Every one or two months one of the chefs from the five-star hotel teaches a different cuisine.
Peninsula Hong Kong
The Peninsula (c 1928), in a thronelike building, is one of the world’s great hotels. Though it was once called ‘the finest hotel east...
Hong Kong Space Museum & Theatre
This golf-ball-shaped building on the waterfront houses two exhibition halls and a planetarium with a large concave screen. Films are...
For mellow 1940s and ‘50s jazz, take your smoking jacket along and sip cognac at the Peninsula’s most stylish watering hole. Your fellow...
Gaddi’s, which opened just after WWII, was one of those restaurants where wealthy families celebrated their special occasions. Today the...
Lonely Planet review
The Peninsula hotel’s flagship Chinese restaurant, Spring Moon is a graceful teahouse in 1920s art deco style, where you can savour excellent teas and dim sum (from $50, lunch only) while basking in friendly service and the croonings of 1930s songstresses.