Hong Kong, China
Make a reservation at Bibo. The restaurant is an art gallery that leaves you wondering where to look with the concept of celebrating art “on the wall, on the plate, and in the cocktail glass.” They offer tasting menus and à la carte. I’ll let you in on a secret that the entrance is a sliding gold door that opens when you push the top of the door handle. (See my Instagram highlight under “Asia Adventure” for a video on how to open the door.)
Visit Goods of Desire on Hollywood Street (near Bibo). This is a great place to find eclectic gifts or a little something for yourself. Hollywood Street is full of boutiques, restaurants, and craft coffee shops. Don’t forget to look down the alleyways for hidden street markets!
Every night the skyscrapers of Hong Kong light up the Victoria Harbor with “A Symphony of Lights.” There are several ways to enjoy the lights, but the best view will be by boat. Tickets can be booked in advance on the Star Harbor Ferry for $27.50 per person.
*Several fellow jet-setters recommended hiking Dragon’s Back. We did not have time on our trip to do a full-day hike, but if you have more time in Hong Kong, you should take advantage of an outdoor adventure.