Welcome one and all to today’s Disabled Travelers blog! Since we recently took our first accessible voyage to Asia by checking out handicapped travel in Japan, I thought we would continue the trend for a little while in this post. With that in mind, we’re heading to Hong Kong, a fascinating locale on the southern coast of mainland China that, until very recently, was a British territory for close to a hundred years. It remains one of the most iconic locations in China. Home to about seven million people, it boasts a major tourism industry, including a growing segment catering to handicapped travelers.