The city is full of food that looks just as good as it tastes
Flash party spots, intellectual dives and late-night jam sessions: Central district has a night out for everyone
Traditional buildings and bold skyscrapers, open-air markets and hip design stores all sit shoulder to shoulder in one of Hong Kong’s oldest districts
Descend from Hong Kong’s highest point into lush greenery, before exploring grand buildings, urban parks … and perhaps even a swish hotel or two
Sure, you can drop £1,000 on a private helicopter tour of Hong Kong Island – or you could jump on one of the city’s famous double-decker trams for just 21p
This cinematic city offers iconic views, stunning rooftop bars and, a little further afield, pretty beaches and great hiking.
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
In many parts of the world, using public transport can be a more enriching experience for visitors than a guided tour or private car hire – but you might have to sharpen up your hammock-fixing and price negotiation skills. Our writers tell us about their favourite ways of getting around