You could spend a lifetime exploring Hong Kong and still uncover something new around every corner. This dazzling city is always humming. The day’s adventures begin with bargain hunting among street vendors followed by the relaxed luxury of afternoon tea. The evening gives way to after-dark cocktails atop glittering skyscrapers and buzzing night markets. Hong Kong has long embraced its identity as a unique fusion of Eastern and Western cultures, creating the perfect meeting point for ancient traditions and modern opulence. As your travel experts, we have exclusive relationships with the city’s best to turn your vacation into a one-of-a-kind experience. From a coveted seat at the trendiest restaurant to after-hours access to a world-famous art gallery, we’ll help you navigate this cosmopolitan city like a VIP.
“Paradise” is how most food-lovers describe Hong Kong. The moment you step into its bustling food markets, known as dai pai dongs, you’re enveloped by a mouth-watering aroma. Beyond its markets, the city boasts more than 12,000 dining venues, everything from traditional Cantonese dim sum and 80 Michelin-starred restaurants to gourmet burgers and gastropubs. We can arrange a hands-on cooking class where you’ll learn to make steamed dumplings, pan-fried buns and custard to recreate your own authentic dim sum meal.
The city practically glows at night as the glittering skyscrapers reflect off the waters of Victoria Harbour and there’s no better way to soak in the spirit of Hong Kong than through its vibrant nightlife. Whether you’re in the mood for a stylish rooftop bar, a casual pub or a pulsating nightclub, the city’s narrow streets and moving walkways are filled at all hours with revelers ready to welcome you to the party.
Light and Sound Show
The Symphony of Lights is the world’s largest permanent light and sound show with 40 skyscrapers alight in colorful displays, seeming to sway gracefully with beams of light shooting across the harbor. Make the most out of this nightly event by spending your evening in the clouds at Ozone, the world’s highest bar that sits atop the 118th floor of the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong in West Kowloon. We can secure a corner table with a wraparound view, the best seat in the city to view the light show over the harbor.
SoHo, one of Hong Kong’s most popular nightlife spots, boasts over 90 restaurants, bars and clubs. Wander these bustling cobblestone streets mingled with mid-level escalators and soak in the fascinating contrasts between the past and present. Home to the historic Man Mo Temple as well as upscale residential towers, SoHo delicately balances preserving the Chinese and colonial histories that shaped it, making it the perfect spot for you to be immersed in Hong Kong’s rich culture. From high-end wine bars to local favorites, we’ll help you find something that suits your preferences in Hong Kong’s SoHo!
Fashion is serious business in Hong Kong, where highly skilled tailors speedily measure, cut and stitch custom clothing to rival the world’s most renowned designers. Stroll the streets of Tsim Sha Tsui in Kowloon to find your own bespoke tailor and then head to the Mong Kok shopping district to pair your new suit with handmade leather shoes.
Travel Tip: When shopping for custom and handmade goods, look for businesses that display the QTS sign, signifying that they are accredited for offering high-quality goods and services.
Only a trip to Hong Kong can offer a journey that seamlessly blends Eastern and Western traditions in a truly cosmopolitan fashion. From basking in its iconic skyline to savoring high-end cuisine and strolling through bustling marketplaces erected next to hip, late-night hot spots, unique experiences blossom out of this historic city’s innate ability to inspire. Whether you wish to sample the best dim sum, explore a popular art gallery after hours or have a suit custom-designed to your liking, we’re here to help you discover Asia’s world city from the inside.