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Exploring Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui

Hullett House. Restaurateur David Yeo has turned the colonial-era headquarters of the Marine Police into a hotel with 10 individually themed suites. Each has a terrace facing Central’s iconic skyline. --Downstairs are five restaurants, ranging from the stylish Cantonese Loong Toh Yuen to a down-to-earth pub. 1881 Heritage, 2A Canton Rd.; 852/3988-0000; hulletthouse.com; suites from $567.

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Hullett House

Restaurateur David Yeo has turned the colonial-era headquarters of the Marine Police into a hotel with 10 individually themed suites. Each has a terrace facing Central’s iconic skyline. Downstairs are five restaurants, ranging from the stylish Cantonese Loong Toh Yuen to a down-to-earth pub. Suites from $567.

Hugo’s

The revamped Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui houses Hugo’s, a stalwart restaurant favored by the city’s power brokers. On the menu: standards such as lobster bisque and steak tartare, prepared tableside. Dinner for two $180.

Mira Hong Kong

Fresh from a $65 million makeover,this 492-room property has a sleek 18,000-square-foot spa and a restaurant by star Singaporean chef Justin Quek. Each of the tech-savvy guest rooms contains a practical mobile phone for use in Hong Kong. Dinner for two $142.

Busy Suzie

A team of Japanese chefs prepare robatayaki, or grilled meats and seafood, in this atmospheric, lantern-lit restaurant, located ina 19th-century lighthouse. Standouts include Yamaguchi chicken, Kagoshima pork, and Australian Wagyu sirloin skewers. Dinner for two $150.

Bruuns Bazaar

The popular Danish label’s firstboutique in Asia has floaty summer dresses as well as staples for both sexes like trenches and blazers in classic-meets-modern style.

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