Filipino blogger Kryz Uy joins TLC’s ‘A Taste of Hong Kong’

posted August 31, 2017 at 05:20 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbitz
See Asia’s Word City in a whole new light as TLC Southeast Asia, in partnership with Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB), presents an all-new season of A Taste of Hong Kong on TLC. 

Now on its fourth season, A Taste of Hong Kong, hosted by singer-actress Josie Ho joined by well-followed travelers from around the region in each episode, shows an insider tour of the city. The audience gets to know her favorite spots, and discovers an eclectic mix of rustic and modern oriental that Hong Kong has to offer.

Among them is Cebu-based Filipino travel and lifestyle blogger, Kryz Uy. With close to 500K followers on Instagram and a well-read life, style and travel blog, Kryz is one of the more notable influencers of her generation. She appears alongside Daphne Charice, an upcoming singer and party and lifestyle blogger from Malaysia, in the first episode of A Taste of Hong Kong. Together with Josie, the trio went on a unique 24-hour tour of Hong Kong, with stops in the city’s most iconic and Instagram-worthy destinations, and visits to its most interesting food haunts. 

Blogger Kryz Uy (rightmost) joined by Josie Ho and Daphne Charice in a touristy pose in Hong Kong
On her unforgettable experience with the crew, Kryz shares, “Being able to work with Josie Ho was such an incredible opportunity.” She adds, “Getting to explore Hong Kong from a local’s perspective was so refreshing, and definitely makes me want discover more hidden gems in the city.”

In A Taste of Hong Kong Season 4, TLC gives viewers a glimpse of Hong Kong’s visually stimulating locations such as Old Town Central, a contrasting neighborhood and amazing landmark destination revealing over 100 years of Hong Kong history. Kryz enthuses, “If Old Town Central alone already has so many things to offer, I can’t imagine what else the rest of Hong Kong awaits me!” 

Topics: TLC Southeast Asia , Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) , A Taste of Hong Kong , Kryz Uy
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