Things to Do in Hong Kong

Andrea Fazzari

Asia’s largest 4-D projection screen—a 360-seat theater where films come not only with 3-D glasses but also special effects such as wind,... Read More

If school was really like the atmosphere at this bar/café/studio, the world would be a vastly different place. Pokit Poon of Hong Kong-based... Read More

Bonnie Groot, the American-born owner of Arch Angel Antiques, is an expert on 5,000 years’ worth of Chinese history—and accordingly, her... Read More

Media Asia Entertainment Group, one of Asia’s biggest Chinese-language film producers, showcases the local movie industry with this series of... Read More

A mini-amusement park for flight enthusiasts, this museum’s interactive rides include a plane-cabin ride simulator. Passengers who’ve had... Read More

Set high above Victoria Harbour, this spa offers a respite from the city’s hectic pace. Nine treatment rooms boast the latest modern conveniences ... Read More

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... Read More

Set right in the heart of the legendary Lan Kwai Fong nightlife zone, this restaurant/bar/club clears its tables after dinner so people can shake a leg.... Read More

To begin your Hong Kong culinary education, have your hotel wangle an invitation to Saturday brunch at the China Club, a members-only oasis taking up... Read More

A labyrinthine, two-level nightclub at the Grand Hyatt hotel, Club JJ’s is the place to rock out until the wee hours. Here the house band plays... Read More

According to the Hong Kong Tourism Board, Duk Ling has ceased operation. ... Read More

Green-minded Ecols carries colorful dinner platters made from wine bottles. Read More

No matter what ails you, you’ll find an herbal antidote in this shop’s seemingly endless collection of Chinese teas. Many of the blends here... Read More

In fashionable Soho—South of Hollywood Road—Forest Bird displays a fashion-forward selection of clothes and handmade jewelry from small... Read More

The acronym stands for Goods of Desire—and if you like cool, modern housewares and textiles, it’s 100 percent accurate. The furniture, light... Read More

With decor that appears to be a mix of IKEA and Urban Outfitters, this hip store is located in Causeway Bay. The decorations, textiles, lighting, and... Read More

The beauty line’s first airport retail boutique is a spacious 2,669 square feet and stocks Armani’s signature cosmetics, perfumes, and... Read More

 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... Read More

Even if you have zero interest in horse racing or gambling, you must—must—attend a horse race if you really want to understand Hong Kong... Read More

The shop sells ceiling lights inspired by brass cooking pots as well as whimsical prints by local illustrator Carrie Chau. Read More

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