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With colourful neon lights, vibrant street markets, and a glorious gastro scene, Hong Kong is a city dweller's paradise. Experience the best of this bustling metropolis with our insider guide on what to eat, see, and do.

RETAIL THERAPY

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3–27, Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

With over 450 luxury brands and retail stores, Harbour City is a haven for shoppers. Amble through this massive mall, and grab a bit at their harbour-view restaurants. Ocean Terminal Deck is an observation deck that offers a 270-degree panorama of Victoria Harbour as well as breathtaking views of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon — even if you’re not a hardcore shopper, it’s still a great place to unwind after a long day.

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93 Queen's Road Central

 

Enjoy a breath of fresh air at the revitalised Central Market. Inside, you’ll find lush greenery and an eclectic mix of market stalls, including street food stores, specialty restaurants, cultural boutiques, and local retailers.

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3–27, Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

With over 450 luxury brands and retail stores, Harbour City is a haven for shoppers. Amble through this massive mall, and grab a bit at their harbour-view restaurants. Ocean Terminal Deck is an observation deck that offers a 270-degree panorama of Victoria Harbour as well as breathtaking views of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon — even if you’re not a hardcore shopper, it’s still a great place to unwind after a long day.

HISTORICAL ATTRACTIONS

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STAR FERRY TERMINAL AND CLOCK TOWER

Your Hong Kong trip isn't complete without a ride on the historic Star Ferry, which offers gorgeous skyline views. Before you get your tickets, check out the 44-metre-tall Clock Tower beside the ferry terminal. It's the only remnant of the original Kowloon-Canton Railway Terminus Building.

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TAI KWUN

Originally the site of the old police headquarters, Tai Kwun — which means “big station” — is now Hong Kong's Centre for Heritage and Arts. Explore restored colonial buildings, and take part in exciting programmes and exhibitions that showcase our city's culture and history.

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PMQ

In 1951, this multi-storey building housed the families of married Central Police staff. Today, PMQ stands in its place. A chic creative hub, it boasts a medley of art galleries, cafes, and designer shops — ideal for exploring, relaxing, or people-watching.

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FOR FAMILY, FRIENDS, COUPLES

STAR FERRY TERMINAL AND CLOCK TOWER

Your Hong Kong trip isn't complete without a ride on the historic Star Ferry, which offers gorgeous skyline views. Before you get your tickets, check out the 44-metre-tall Clock Tower beside the ferry terminal. It's the only remnant of the original Kowloon-Canton Railway Terminus Building.

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FOR FAMILY, FRIENDS, COUPLES

TAI KWUN

Originally the site of the old police headquarters, Tai Kwun — which means “big station” — is now Hong Kong's Centre for Heritage and Arts. Explore restored colonial buildings, and take part in exciting programmes and exhibitions that showcase our city's culture and history.

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FOR FAMILY, FRIENDS, COUPLES

PMQ

In 1951, this multi-storey building housed the families of married Central Police staff. Today, PMQ stands in its place. A chic creative hub, it boasts a medley of art galleries, cafes, and designer shops — ideal for exploring, relaxing, or people-watching.

LOCAL MARKETS

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TEMPLE STREET NIGHT MARKET

Located in the vibrant Yau Ma Tei district, Temple Street Night Market is a popular street bazaar. Here, you can bargain for better prices, feast on tantalising street snacks, or have your fortunes told. There's a buzzing atmosphere here that you won't find anywhere else.

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JADE MARKET

In Chinese culture, jade is considered more valuable than gold. It symbolises beauty, sincerity, and power, and you'll find every jade accessory imaginable at Hong Kong’s Jade Market. From clinking necklaces to iconic bangles, it's the perfect place to shop and sate your curiosity.

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ANTIQUE MARKET

If you’re looking for a quirky touch of Hong Kong to bring home, Cat Street Market is the go-to! Explore this antique market and check out all kinds of weird and wonderful curios, including Chinese antiques, Mao statues, and mahjong tiles. Walking away empty-handed is near impossible.

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Drop by Parkes Street and Wu Soong Street for local food stalls and seafood restaurants.
Steven Wong, Chief Concierge
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TEMPLE STREET NIGHT MARKET

Located in the vibrant Yau Ma Tei district, Temple Street Night Market is a popular street bazaar. Here, you can bargain for better prices, feast on tantalising street snacks, or have your fortunes told. There's a buzzing atmosphere here that you won't find anywhere else.

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Food lovers can make a detour to the Yau Ma Tei Wholesale Fruit Market, and shop for exotic fruits.
X, Concierge
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JADE MARKET

In Chinese culture, jade is considered more valuable than gold. It symbolises beauty, sincerity, and power, and you'll find every jade accessory imaginable at Hong Kong’s Jade Market. From clinking necklaces to iconic bangles, it's the perfect place to shop and sate your curiosity.

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If you need a break during your shopping spree, relax at one of the many fantastic cafes in the area.
X, Concierge
FOR FAMILY, FRIENDS, COUPLES

ANTIQUE MARKET

If you’re looking for a quirky touch of Hong Kong to bring home, Cat Street Market is the go-to! Explore this antique market and check out all kinds of weird and wonderful curios, including Chinese antiques, Mao statues, and mahjong tiles. Walking away empty-handed is near impossible.

MUSEUMS AND CULTURAL CENTRES

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HONG KONG MUSEUM OF ART

Housing a collection of more than 17,000 items, the Hong Kong Museum of Art is a must-visit for culture vultures. Wander around, and immerse yourself in the city's cultural heritage through Chinese antiques, paintings, and works from contemporary local artists.

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XIQU CENTRE

Located at the edge of the West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong's Xiqu Centre is the newest arts hub for Cantonese opera. Join a tour to learn more about the breathtaking venue, or watch a dazzling opera performance.

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M+

As Asia’s first global museum of contemporary visual culture, M+ owns a wide collection from Hong Kong, Greater China, Asia and beyond. Immerse in the visual arts, designs, architectures and moving images, and enjoy a stroll along the promenade in the West Kowloon Cultural District.

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The museum is closed on Thursdays, except for public holidays, and on the first two days of the Chinese New Year.
Steven Wong, Chief Concierge
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HONG KONG MUSEUM OF ART

Housing a collection of more than 17,000 items, the Hong Kong Museum of Art is a must-visit for culture vultures. Wander around, and immerse yourself in the city's cultural heritage through Chinese antiques, paintings, and works from contemporary local artists.

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The building’s compelling design was inspired by traditional Chinese lanterns. Within the breezy atrium, there's plenty of space for visitors to gather, mingle, and snap picture-perfect shots.
Steven Wong, Chief Concierge
FOR FAMILY, FRIENDS, COUPLES

XIQU CENTRE

Located at the edge of the West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong's Xiqu Centre is the newest arts hub for Cantonese opera. Join a tour to learn more about the breathtaking venue, or watch a dazzling opera performance.

FOR FAMILY, FRIENDS, COUPLES

M+

As Asia’s first global museum of contemporary visual culture, M+ owns a wide collection from Hong Kong, Greater China, Asia and beyond. Immerse in the visual arts, designs, architectures and moving images, and enjoy a stroll along the promenade in the West Kowloon Cultural District.

CAFE AND COFFEE SHOPS

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COFFEE SPOTS AT TAI NAN STREET

Formerly the centre of Hong Kong’s textiles industry, Sham Shui Po is now one of Hong Kong's hippest neighbourhoods. Amidst historical buildings and traditional restaurants, you'll find a growing community of charming coffee joints, concept shops, and art studios.

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ELEPHANT GROUNDS

With a laid-back vibe, Elephant Grounds is a great spot for cafe hoppers and coffee aficionados. Savour their espresso blend, made with a mix of beans from different parts of the globe for a sharp flavour with a smooth and fruity finish. You can also buy single-origin beans to brew at home.

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MAMADAY

Tucked away in an unassuming building on the skirts of Causeway Bay, this quirky fusion cafe is anything but 'mamaday' — which translates to ‘so-so’ in Cantonese. Settle in and indulge in their bestselling dishes, such as the Soft-Shell Crab Pizza, and Pork Udon.

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FOR FAMILY, FRIENDS, COUPLES

COFFEE SPOTS AT TAI NAN STREET

Formerly the centre of Hong Kong’s textiles industry, Sham Shui Po is now one of Hong Kong's hippest neighbourhoods. Amidst historical buildings and traditional restaurants, you'll find a growing community of charming coffee joints, concept shops, and art studios.

FOR FAMILY, FRIENDS, COUPLES

ELEPHANT GROUNDS

With a laid-back vibe, Elephant Grounds is a great spot for cafe hoppers and coffee aficionados. Savour their espresso blend, made with a mix of beans from different parts of the globe for a sharp flavour with a smooth and fruity finish. You can also buy single-origin beans to brew at home.

FOR FAMILY, FRIENDS, COUPLES

MAMADAY

Tucked away in an unassuming building on the skirts of Causeway Bay, this quirky fusion cafe is anything but 'mamaday' — which translates to ‘so-so’ in Cantonese. Settle in and indulge in their bestselling dishes, such as the Soft-Shell Crab Pizza, and Pork Udon.

OUR TEAM

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OUR TEAM

A Hong Kong native, Steven Wong offers guests the best insider tips on dining, sightseeing, and entertainment. He has over a decade of experience in the hospitality industry, and also serves as the Board of Director - International Delegate of the prestigious Les Clefs d'Or Hong Kong.

STEVEN WONG, CHIEF CONCIERGE
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