What can you do in Hong Kong?
When not conducting business in one of the many skyrise buildings in Hong Kong, there are plenty of other available activities and places to visit. For ultimate luxury, forget the tourists and consider a private helicopter charter to get around the region.
Chi Lin Nunnery
The Chi Lin Nunnery is a large Buddhist Temple complex in Diamond Hill, Kowloon in Hong Kong. Wander among the gardens of meticulously trimmed bonsai trees and gardens as an escape from the city’s fast pace. Notice the temple made from cypress beams held together without nails.
No trip to Hong Kong is complete without visiting Victoria Peak. As the largest hill on the Hong Kong Peninsula, Victoria Peak highlights stunning nighttime views of the city skyline. Better yet, book a helicopter charter and see Hong Kong’s famous skyline in person.
The Aqua Luna
As one of the last red sail Chinese junk boats around, the Aqua Luna brings Victorian charm to getting around Victoria Harbour. Consider booking a private tour of Victoria Harbour or booking a Symphony of Lights cruise.
Where to Stay in Hong Kong?
With its modern retail environment and its stance as a financial trade center, there is no shortage of places to stay. Hong Kong is well-known for luxurious hotel suites. However, getting to them without the hassle of traffic and other obstacles can be challenging. If you rent a private jet with a helicopter transfer, you avoid the hassles.
Located in the heart of a shopping district, The Langham has a five-star spa and lavish rooms. Spend some time in the exclusive wellness sanctuary located on the roof. Also on the roof, take a dip in a pool that looks a little like a Roman bath.
The Mira is a design hotel in the heart of Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui shopping district. With views of Kowloon Park, The Mira is an oasis of luxury in the hustle and bustle of urban life. The Mira gets the “design hotel” distinction from its unique urban structure as an inner-city sanctuary.
Few of Honk Kong’s luxury hotels have a more prestigious reputation than The Intercontinental. The staff does a superb job of making guests feel at home in a five-star atmosphere. There are rooms and suites overlooking the Victoria Harbour and other sights around Honk Kong.
Where to Eat in Hong Kong?
Honk Kong is world-renowned as a hot spot for Michelin Star restaurants. That said, Hong Kong has emerged as a culinary hot spot where chefs gain a footing by earning prestige. From Italian Korean fusion to sushi and classic dim sum, Hong Kong has something for everyone.
Hue is modern-Australian cuisine at its finest. Located on the shores of Victoria Harbour, Hue is part of the Hong Kong Museum of Art. Have a cocktail in the lounge which boasts exceptional views from every table.
China Tang Landmark
When you picture going to a Chinese restaurant, the China Tang Landmark is what should come to mind. The head chef is a three-star Michelin chef who creates Beijing, Sichuan, and Cantonese cuisine. The restaurant has an old-world Chinese charm any traveler will appreciate.
As a hotspot for up-and-coming Michelin chefs, Hong Kong has its share of experimental restaurants. VEA has an eight-course revolving tasting menu. Enjoy your VEA dining experience at one of the twenty-five counter tables facing an open kitchen.
What events to attend in Hong Kong?
As a world financial trade center, Hong Kong hosts dignitaries and other VIPs from around the world. Hong Kong is also a popular destination for those who attend professional conferences. Consider hiring a helicopter transfer to take you to and from your conference.
International Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering (ICEEE)
The ICEEE brings together leaders, academics, and other thinkers in one place to discuss electrical and electronics engineering issues important to our modern society.
The Hong Kong Arts Festival
The Hong Kong Arts Festival celebrates regional arts and performing artists as well as hosting international artists. The festival’s mandate is the cultural enrichment of the city.
HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair
Also known as the International ICT Expo, the Hong Kong Electronics Fair highlights trade between the region and other parts of the globe. The fair is sponsored by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC).