Live the Luxurious Life in Hong Kong

in Hong Kong

Many Asian locations are about the culture and rich history, but not Hong Kong.

A visit to this thoroughly modern country is simply an excuse to spoil yourself!

Get yourself into holiday mode with a trip to The Oriental Spa at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental. Measuring a whopping 2300 meters square, it’s not surprising to hear the spa claims to have more treatments than any other in Asia. There’s a lot of hype about this place, but the locals claim it’s all worthwhile. Don’t leave without enjoying a foot bath, a warm scrub, and a luxurious four-hand massage. If you want to eke out the spoiling, sign up for the spa’s signature treatment, known as the Oriental Harmony. It lasts for 110 minutes, which should be just enough time to get you in the right frame of mind.hong kong cheap

Nothing says luxury like Prada, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton. You can shop for all of these European designer labels in Hong Kong, and as there is no sales tax you’ll get them for less than anywhere else in the world. Of course, the big name brands are never cheap, but if you shop in the midyear or pre-Christmas sales you could easily save between 40 and 70%. IFC Mall, Pacific Place, and Harbour City are some of the largest and most popular malls in Hong Kong.

But what’s the point in pampering yourself if you’re staying in a dive? For ultimate luxury, make sure you spend a night or two in The Peninsula. Rooms have environmental controls, plasma screen televisions, and white marble bathrooms. You can enjoy a treatment in the spa, or dine at one of nine restaurants.

You probably won’t have a lot of cash at the end of all that, but you will return home feeling rejuvenated and refreshed!

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