On Hong Kong Island is another, until recently, forgotten relic of the Battle of Hong Kong.
With its superb combination of natural setting and harbour-side skyscrapers, few ports provide such a grand entrance as Hong Kong.
A waterfront location more than makes up for this hotel not being in Hong Kong's touristy hub.
This new route marks Virgin's first foray into the Chinese market.
The 501-room Mandarin Oriental has been emblematic of Hong Kong glamour since 1963.
This seemingly most urban of Asian destinations is also a place of immense natural beauty and a thriving outdoors spirit.
I'm keen to sample Neil Perry's Business Class menu. He is sitting two rows ahead of me so it seems rude not to.
Flying economy on this new A350 aircraft, comes with a few surprises, including generous leg room.
This modern city's famous waterfront is a destination within itself. Sit and people-watch on the magnificent harbour before scaling The Peak and drinking in the sparkling night view from the top. Indulge in its consumerist culture before sampling some of the finest Michelin-star cuisine at street food prices. It's a short ferry trip outside the city to outlying islands for great beaches, temples and seafood.