Fish School in Hong Kong. Photo: Fish School
Fish School in Hong Kong. Photo: Fish School


Short stop in: Hong Kong

Whether you're looking for the perfect place to run off steam, an impressive venue for a business lunch, or the right store for those all-important presents to bring home, our business traveler's guide to Hong Kong, China, has you covered.

Photo: Café Deadend

Get some work done

Looking for a nice place to work from in between appointments? Café Deadend, located literally at a dead end in Sheung Wan, is an airy, elegant place to sit down with your laptop and enjoy different coffee brews, a bite to eat, or delicious baked goods from sister bakery Po's Atelier next door.

Café Deadend

72 Po Hing Fong, Hong Kong

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Work out

Prepare for the day's work or relax afterwards by jogging along the classic route at Bowen Road, a calm, almost car-free, 4km fitness trail. It offers both lush greenery and great vistas over Central, Wan Chai and Happy Valley. The route is pretty flat, making it suitable for most runners.

Bowen Rd Fitness Trail

17 Bowen Rd Fitness Trail, Hong Kong

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Photo: Amber Landmark Mandarin Oriental

Business lunch

For an upscale power lunch, try the Amber Landmark Mandarin Oriental hotel. Don't be intimidated by the two Michelin stars - at €65, the set lunch is actually pretty humanely priced for this quality. Chef Richard Ekkebus creates contemporary French dishes using seasonal ingredients, and the menu changes every three months. The setting is impressive, too.

Amber Landmark Mandarin Oriental

15 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong

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Photo: Fish School


The vibrant Sai Ying Pun-area is a great place to soak up the street life and have dinner. This neighborhood, in the Western district of Hong Kong, is one of the latest areas to garner a cool reputation thanks to its chic boutiques, great restaurants and fun bars. Book a table at Fish School, the latest venture by much-¬hyped restaurateur Yenn Wong, and sample beautifully presented, locally caught fish, shellfish, and cocktails.

Fish School

100 Third Street, Hong Kong

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Photo: Gagosian Gallery


The Chinese city of Hong Kong has gained a reputation as a hot spot for art, so if you have a few hours to spare, work on your culture credentials. In recent years, leading international galleries have opened branches in the city. Gagosian Gallery, on the seventh floor of the Pedder Building dating from 1923, is one of the largest. The gallery represents many major contemporary artists such as Andreas Gursky and Jeff Koons.

Gagosian Gallery

12 Pedder Street, Hong Kong

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Lala Curio is a great place to pick up small gifts or just fill up on home décor inspiration. Founder Laura Cheung comes from a family of artisans and has continued the tradition. Her collection includes furniture and smaller accessories like silk boxes, tile trays, decorative objects and hand-painted wallpapers.

Lala Curio

32-33 Sau Wa Fong, Hong Kong

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