Aside from its architectural significance as the skyline of Asia, Hong Kong’s cultural traditions and sophisticated style has led to it being recognised as a culinary capital. The dominant cuisine in Hong Kong is Cantonese and it’s easily the best you can find anywhere in the world.
Beyond Cantonese food, the best of China is well represented, be it Shanghainese, Northern or Sichuanese. From monkfish liver sushi to French molecular cuisine, Hong Kong has no shortage of great restaurants specialising in the food of other cultures. The people of Hong Kong love the French kitchen, therefore Hong Kong boasts a variety of excellent European restaurants too.
Hotels and service are the best in the world and tie in well with the architectural heritage and modern Chinese contemporary development. From the traditional art deco style of the Peninsula built in 1928 to the modern Ritz Carlton, each has its own sense of style and sophistication.
The journey from the roof top of the Peninsula Hotel offers the ultimate reward for performance or a very special treat. The hotel’s bespoke helicopter is waiting to take you on a VIP adventure with the most spectacular views. Once transferred to a luxury yacht, a perfectly secluded bay will provide the ultimate setting to enjoy a true Peninsula feast. And that’s before the Rolls-Royce arrives and takes you back.