Visitors to Hong Kong, be they first timers or regulars, often seek out the city’s most famous dishes. With more than 30,000 restaurants, the list is always going to be hotly-contested, but some have clearly stood the test of time.
There’s no denying that summer in the Fragrant Harbour can be hot and sticky, but thankfully help is at hand with a brilliant range of options to beat the heat and allow you to see the city at its best.
Who needs Glastonbury or Coachella, when you have some of the enchanting music festivals in Hong Kong right on your doorstep. If you're in the know for music and culture, you won't want to miss these line-ups!
But what really sets Hotel Icon apart is its individuality. It's all exactly as I had imagined it, right down to the scent in lift. Only it's better and I am proud, and who can ask for more than that?
Staying in the world of action and physical activities, October features multiple world class sporting events to ensure fans are kept on the edge of their seats.
As the seasons change and new produce becomes available, our chefs at Hotel ICON work hard to bring diners the finest ingredients.
Beer is one of the oldest drinks known to mankind – with good reason. Cold and refreshing on a warm day, there are few better ways to quench the thirst and kick back than with a glass or two.
As temperatures in the city start to fall, there’s no better time to dust off the walking boots on one of the city’s numerous hiking trails.
October 10 marks an important date in the calendar with the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Association’s annual Pink Walk to spread the word about Breast Cancer Awareness Month.