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The night club consists of a DJ room show casing chilled out house music, an upstairs lounge and a live performance room.

Together with the signature cocktails, Pharaoh’s Bar & Upper is great venue for unwinding after a long working day or just for enjoying the trendy atmosphere. La Badiane La Badiane Restaurant is a chic Hanoi restaurant dedicated to the fusion of French cuisine with the herbs and spices of the Orient.

However, at this price is quite expensive as well as relatively narrow opening hours, opening only after 16h, Summit serves wines, cocktails and coffee. Pharaoh’s Bar & Upper Located on the 63rd and 64th floor of the newly opened Lotte Hotel Hanoi, this Egyptian themed bar offers a unique panoramic city view.

Also, some of these destinations can easily take up a half-day or more (for example, Lantau Island or Pacific Place mall if you’re a shopper).

So my advice is to prioritize and be prepared to cut a few stops along the way.

What better time for Cantonese’s most famous cuisine, dim sum?

Hong Kong has dim sum restaurants pretty much everywhere. experience, most guidebooks and locals agree that the best ones are Luk Yu Tea House and City Hall Maxim’s Palace (see my Hong Kong restaurant guide).

Below is my “48 hours in Hong Kong” itinerary, hitting the best HK sights and experiences.

To be honest, it’s a lot—probably too much—for most people to pack into such a short time.

On another day when you have more time, you can even join in yourself; free tai chi sessions for beginners are held four mornings a week on Tsim Sha Tsui’s waterfront promenade.

[ Note: above parks—and all these other attractions—are shown on above interactive Google map ] By now, you’re probably hungry.

Serving HK since 1904, these rickety double-decker trams are not just iconic symbols of Hong Kong, they’re also the cheapest and coolest way to check out Hong Kong Island (at least the northern, main urban area of the island).

In Central, you can hop on the tram at Des Voeux Road Central (the best seats are in the front on the upper deck).

But the good news is that, geographically, the HK area is compact (for example, most of the action on HK island is concentrated on the northern end).