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High above the vibrant streets of Hong Kong sits The Upper House, the contemporary masterpiece designed by the internationally renowned architect Andre Fu in collaboration with Swire Hotels. Spacious and airy, modern yet inviting, this hotel is perfect for taking advantage of all the wonders Hong Kong has to offer. Enjoy panoramic views of Victoria Harbor and the city skyline and fine contemporary European cuisine at The Upper House's stylish Café Gray Deluxe, rated an impressive #4 of the 5,500 restaurants in Hong Kong. Or, venture out and experience all this world-class city affords. Shop at the many high-end stores located just a stone's throw away or frolic along any number of Hong Kong's pristine beaches.
Every Saturday and Sunday morning, yogis and yoga novices alike can enjoy The Upper House's complimentary yoga classes out on The Lawn, a grassy, outdoor retreat located on one of the hotel's rooftop areas.
Hop on the Peak Tram and travel up into the heavens to Victoria Peak, the highest mountain in Hong Kong. Be prepared to have your breath taken away by the views of the city's skyline and many harbors.
Falling on the fifteenth day of the first lunar month, this nighttime festival (which is also known as Chinese Valentine's Day) features carnivals that host stunning lantern and fireworks displays.
Also called Big Buddha, this 120-foot tall bronze statue weighs more than 200 tons and sits high above the hills of Ngong Ping near the Po Lin Monastery. Climb the 286 steps to the statue's base to get an ever closer look.
Escape the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong and visit the Chi Lin Nunnery, a Buddhist temple complex that features traditional Tang Dynasty architecture, lotus ponds and the beautiful Nan Lian Garden.
Although a bustling city, Hong Kong also has something for those who love to commune with nature. This serene portion of the 31-mile long Hong Kong Trail has views of the countryside and the South China Sea.
Hong Kong is a subtropical climate with four discernible seasons. Summers are hot and humid with frequent thunderstorms. Pack rain gear as typhoons also occur during this time. Fall is a pleasant season with dry, sunny days. Winters in Hong Kong are cool, dry and generally mild with average temperatures reaching 63 degrees with cooler nights. Dress for fluctuating winter temperatures by wearing layers. Hong Kong springs are warm and humid with a heavy dose of fog. Be prepared for travel delays as the fog can become so thick that it interferes with visibility.
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