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Bright Lights and Dim Sum Carts

Neon-lit modern metropolis, culinary capital and shopping mecca. Merely mentioning Hong Kong conjures up images of its world famous skyline and green hillsides.


When you descend from our House above Pacific Place and come back down to earth, you’ll find yourself in swanky Admiralty. Explore the indie boutiques, contemporary galleries and eateries of Starstreet Precinct or hop on the tram to reach the buzzy bar and dining scene of Central and Soho.


For the best local hangouts, our hike enthusiast, noodle-slurping and antique-hunting Guest Experience team can share a treasure trove of hidden gems in Hong Kong.


We’ve also partnered with culture mavens LUXE City Guides who have curated the best places to be and see in Hong Kong.

Best of Hong Kong


Curated by LUXE City Guides

FOOD & DRINK

Duddell's

Gastrodome-cum-art gallery and swell patio where social scenesters sup on Mich-starred Canto cuisine. Seal the deal over a set lunch, settle in for the bubbly weekend brunch, or enjoy all-you-can-eat dim sum every Wednesday to Friday night with a rockin' ‘80s theme - shoulder pads and scrunchies optional.
3/F, Shanghai Tang Mansion, 1 Duddell Street, Central; 12pm-10pm daily
+852 2525 9191

WELLNESS

Flowga

Hong Kong’s first hot yoga studio mixing club tunes with candlelight and infrared heat. Feel good factor with eco-friendly amenities, reclaimed wooden floors and post-sweat iced tea for members on the outdoor terrace, beneath the 'grammable Japanese maple tree. Dog-friendly - look for Zola and Princess at reception!
Unit F, 1/F, Winner Building, 37 D'Aguilar Street, Central

ART & CULTURE

Hong Kong Museum of Art

After a major 4-year-long nip/tuck, HKMoA is back on the art scene with exhibitions on Chinese and Western antiquities, paintings, calligraphy and contemporary art. Keep your peepers peeled for the roster of temporary exhibits.
10 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui; 10am-6pm Mon-Wed & Fri, till 7pm Sat-Sun (temporarily closed, call for opening hours)
+852 2721 0116

WELLNESS

Red Doors Studio

Zen studio in Wong Chuk Hang hosting gong baths, meditation and Kundlaini yoga, plus a range of esoteric workshops with visiting practitioners. Swap the dim sum for a quick power-nap every Tuesday lunchtime (mats, blankets and lavender eye bags provided). Tune in on Facebook for some remote sound vibrations or book a private gong session for solos or duos.
Flat A, 21/F, Lee Fund Centre, 31 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang; check website for booking details
+852 2110 0152
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FOOD & DRINK

Roganic

Whimsical, forward-thinking cuisine from London’s Michy-starred chef Simon Rogan, who brings his farm-fresh style of British cooking to Hong Kong. Using only the freshest ingredients, it’s a multi-course, edible garden on your plate that leaves no detail unturned. Say yes to the famed soda bread and sugar donuts—you won't regret it. Tip: The set business lunch menu is an absolute steal.
UG08 Sino Plaza, 255 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay; 12pm-10pm Tue-Sun
+852 2817 8383

FOOD & DRINK

Sushi Zo and Gishiki Lounge

Teensy Japanese 14-seat counter Sushi Zo wows palates while sibling libation station Gishiki Lounge brings the omakase experience to cocktails. The 18 theatrically, ritualistically and historically-inspired libations are designed to bewitch minds and senses, getting you nicely sauced in the process.
LG1/F Block 01, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Rd; 6pm–10:30pm (Sushi Zo), 5pm–1am (Gishiki Lounge) daily
+852 2884 0114

ART & CULTURE

They Do Not Understand Each Other at Tai Kwun

Presented by the National Museum of Art, Osaka and the Singapore Art Museum at Tai Kwun Contemporary, this group exhibition is all about cultural exchange, with artworks that represent communication, miscommunication, connections, tolerance, representation, as well as the desire to find common ground in the unfamiliar. Just what we needed in today’s world.
10 Hollywood Road, Central; 2pm-8pm Mon, 11am-8pm Tues-Sun
+852 3559 2660

FOOD & DRINK

The Diplomat

Looking for a serious pick-me-up? Get thee to The Diplomat for the most elegantly masculine espresso martini to ever pass your lips. While it's supposed to be a bar, don't let that put you off the menu, a meaty cornucopia of romantic speakeasy machismo on a plate. This place is so hip, every dish practically sports its own curled moustache and rolled up sleeves.
LG/F, High Block, H Code, 45 Pottinger Street, Central; 6pm-late daily
+852 3619 0302