Nicknamed the Grande Dame of the Far East, The Peninsula in Tsim Sha Tsui is Hong Kong’s oldest hotel – and arguably the most luxurious. With a front row seat to Victoria Harbour, the hotel has been the epitome of sophistication in the city ever since it opened in 1928. And offerings such as its classic afternoon tea at the lobby, helicopter services and 300 elegantly designed guestrooms have made the hotel a see-and-be-seen destination in itself for visitors and Hongkongers alike.
As one of Hong Kong’s most bustling neighbourhoods, there’s always something exciting happening in Tsim Sha Tsui. After checking out the curated selection of installation artwork and boutique stores at the new K11 Musea, visit the Hong Kong Museum of Art – which reopened in late 2019 after a four-year renovation – and catch a range of exhibitions including Classics Remix: The Hong Kong Viewpoint, in which 14 local artists inject new life into some of the museum’s major collections.