Four Seasons Hotels: Little Adventures is Hong Kong’s best

Our friends at the Four Seasons, one of Hong Kong’s best hotels, have flattered us indeed. In this month’s issue of their luxury Four Seasons Magazine, they feature an article called “Beginner’s Guide to China,” a selection of their favorite attractions throughout the country. For Hong Kong, they have but one insider recommendation: Little Adventures. Here’s what they had to say.

Eat your way through Hong Kong.
The best way to get to know the real Hong Kong is to eat and to walk, delving into traditional neighbourhoods that can still be found amid the gleaming skyscrapers. Little Adventures in Hong Kong, helmed by a group of plugged-in food, travel and lifestyle journalists and bloggers, is your go-to tour. Tours are limited to just three people and can be customized (for example, you can do a “won-ton-athon”). One offering: a waterfront tour to Shau Kei Wan at the east end of Hong Kong Island, home to an amazing outdoor market and the best fish-ball noodles in town. You’ll also make a short ferry crossing to an authentic fishing village that would be right at home in 1930. – See more at:

We’re thrilled to be on the insider’s list of a hotel we so admire. And we’d like to return the favor by telling you that we have no hesitation in recommending the Four Seasons to our Little Adventures in Hong Kong clients. From its striking views of Victoria Harbour, to its impeccable service, to its world class restaurants like Caprice (and our personal favorite, Michelin three star Cantonese Lung King Heen), the Four Seasons is at the top of our list of reasons why we love Hong Kong.