Hong Kong, China

  • Hundreds of architectural wonders and skyscrapers decorate the city’s magnificent skyline.
  • Embark on a day trip to Cheung Chau, the island dwelling of notorious 19th century pirate Cheung Po Tsai. Tour the Pak Tai Temple.
  • Order localized cocktails at Lily and Bloom, a speakeasy-style lounge.
  • Have some fun and head to Snap! Selfie store. Take a unique souvenir home with a variety of entertaining backgrounds and costumes.
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Peaceful Oasis in the Sky

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.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Hong Kong International Airport (HGK)
  • Official Languages
    Cantonese and Yingyu (English)
  • Most Skyscrapers
    In the World
  • Hong Kong Translation
    Fragrant Harbor in Cantonese
  • Currency
    Hong Kong Dollar
  • Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival

Fresh Things to Do

Featured Activity

  • Island Hopping on a Junk Boat

    Don't let the name fool you! These "junk" boats, or traditional Chinese vessels with their eye-catching red sails, are now used by locals and tourists alike for a bit of nautical fun. Rent one for a nighttime tour around Victoria Harbor or go on a day trip to any one of the many islands that make up Hong Kong.

    Nam Fung Wan. Located in Rocky Harbor, this popular island destination with its pristine waters is ideal for snorkeling and has a number of lagoons and coves that are perfect for underwater exploring.

    Nine Pin Islands. A little further off the beaten junk boat trail are the Nine Pin Islands, a collection of rocky island outcrops at the edge of the South China Sea. Hop off your boat and explore some of the numerous rock formations such as Rock Chamber and Tiger Mouth Cave.

    Turtle Cove. A dedicated nesting ground for turtles most of the year, this cove on the east side of Lamma Island is just as stunning as many of the other boating locations, but is still under the radar so it's significantly less crowded.

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Map of Hong Kong

Google Maps satellite images are not always up-to-date, especially in non-U.S. destinations. Some Inspirato residences are located in developments built after images were last updated. Our pin placements represent our best location estimates, but actual locations may vary.

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