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Things to do in Hong Kong

  • The Arrival

    Cathay Pacific’s 1,980-square-foot lounge has minimalist interiors by renowned British designer John Pawson; passengers can reserve one of eight pr... More
  • The Peninsula Boutique

    The Pen’s elegantly branded boutique chocolates have become a cult favorite among fans of the city’s most famous luxury hotel. The recently renovat... More
  • The Peninsula Spa by Espa

    Housed inside the Peninsula Hong Kong hotel, this 14-room spa provides European, Asian, and ayurvedic treatments in a calming space designed by Hen... More
  • The Repulse Bay

    Visit the upscale colonial-style shopping arcade, The Repulse Bay. There, sip tea, sit under slow-moving wooden fans at the Pacific Coffee Company. More
  • The Tram

    You wouldn’t want to spend too long on these swaying, rattling conveyances—especially during peak times, when tough-as-boots old ladies use their e... More
  • Tiffany & Co., Hong Kong International Airport

    Near Gate 20, next to Chanel, Tiffany & Co.’s first airport shop has a well-vetted selection of silver jewelry and fashion accessories, including s... More
  • TOTT's

    TOTT’s—for “Talk of the Town”—is a contemporary restaurant (specializing in super-tender Wagyu beef, including a delicious $29 burger) that morphs ... More
  • V13 Vodka Bar & Studio

    A New York speakeasy vibe, custom and classic cocktails, and more than 100 vodka varieties are the hallmark of this SoHo spot. The young and hip cr... More
  • Victoria Peak

    This 1,800-foot mountain, whose looming peak is visible from almost all of Central district, doubles as the address for Hong Kong’s wealthiest resi... More

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