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The Elite Business Traveler's Hong Kong

The Elite Business Traveler's Hong KongTrip Plan

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Trip Plan Tags: 
luxury,
business
Destinations: 
Asia,
China,
Hong Kong,
Japan,
Shinjuku,
Tokyo

Korean Air is one of the select few airlines with permission to fly into Hong Kong International Airport. After departing from our world class airline there are many wonders to experience on the ground. Below are some great recommendations for any traveler in Hong Kong - with some convenient yet equally exciting points of interest that will appeal to the business traveler who has less free time in the city.

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Park Hyatt Tokyo
Hotel Park Hyatt Tokyo, Tokyo

Perched high above throbbing Shinjuku on the top floors of Kenzo Tange's 52-story steel and granite Park Tower, this has long been the hotel of choice for... more

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The Excelsior
Hotel The Excelsior, Hong Kong

Perhaps the only moderately priced Mandarin Oriental property in existence, this 30-year-old tower is big with business travelers and tour groups. But the... more

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See + Do Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong

Right on the waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui, this museum mounts fine temporary exhibitions and has a huge permanent collection of more than 14,000 Chinese... more

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Nightlife Dragon-I, Hong Kong

It serves a tasty dim sum for lunch, but Dragon-I is better known as one of the city's plushest nightspots. Its rich red walls, banquettes, and... more

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Shop Cat Street Market, Hong Kong

For lovers of kitsch, Cat Street Market sells Cultural Revolution memorabilia: "Little Red Book"s, Mao alarm clocks, ceramic Red Guard statuettes, and badges of... more

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See + Do Happy Valley Racing, Hong Kong

Hong Kong locals are horse-racing fanatics—so it's no surprise that this track, an oasis of green lit by giant floodlights at night, sits right at the... more

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Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
Hotel Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

After $140 million in renovations, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, reopened in September 2006 and immediately regained its perch as Hong Kong's grande dame.... more

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Eating Luk Yu Tea House, Hong Kong

The best—and certainly the most traditional—dim sum in town is served here. Its 1930s rosewood furniture, creaky ceiling fans, brass spittoons, and... more

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See + Do Acupressure and Massage Centre, Hong Kong

If you've been hitting Hong Kong's nightspots a little too hard (or if you're just jetlagged from a long trip over), make like a local and head to this... more

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Shop Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Luxury-brand addicts and those who aspire to be draped in their wares have long flocked to Hong Kong's Central District. But trendsetters are increasingly... more

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Eating Krug Room, Hong Kong

The Mandarin Oriental's Krug Room is the ultimate in gustatory indulgence. Diners arrive via limousine and are escorted to a secret room off the kitchen that... more

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