Mandarin Oriental is ideally located near many Hong Kong must-see attractions and experiences. To learn about Hong Kong’s storied past, explore the Museum of Teaware, the Hong Kong Maritime Museum, the Liang Yi Museum filled with antiques , or Man Mo Temple, where guests traditionally make a wish.
PMQ, or the fomer Police Married Quarters, is a Hong Kong hotspot which has been repurposed as an arts hub, with small shops owned by local artists and talent lining the floors alongside trendy restaurants and bars. The SOHO neighborhood and Lan Kwai Fong are other hip havens.
Families will love the Hong Kong Zoological & Botanical Gardens, where children can see lemurs, monkeys, and giant turtles, and relax in Hong King Park. The Observation Wheel also provides striking views over the city. With so many options of things to do, it’s hard not to fall in love with Hong Kong.
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