Hong Kong Élite
Firmly established as a business capital of the world, the expansive skyline of Hong Kong signifies a vibrant metropolis uniting an enriching mix of international modernity.
Hong Kong has been inhabited for at least six thousand years accumulating a wealth of ancient history and tradition.
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Accumulating A Wealth of History & Burgeoning Cultural Scene
Hong Kong has been inhabited for at least six thousand years accumulating a wealth of ancient history and tradition. As many historical buildings have given way to the construction of new highrises and skyscrapers, Hong Kong is now defined by pioneering modern architecture spanning the famous Victoria Harbour which has been a bustling thoroughfare for centuries.
The imposing Bank of China Tower designed by architect IM Pei can be seen for miles around, with the best way of viewing the incredible cityscape is at night during the spectacular symphony of lights show celebrating the energy, diversity and heritage of this progressive city. As laser lights illuminate twenty of the tallest buildings in Hong Kong, a vantage point on the promenade, mountain top or at the harbour will secure you a magnificent view.
Hong Kong has a burgeoning cultural scene, whatever you are interested in Hong Kong has a museum for every inclination. Some of the best art museums in Hong Kong include The Hong Kong Museum of Art, exhibiting a fine selection of Chinese and other Asian art and antiques including hundreds of oil paintings, and the Hong Kong Arts Centre Pao Galleries, which showcases an engaging collection of international and local contemporary art. The University Museum and Art Gallery of the University of Hong Kong is particularly prominent for exhibiting a prized collection of Nestorian crosses from the Yuan dynasty alongside a range of historical Chinese bronzes, ceramics and paintings.
To immerse yourself in the eclectic diversity of Hong Kong’s varied cultural attractions, the Cultural Centre of Hong Kong is the home of the Philharmonic Orchestra and local City Contemporary Ballet; here you can enjoy some of the most refined musical and dance entertainment in the city. If you wish to watch one of the most glamorous spectator sports in the world, a private box at the world-famous Happy Valley Racecourse is guaranteed to thrill.
Set within a dramatic ring of skyscrapers, the Wednesday evening races are the epitome of style and suspense, however, for the ultimate racing buzz, the high stakes races run at Sha Tin Racecourse on weekends. A strong reputation for high quality products and limitless choice makes Hong Kong a paradise for buying everything from technology, clothing, jewellery, watches, leather and optical goods. Celebrated as one of the greatest destinations in the world for luxury shopping, the annual Hong Kong Shopping Festival in July and August is a highlight of Hong Kong’s cultural calendar.
A Hub of Exhilarating Nightlife
An effervescent city of varied, exhilarating nightlife, Hong Kong’s diverse mix of nightlife venues range from exclusive private members clubs to lively cocktail bars. The prestigious The Hong Kong Club remains the private members club of choice for the most influential and powerful figures in the city. As the first members-only club to be opened in Hong Kong in 1846, the club upholds strict membership rules that match an even stricter dress code, ensuring that you will not find a more exclusive high-class venue for business, dining and cocktails anywhere in the city.
Discreetly situated in the heart of Central, KEE Club is an exclusive private members club that offers a cosy and homely atmosphere for their members to get away from the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong. KEE Club is made up of distinctively opulent rooms tailored for art and wine appreciation, fine dining, business meetings and mingling with like-minded people. Its intimate and relaxed setting makes it a convenient spot for members to indulge in during the day and night. Whether it’s bringing you the most innovative and finest cuisines to bespoke corporate or cultural events, they aim to continuously provide their members a luxurious and diverse lifestyle.
Asia's Gourmet Capital
Fusing western dishes with eastern culinary tradition you will find unsurpassed fine dining experiences to please the most discerning and adventurous of gastronomes. Hong Kong’s inventive cuisine redefines the boundaries of excellence. For a hint of European flavour, Amber Richard Ekkebus is the signature restaurant of the Landmark Mandarin Oriental hotel and is famous for classic French dishes with inventive twists. Cooking in French tradition yet taking advantage of the annual seasons between the northern and southern hemispheres, Dutch Chef Richard Ekkebus’ cuisine reflects Hong Kong’s fascinating synthesis of East and West. If you are keen to develop your palate, the discreet and well-informed staff at Amber encourage you to ask questions and experiment every time you dine at the restaurant.
If you wish to try the finest traditional Cantonese cuisine, Lung King Heen is the perfect place to enjoy specialities including seafood and dim sum in the reflection of Hong Kong’s tantalizing skyline and glittering harbour lights. Combining the textures and flavours of the freshest local ingredients, the authentic restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel offers one of the most memorable dining experiences in Hong Kong
In partnership with Krug champagne, at The Krug Room you are able to sample enticingly creative cuisine and select from the largest collection of the world’s most prestigious champagne outside France. An intimate dining space for up to twelve guests, The Krug Room is set in the heart of the Hong Kong Mandarin Oriental Hotel. There is no menu to choose from; however, led by the inspiration and intuition of Executive Chef Uwe Opocensky, you can savour up to fourteen courses of the world’s most progressive gastronomical delights.
Luxury Accommodation at the Forefront of Comfort and Innovation
Distinguished for innovative technology and a stunning variety of luxury accommodation, Hong Kong boasts some of the most impressive and luxurious hotels in the world. Housed in the city’s landmark International Finance Centre, the captivating waterfront location of the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong offers you enchanting views and unmatched access to the best business, shopping, museums, entertainment and dining in Hong Kong. Whether you prefer contemporary eastern or sleek western style interiors, with unrivalled twenty-four hour personal service, the elegant surrounds of the Four Seasons embody a home away from home, providing a refuge of enduring luxury.
If a breathtaking location is high on your priorities, the Mandarin Oriental Hotel overlooks Victoria Harbour, providing a magnificent view across the city. With an unbeatable reputation for service and style, the Mandarin Oriental has become somewhat iconic; its refined design perfectly encapsulating the authentic Oriental heritage of Hong Kong.
In the heart of the Central district of Hong Kong lies one of the most exclusive luxury hotels in the world, the The Landmark Mandarin Oriental. Considered a masterpiece of contemporary design, the ambience of the hotel is rich, warm and discreet, with a hideaway feel adding to the serene, relaxing atmosphere. The striking, modern décor compliments each of the spacious rooms and suites, and with two high-tech meeting spaces available, the Landmark Mandarin Oriental is sure to surpass your most discerning business and leisure requirements.
With an emphasis on classic modernity, The Peninsula Hotel continues to set standards for luxury accommodation worldwide, ushering a new era of personalised stays in an atmosphere maintaining traditional grandeur and timeless elegance. Known as the legendary ‘Grande Dame of the Far East’ since it opened in the nineteen twenties, The Peninsula offers the finest blend of Eastern and Western hospitality and service to ensure the most comfortable and memorable stay in Hong Kong.