stories about holidays in Asia, see our Asia travel page