Go to Victoria Peak for an incredible view of Hong Kong.
From the Grand Hyatt catch the Star Ferry (HK$2 each) to Tsim Sha Tsui. Then take the MTR subway from TsimShaTsui station on Tsuen Wan Line to Central station. Once in Central station look for exit J2 then go towards Peak Tram Terminus on Garden Road. The tram (HK$33 round trip) will take you to Victoria Peak.
Visit the ICC International Commerce Centre - Hong Kong’s tallest building. Take the super fast elevator to the sky100 Observation Deck (HK$168 per person) for a Birds Eye view of Hong Kong. You can reach the ICC building on the MTR at Kowloon Station. http://sky100.com.hk/en/
Harbour City mall (800 shops) located on Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui. Top floor has many small restaurants and bakeries. Perfect for lunch.
IFC mall located in Central. City Super located in the mall is a great place to pick up international food items – iberico ham, exotic fruits, sandwiches, liquor, anything you could want.
Sen-ryo Japanese sushi restaurant. Several locations including IFC mall Suite 3099-3100
Order from the menu or take what you want from the continually rotating conveyor belt winding through the restaurant. Many combination plates available from the menu. All reasonably priced.
Mix your own matcha tea at your table. This is a fun place and get busy after 1:00 pm.
Serenade Chinese Restaurant 1-2/F Restaurant Block, Hong Kong Cultural Centre 10, Salisbury Road
This is a lovely old style elegant restaurant with white tablecloths overlooking the harbor. Easy to order dim sum with the help of a menu with pictures – just mark what you want. Don’t miss the mango pudding.
Located at the Central Pier easy walking distance from the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong this museum displays the fascinating history of Hong Kong harbor and the story of the Chinese maritime exploration. HK$30
Get a great overview of Hong Kong and surrounding areas by catching the Hop on Hop Off bus
There are three routes you can take which will get you to many destinations including the Victoria Peak Tram, Ocean Park, Stanley Park and Man Mo Temple. Get the 48 hour ticket.
The Peninsula Hotel built in 1928 is Hong Kong’s oldest hotel. The lobby is a stunning example of classical grandeur. In the lobby you can enjoy afternoon tea which is pricey (HK$628 for two) and the quality of the food selections (finger sandwiches, pastries, scones etc) has gone down from previous years but it is still very popular and you can expect to stand in line for about 30 minutes before being seated. http://hongkong.peninsula.com/en/default
Sangeetha Vegetarian Restaurant
UG 1-5 & 31, Wing On Plaza 62 Mody Road East Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong
North and South Indian dishes. Do not miss the Dosa – there are many different kinds. They will help you with your order and the food is delicious.
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