Hong Kong’s fun hot spots
Grab your chopsticks and let’s go quick sticks. Right now there’s a huge menu of odd and exciting spots to satiate your sights, as well as your taste buds. Here are a few suggestions:
Hong Kong is the perfect city for all things amazing. For starters, there’s the adrenalin of Happy Valley horse racing. Action takes off Wed nights at 7.30pm, from Sept to June. Folks try to bump up their income while trying to avoid bumping into a spook, as locals believe there are resident ghosts from an accident almost a century ago. They may be able to sneak around overhearing tips, but I wonder how they collect their winnings?
You, however, can start investing some of your winnings on a ferry trip to see the amazing city skyline at Central. How about art, I hear you cry, then why not take in some non-mainstream art at the Fringe Club, or empty your purse and fill up your dreams at the Ladies Market in Mong Kok?
And when it’s time to make a statement, catwalk your way to Ozone, Hong Kong’s most stylish distiller of champagne cocktails, decedent desserts and, being on the 118th floor, one of the most famous views in the world. Shaken, not stirred, I hear a well-dressed voice whisper.
Out of town, grab your little black dress for a quick sojourn to tumble some dice at Macau. If it’s time to swap the bright lights for sunlight, ease into your bikini and siesta on the luxurious white sandy beaches of East Sai Kung Country Park. There’s nothing like action to make you totally relaxed.
When it’s time to rest your inner shopper, there’s centrally located hotel options, with members enjoying many extras such as a free drink on arrival and late check-out.