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Romance is Like a Song in Hong Kong

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About Hong Kong

Hong Kong may be known as a food and shopping haven, but its bustling energy and vitality can also be as romantic and magical.

Hong Kong is a metropolitan area and a special administrative region of China. It was formed from closely connected islands located in the Southern China Sea. Despite being a small territory, it is one of the most progressive cities in the world. Its lifestyle and cityscape boast nothing but excitement. The region’s modernity is evident by its magnificent skyline and gravity-defying structures. Its connection brings Hong Kong’s rich culture to its Chinese roots, the British colonial era, and its people’s very own traditions.

On top of their globally renowned cuisines, you can also enjoy Hong Kong’s upscale fashion scene, vibrant nightlife, beaches, and hiking trails.

The best time to take high-class escort Lisa Blaine to Hong Kong

About 80% of the rain falls between May and September, while June and August are usually the wettest months in Hong Kong. Therefore, the best time to visit the region is between October and December as it offers the most pleasant temperatures. The Autumn period also provides the best travel and accommodation prices compared to the Chinese New Year month, Hong Kong’s peak season.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Hong Kong? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

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The best hotel options in Hong Kong

Waldorf Astoria AmsterdamGrand Hyatt Hong Kong

five star hotel rating

The elegant rooms of Grand Hyatt Hong Kong overlook Victoria Harbor from floor-to-ceiling windows. The hotel is located along the waterfront of Hong Kong Island and is only 5 minutes by car from Central and Causeway Bay and 40 minutes from Hong Kong International Airport. Its acclaimed restaurants and bars offer a fabulous range of cuisines, including Chinese, Italian, Japanese and international fare.

Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel

five star hotel rating

Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel feels like a lavish Victorian palace combining the splendor of a vintage seaside resort with the magic of Disney. It features well-appointed accommodations with modern amenities, including two themed pools and a Mickey maze. Guests can enjoy the live performance of Disney music in the grand 6-Story lobby, where you can also get a chance to meet popular Disney characters. The hotel is a 10-minute walk from the main entrance of Hong Kong Disneyland, and a free shuttle service is available.

Marco Polo Hong Kong

five star hotel rating

Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel has one of the best locations in Hong Kong. It is located along Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, the city’s commercial, shopping and business center. The Star Ferry and Hong Kong’s cruise terminal within footsteps. The 5-star hotel is part of Harbour City, Hong Kong’s largest shopping complex, and recently, it has undergone an extensive exterior renovation.

Rosewood Hong Kong

five star hotel rating

Rosewood Hong Kong is the global flagship of the ultra-luxury hotel brand. It is also the newest “vertical estate” at the Victoria Dockside, Kowloon’s contemporary arts and cultural district at the Tsim Sha Tsui harbor. Most of its elegantly designed rooms boast panoramic views of the Hong Kong skyline. The hotel is just a few steps away from the Avenue of Stars, Victoria Harbor, Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier, and iSquare.

The Langham Hong Kong

five star hotel rating

The Langham, Hong Kong is an elegant European-style 5-star hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong’s shopping and entertainment district. The hotel features 498 luxury rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, plush furnishings, bespoke minibars, luxurious amenities, and personal butler service. Langham Hong Kong is a proud home to the 3-Michelin-star restaurant, T’ang Court. The hotel is a 40-minute drive from Hong Kong International Airport. Famous attractions like Temple Street and Avenue of Stars are just a few meters away.

Hotel ICON

five star hotel rating

The stylish Hotel ICON is designed by celebrated architects Terence Conran, Rocco Yim, and William Lim. Their modern and innovative guest rooms use dark colors and warm lighting to create a cozy atmosphere. Dining options include Above and Beyond, which presents a stunning skyline from floor 28, offering fine Chinese dining. The hotel is just a 5-minute walk from Hung Hom MTR Station. Causeway Bay and Wan Chai District are 10 minutes via the MTR train. 

Hong Kong’s topnotch restaurants

Despite the region’s small land area, Hong Kong has 68 Michelin-stars restaurants making it one of Asia’s best culinary centers. Here are some of the ones you should pay a visit to.

T’ang Court ***

T’ang Court at The Langham, Hong Kong hotel, is just one of the very few Cantonese restaurants rated three stars by the coveted Michelin Guide. The legendary restaurant reflects the classic timelessness of the Tang Dynasty, China’s golden age, as highlighted by its lavish furnishings. Their classic Cantonese masterpieces include dishes like Peking duck, lobster with onions and shallot, and baked stuffed crab shell with onion.

Ting Lung Heen **

The view from the 102nd floor alone is almost enough of a reason to dine at Ritz Carlton’s Tin Lung Heen, but this recently promoted 2-Michelin starred restaurant is more than its beautiful views and interiors. Diners can dive into Chef Paul Lau’s signature dishes, including the tender honey-glazed Iberian pork char siu and double-boiled chicken soup with fish maw in coconut. His steamed crab claw with egg white and Hua Diao wine is also a must-try.

Andō *

The newly starred Japanese-Spanish Restaurant was created by its chef-founder Agustin Balbi, born in Argentina but has honed his skills in Japan. Ando’s modern tasting menu is a translation of Chef Agustin’s personal journey by fusing his ancestral roots with strong Japanese influences. One cannot miss his signature caldoso, Sin Lola, his homage to his grandmother.

New Punjab Club *

New Punjab Club became the world’s first Punjabi restaurant to receive a Michelin star and was consistently recognized for three consecutive years. This tandoor grill restaurant serving cuisine from Northern India and post-colonial Pakistan. Their signature dish is Lamb tomahawk, with samosa chaat (crushed samosa with yogurt and crispy noodles) and paneer kulcha (an Indian cheese).

Caprice ***

Caprice is a contemporary French haute cuisine restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel. It is one of the most elegant and glamorous in Hong Kong, boasting a lavish interior and panoramic views of the harbor. The fine-dining restaurant’s specialties include crab royale and turbot with sea urchin sauce. Their exquisite array of cheeses accompanies their excellent wine list.

Kashiyawa **

Kashiwaya is a branch of the three-Michelin-star Kashiwaya restaurant in Osaka. About 80% of the menu is the same as the mother branch. Some of its seasonal ingredients are even flown from Japan to keep the integrity of the recipes. Their popular kaiseki dishes are maintained to the highest quality to provide their diners with a traditional Japanese experience.

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Romantic highlights of the city

Find Serenity through the Temples

If you want some peaceful and quiet time on your date, a walk through a temple surrounded by beautiful gardens, ponds, and pavilions is an idea. Wong Tai Sin is one of the most popular active Buddhist temples in the city, which have been told to be named after a shepherd bow with mystical healing powers. This folklore is consistently cited for the temple’s seemingly peaceful vibe and energy.

Look at the Stars

Hong Kong has one of the most advanced economies in Asia, especially during its colonial era. This is why during the ’80s, the country was one of the first to build and commission a space museum and planetarium. At the Hong Kong Space Museum, you can stargaze inside its hemispherical projection dome. The museum also holds its Sky Show every year, displayed using the digital planetarium projection system, making a date night under the stars possible.

See the City from its Peak

Before it was opened to the public, Victoria Peak was a popular place for British administrators to live due to its altitude. Now, it is one of the most-visited parts of Hong Kong, and there’s no wonder why. At 1,800 feet above seawater, the peak provides weather that is not so humid, enabling its visitors to discover and admire that classic Hong Kong skyline. You can reach this famous summit by hiking or by taking the Peak tram.

Sail Past the City

One of the most romantic things you can do in Hong Kong is exploring its waters with a ferry cruise ride along its harbor and other islands. Sail past the city by booking a romantic cruise package that includes a lovely dinner and live musical entertainment.  And then, you can enjoy a night of just dancing or simply sitting back and gazing over the magnificent view of the harbor.

Romantic Flights over the City

Best place to show off to your date? Take it several hundred feet up in the air. Several flight tour providers in Hong Kong take you around Hong Kong Island, Victoria Harbour, Kowloon, and the surrounding parks, beaches, and bays. These tours also comply with the highest safety procedures, piloted by expert crews. A full safety briefing is given beforehand, and safety equipment such as lifejackets are provided.

Take Leisurely Walks at the Parks

Hong Kong may be as busting of a city, but you can still escape the urban jungle to take a breather and enjoy romantic strolls. Several options depend on where you are staying, but most of them are within walking distance from the city’s key areas. Some of these are Kowloon Park, Penfold Park, Hong Kong Park, Yuen Long Park, and Victoria Park. From extensive lawns by the water to hidden gardens tucked away in commercial districts, explore these green spaces for a lovely afternoon stroll.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

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