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Peruse the highlights on Infinity Holidays’ ultimate Hong Kong menu

Whether your taste is for fine dining or eclectic street food, your taste buds can go on a journey of discovery in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong is a melting pot of culture, tradition and innovation.

In the heart of Asia's bustling metropolis lies a realm of exquisite opulence that beckons to the most discerning of travellers and families alike.

Hong Kong, a city known for its dynamic fusion of East and West, boasts a sumptuous world of luxury food, hotels, and a treasure trove of family-friendly activities that will leave you utterly enchanted, even if you didn’t bring the kids with you.

Trade-only wholesaler Infinity Holidays has joined forces with the Hong Kong Tourism Board to release a collection of easy-to-build travel packages to make putting together the ideal Hong Kong holiday simple.

Join us on a journey through the city's culinary treasures, lavish accommodations, and delightful adventures for the entire family.

The Culinary Odyssey

Hong Kong has no shortage of Michelin-star standard Dim Sum.

Hong Kong has long been celebrated as a global culinary capital, where traditional flavours and innovative gastronomy harmoniously coexist. It's a destination where Michelin-starred restaurants rub shoulders with humble street stalls, creating a culinary mosaic that caters to all tastes, with some notable standouts.

1. Dining Above the Skyline

Perched atop Victoria Peak, the Ritz-Carlton's Tin Lung Heen offers not just Michelin-starred dim sum but also awe-inspiring views of the city. Dine on exquisite dishes while gazing down at Hong Kong's mesmerising skyline, a feast for both your taste buds and your eyes.

2. Hidden Gems in Old Town

In the heart of the city's historic Sheung Wan district lies the highly exclusive T’ang Court. This three-Michelin-star restaurant serves authentic Cantonese cuisine in an intimate setting, juxtaposing old and new to create a unique dining experience that's second to none.

3. The Flavours of the Sea

Seafood enthusiasts should not miss The Jumbo Floating Restaurant. Docked in Aberdeen Harbour, this iconic restaurant serves fresh catches prepared in traditional Cantonese styles. The opulent décor and fresh sea breeze make it a true maritime paradise.

How to see it

Infinity Holidays has a five-star Hong Kong Island package featuring four nights at the Harbour Grand Hong Kong, coupled with a Hong Kong 5-choice Explorer by Go City and return airport transfers from $1,199 per person twin share.

Foodies might prefer the four-star Hong Kong Island with Foodie Tour deal, which includes four nights at the Harbour Plaza North Point, a Hong Kong Island Foodie Tour and return airport transfers from $949 per person twin share

The Luxurious Stays

The Peninsula Hong Kong defines prestige in the city.

After indulging in Hong Kong's gastronomic delights, retire to one of the city's opulent hotels that redefine the art of hospitality. Here are some of the most iconic establishments:

1. The Peninsula Hong Kong

A legend among luxury hotels, The Peninsula seamlessly combines timeless elegance with modern sophistication. Its iconic afternoon tea in the grand lobby is a ritual not to be missed.

2. The Mandarin Oriental

Situated in the heart of the financial district, The Mandarin Oriental offers world-class service and breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour. Its Michelin-starred restaurants, Man Wah and Pierre, are culinary destinations in their own right.

3. The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong

Soaring 118 stories above the city, The Ritz-Carlton stands as the highest hotel in the world. From its Ozone bar with panoramic views to the decadent spa and dining options, this establishment defines the ultimate in luxury.

Family Adventures in Hong Kong

If you think Hong Kong is just a city, this coastal cable car will change that.

While savouring the culinary and hospitality delights of Hong Kong, don't forget to explore the city's family-friendly attractions. They’re perfect even if the kids aren’t in tow, although leaving them behind may not be the best decision when you get home.

1. Disneyland Hong Kong

A magical world awaits at Hong Kong Disneyland, where beloved characters come to life, thrilling rides delight the young and young at heart, and enchanting parades light up the skies.

2. Ocean Park

A marine-themed amusement park and animal conservation centre, Ocean Park offers a unique blend of entertainment and education, with thrilling rides and fascinating marine life exhibits.

3. Victoria Peak Tram

Embark on a family adventure by taking the iconic tram ride up to Victoria Peak. The panoramic views of the cityscape are a sight to behold, and there's a stunning family-friendly nature trail at the top.

The Jumbo Floating Restaurant is an experience as much as it is a meal.

How to see it

Your clients can consider four nights at The Kowloon Hotel, a Hong Kong 5-choice Explorer by Go City and return airport transfers from $1,029 per person twin share.

Alternatively, upgrade to five-star with four nights at Harbour Grand Hong Kong, a Hong Kong 5-choice Explorer by Go City and return airport transfers from $1,175 per person twin share.

In Hong Kong, luxury is a way of life, but it's not just for adults. This city's rich history, bustling street markets, and vibrant culture ensure that every family member can find their own slice of enchantment.

So, if you're seeking the apex of culinary artistry, lavish living, and family-friendly fun, set your sights on Hong Kong. It's a destination that will tantalise your taste buds, pamper your every whim, and create unforgettable family memories in the Pearl of the Orient.

Click here for more details on Infinity Holidays' exciting range of Hong Kong packages.

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Written by: Matt Lennon
Published: 5 November 2023

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