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Things to do in China

  • Plum Gallery

  • Qi Family

    Head straight to our favorite tea shop: the hospitable store will pour you a cup of their green elixir before you buy. More
  • Qianlong Garden

    For much of the 20th century the exquisite interiors of the two-acre Qianlong Garden, built between 1771 and 1776 and tucked within Beijing’s legen... More
  • Qiaobo Ice & Snow

    The resort offers two slopes: an amateur run of 650 feet and an advanced one that stretches for 1,000. It's open year-round, a bragging right the r... More
  • Qingping Market

    Take an afternoon to explore the maze of stalls and shops across from Shamian Island. More
  • Raven

  • Red Gate

    The respected gallery's new space at 798 was previously a liquor factory. More
  • Redmoon

    It’s a see-and-be-seen scene at Redmoon, where well-heeled late-nighters size each other up over Japanese sake-tinis and pricey plates of sashimi. ... More
  • Republik

    Bankers and media types unwind in leather rockers in the ground-floor bar, while DJ's spin tunes in the wood-floored upstairs lounge. More
  • Repulse Bay Beach

    What to Expect: The frantic intensity of Hong Kong’s downtown business areas contrasts sharply with this peaceful stretch of pale golden sand on th... More
  • River Romance

    While the traditional boat that guests board may be called a “junk,” the experience is far from it on this staffed all-night cruise. During this pr... More
  • Rockbund Art Museum

    With an eye-catching Art Deco façade and revamped interiors by London-based architect David Chipperfield, the Bund’s only contemporary art gallery ... More
  • Ruifuxiang

    In-the-know shoppers head to this Tianamen square locale for bespoke qipaos (traditional full-length dresses) in rich silk or brocade. More
  • Sakesan

  • Salon de Ning, Hong Kong

    Salon de Ning is a pleasantly weird place to get blitzed on fruity pink Deutz champagne while lounging among the dandiest collection of antique bri... More

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