Finding the balance between understated and overdone was a task that architect Tommy Pao-Watari didn’t take lightly when he onboarded Little Tai Hang as his latest endeavor. The Ivy League-trained architect realized there was a need for boutique, serviced apartments, which conceptualized luxury, charm and convenience–themes that yet to exist as a standard in Hong Kong–thus, he created it.
Imagine waking up to uninterrupted views of the mountains beyond the skyscrapers of downtown Hong Kong and experiencing it all change come night as the skyline creates a dazzling light show on Victoria Harbor. But where does one find such an unparalleled experience in Hong Kong? Read more “It’s Suite to Stay at the InterContinental Hong Kong”
Swing into the year of the monkey with W Hotel Hong Kong and celebrate the coming Chinese New Year at Sing Yin Cantonese Dining, Woobar and Kitchen. From February 8th to February 22nd, Sing Yin’s friendly team is waiting to welcome you with a special set menu for lunch or dinner, including some exclusive CNY dishes for the New Year festivities. Freshly imported from Canada, the scallops with cordyceps flower and elm fungus are flavorsome, with a firm, fleshy texture. Traditional Chinese delicacies cordyceps flower and elm fungus are added in to enhance the rich taste. Chinese Executive Chef Raymond also recommends the baked crab shell stuffed with crab meat, onion, mushroom and cheese, braised goose web with sea moss and black mushroom and more.
From January 2nd to February 29th, 2016, surround yourself with the Chinese colors of luck and prosperity at Woobar! Spoil yourself with our red-and-gold tea set plus buffet-style section of afternoon delights. Learn more at hongkong.com/en/kitchen.