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Holiday in Hong Kong
Towering skyscrapers and lush green peaks make up the city’s heart, Hong Kong Island. Here you’ll find the economic, historical and political centres that help to provide the perfect destination for all things shopping and entertainment in the commercial heart of this island, found in the deep Victoria Harbour. Man-made and natural landscapes are perfectly blended together in this beautiful city. To really appreciate how beautiful this city is, head to the top of Victoria Peal which overlooks Hong Kong to see the beautifully blended architecture and natural sights that are held here including the streets, skyscrapers, harbour and the Kowloon Peninsula from above. Head back down again into the streets to try delicacies for yourself such as shredded jellyfish or snake soup or for a calmer experience there is always t’ai chi at dawn.
This city looks equally stunning from the sea level on the Star Ferry between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon where you also take advantage of the bustling shopping scene of Tsim Sha Tsui and the Harbour Shopping Centre. Discover the history of this city in the Kowloon Walled City Park which was once the home of a Qing Dynasty military station which grew to be a large city. It has since been knocked down and replaced but you can still find old structures and relics of the city in the garden and Qing Dynasty garden. You can also indulge in beaches, traditional markets and laid-back cafés on the south coast.Book now
The Four Seasons
Wall-to-wall windows ensure spectacular vistas of Victoria Harbour, Kowloon and the Peak, which together with unmatched dining options, elevate Four Seasons to a new level of luxury in Hong Kong. Enjoy arguably the city’s best view from an infinity pool that seems to pour into the spectacular harbour below, plus in 2016 the hotel was proud to be named a coveted Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Rated Spa.
What’s more, this is the world’s only hotel to contain two Michelin three-star restaurants, with Chan Yan Tak the first ever Chinese head chef to earn this supreme accolade. Caprice marries high fashion and haute cuisine in Hong Kong's finest French restaurant, while at Lung King Heen seafood and dim sum are among the specialities of this exquisite and authentic Cantonese institution.
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