The capital of statement-making skyscrapers, 24-hour city living and out-of-this-world dining scene, Hong Kong ticks every city-break box. Whether you want to enjoy an eclectic mix of temples and terrain or go stellar shopping, there's no place like Hong Kong! Breathe, and take notes to enjoy the best of Asia's most sensational city.
Before you get lost in gallery hopping and outstanding shopping, make sure you’ve checked the below list of things to do!
1. Victoria Peak – One of the main ‘high’ lights of Hong Kong is the Victoria Peak. Go up for a spectacular view of the city.
2. Ngong Ping's Cable Car - A brilliant way to see the world's biggest seated outdoor Buddha.
3. Local markets - Apart from the Ladies Market, if there's one other that you would like to see then make sure it's the Temple Street Night Market. Awash with brightly lit stalls, this market is heaven for everything from gismoz and suitcases to accessories and clothing.
Glamorous and gracious in equal measure, Hong Kong’s food and nightlife is the one to boast about! Whether you want to dine at a top-class restaurant or sip on delicious cocktails overlooking the best views of the cities, Hong Kong’s got plenty to offer. Start your culture fix with Cantonese cuisine at Duddell’s where you can feast on Michelin-starred Cantonese cuisine or head to Hong Kong’s latest ‘it’ place, Aberdeen Street Social for creative cocktails and a buzzing atmosphere. If you are in a mood to splurge, check out the utterly glamorous Ozone Bar, located at the world’s highest hotel, the Ritz Carlton. For celebrity spotting and incredible views of the harbor, go nowhere else than Sevva in Central.
Macau is the L.A. of the East. Here’s why, if you happen to be in Hong Kong, ensure to spare at least one whole day to make the most of its glittering entertainment. From the gorgeous Macau tower located at the heart of the island to the most talked about Venetian, there’s a lot to see and do in Macau. Whether you’re an entertainment lover, a history buff or a culinary enthusiast, spend your time at the Cotai Strip for the best of what Macau has to offer! As far as the dilemma of 'what-to-wear' goes, put on a classic Breton-striped dress that will seamlessly take you from day to night. Keep it casual with a backpack and flat shoes during the day and switch to a statement-making bag and heels come night.
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