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Hong Kong: A Guide To The Multi-Faceted City

Anyone can shop and dine, but to do it the most memorable way possible in Hong Kong takes some research. True, you could go straight to Michelin-starred restaurants or have your hotel concierge find a personal shopper, but if you are up to a new experience without venturing too far from your comfort zone, we’ve got something just for you. 

All routes lead to the Southeast Asian hub

Explore a small neighbourhood with celestially-inspired street names – Sun, Moon, Star – hidden behind the iconic Pacific Place skyscrapers, and discover an idyllic lifestyle between independent boutiques and local cafés. Navigate Hong Kong’s overwhelming dining scene with our trusty compass that will take you south by southeast to savour Asian specialties, or to the Old World, with French and Italian fare. For frequent travellers or short stays in town, personalised catering, yoga classes and professional facials keep you in top form, ready for autumn.

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Yachting under the stars

Charter the 27-metre wooden yacht Michelangelo with stunningly restored Chinese shipbuilding details and explore the waters of Hong Kong during an overnight cruise while enjoying Michelin-starred catering on board.

Michelangelo Cruises

Tel. +852 6621 1691

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Dine at the chef’s table

Cantonese cuisine has always been about ordering off the menu, and what better way to savour the day’s freshest ingredients – from seafood to produce – than to enjoy them right at the chef’s own table?

T'ang Court

The Langham, Hong Kong

8 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Tel. +852 2132 7898

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Indulge in a spa exclusive

It’s not enough just to be pampered. Collaborations between the city’s best spas and international skincare brands bring you Hong Kong-exclusive treatments that you can enjoy only here.

T'ang Court

8 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong