Travel Postcard: 48 hours in Hong Kong for festive fun
If that's not an option, try Island Tang or the award-winning Yung Kee, famous for roast goose and thousand-year eggs.
11 p.m. - Stroll up to Lan Kwai Fong, a strip of pulsating bars and clubs in the city's Central District. Tazmania Ballroom is a good place to people watch while Azure, in the same building on the 29th floor, has a spacious outdoor terrace. If you are in search of a quiet drink, head to Wyndham the 4th, an elegant lounge bar known for its creative cocktails (www.wyndham4th.hk/), or the Quinary (www.quinary.hk/).
7.30 a.m. - Take a morning stroll through Hong Kong Park to the Peak tram terminus where you alight for a steep and historic journey to view the city's spectacular skyline. Built in 1888, the Peak tram was the first cable funicular in Asia.
After alighting at the highest terminus, take in expansive views of teeming high-rises, an abundance of green landscape and traditional ferries crossing the city's Victoria Harbor.
8.30 a.m. - Grab breakfast at homegrown chain Pacific Coffee Company where you can enjoy ceiling to wall views of the skyline along with great bagels. For a more formal venue, head to The Peak Lookout, where you can enjoy a full brunch or Chinese congee in a serene outdoor garden.
10.30 a.m. - If you are feeling energetic, stroll back down towards Hong Kong's mid levels district along Lugard Road. Easy sloping paths, frequented by dog walkers and joggers, take you past remnants of an old fort and stunning views of
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