Michael Faust Reveals Hong Kong Travel Secrets for Printing Japan

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Hi. What do you do?

Internet Entrepreneur | Author | Blogger | Mentor

What are some of the most amazing things about your city?

Hong Kong is a mecca for food. Walk down almost any street, or look up one floor and within 10 metres you have another place to eat from $5 a meal all the way up to $500 a meal.

The Skyline looking from Kowloon side to Hong Kong Island at night is truly one of the top views in the world. Head to the Intercontinental Hotel for a drink and soak in the views if you want luxury or take a drink with you and watch the nightly laser show from the shoreline. For business, see printing japan.

Where would you go on a lonely Wednesday evening?

The boardwalk on the foreshore at Kowloon side has live entertainment from local entertainers and is always a hive of activity as people swarm to get a selfie looking out over the Hong Kong Island skyline of glittering lights on all the high-rise buildings.

Where are the best places to go when the weather is horrible?!

Get the MTR to Central and you are in shopping heaven. Take in a movie or enjoy a meal with magnificent water views.

What’s the most romantic restaurant in this city and WHY?

Caprice at the Four Seasons Hotel on Hong Kong Island. Magnificent ambience and decor, chefs galore to attend to your every whim, service they makes you feel like you’re the most valued customer in the restaurant. It’s not cheap but it’s an experience you will treasure.

What are your best money saving tips?

Get into the side streets and check out the great eating places that are a fraction of the price of the tourist strips. Look for where the locals gather to eat. Get a Octopus Card to save on the cost of travel on the Subway, Ferries, Buses and Trams. Go to the local markets and haggle. Drive a hard bargain and you will be surprised how often you will get a VERY low price.

What are your goals?

My passion is travel and teaching people how to live a life like it’s one long vacation. I’ve visited more than 40 countries and lived on 4 continents but I feel my travel story has only just begun. The more places I see the more I want to see more. Our new business Travel and Cash is now launching aimed at providing a practical way for people to enjoy more travel and have the cash to do so!

What or WHO would help you hit your goals?

I’d love to build alliances with people who founded and run companies like Virgin, AirBnB, HomeAway, etc who continue to revolutionise the way we think about travel. They continue to evolve and challenge the norms.

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Michael Faust Travels Cape Town for Printing Company

Michael Faust Reveals Travel Secrets from Cape Town

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Where is your city?

South Africa

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

Head down to the Waterfront precinct and enjoy live music, street entertainment, great water and mountain views, and restaurants from every corner of the globe from budget to fine dining.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

Willoughby Brothers at the Waterfront. Best sushi I’ve eaten anywhere in the world after visiting 40 countries. Made fresh on the premises with fish caught on their own boats, authentic Japanese chefs, and staff that are always friendly. It’s always busy which means the good is great and the vibe is always relaxed. We ate there 3 times a week for 6 months and never got bored. The Spicy Shrimp Roll is my favourite!

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Head down to Camps Bay for breakfast and coffee with great choices everywhere and then walk along the beach and seaside walkways to Clifton Beach.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

Stellenbosch is full of vineyards, many with cafes and restaurants to showcase the local wines, and fresh local produce. You can easily enjoy a full day tasting wines, sampling gourmet foods, and buying local arts and crafts.

Anything else you want to add?

Cape Town has the best waterfront precinct of any I’ve seen in the world with magical views of Table Mountain, a mountain that day by day draws you in to it’s magical presence. One day it can be bathed in cloud like a woollen blanket, and other days basking in sun and hikers making their way to the top, or taking the cable car. Cape Town has everything from beaches, to vineyards, to mountains, to nightlife. I spend the best 6 months of my life there.

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