In memory of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Suggested Itineraries

24 Hours

The Peak

The Peak

If you've never been to this extremely touristy attraction, it's definitely worth seeing Hong Kong from its highest lookout point. Our advice is to get there early, before 9am to beat the crowds and catch the Peak Tram. There's no need to linger once you've taken your snaps of the beautiful skyline, best foot forward for there is a lot more to see.

Tea Museum and Tea House

On the foot of Admiralty inside Hong Kong Park you will find the quaint Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware and the Lockcha Tea House. You can sip tea and sample some delicate vegetarian dim sum in peaceful surroundings.

Tea Museum and Tea House
Soho and Man Mo Temple

Soho and Man Mo Temple

Head up Elgin Street in Soho, and you will enjoy many quaint eateries and boutique shops. Take a 15 minute walk over to Hollywood Road where you'll see Man Mo Temple, a famous temple for locals to change their bad luck, don't be surprised to see this place choking with incense around Chinese New Year when spiritual people believe to receive and extra hit of luck.

TST- Museums and Shopping

Tsim Sha Tsui is the museum centre of Hong Kong, with the Heritage Museum, Science Museum, Space Museum and Museum of Art all within a 20 minute walking radius. If you rather shop, the streets between Granville and Cameron Road are brimming with local and branded boutiques.

TST- Museums and Shopping
Lan Kwai Fong

Lan Kwai Fong

Experience the twinkling lights of Victoria Habour by taking the Ferry from TST to Central at night. Lan Kwai Fong is the epicentre of Hong Kong's nightlife, but the actual street is now overcrowded and to many has lost its appeal. Up the hill on Wyndham Street is where the real party is. Socialito is where the hip crowd gather, or go to Quinary for their gin based mixology or Salon 10 for a chillax.