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Arguably the most popular destination in Hong Kong, Victoria Peak features views that are stunning and expansive. Take a quick ride on the Peak Tram and reach your destination, 1,805 feet above sea level, in a matter of minutes. On a clear day, you can see Hong Kong’s towering cityscape, as well as the distant Kowloon Mountains.
Dim Sum is typically eaten in the morning, but you can experience this popular meal any time of day. Dim sum includes small, shareable dishes like dumplings and pork buns, and the intent is to order several to share. While there are seemingly endless options, hot-spot Mott32 offers a nouveau take on the tradition with high-end ingredients and fresh recipes.
The ultimate in luxe, modern accommodations, The Upperhouse is the place to stay in central Hong Kong. Its calming contemporary decor was designed by renowned architect Andre Fu to be a quiet haven amidst the fast-paced tempo of the city. With just over 100 suites, each room offers curated amenities and breathtaking views of the skyline.
Though Hong Kong is no longer a British colony, the practice of enjoying a sophisticated high tea has endured. Arguably the best version is found at The Peninsula, legendary for its immaculate service. Visit this luxury hotel and treat yourself to an elegant dining experience that includes tasting rich teas and irresistible desserts in a cozy, intimate setting.
Many locals escape the city on the weekends by chartering a boat with friends. Sailboats can be easily booked for a period of hours, during which you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding harbor while enjoying a picnic and cocktails. Many chartered boats will also make stops at the nearby islands, offering a welcome respite from the heat of the city.