Cruise & Stay
Welcome to Hong Kong
Cruise Nation are delighted to bring you our great range of Hong Kong Cruise & Stay Holidays. This means that Cruise Nation bring you massive choice on cruise lines to sail with throughout the year. Our Hong Kong Smart Packages feature FREE stays in one of many handpicked hotels which are all centrally located in Hong Kong providing you with the ideal base from which to explore all that this exciting destination has to offer.
With our Hong Kong Cruise & Stay packages, your flights will always be included. We also offer flights from a number of regional airports throughout the UK giving you much greater flexibility and making your holiday experience as smooth as possible.
Foodies will adore Hong Kong, with an endless array of options for dinning out. Choose from glamorous rooftop restaurants with iconic views of Victoria Harbour or make like the locals and head for the food trucks and night markets where street food reigns. After dinner, drinks are served any way you like - in classy cocktail joints, hipster brew pubs or secret bars. For late night antics, head to Hong Kong's all-night clubs, where you'll find the local elite rubbing shoulders with international VIPs on the dancefloor.
Alongside family fun at Hong Kong's two biggest theme parks - Disneyland Hong Kong and Ocean Park Hong Kong - there's plenty of activities, historic sites and attractions to keep the entire family occupied during the day. Choose from panoramic views atop city peaks to temples, parks and museums.
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Things to do in Hong Kong
Commonly referred to as simply The Peak, Victoria Peak is Hong Kong's famous mountain and the best vantage point in the city…
Reached by the Victorian Peak Tram, which whisks visitors to 1,300 feet above sea level, the summit offers an incredible view, stretching from the centre's skyscrapers to the mountains of the New Territories.
Hong Kong Disneyland
This family-friendly amusement park has fun for all ages…
Hong Kong Disneyland
Whether it's the braving the Battlestar Galactica - the world’s tallest pair of duelling rollercoasters - or settling down to watch much-loved animated films such as Shrek, this family-friendly amusement park has fun for all ages.
Ocean Park Hong Kong
Another of Hong Kong's popular amusement parks, Ocean Park Hong Kong has been entertaining families since 1977…
Ocean Park Hong Kong
The marine-life themed park is located on the south side of Hong Kong Island, and features rides, shows and animal displays.
Ngong Ping 360
The perfect way to explore Lantau Island, Ngong Ping 360 cable car is a 25-minute scenic ride that connects Ngong Ping with the town of Tung Chung…
Ngong Ping 360
Visitors can enjoy panoramic views of Lantau Island and, thanks to the glass-bottomed cable cars, a bird's eye view of the sea and mountain as you cruise above them.
The Clock Tower
One of Hong Kong's iconic monuments, The Clock Tower is the only remaining part of the original Kowloon Station on the Kowloon-Canton Railway…
The Clock Tower
Built in 1915 and standing at 44m, visitors can take a look inside the Clock Tower building to learn more about the millions of Chinese immigrants who passed through the terminus to begin new lives in the city.
Restaurants in Hong Kong
Above & Beyond
With panoramic views across Victoria Harbour and delicious menu of classic Cantonese dishes served with a modern twist, Above & Beyond is one of Hong Kong's most popular restaurants for visitors. Owned by Sir Terence Conran and helmed by chef Joseph Tse, the pan-seared Kagoshima pork belly comes highly recommended.
Twenty Six by Liberty
As one of Hong Kong's most exclusive restaurants, it's not easy to get a table at Twenty Six by Liberty. Those who are lucky enough to book one of the 26 seats will be treated to an innovative eight-course menu created by top chef Chris Keung.
Located on the corner of Hollywood Road and Peel Street, Hong Kong’s first Brazilian-Japanese street food restaurant is a testament to the city's diverse cuisine. Combining fresh Brazilian ingredients with Japanese techniques, this stylish restaurant is a firm favourite with local Hong Kongers.
Known globally for its use of fresh Japanese ingredients with European dishes, executive chef Richard Ekkebus's Amber has been topping the list of best restaurants in Hong Kong since it opened in 2005. It might be difficult to reserve a table, but those who do can enjoy dishes such as Japanese sea urchin with lobster jell‐O, served with cauliflower, caviar and crispy waffles.
Hong Kong Nightlife
Situated on the 118th floor of International Commerce Centre in Kowloon, some 490m above sea level, the Ritz Carlton's Ozone is the world's highest bar. Oozing glamour, the luxury bar features a 270-degree view, stretching as far as The Peak. Cocktails are indulgent, with the in-house mixologist's distinctive use of sweet and sour combos to create deliciously different drinks.
For an uninterrupted view over the harbour and the daily light show, head for the Mandarin Oriental's M Bar. Located within the 50-year old hotel, the M Bar slick interior and great selection of gin make it the perfect place to start your night out in Hong Kong.
PDT (Please Don’t Tell)
The sister of New York's famous Please Don't Tell, Hong Kong's own PDT is one of the city's most popular "secret" bars. Entrance is via a door hidden behind a phone booth, and inside the theatrics continue with wall-mounted stuffed animals and a decadent drinks menu.
The place to see and be seen, Dragon-i is one of Hong Kong's most exclusive clubs. Claiming to sell more champagne than any other club in Southeast Asia, don't be surprised if you find yourself rubbing shoulders with celebs on the dancefloor. The music is current and the cocktails expensive, but for those who make it past the velvet-roped door, a night of VIP fun awaits.
The Hong Kong instalment of the legendary London club, Boujis serves up delicious cocktails in an opulent space. Party the night away on the packed dancefloor or try your luck at the VIP area - the best seats in the house to watch the night's action unfold.
Events in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Chinese New Year
If you find yourself in Hong Kong during Chinese New Year, you'll get to be part of one of the biggest and most colourful celebrations of the year. With festive markets, a parade of floats, performances from international and local artists and a spectacular fireworks display, Hong Kong does Chinese New Year with a bang.
Hong Kong Great November Feast
With events taking place from the 1st to the 30th of the month, Hong Kong's Great November Feast is one event food lovers will not want to miss. From tasting menus by some of the city's top chefs to gastronomy tours, wine expos and gourmet street food, this indulgent celebration highlights the best of Hong Kong's cuisine.
Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival
Running annually for three days in June, the Kong Dragon Boat Carnival is an ancient Chinese Festival that takes place in Victoria Harbour. The world's top dragon boat athletes come out to race against each other, with thousands of spectators watching from the water's edge - with plenty of beer and food trucks to keep them entertained during the competition.