Hong Kong’s cultural scene spans everything from top-flight fairs showing blockbuster works to gritty street art and a blossoming home-grown community
From homegrown heroes like Clockenflap to international imports Sónar and Creamfields, Hong Kong’s city festivals are easy to enjoy – and mud-free
This cinematic city offers iconic views, stunning rooftop bars and, a little further afield, pretty beaches and great hiking.
The airport express train takes less than 25 minutes to the city centre, so with hours before your next flight there is time for a flying visit to cafes and sights – and maybe even some shopping.
Julian Worker has written a number of travel books including
The lesser-visited islands of Hong Kong’s archipelago offer an escape from the city, with everything from rock-hard climbs to ancient forts – and the occasional wild bovine
Venerable sweet shop Kwan Kee makes cakes and puddings from scratch every day, winning the Kowloon takeaway recognition from Michelin
With the handover of Hong Kong to Beijing looming, HSBC’s board wanted a prominent symbol of their bank’s political power. Norman Foster delivered, taking the 1960s dream of a plug-in, prefab city and making it real.