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Hong Kong’s most Instagrammable dishes

The city is full of food that looks just as good as it tastes #nofilterneeded

Hong Kong is one of the world’s great food cities. But it’s also one of the world’s great tech-equipped cities ­– on average, each Hongkonger owns two and a half mobile phones. The main confluence of these two realities? Instagram, naturally. Little wonder – the city is packed full of delicious, photogenic delights. So grab your phone and remember the one immutable Hong Kong rule: the camera always, always eats first.

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A local’s guide to Copenhagen: 10 top tips

The best way to get a handle on the Danish capital’s alluring mix of old and modern design, and its eclectic range of bars and restaurants, is on two wheels

There’s no better way to explore the hidden treasures of Copenhagen than on a bike. Rent one and discover all kinds of small wonders that aren’t in the guidebooks. In particular, Nørrebro and Vesterbro are great areas to explore by bike, because of their many small streets. It is an easy way to get around, but beware: some Danish cyclists can be a bit aggressive towards people who do not follow the rules.

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