Eastern and Western cultures fuse in Hong Kong, a city brimming with a palpable energy second to none. Old and new collide here daily, and both can be witnessed through the city’s main undertaking, commerce. Towering skyscrapers employ legions of executives, and a network of air-conditioned passageways links this aerial metropolis. But below, at street level, old Hong Kong thrives with the bustling commerce of cart vendors and, when darkness falls, the night markets. The array of high-end retailers is dense. Bespoke clothing, watches and jewellery head the list, and can be found on Nathan Road’s “Golden Mile,” but not to be missed is Shanghai Tang, where classic Chinese style becomes contemporary fashion. After dark, Hong Kong’s focus shifts to dining, with one of the world’s best restaurant scenes. Cuisine is anchored in seafood and Cantonese cooking. With its downtown island, the city revolves around water, and no public transport is grander than the Star Ferry. To take in the city and its surroundings with one glance, the best vantage point is Victoria Peak, served by an aerial tramway.
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