"Hong Kong Manager"
One of the great things about Christmas in Hong Kong is the special limited edition food and drink offerings which many outlets serve up specially for the holiday season.
Macau is a good example of cultural integration, but not the type of intensely hectic globalised mix you tend to see in modern cities these days. Macau is the product of a respectable homogenized blend between Portugal and China - and casino developers.
Hours:10am-6pm (with a 6:30pm extension on other special days).
Address:At Central MTR take Tung Chung Line to Tung Chung Station; the terminal is sign-posted from there.
Address:Estrada da Baia de N. Senhora da Esperanca, s/n, The Cotai Strip, Macau.
The Venetian Macau opened its doors and gambling tables back at the end of 2007, and within 17 days they had already gained one million visitors. When you first roll up to the magnificent hotel tower it is easy to see why. This place is stupidly gigantic, in a good way.
Hours:21 October to 12 November: 6:00pm – 11:00pm, Sun-Thur; 6:00pm – 11:30pm, Fri-Sat
Address:Level 6, Viewing Platform, Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Price:Sun-Thur, Adult: HK$100; Fri-Sat, Adult: HK$200
As a staple annual Hong Kong event that has now officially been running for 20 years the Marco Polo German Bierfest is excitingly back in full force for 2011. Set amidst the backdrop of the Victoria Harbour, this has got to be one of the world’s most exclusive Oktoberfest venues. It is the most traditional, largest and longest running outdoor party in Asia that everyone raves about.
Address:No. 238 Jaffe Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Accor Hotels was the first international Hotel Company to enter China, so it is no wonder they have a fitting selection of hotels in prime locations around Hong Kong.
Hours:The tram to the peak starts at 7am and the last tram departs just before midnight.
Back in the days before Disneyland and soaring cable cars, the Peak was the prime destination for visitors to Hong Kong.