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Where to Eat, Stay and Explore in Hong Kong

Make the most of your Hong Kong stay with Michelin-starred seafood at Loaf On and new Sneaker Street kicks.


Langham Hong Kong

Photo: The Langham Hong Kong

Langham Hong Kong

Once you’ve breathed in the Langham hotel group’s distinctive floral scent you’ll never forget it. (You can even bring a bottle home with you.) Fuel your adventures at the half-dozen dining options, including T’ang Court, one of just four Cantonese restaurants worldwide to earn three Michelin stars.

The Sun Arcade, 8 Peking Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 852-2375-1133,

Eat & Drink

Loaf On

Loaf On

Unassuming Michelin-starred dining is on the menu at this iconic seafood spot on the Sai Kung Promenade, whose focus on all things marine does occasionally wander up on land. Call ahead to order the signature dish, the chili-pepper crispy-skin chicken: spicy, tangy and crunchy like chips.

49 See Cheung St., Sai Kung, 852-2792-9966

Le Port Parfumé

Le Port Parfumé

Tucked away in a side street on the slopes of Central, this intimate wood-panelled spot puts a French spin on the seafood scene. Wash down the pesto-spiked clams a la plancha with a glass of champagne to toast your many miles walked.

6-10 Kau U Fong, Central, 852-2824-3018


Chamonix Alpine Equipment

Forgot your gear? This outfitter will load you up with sturdy hiking boots, trekking poles and backpacks for one-hour to one-week hikes. There’s also a climbing workshop if you’re looking to expand your skillset (and horizons).

6A Nelson St., G/F & 1/F, Mongkok, 852-2388-3626,

Sneakers Street

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Sneakers Street

Update your kicks on this shopping strip in the Mongkok section of Kowloon – officially Fa Yuen Street – where, between the Adidas and Nike outlets, you’ll find indie shops stocked with limited-edition art sneaks.

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