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April 2013

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Luxury hotels, authentic restaurants and great family days out in bustling Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s Yung Kee Restaurant — 50 years ago it was a food stall
Andrew Rowat

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STAY

Ritz-Carlton
Soaring to 490m, the world's tallest hotel dominates the city's skyline, with unrivalled views of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island and the New Territories. Luxury and tiptop hospitality in Kowloon. Rooms from £370. ritzcarlton.com

Harbour Grand
A five-star in the heart of Hong Kong Island nestled among shopping areas and commercial offices, with fantastic restaurants and service to match. Rooms from £260. harbourgrand.com

Four Seasons
A prime location on Hong Kong Island and floor-to-ceiling windows guarantee spectacular views. It's all very sleek too: silk-panelled walls, marble-floored foyers and some 
of the best cuisine in town. fourseasons.com

Upper House
A super-stylish boutique hotel by hot Asian designer Andre Fu has apartment-like studios and suites and a great location in Pacific Place. Rooms from £366. upperhouse.com

JIA Hong Kong Funky and affordable boutique hotel with a fine central location near bustling Causeway Bay. Studios from £110. jiahongkong.com

EAT

Yung Kee restaurant
A great quality, award-winning Chinese restaurant that serves delicious traditional fare. It's come a long way from its roots as a food stall. 32-40 Wellington Street, Central, +852 2522 1624, yungkee.com.hk

The Peak Lookout
Escape from the hustle and bustle and admire the views from this popular restaurant. 121 Peak Road, The Peak, +852 2849 1000

Dim Sum
Great value restaurant serving very tasty dim sum (and nothing else). 63 Sing Woo Road, Happy Valley, +852 2834 8893

City Hall Maxim's Palace Famed for its classic dim sum and elegant harbour views, this big, cheery restaurant offers infinite varieties on this Chinese staple. 
City Hall,
 Central, +852 2521 1303

Pure Bar + Restaurant
A buzzing bar and open lounge serving comfort food with an international twist. 2/F Kinwick Centre, 32 Hollywood Road, Central, +852 8199 8189, pure-dining.com

WHAT TO DO

Hong Kong Disneyland
The entertainment and attractions are as magical as you'd expect, whether it's the thrilling rides of Space Mountain or Tinker Bell Castle. http://park.hongkongdisneyland.com

Ocean Park Hong Kong
A marine mammal park, oceanarium, animal theme park and amusement park rolled into one. oceanpark.com.hk

Star Ferry
Crossing Victoria Harbour on a Star Ferry is a must-do experience in Hong Kong — there's even a double-decker re-creation of a ferry that plied the harbour in the 1920s. starferry.com

Stanley market
A bustling market with everything from good quality silk garments to Chinese jewellery and locally made souvenirs. hk-stanley-market.com

Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens
One of the oldest botanical 
gardens in the world with more than 1,000 species of plant and animals from orangutan to alligators. lcsd.gov.hk/parks 

British Airways offers five-night holidays in Hong Kong, including return flights, from £660. Visit ba.com.

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