Hong Kong Racing Museum
Horse racing is the most popular live spectator sport in Hong Kong, not least because it offers one of the few legal ways to gamble in...
Founded by a furnishing design consultant, this gallery shows local contemporary art in a range of media, from painting and photography...
Hong Kong Cemetery
Crowded and cosmopolitan, dead Hong Kong is no different from the breathing city. Tombstones jostle for space at this Christian cemetery...
Happy Valley Racecourse
An outing at the races is one of the quintessential Hong Kong things to do, especially if you happen to be around during one of the...
Gi Kee Seafood Restaurant
Reserve a table or expect to queue for a plastic stool at this dai pai dong perched above a wet market. Chan Chung-fai, the man in the...
Lonely Planet review
The Cantonese-Sichuanese restaurant at this hotel owned by controversial entertainment mogul Albert Yeung whips up the best spicy Sichuanese hotpot in town (soup base $120, dishes from $30). The standard of the dim sum is also high. Canto-pop fans may even catch a glimpse of Mr Yeung’s protégés – we certainly did.