Hong Kong Travel Guide
The young and stylish seek refuge from their busy lives in this lounge on the 27th floor of Henry House in Causeway Bay. Opened in 2001, this sky-high location caters the professional crowd.
The boutique stocks a mix of inventive accessories (look for neon wristwatches and silk-screened totes).
What to Expect: The frantic intensity of Hong Kong’s downtown business areas contrasts sharply with this peaceful stretch of pale golden sand on the south side of Hong Kong Island.
For a breath of balmy night air, claim a terrace or rooftop table at the 2009-opened indoor-outdoor bar atop a skyscraper in the happening district of Wan Chai. Here, potent cocktails intensify the effect of floating amid glittering high-rises.
The acronym stands for Goods of Desire—and if you like cool, modern housewares and textiles, it’s 100 percent accurate. The furniture, light fixtures, linens, and tablewares here are highly Ikea-ish—only with a strong local twist.