Area Attractions

The bustling city of Hong Kong provides a wealth of activities for our guests to experience, including mountain hiking, ferry tours, Hong Kong festivals and shopping.

 

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Attractions

Bar Hop Your Way Through Soho and Hollywood Road

This area of Hong Kong has been revitalised by the Mid-levels escalator and the surging Hong Kong economy. Head here from our hotel near Pacific Place and stroll through the area bordered by Gough, Staunton, Elgin, Shelley, Old Bailey and Gage Streets; enjoy the bars, café and boutiques within. The whole neighbourhood is positively overflowing with funky little shops, great restaurants and an artistic, almost bohemian atmosphere.

Ocean Park

Only 15 minutes from Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, Ocean Park is Hong Kong Island’s most popular theme park. Featuring a cliffside cable car and other thrilling rides, Ocean Park is also host to amazing aquarium exhibits and Giant Pandas, Red Pandas, sealions, and dolphins. This is a must see for visitors to Hong Kong.

Temple Street Night Market

This hive of activities buzzes relentlessly with hundreds of shoppers and hawkers. You can bargain for already inexpensive clothing, jewellery and small electronic items and have your fortune told.

Harbour Cruise on the Star Ferry

One of the world’s cheapest harbour cruise for over 100 years, Star Ferry offers the best views of Hong Kong’s skyline and of Victoria Harbour. If you have more time, check out the hop on-hop off tour of the harbour, every hour on the hour on the restored 1920’s Star Ferry!

Featured Events

Hong Kong Arts Festival

From February to March, The Arts Festival happens every year which features various classical performances from Opera, Music, Dance and Theatres. Special performance will also be hosted in Hong Kong Art Centre and Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, which is within walking distance from Grand Hyatt Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Sevens

In March, Hong Kong Sevens (also known as Rugby’s Sevens) is one of the major sports events in Hong Kong, organized by Hong Kong Rugby Football Union. This tournament takes place every year at the Hong Kong Stadium welcoming the rugby nation to compete for glory. Go visit the bars in Lan Kwai Fong or SoHo to experience the exciting atmosphere during your stay.

Cheung Chau Bun Festival

April or May Happening on the Cheung Chau Island surrounded by South China Sea, Cheung Chau Bun Festival is a remarkable and unique traditional Chinese event in Hong Kong, attracting tens of thousands of local residents and overseas tourists. At midnight, the bun-snatching activity begins. A number of competitors race up the tower to get hold of the highest bun, an emblem of bringing the best fortune to the holder’s family.

Dragon Boat Racing

May or June A traditional Chinese event, Dragon Boat Racing is held to celebrate the Tuen Ng Festival. The fierce-looking dragon boats are all ornately craved and painted with dragon heads and tails. Teams are racing lively and vibrantly to compete for the champion.

WinterFest

December Organised by Hong Kong Tourism Board, WinterFest is a not-to-miss event when you travel to Hong Kong with your families and friends in winter. The City Centre goes with glittering decorations, themed Christmas settings and illuminated display on both sides of Victoria Harbour. Shops and restaurants roll out special promotions and programmes to conjure up the festive atmosphere. Don’t miss the exciting New Year’s Night Parade and countdown celebrations to bring the year to a spectacular close.

Shopping

Pacific Place in Admiralty

Pacific Place is a complex of shopping centre and office towers situated in Admiralty. The four-level shopping mall features a wide array of international luxury brands from fashion to skincare, beauty and cosmetics. It is only 5-minute car drive from the hotel.

Times Square in Causeway Bay

Located in Causeway Bay, one of most bustling districts in Hong Kong, Times Square is one of the largest shopping malls in the city, featuring over 200 renowned brands. It also hosts signature midnight countdown on every Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.

Sogo in Causeway Bay

A Japanese-style shopping mall in Hong Kong, Sogo is one of the “must-go” tourist spots in town. Featuring high quality of goods ranging from fashion, accessories, cosmetics and gourmets, visitors can enjoy pleasant one-stop shopping experience.

Harbour City in Tsimshatsui

Take an 8-minute ride by Star Ferry at Wanchai Pier (5-minute walk from the hotel), cross the harbour and visit the shopping landmark in Tsimshatsui – Harbour City. The mall is one of the featured tourist spots in Hong Kong, presenting branded boutiques and a large department store. Connected to the Ocean Terminals which features a wide range of young fashion brands, this place offers a complete and unique shopping experience.