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The Upper House Hong Kong
The Upper House
Hong Kong is often described as unique and there is certainly something uniquely special about the place. A territory of China since the handover from British rule in 1997, Hong Kong retains its status as a major world financial centre and in addition to finance and big business has a great many attractions for leisure visitors. Each Hong Kong hotels reflects the dynamic cultural elements which define the territory to the world.
Families will make the most of the natural landscapes, outdoor activities and leisure parks such as Disneyworld, while all the metropolitan city influences and attractions are in evidence too, including a wide array of dining and shopping options. Hong Kong hotels are well placed for visitors to take full advantage of all the attractions on offer.
We are certain that should you visit a Hong Kong hotels you will find that they offer everything required to make that adventure both personal and memorable.
The Upper House Hong Kong
More than ten years after its handover to China, Hong Kong is as vibrant and influential as ever. A city of paradoxes, it hides pockets of historic architecture under a slick modern veneer. But at its heart, this is one of Asia's most relevant cities, where an influx of business travelers and tourists continue to come in increasing numbers.
Most visitors arrive via Hong Kong International Airport, an ultra-modern facility dazzling enough to keep winning the title of 'World's Best Airport'. From here, business travelers can connect to sophisticated airport hotels nearby while tourists transfer to hotels in Hong Kong city center.
Hong Kong is a great place to visit for Western travelers new to Asia. The country is culturally Chinese, but with a heavy Western influence, so there is less culture shock than stepping off the plane at Myanmar or Cambodia. Hong Kong is also small and urban, so it is possible to see most of the highlights in just a few days by traveling around the island on foot or using public transportation. This guide will tell you how.
Generally speaking, there are three parts to Hong Kong. Closest to the Chinese border and comprising most of the peninsula are the New Territories, which is the rural part of the country. At the tip of the peninsula is Kowloon, which is the urban heart of the country with the popular Nathan Road and the Temple Street Market. Past the southern tip of Kowloon is Hong Kong Island, along with the outer islands in the periphery. Hong Kong Island has most of the commercial and business activity, predominantly around Central station. If you want a complete visit to Hong Kong, you need to travel to all three, but most tourists stick to Kowloon and Hong Kong Island, with a short visit to Lantau Island.
Traveling to the New Territories is recommended if you're planning to spend more than a weekend in Hong Kong, or prefer to spend your time in a more natural environment visiting beaches and forests.
Luxury Hong Kong Hotels
Hong Kong is known to be one of the most hospitable tourist spots today. The hotels in Hong Kong, which are famous for their world-class facilities, are one of the prime contributors to the growth of Hong Kong as a tourist destination. There are many kinds of hotels in Hong Kong that cater to all kinds of people, budgets, and needs. From the business traveler to the casual tourist, these hotels offer all kinds of amenities that would fit into any budget.
A statue of Bruce Lee on the Avenue of Stars, a tribute to the city's martial arts
Travel Hong Kong: 12 Must See Places
Hong Kong features a diverse mixture of characters as a result of long British occupation and a great Chinese influence. As a state of China, Hong Kong provides a good introduction to who ever wants to know more about China without entering the mainland plus a venue for more attractions with western culture and Asian spirit.
1. Hong Kong Museum of Art - Located at 10 Salisbury Rd Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, the Hong Kong Museum of Art is open to anyone who wants to take a glimpse of Hong Kong's culture and history through its large collection of over 14,000 items ranging from calligraphy, paintings, Hong Kong treasure, art objects, antiques, and lithographs. The museum is open from 10:00am-6:00pm daily except Thursday (public holidays not included).
2. Hong Kong Disneyland - The newly open and the first ever Disneyland in Asia offers total fun and excitement for the whole family. The park is divided into four major attractions: Tomorrowland, Adventureland, Fantasyland, and Main Street, USA.
Abandoned airports around the world, Kai Tek International Airport Hong Kong
The Upper House
Pacific Palace 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong
Situated in the heart of Central, the Upper House is within an easy walk of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and Bank of China Tower. It offers 5-star air-conditioned rooms and a stylish restaurant.
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The Upper House has 117 rooms and offers a fitness centre. It also offers a safe, a concierge and a business centre. The hotel offers room service around the clock.
The rooms at the Upper House have tea and coffee making facilities, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. They come with complimentary toiletries, a mini bar and a hair dryer. Complimentary internet is available, ensuring you'll have no trouble remaining connected during your stay.
The Upper House's bar provides a relaxing setting for an evening drink. There are also a number of restaurants and cafés within a five-minute walk.
Located in Central, the Upper House is a perfect base while in Central. Central Plaza, Statue Square and Central Plaza are within a 20-minute walk away.
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