Hong Kong is a city that works and plays hard against one of the most dramatic skylines in the world. Here’s how to make the most of your visit.
From the boardroom to souvenirs, our quick tips for a smooth trip.
Need another excuse to go to Honkers?
Stylish sanctuary in the middle of Hong Kong's Central that attracts an arty crowd.
And why you should, too.
Great bar, well-spaced tables for discreet conversations and more.
Perfectly positioned in the heart of Hong Kong's executive territory.
This tiny restaurant and bar, tucked away in the Sheung Wan backstreets, has become one of Hong Kong’s hottest tables.
Good coffee, pastries and excellent Bircher muesli.
The terrace at Sevva is the place to impress.
Ascot Change continues to provide high-end business wear to discerning clients.
For a selection of unique boutiques and cafes, visit Starstreet and environs, a hip neighbourhood in Wan Chai.
Luxury brand devotees are amply catered to in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong is home to some fantastic markets selling everything from linen to jewellery and beautiful flowers.
No visit to Hong Kong is complete without some of these great experiences. Here's how to fit them into your busy schedule.
For elegant Asian-inspired clothing, jewellery and homewares, Shanghai Tang is the go-to.
This rooftop bar and terrace is popular with the banker set and is the perfect place to impress clients.
Café Gray Deluxe boasts breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour in its elegant dining room.
With vast floor-to-ceiling windows and picture-postcard views of the Hong Kong skyline, striking and seductive Hutong is the place to impress guests.
Experience British fare via Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton.
Delicious Italian fare and expansive harbour views make this buzzy Italian one of Hong Kong’s best-loved restaurants.
Head here for organic, wholesome, sustainable fare.
Brunch at one of Hong Kong's finest.
David Tang’s China Club serves some of the best dim sum in town.
This neighbourhood tapas bar in Wan Chai has quickly become an ongoing hit with Hong Kong foodies.
Sultry Shanghai-inspired interiors give Mott 32 a dramatic sense of occasion.
A classic afternoon tea is a quintessentially Hong Kong experience.
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