It’s no secret that Hong Kong is one of the most vibrant cities in the world that made us fall in love at first sight with its spectacular skyline, gorgeous natural wonders and diverse food scene (among many other things). With travel restrictions still in place, there’s never been a better time to go out and rediscover the fascinating city we call home.
Whether it's indulging in retail therapy at beautifully designed shopping malls, visiting world-class art exhibitions or exploring scenic hiking trails, there are plenty of places and activities in Hong Kong to offer you a sense of escape and keep you entertained. But if you’re one of those people who appreciates the finer things of life and wants to enjoy the best of what our city has to offer, we’ve compiled a list of luxurious things to do in Hong Kong that will give you a holiday to remember.
From helicopter rides over Victoria Harbour to private parties aboard the Hong Kong iconic tram, these are the most unique and extravagant local bucket list experiences to tick off while we're waiting until we can take weekend trips abroad again.
Stay at city’s most luxurious hotel suites
There’s no need to keep mourning the absence of international travel when you have endless options of hotels to choose from for a truly indulgent stay in Hong Kong. Our city is home to some of the world’s best five-star hotels with top-notch culinary offerings, extravagant spas and first-class hospitality, so it would be a shame not to take the time to pamper yourself and book yourself a staycation for a city break.
Among the city’s most extravagant is Rosewood Hong Kong’s Harbour House that spans 12,000 square feet, featuring five bedrooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and all the luxurious amenities you could possibly desire—including a private elevator, two outdoor lap pools, wraparound landscaped gardens, spacious living and dining areas, as well as a private gym. If you’re looking for more staycation inspirations, be sure to check out our list of the most luxurious hotel suites to book in Hong Kong.