From secret dining rooms to high-flying experiences, these aren't your average Instagram hot spots. If you're into the finer things in life, these are the fanciest places in Hong Kong to flex on the 'gram

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The Upper House

The Upper House is a kind of Hong Kong Mecca for influencers and Instagrammers, thanks to its sleek design by André Fu and sprawling sky-high views over Victoria Harbour to one side, and misty jungle views of Mid-Levels and The Peak behind. Request a corner table at Café Gray Deluxe, order one of their signature cocktails and get snap happy. 

The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong, +852 2918 1838,

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China Club

Technically, you're not allowed to take photos at this ultra-exclusive club, but that hasn't stopped many from flexing a night out at this chic destination founded by the late Sir David Tang, which is frequented by the city's most fabulous and fashionable circles. The most popular photo-opp spots? The iconic staircase and the library, of course. 

China Club, Bank of China, 2A Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2521 8888

See also: 10 Of The Most Exclusive Private Members' Clubs In Hong Kong

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The Krug Room At Mandarin Oriental

Deep inside The Chinnery at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, is The Krug Room. Arguably one of the most exclusive and sought-after tables in the city, this private dining room hosts up to 12 guests and has round windows looking into the kitchen so you can watch as world-class chefs prepare a whimsical experience—calling it a meal would be an understatement. 

The Krug Room, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong, +852 2825 4014,

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The Murray, Hong Kong

There are no bad angles at The Murray—arguably one of the most photogenic hotels in Hong Kong, with sleek lines and spectacular city views. Head up to the rooftop bar, Popinjays, to get a breathtaking shot of the Hong Kong skyline, or wander the hotel grounds for architecturally pleasing portraits. 

The Murray, 22 Cotton Tree Dr, Central, Hong Kong, +852

See also: First Look: Inside The Murray, Hong Kong

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Hong Kong-Macau Sky Shuttle Helipad

If you're going to go to Macau, you'd better do it in style. Ditch the crowded ferry and choppy waters for a quick and chic helicopter ride, and have someone snap you making your way onto your chariot in the sky. Don't forget to capture the incredible aerial views on the way, too!

Sky Shuttle, Shun Tak Centre, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 2108 9898,

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Oriental Spa at Landmark Mandarin, Hong Kong

Do you spend your spare time luxuriating in a sparkling hammam or amethyst crystal steam room? If not, you should, and you can get your fix at The Oriental Spa at Landmark Mandarin. Go the extra mile and book the VIP Sanctuary Suite, which comes equipped with a private crystal steam shower, a large vitality tub, dual massage beds and flat-screen TV for the ultimate spa experience.

The Oriental Spa, Landmark Mandarin, 15 Queen's Road Central, Central, +852 2132 0188, 

See also: Tatler Tests: The World's First Halotherapy Sauna In Hong Kong

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Felix at The Peninsula

Felix at The Peninsula Hong Kong offers one of the most striking dining experiences to be had in the city, from the entrance—dim lighting set the mood for the incredible skyline views ahead (best go during the evening)—through to the edgy Philippe Starck décor, and the exquisite food. 

Felix, 28/F, The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, +852 2696 6778,