Sam heads to 2 of the most dynamic cities in China, Hong Kong and Macau. In Hong Kong, Sam hits the busy streets, seeing old Chinese traditions coexisting alongside remnants of the country's colonial past.Go to Episode
Sam uncovers great finds at the city's most famous market.
Temple St. & Ma Ming Lane, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon
Sam rides a cable car, enjoying spectacular views of Lantau, Hong Kong's largest island.
11 Tat Tung Rd. Tung Chung, Lantau, Hong Kong
Sam visits the Buddha statue and is guided by a monk through the monastery en route to fortune sticks.
Lantua Island, Ngong Ping
Sam takes a tour of the village and learns how to dry fish.
Kowloon Star Ferry Pier
Sam takes a classic ride across the Victoria harbor to the pier.
Sam rides the famous series of escalators going from Des Voeux Road up to Conduit Road.
Central, Hong Kong Island
Canal Road Flyover
Sam meets up with the Paper Tiger Ladies, who continue the old Chinese tradition of villain hitting.
Hong Kong Island
Sam takes a Junk boat ride out to Pak Lap to go abseiling.
28 Staunton St., Central, Hong Kong
Sam hikes and goes abseiling down the cliffs of Pak Lap in the New Territories.
Rm. 1201, 12/F, Loon Kee Building, 267-275 Des Voeux Rd., Central, Hong Kong
Sam meets up with one of Hong Kong's most competitive dragon-boat teams.
Sam takes a helicopter ride from Hong Kong to Macau.
Sam gets fitted for a dress, which she wears later to the casino.
Ground Floor Burlington Arcade, 94 Nathan Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui , Kowloon, Hong Kong
Sam meets twins Julio and Dino, who make up the popular rockband Soler.
Sam begins her tour at Largo do Senado and sees the barracks, church and downtown, and enjoys Portuguese egg tarts.
Sam takes a walk around the outer rim that encircles the tower.
Largo da Torre de Macau, Macau, SAR