Hong Kong Guide – The Best 10 Hotspots


After my very relaxed first class flight with Swiss, I arrived in Hong Kong. It’s an incredible city and meanwhile definitely on my top 3 in the world, which is why I show you a Hong Kong guide with the best 10 hotspots.

Hong Kong Guide – about the city

Hong Kong is a so-called ‘Special Administrative Region‘ of the Republic of China. In the 18th century the city was occupied by the United Kingdom and was later declared a British colony. In the 90s, the handover to the Republic of China took place.


The city has around 7.5 million inhabitants, is very densely populated and is considered one of the cities with the highest cost of living in the world. The majority of the population consists of approximately 95% ethnic Chinese, about 500,000 inhabitants are foreigners and expats.


The two most noteworthy areas are the Kowloon Peninsula and Hong Kong Island, separated by the Victoria Harbour Strait.


I travelled in the month of July, which is about the hottest travel season. Especially the humidity is with up to 80% enormously high, so it is strongly recommended to always have enough water with you. For those who like it cooler, spring is recommended.

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Hong Kong Guide – The Best 10 Hotspots

Photographed with the Huawei P20 Pro

Now it’s time to get down to business: our Hong Kong Guide. It’s a great pleasure to present the article from the lens of a Huawei P20 Pro – all shots were taken with the new flagship of Huawei. Worth mentioning: it’s equipped with the best smartphone camera available on the market at the moment. I clearly became attached to this fantastic smartphone, especially the night shots are absolutely brilliant – but I think we let the pictures speak for themselves.

Hong Kong Hotel

The choice is huge and there are plenty of great hotels.  We like it small but fine.

1. The Fleming Hotel

41 Fleming Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong


About the hotel
The Fleming Hotel is located in the heart of Wan Chai. A very stylish and urban hotel at reasonable prices. This small but fine boutique hotel has a very pleasant ambience, it smells good everywhere and only the best materials had been used to build it.

The rooms are generously furnished and come up with chic retro details.

Double room from 200.00 CHF per night

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hong kong hotel

Lunch in Hong Kong

For an authentic and delicious lunch we have two very reasonable hotspots in our Hong Kong Guide.

1. DimDimSum Speciality Store

7 Tin Lok Lane, Causeway Bay, Wan Chai


About the restaurant
Here you can get very tasty dumplings in the middle of locals for an unbelievable price.

Lunch including drinks 100.00 HKD (about 12 Swiss Francs).

best dumplings in hong kong

2. Streetfood on the market

Central, Hong Kong


About Streetfood
We already noticed in Bangkok: the most authentic is on the street. At the Central Market in Hong Kong there are a few ways to enjoy the so-called’street food’ – a treat for the palate!

Lunch including drinks 70.00 HKD (about 9 Swiss Francs).

streetfood in hong kong

Excursions during the day

Of course we also have a few destinations in our Hong Kong Guide for all those who like to stroll through the city during the day.

1. The PMQ

35 Aberdeen St, Central, Hong Kong


About PMQ
Start-up scene & Co-Working spaces meet creativity. On several floors you meet young and creative entrepreneurs, artists and all those who otherwise like to live out their artistic talents.

pmq hong kong


pmq hongkong

2. Markets in Hong Kong

– Central Market, Hong Kong
– Tung Choi St. Mong Kok


About the markets
There are various markets in Hong Kong with all kinds of concepts. We particularly liked the markets in the districts of Mong Kok and Central. It’s worth taking a walk through here, looking at everything and being inspired by the fresh and perfectly clean products.

hong kong market

market hong kong

3. Chin Lin Nunnery

5 Chi Lin Dr, Diamond Hill


About Chin Lin Nunnery
A beautiful Buddhist complex with garden, it is definitely worthwhile to stay here a bit to see the whole thing.

chin lin nunnery

chin lin

hong kong chin lin nunnery

hong kong garden

hong kong temple

Dinner in Hong Kong

An elegant gourmet dinner is a must in this city.

1. Hutong Rooftop Restaurant

28/F, 1 Beijing Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui


About Hutong Restaurant
Outstanding location, high above the roofs of Hong Kong – a fantastic view is guaranteed. The food is excellent, the prices rather expensive.

Dinner incl. wine per person approx. 1.200 HKD (approx. 150 Swiss Francs).

hong kong skyline


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2. Osteria Marzia

The Fleming, 41 Fleming Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong


About the Osteria Marzia
What about something other than Asian food? There is excellent seafood here, especially the fish is delicious!

Dinner incl. wine per person approx. 700 HKD (approx. 90 Swiss Francs).

seafood hong kong

seafood restaurant hong kong

Bars in Hong Kong

Below are two of the best bars I’ve ever seen. The reason? They both have something mysterious.

hidden bars hong kong

1. Stockton Bar & Cigar Lounge

32 Wyndham St, Central, Hong Kong


About the Stockton
From my perspective, one of the best bars in the world – the Stockton is simply magical. Furnished with thick leather armchairs from the colonial era, wild cocktails and a hidden cigar lounge.

The prices seemed moderate, nothing extraordinary to note. The cigar lounge requires a minimum consumption.

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2. Frank’s Library

8 Ice House St, Central, Hong Kong


About Frank’s Library
The entrance looks a bit like the movie Kingsman. A jazz club like it’s in the books. In the evening there is live music, cocktails and a hidden bar.

The prices seemed moderate, nothing extraordinary to note.

fran's library

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hong kong hidden places

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