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When people think of Hong Kong, most imagine movies with famous skyscrapers dominating the skyline. The area widely known as Central is the major financial hub and entertainment district, which truly lives up to the saying, “work hard, play hard.” Bars stay open late into the night and there just happens to be a street party every weekend. Although everything seems to be operating at lightning speed, Central is full of quiet, hidden gems. Nestled between office towers are wet markets and some of the city’s oldest restaurants dating back to the 1960s. Feeling a bit overwhelmed? Retreat from the crowds by exploring beautifully restored historical buildings and even a green oasis of botanical gardens.
Located inside the Hong Kong Park, it is within just a short walk from the Pacific Place Mall at Admiralty. The Aviary is well managed and have a good selection of birds in a nice landscape. Good place to relax to get some air in the city.
There is a tea museum (free) an extension wax seal museum (free but not obvious on the first floor of the adjoining tea house restaurant) an aviary and botanical house (also free) and other stuff. This is the gardens of the ex military governor of HK given over to the people. At lunchtime on a Monday it was used by...
A great area to walk around. Banks, shops, bars, restaurants and other hidden-away places you would miss if using transport.
Being 'central', you should have plenty of opportunities to sample it, no matter what other agendas you may have.
A mere 30/40 minute ferry ride from Pier 5 at Central, Cheung Chau is a beautiful fisherman island with tonnes of seafood, street food, deserts and fresh juices to choose from! We also walked through Cheung Po Tsai Cave which was good as we like to hike, but it was really just a walk with a few steep steps.
I did a flying visit of about an hour to this interesting museum located on several floors and would have liked a little longer. How a previous reviewer described it as 'boring' is beyond me, as I would have liked a longer visit. Indeed it does have lots of model ships rather than full size boats, but these were all...
$$$$ • Street Food, Japanese, Brazilian, Latin, Asian
"Brazilian & Japanese Cuisine"
reviewed 6 days ago by Selalupergi
Nice new concept in the trendy and busy Soho area of Hong-Kong. Food was diverse and original, and very tasty. Very different from what you expect in Hong-kong, and worth the try.
The atmosphere was very nice, the staff very friendly and efficient.
Well worth the try!
"Major disappointment in recent visit - winter menu extended to spring"
reviewed 1 week ago by Vivian T
In my last review, I said they deserved one more star. After my recent visit, I think Michelin should take back a star.
The outstanding local serving staff was the saving grace of the evening.
The degustation menu was mechanical without a soul. Don’t know how much effort he puts into this menu. Not much flavor in most dishes... Quite...
Lovely staff, good food, nice place for gathering with friends and family, apéritif is crazily generous!! Venessa is pretty and friendly enough to be the reason for you to come here!! ❤️❤️❤️Everybody is so nice, just come and you won't regret it!! 🎉🎉🤙🏻🤙🏻
it was the first time that me and my wife stayed in a Four Seasons hotel. We visited Hong Kong as the place we wanted to celebrate her birthday. I asked the hotel guest experience supervisor to organize something on my behalf as a surprise for her upon entering our room. The result exceeded my expectations and I am sure...
I travel a lot on business and vacation. I was recommended to stay at the Landmark Mandarin (please note the “Landmark”). It was exceptional. Not only are the rooms great (as you would expect), but the staff were the best EVER!!! They remembered your name and would do anything to assist...from the front desk...to the concierge...to the restaurant staff...to the...
Even my stay at the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong was short, one night only, I was able to fully enjoy the luxuries that this hotel is able to offer. The hospitality is perfect from the first minute at check-in. The room is very high standard, with classic furnitures, modern tv and a large desk available to guests. The staff is...
That was a very nice hotel in Hollywood road. We have got a very clean room and very satisfied with the size. I can say that's the best choice in central. Thank you MsWong for your Band-Aid. I'm highly recommend this hotel.
"Beautifully designed rooms right in the heart of Central."
reviewed 4 days ago by SFOmarco
We had a group of friends traveling together and our last stop was Hong Kong. We were quite pleased to find our rooms beautifully designed and thought out. (Many in our group are interior designers.) Perfectly located in Central, we couldn't have been more satisfied. The hotel is just the right size, not overwhelming.