Hong Kong

China, Asia

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    Biggest, best, busiest—a city of superlatives

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    Biggest, best, busiest—a city of superlatives

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    Biggest, best, busiest—a city of superlatives

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    Biggest, best, busiest—a city of superlatives

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    Biggest, best, busiest—a city of superlatives

How to enjoy Hong Kong

Hidden temples, crooked alleys and the unmistakable outline of an ancient junk silhouetted against the mirror-finish of a 21st century tower in Victoria Harbour

  • For amazing views of the city and the spectacular Symphony of Lights, where reflected lasers set the water aglow, charter an evening harbor cruise
  • To see the city set out at your feet in all of its glory, head to Hong Kong’s highest point, The Peak. We recommend ascending by The Peak Tram
  • For an intriguing insight into Hong Kong’s ancient Chinese heritage, visit the 500 year old walled village of Kat Hing Wai

To truly make the most of Hong Kong, take yourself to a department store as soon as is humanly possibly after your plane touches down on. We recommend Sogo, Sincere or LCX. There you can buy a beautiful and, more importantly, empty bag ready to be filled with the booty of your trip. Whether shockingly low-priced silks from Stanley Market or the very latest in consumer electronics, Hong Kong is probably the world’s best and most sumptuous bazaar.

For a Hong Kong institution, head to Luk Yu, a colonial-style tea house located downtown where they serve dim sum to die for. And then there is the bespoke tailoring. There are plenty to choose from. Nathan Road is a good place to find one, including the celebrity haunts Sam’s Tailors and Punjab House. They won’t be cheap, but the quality and tradition will make this item a wardrobe favorite.

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    When to visit Hong Kong

    Visit during the Chinese New Year for an unforgettable and joyful party. Or for a spectacle unlike any other in the world take in the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in June.

Hotels we adore in Hong Kong

  • Gourmet guide

    There’s a world of excellent dining in Hong Kong.

    Sun Tung Lok has been serving up Cantonese cuisine for over four decades, gaining a clutch of Michelin stars along the way. Put it on your “must do” list.

    There’s a Hong Kong outpost of L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon or why not try its sister, Le Jardin, which is located in a delightful rooftop garden.

    The Italian restaurant scene is thriving. Top picks are Grissini and Otto e Mezzo.

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