Essentially Central

Whether your exhibition visitors only have hours to spare, or a full day of leisure to explore the downtown, Hong Kong’s Central offers an array of sightseeing, dining and shopping options that will keep even the most well-travelled business visitor entertained. As one of the city’s gourmet hot spots, peckish visitors can choose to dine in a luxurious hotel, a trendy restaurant, or a popular local eatery to discover why Hong Kong referred to as the ‘culinary capital of Asia’.

Those keen to sample the city’s world-famous shopping can visit one of Central’s flashy malls, or browse the street-side markets for a bargain or memorable trinket. Central is also home to some of Hong Kong’s best sightseeing opportunities, whether it be touring the historic area’s beautiful colonial buildings and declared monuments, strolling through aromatic temples, viewing picturesque cathedrals, or gazing skyward at some of the world’s most impressively designed skyscrapers.

Those with additional time to spare may wish to hop aboard the unforgettable Peak Tram to reach Hong Kong’s most visited attraction – The Peak. Offering spectacular panoramic views of Victoria Harbour, the Peak Tower also houses the popular Madame Tussauds Hong Kong wax museum.

Those wishing to explore Central after dark can head into SoHo or Lan Kwai Fong to sample a multitude of Chinese and Western cuisines, as well as some of the city’s best nightlife.