Have a Drink or Three
Lan Kwai Fong
HK’s best known party hotspot home to 100s of bars, clubs and restaurants.
Tiki Cocktail Lounge makes after-hours cheeky.
Wyndham The 4th
A stylish speak-easy located just steps away.
Salon Number 10
Rooftop bar with perfect panoramic views of Kowloon and Hong Kong skyline.
For the shopaholics
Super shopping complex and skyscrapers with theatres, dining, shopping galore. Includes transport links all over HK + Airport Express.
The Lanes of Central
This is a miniature Stanley Market and a less touristy version of Lady’s market. Here you can find fabrics of vibrant colours and souvenirs of all sorts.
An antique market where you can find treasures rich with historical values which are perfect as souvenirs.
Places you can’t miss
The Peak Tram
Historic tramway and museum that takes you to HK’s best views atop Victoria Peak.
International dining, antiquing and shopping along the Mid-Levels escalator.
Macau Ferry Terminal
By helicopter or hovercraft, you can hit the glitz, glamour and gambling of Macau easily.
Man Mo Temple
The temple, dating from the 1840’s, is devoted to MAN, the god of literature and civil servants, and MO, the god of war, whose statues flank the altar.
Dried Seafood Street
Walk around the area and get a taste of old Hong Kong fish village style.
The Guilty Pleasures
Luk Yu Tea House
Golden oldie for best tea and dim-sum around.
Delicious Dai-Pai-Dong-meets-Haute-Cuisine fusion. Book ahead.
Les Fils a Maman
A gourmet Frenchy hideaway in Central. For a quiter food getaway that isn’t too faraway.
Buzzy Robatayaki Japanese street food joint and social hangout in Sheung Wan. Hip waitstaff delight with a selection of mod-yakitori, house sake and KFC! Gets packed quick.
Enjoy a nice afternoon tea and you may even have a chance to see a live show.