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An Opulent Man Wah Reopens

Man Wah, known since 1968 as serving some of the best Cantonese food in the world, recently reopened after a six-month renovation.

Members' Choice 2018: Hotel With the Most Amazing View

A hotel can be completely transformed by a spectacular vista. Our members found the views at the following properties to be the most awe-inspiring.

Members' Choice 2018: Hotel With the Most Indulgent Spa

An inviting spa should act as a sanctuary for rest, relaxation and rejuvenation. The following three wellness retreats were our members' favorites.

The Harper Notebook: Best Restaurants in Hong Kong

Hong Kong has no shortage of high-end dining options. Here are 9 of Andrew Harper's favorites -- some traditional, some experimental -- in this thrilling city.

Things to Do in Hong Kong

Today's Hong Kong is thrilling and relentless -- and there's no shortage of things to do. Here are a few suggestions from Mr. Harper.

Hotel Highlights 2017: Best Amenities & More

Each year, we have the pleasure of recalling our travel experiences and singling out particularly memorable hotels. Here are our favorites from 2016.

Hong Kong Hotels

Two boutique hotels in Hong Kong reviewed in the March 2016 issue of Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report.

Hong Kong Boutique Hotels

In a city with two of the world's greatest grand hotels, The Peninsula and the Mandarin Oriental, it might seem perverse to go looking for alternatives.

Preserving Hong Kong's Past

While new high-rise construction proceeds at a dizzying pace, I was delighted to find that attempts have been made to preserve significant historic structures.

Two Small Museums of Note: Tea Museum and Chop Museum

Just a short walk from The Upper House, Hong Kong Park contains two fascinating small museums.

Hong Kong Restaurants

In Hong Kong, food is a constant topic of conversation. As disposable income has increased with a thriving economy, so too has the number of high-end options.

Walking Tour: The Best of Old Hong Kong

Despite the forests of towers sprouting up on both sides of Victoria Harbour, there are areas of Hong Kong that remain as they have for decades.

6 Newly Recommended Hotels, March 2016

The March Hideaway Report follows Andrew Harper's travels to Japan, where he evaluates new luxury hotels and resorts.

Letter From the Editor, March 2016

Andrew Harper reveals details about the hotels, regions and destinations of Tokyo, Hakone, Kyoto and Hong Kong featured in the March 2016 Hideaway Report.

Ports of Call: Hong Kong, China

Offering sophistication, culture, the arts and the natural beauty of parks, beaches and one of the world’s most dramatic harbors, Hong Kong is the world's city.

Hong Kong Sightseeing

Things to do in Hong Kong as told by editor-in-chief, Andrew Harper.

City Guide: Hong Kong

Enjoy this travel guide to Hong Kong with tips, recommendations and ideas for where to eat, stay and shop in this enticing city.

Our 10 Favorite Culinary Destinations

The 10 cities highlighted here attract visitors not just for their sites, scenery and experiences, but also for their cuisine.

The Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Turns 50

The Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong turns 50 next year.

From the Travel Office: What to Reserve Right Now

It's almost always possible to find last-minute space somewhere, but why compromise?

Footsteps Itinerary: China

I planned my recent trip to China to revisit the country’s principal cities and cultural highlights, as well as to experience its new generation of upscale hotels and resorts.

From the Travel Office: A Mini Offer From Peninsula Hotels

The Peninsula hotels in Chicago, New York and Hong Kong now offer a unique amenity to guests staying in t

Notable Events in June

Notable Events in June