A city that caters to all ages and interests, a visit to Hong Kong will never disappoint! The beautiful skyline of Hong Kong is renowned as one of the world’s most spectacular views with endless lights and skyscrapers that surround Victoria Harbour. When walking through the bustling streets of Hong Kong, you will never tire of discovering the variety of culture and architecture in every corner. Here are our top picks for your visit to this major global and financial hub!

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Upper House

The word “luxury” is often associated with grandeur and magnificence. Yet, world-renowned architect, André Fu, brought us a new definition of luxury – Minimal Luxury. Fu presented Upper House with a subtle yet powerful touch of serenity and contemporary elegance. Upper House is comprised of a combination of natural materials, original sculpture installations and seamlessly proportioned spaces, rather than lavish and extravagant decorations. Its design creates an understated feeling of calmness that allows guests to enjoy a tranquil and elegant stay.  upperhouse.com
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PMQ is the best place to experience the evolution of Hong Kong’s design and architectural culture. The building that was once the Police Married Quarters and has since transformed into a unique arts hub that represents the fusion of traditional culture and innovation. More than 100 designers and chefs bring their creative products and delicacies to the district, making PMQ a fun and interesting place to visit.  pmq.org/hk

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The Hong Kong Jockey Club Innovation Tower

In the densely populated city of Hong Kong, the innovative design of the Jockey Club Innovation Tower is a magnificent sight. Located at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, this tower was the last architectural project designed by world-renowned architect, Zaha Hadid, before she passed away. Zaha’s design concept for this impressive 15-story tower was “to dissolve the typical typology of the tower/podium into a more fluid composition.” hkjc.com hong kong destination

The Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple

The Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple is a beloved tourist attraction that is famous for its claim to “make every wish come true upon request.” Built in 1921, the temple is classified as a Grade 1 historic building in Hong Kong. In Wong Tai Sin Temple, visitors explore traditional Chinese culture and architectural structures that represent the five geomantic elements: the Bronze Pavilion (metal); the Archives Hal (wood); the Yuk Yik Fountain (water); the Yue Heung Shrine (fire), where the Buddha of the Lighting Lamp is worshipped; and the Earth Wall (earth). siksikyuen.org
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The Pawn

The Pawn perfectly represents the unique “East Meets West” culture of Hong Kong. This fine dining restaurant is located in a building dating back to 1888 that was once the famous Woo Cheong pawnshop. While visiting the historic district of Wan Chai, dine at The Pawn for traditional and modern British cuisine in a unique space and rooftop garden. thepawn.com
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The Iron Fairies

Upon walking into The Iron Fairies, you’ll feel as though you stepped into another world! Interior designer, Ashley Sutton, was inspired by his experiences in the iron ore mines of Western Australia, where he wrote a series of fantasy novels about a band of miners who forge iron-fairy figurines. This distinctive bar resembles a blacksmith’s workshop, with principal design elements including iron, timber, brick and leather. The bar’s incredible ceiling features over 10,000 preserved butterflies, suspended on tiny metal rods to complete the surreal atmosphere. facebook.com/TheIronFairiesHongKong
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