The highlights of one of Asia’s most exciting destinations, where food, arts and nightlife rule. Can you fit all this into one day? Sure. If you do it right (and don’t mind a late night).
Bruce Lee Museum
Synonymous with the city of Hong Kong, check out Bruce Lee in all his glory at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum where they still have an exhibition to the martial arts legend.
Just a great bar with live sport on the tv, good food, decent beer and drinks menus and plenty of people to meet.
The famously congested district opposite the harbor is opening up and getting a cultural makeover. Worth the ferry ride over.
For little burgers with a big difference, Little Bao is a Hong Kong institution. Expect queues.
Lunar New Year
The best time of year to be in Hong Kong. See the spectacular fireworks visible from every spot.
An eclectic mix of activities at this happening nightspot, but ultimately a great spot for some beers and music.
Ping Pong & Tonic
A gin bar opened in a former table tennis centre. What more do you need to know?
Take A Hike
The Dragon’s Back is the most famous walk, but there are plenty of great hikes for a break from the concrete jungle.