Since the hand over from the British very little has actually changed, and a luxury Hong Kong holiday remains a dynamic and unforgettable city experience.
Life here moves along at a whirlwind pace, and a visit should commence high on the hill at Victoria Peak, a good way to gain orientation and enjoy a great view of the city and harbour below. There is an overwhelming amount of things to see and do, including the Temple Street night market, and The Tian Tan Buddha on Lantau island.
Adventure out of the city and you are welcomed by stunning mountains and glistening beaches; it’s the perfect destination if you are after nature pleasures and that city thrill entwined into one. Of course, Hong Kong's islands are (and there are more than 260 to explore) one of its greatest kept secrets - you can take trips to some of those closest to the mainland by taking the Star ferry from Pier 7 in Central.
You’ll truly be caught up in the city buzz, whether you’re indulging in the local cuisine, roaming the shops, partying to the early hours or refreshing your mind body and soul at the city’s luxury spas.
Hong Kong is exuberant and brimming with possibilities that are bound to excite and delight even the most well-travelled visitor.
Stanley Market is perfect for ethnic "finds" whilst a short ride across the Star Ferry to Kowloon and the "Golden Mile" is a shopper's paradise overflowing with electronic goods and first class men's tailoring stores.
Enjoy authentic Chinese cuisine and a choice of five superb golf courses as just a starter to your stay, and an evening at the racecourse is a must.
Luxury Hong Kong Holidays Fact File
March - April and October - November
London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Manchester
Mauritius, Bali, Thailand, Malaysia, Cruise
Hong Kong Dollar
+ 8 hours
English and Chinese