Hong Kong, China

March 1, 2004


Peak Towers

Hosting more than six million visitors each year, The Peak is a contender for Hong Kong’s most popular tourist destination. After arriving by tram, enjoy shopping, games, events and five different dining opportunities.

Dress Code: Casual

Location: No. 1 Lugard Road, The Peak

Telephone: 85-2-2849-7654


Hours: Restaurants are open between 7 a.m. and midnight


Located in the ritzy Peninsula Hotel, Felix serves haute Pacific Rim cuisine and also houses a wine bar and a small discotheque.

Dress Code: Casual

Location: 28th floor, The Peninsula

Hong Kong, Salisbury Road

Telephone: 85-2-2315-3188

Hours: Daily for dinner (6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.) and snacks (10:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.)

Victoria City Seafood

In the need of some deep-fried comfort food? This restaurant’s dim sum and Chinese seafood baskets are a steal at under US$5 each.

Location: 2nd floor, Sun Hung Kai Center, 30 Harbor Road, Wan Chai

Telephone: 85-2-2827-9938

Hours: Open daily for lunch and dinner


Lan Kwai Fong

The area for night owls and partiers in Hong Kong is Lan Kwai Fong and Soho (South of Hollywood Road) in the Central District. You’ll find plenty of trendy bars and alfresco dining spots in an energetic, urban atmosphere. Even if you’re not in the mood to dance all night, visit this enclave of narrow streets for a must-have visitor’s experience.

Dress Code: Casual

Location: Central

Hours: Individual business hours vary

JJ’s at the Grand Hyatt

This 9,000-square-foot bar, disco and live music venue offers plenty of room to play, drink and socialize. The place is packed on weekends, and if your client takes you into the Music Room, consider it a sign that he or she is well-connected.

Dress Code: Smart casual

Location: 1 Harbor Road, Wanchai

Hours: Daily from 8:30 p.m. to midnight


A local favorite, this creation of avant-garde designer Philippe Starck contains three bars and a disco. Strangely, some of the restaurant’s most breathtaking views of Victoria Harbor, Hong Kong Island and Kowloon are seen from the men’s washroom.

Dress Code: Smart casual

Location: 28th floor, The Peninsula

Hong Kong, Salisbury Road

Hours: Daily 6 p.m. to 2 a.m.


Island Shangri-La

Address: Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Central Hong Kong

Telephone: 85-2-2877-3838



JW Marriot Hotel

Address: One Pacific Place, 88 Queensway

Telephone: 85-2-2810-8366


The Peninsula Hong Kong

Address: Salisbury Road, Kowloon

Telephone: 85-2-2920-2888





Explore Hong Kong’s 260 outlying islands by ferry.



The city boasts several walking tours of areas like the coast line of Lamma Island.


The Peak Tower

Ride the tram to the top and enjoy the

gorgeous view of the city and harbor.


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