• Intercontinental Hong Kong. A luxurious hotel right at the harbour and close to Tsim Sha Tsui. One of the best views over Hong Kong Harbour. You can book your stay here.
  • Grand Hyatt Hong Kong. 5* hotel on the opposite side of the harbour situated on Hong Kong Island. You can book your stay here.


  • Din Tai Fung. Here you can try some Michelin star-rated Dim Sum.
  • Nobu. High-class Japanese dining at the Intercontinental Hotel.
  • The Peninsula Lobby. Enjoy traditional English Afternoon Tea – a classic.
  • Taiwan Beef Noodle: 40 Lion Rock Road, Kowloon City. Try the various appetizers, e.g. cold eggplant with sweet soy sauce.
  • Other dishes worth trying: roasted duck/goose, congee (sort of rice soup) and desserts like sesame balls, red bean soup or egg tart.

Do & See:

  • You can cross Victoria Harbour with the green star ferries.
  • At Temple Street Night Market you will spend a lively evening and get some funny souvenirs.
  • Take a walk in Hong Kong Park in the midst of skyscrapers: 19 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong Island, MTR Admiralty Station.
  • Shopping at a City Super is fun, they have a great food court. 
  • A bus ride to Repulse Bay: relax at the beach in the South of Hong Kong Island.
  • On a day trip to Macau you will see the past Portuguese features and modern casinos right next to each other.
  • The underground transport system in Hong Kong is really good. Get an Octopus Card to get around, here you can find the MTR map.