Hong Kong Travel Guide
Long flights and extended layovers take their toll on the traveler, and for a fee, this airport location provides some much-needed relaxation and relief. Operated by Plaza Premium Management, which manages four lounges of varying sizes in the airport, this pay-in lounge is open 24 hours.
Lan Kwai Fong, the city's nightlife epicenter, is where you'll find this speakeasy-like lounge, a moodily lit, wood-paneled brasserie and bar. Start downstairs with oyster shooters at Bloom before heading upstairs for cocktails at Prohibition-inspired Lily.
The atmosphere in the salons may not resemble their predecessors of centuries ago, but this bar and restaurant works to create what it calls a “salon culture.” The Kee Club is a private, members-only club with three salons; the Purple Salon is a library with Jacobson chairs and an array of readin
In Hong Kong's fast-gentrifying Sheung Wan neighborhood, 1960's fashion is the inspiration at this men's-wear shop, where New York City transplants Ellis Kreuger and Alex Daye use high-tech Japanese fabrics for their bright knit sweaters and piped pajamas.
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 elbows and brollies to make their way along the crowded aisles.