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18 Chak Cheung St, Ma Liu Shui, Hong Kong
This luxurious spa takes its name from the local "Sha Tin pomelo," and its inspiration is inescapable from the minute you arrive. You're first greeted with a refreshing pomelo drink, and treatments also put the fruit's healing abilities into...
Sha Tin, Hong Kong
It's tricky to find, tucked behind a Chinese cemetery, and a long climb (431 stairs!) to the top. But it's well worth the effort. Despite the name, the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, or Man Fat Tsz, isn’t actually a monastery. No monks live on...
5 Chi Lin Dr, Diamond Hill, Hong Kong
A tranquil oasis in the middle of Hong Kong with exquisite gardens and temples, this was crafted just 14 years ago without the use of nails or any other intrusive metal fastening devices. It is also worth a visit to its vegan cafeteria—the food...
131 Tseung Tau Village, Shap Sze Heung, Sai Kung, Hong Kong
Venture out to beautiful Sai Kung in the New Territories for memorable meal at this three-storey Mediterranean-style house. On a sunny day, you can be seated out on the lawn to enjoy your meal while enjoying the views of Sai Kung's clear waters....
Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui, Nathan Rd, 100號18/F, The One
The name says it all: This is the place to go for tapas and sangria. Spanish chef Quim Hernandez's signature dishes include potato pudding with cream, and the Silverglass Toast with Iberico Ham, but what better to pair his scrumptious menu, with...
18號 Hanoi Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
As the first Art Mall in the world, K11 has year-round exhibitions and special installations on display, featuring both local and international artists. K11 is also keen on supporting local talents through the K11 Artist Klub art community...
Hong Kong, 尖沙咀廣東道30號306
Before visiting Hong Kong, a foodie friend had warned me that the Michelin-starred restaurants weren't all that. Food just as good was to be had from the hole-in-the-wall joints, and splurging was pointless. I was on the hunt for something I had...
Second Floor, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Every foodie knows Chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, or simply, Chef Nobu. His reputation for creating some of the most beautiful and delicious Japanese dishes, influenced by his training and experience abroad, has been applauded around the world. This...
1 Expo Dr, Hong Kong
Treat your kiddies to a later bedtime while on vacation in Kong Kong by capping off the evening at the world’s largest permanent light and sound show. "A Symphony of Lights" has 44 buildings on both sides of the harbor lighting up in a...
Hong Kong, Wan Chai, Johnston Rd, 60號, J Residence, Shop 8, J Senses Entrance on Ship Street
There are so many places to have dinner in Hong Kong, but one of my favorites for creative Chinese cuisine is BO Innovation in Wan Chai. The chef has a punk rock vibe to him and he isn’t afraid to take risks. His tasting menu always has pleasant...
PRINCES BUILDING, 10 Chater Rd, Central, Hong Kong
Atop the Prince's Building sits Sevva, one of the swankiest bars in town. Architectural buffs will also love its location for the wraparound terrace gives a great view of some of Hong Kong's most famous skyscrapers. There's no better way to get up...
8 Finance St, Central, Hong Kong
Treat yourself (and a friend or two) to lunch in Paris. At least, this is what it will feel like when you dine at French Window brasserie at the IFC. With sleek decor and a spacious layout, with floor-to-ceiling French windows and chic bar to...
Sea Bird House, 22-28 Wyndham St, Central, Hong Kong
Traveling is certain to take a toll on your skin, so treat yourself to a session at Flawless Spa for a personalized facial. A consultation with a therapist will determine the best facial for your needs. Whether your skin is in need of a deep...
Bonham Trade Centre, 50-54 Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Bright red Chinese characters dominate one end of Bonham Strand West in Hong Kong's traditional merchant neighborhood of Sheung Wan. If you are in the market for edible birds' nests, herbal medicines or dried seafood by the bushel, this is the...
Chung Kong Rd, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Sunny Stroll Along Victoria Harbor-Walk along the Hong Kong side of Victoria Harbor in Sheung Wan district and you’ll find few people and great views. This is where the locals and expats go to relax, exercise, or socialize. There is a lot of sun...
Wan Cham Shan, Hong Kong
I take the MTR to Shau Kei Wan Station, and exit at A3. I’m a little anxious about catching the bus from here, but the station is immediately within view and the #9 bus is not difficult to find. The entrance to Dragon’s Back Trail, a path along...
500 Hennessy Rd, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Bookworms will be happy to know that the Eslite Bookstore is open until 11pm on most nights and 2am on Fridays and Saturdays. Arriving from Taiwan, this megashop of reading materials and designer stationery fills up the 8th to 10th floor at Hysan...
3-4F, Lee Theatre Plaza,, 99 Percival St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Many of us now know and love the no-frills (and even less branding–or is it?) of Japanese brand Muji. Homeware, clothing, beauty products, travel accessories, stationery and even snacks can be found in each of their shops in Hong Kong. However,...
Jardine's Cres, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Enter Jardine's Crescent just opposite the MTR exit, and begin to stroll past stall after stall of affordable buys. This neighbourhood Ladies Market has been around for many years. Trinkets, clothing, scarves and shawls...hair accessories, bags,...
1 Leung I Fong, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
“We make everything by hand ourselves,” says Baldwin Pui, coproprietor of this oddly named leather goods shop in Sheung Wan. He and his three business partners came to leatherworking with a reverence for the craftsmanship of unique handmade goods,...
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