Hong Kong has grown into one of Asia’s most loved cities. Its amazing skyline is one of the most exquisite in the world.
From its waterfront buzzing with boats to its packed with awesome hotels and restaurants, its incensing temples to its teahouses, its avenue markets to its old-world hotels, Hong Kong is a destination overflowing with energy. For tourists, the best suggestion is to go with the flow.
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Hong Kong Disneyland, Victoria Peak, Ocean Park, Big Buddha (Tian Tan Buddha Statue), Victoria Harbour, Star Ferry, Dragon’s Back, Jumbo Floating Restaurant, Tai Mo Shan Waterfalls
Hong Kong is basically part of China, but it has a culture and personality of its own. This city stretches across multiple small islands, of which some are densely populated and full of wonderful attractions, restaurants, and shops. It is said that a minute in New York is like a second in Hong Kong.
Named a Five-Star Hotel by the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide, The Murray, Hong Kong, a Niccolo Hotel is located along the legendary Cotton Tree Drive in Central, Hong Kong SAR of China. A high-profile preservation project by a British international studio for architecture and integrated design Foster + Partners, the hotel was previously the stand-alone Murray Building, one of the city’s most iconic landmarks within the central business district and the green oasis of Hong Kong Park. The contemporary urban sanctuary features 336 oversized rooms and suites spanning 25 floors. Other facilities include a swimming pool and spa, a stunning rooftop bar with breath-taking views, a series of signature restaurants and bars, as well as creative meeting and event spaces.
A sanctuary for all, The Murray invites guests to indulge in precious bonding moments with their furry best friends. From pet-friendly al fresco dining experience to thoughtful in-room pet amenities, a fun-filled adventure awaits.
The iconic hotel Mandarin Oriental is a Hong Kong hotel with sights of Victoria Harbour and the beautiful city. Here, you’ll be treated to amazing rooms, a serene spa, and a level of assistance that has become a Mandari trademark. Additionally, you’ll be walking in the footsteps of many celebrities like Margaret Thatcher and Henry Kissinger, who stayed at the hotel during trips to this city.
The Peninsula extends the bar—giving guests elegant quarters, five-star assistance, and a location that’s difficult to top. Resting on the Kowloon Peninsula across the harbor from Hong Kong Island, The Peninsula’s dedicated clients enjoy seven restaurants, a spa with water sights, and upgraded rooms with exceptional floor-to-ceiling windows.