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Aqua offers an uninterrupted panoramic view of the Victoria Harbour presented through floor-to-ceiling windows spanning two stories. Any Hong Konger will tell you that the best view is from Kowloon looking back to the Hong Kong Island skyline (and not vice versa). Also, Spoon by Alain Ducasse in [Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star] InterContinental Hong Kong has a great view.
Hong Kong’s skyscrapers, hilly landscape, and vast harbor make for great views around every corner. Or up every elevator, more accurately. Take it all in from a table at one of these restaurants.
Above and Beyond Airy views from the 28th floor and superb Cantonese cuisine await at this restaurant in TST’s Icon hotel. What’s in a name? A lot, in the case.
The restaurants at the Ritz Carlton Lodged on floors 102-118 of the ICC building, the Ritz Carlton has several options for dining with a view. Tosca does luxe Italian, Tin Lung Heen serves refined Cantonese. Not for acrophobes.
Felix Though housed in one of HK’s oldest hotels, the food and Philippe Starck design are ultra modern at this contemporary European table on the 28th floor of the Peninsula.
Lung King Heen One of the best Cantonese restaurants in Hong Kong also comes with a commanding view over Victoria Harbor. Located in the Four Seasons.
Hutong Named for Beijing’s narrow, winding alleys, the cuisine at this trendy spot is northern Chinese. But the views will remind you that you are, in fact in Hong Kong.
Pearl on the Peak Perhaps more of a tourist attraction than gourmand destination, the 270° view down over the HK skyline, from atop Victoria Peak itself, is sure to impress.