DOs and DONTs Dinning Experiences when in Hong Kong

DOs and DONTs Dinning Experiences when in Hong KongDOs and DONTs Dinning Experiences when in Hong Kong  |  Hong Kong  | DOs and DON’Ts Dinning Options in Hong Kong‬, based on our own experience. Because in this city, amazing panoramic views are not enough to make it work. To include Tin Lung Heen by The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong . Man Wah by Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong and Hutong by the Aqua Restaurant Group. I have been to Hong Kong before, so this list only reflects the dining experiences of my last trip. Learn which made the cut and which was a total disaster… Check out also my post on my favorite Lunch options in Hong Kong.
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My two latest favorite lunch options in Hong Kong

Fofo by el WillyMy two latest favorite lunch options in Hong Kong  |  Hong Kong  | I have been to Hong Kong a few times, and I am very outspoken about the fact, that it is one of my top five favorite cities in the world. Every time I visit I discover new options, and of course repeat over and over my favorites. During this visit, I truly enjoyed two gourmet experiences, introduced to us by local expert Food and Lifestyle Consultant Geoffrey Wu with The Forks and Spoons. Oddly enough, none of them are Chinese, but trust me we covered that during our time there, for our dinners. Both restaurants are totally different and both true hidden gems. Both restaurants can be booked online prior your arrival to Hong Kong, and I strongly advice it.  Continue reading My two latest favorite lunch options in Hong Kong

The Langham Hong Kong Hotel

The Langham Hotel Hong Kong | Kowloon, Tsimshatsui, Hong Kong |  The Langham Hong Kong, was my first stay ever at this amazing destination that completely blew me away. And I have to say that for the time I stayed with them, I truly felt I was at home. The services, their staff and the overall experience, made me feel so comfortable and welcome that I would definitely come over again. Located in the area of Tsimshatsui at Kowloon Island, liveliest and most popular area of the city with an outstanding choice of shopping and entertainment. Only meters away from the waterfront, The Peninsula Hotel. Also very conveniently located to subways, shopping areas and one of my favorites the Fish/Flower/Jade/Birds Markets, which will transport you back in time to the old times of Hong Kong. Photo above is Edward Ma – Chief Concierge and 1st. Vice President of Les Clefs d’Or of Hong Kong and myself.  Continue reading The Langham Hong Kong Hotel

FINDS adds Norwegian flavour to Hong Kong

FINDS adds Norwegian flavour to Hong Kong |  Kowloon, Hong Kong |  If you are up for some Norwegian flavours while in Hong Kong, then Finds is the place to find it. Located in the island of Kowloon, at one of my favorite areas Tsim Sha Tsui on Kimberly Road, first floor of The Luxe Manor HotelFINDS stands for Finland, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden. It is a distinctly Scandinavian haven in the bustling heart of Asia. It remains the only Nordic restaurant in the entire Pearl River Delta.  Continue reading FINDS adds Norwegian flavour to Hong Kong

Favorite Street Markets of Kowloon Hong Kong

Favorite Street Markets of Kowloon Hong Kong |  Kowloon, Hong Kong |  Day and night Hong Kong, like most cosmopolitan cities around the globe never stops. What I like about Kowloon, compared to Hong Kong Island is that there you can still have the old and traditional experience true to their Asian heritage. Of course you see a huge British influence around, but this markets are all you may expect to find and more…  Continue reading Favorite Street Markets of Kowloon Hong Kong

Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong | Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong |  Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong is not just a hotel, it is a legend of luxury and service, a full experience that combines the best of Hong Kong, the tradition of Asia, the best practices of hospitality and top of the class service for which Hong Kong is worldwide renown. I had the opportunity to stay two full days with them and I have to say that from their Les Clefs d’Or Concierge to the management of the hotel, they make sure that every single detail is taken care to assure your stay to be unforgettable. | Virtuoso Property + Les Clefs d’Or Concierge + Michelin RestaurantsContinue reading Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

Man Mo Temple over Hollywood Road

Man Mo Temple over Hollywood Road |  Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong |  It does sound all mixed up doesn’t it, when you read Man Mo Temple and the Hollywood Road ? Well it is what it is….. Indeed Hollywood Road in Hong Kong Island is the right place if you are looking either for Asian Antiques or one of the best dining spots in the city, being that the SOHO – which in Hong Kong stands for South Of Hollywood Street, is just there.  Continue reading Man Mo Temple over Hollywood Road

The Peak and The Peak Tram

The Peak and The Peak Tram |  Honk Kong Island, Hong Kong |  Do you want to get the best views of Hong Kong, this time from Hong Kong Island to the bay and Kowloon… ? Then visit the area of Mid Levels and take The Peak Tram. Have you ever ridden on a Tram… ? Well it is highly time you do so, and the panoramic views at the end are worth the experience.  Continue reading The Peak and The Peak Tram

The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong Tallest hotel in the world

The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong to be the Tallest hotel in the world | Kowloon, Hong Kong |  Opening next March 29th. 2011, the The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong will officially become the Tallest Hotel in the World. Here you will find exclusive videos and photos taken personally by me this week during my private site inspection of the hotel in Hong Kong. Tallest hotel in the world, set in between the 103rd. to 118th. floor of the ICC Tower in Kowloon, Hong KongContinue reading The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong Tallest hotel in the world

Big Buddha at Lantau Island

Big Buddha at Lantau Island |  Lantau Island, Hong Kong |  Come to Lantau Island and see the biggest outdoors seated Buddha of South East Asia. Very impressive and moving, even for those not professing Buddhism. It is very easy to get there from Kwoloon or Hong Kong Island, so no excuse not to t squeeze it into your itinerary. It is hard to express in words the feeling you get once from your cable car you have the first glance at this magnificent Buddha figure in the middle of the green mountains.  Continue reading Big Buddha at Lantau Island