There's more to the candle-lit dinner, the chocolates and the flowers... Hong Kong's stunning harbour lends itself
to unforgettable memories. No matter what your budget, there are certainly many options to make this day extra special.
From romantic strolls, a quiet restaurant with killer views, the iconic sunset cruise on the harbour
or a mind-blowing flight as you soar over the magnificent skyline... here are some romantic getaway ideas for a magical Valentine's Day in Hong Kong:
Our Favorite Strolls
Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade and Avenue of Stars
For fantastic views of the harbour, you can't beat this stroll. Not exactly a quiet and peaceful walk as this is a popular spot at
all times, but the views of the skyline on the opposite side are stunning.
Start your walk from the Star Ferry Terminal as the sun goes down and the lights of the city start coming to life.
Then head East towards the Avenue of the Stars and end your walk at
the InterContinental, drop by the Lobby Bar for a drink with its fantastic floor-to-ceiling windows for more mind-blowing views. If you stick around
long enough, the Symphony of Lights starts at 8:00 pm
Oasis in Central: Hong Kong Park
If you happen to be on the Island side, this is our favorite spot to scape the concrete jungle of the Central district.
A paved path takes you around ponds, waterfalls, manicured flower beds, lots of trees and vegetation, Hong Kong Park is
right in the middle of the skyscrapers, a little oasis and a charming stroll.
Right around the corner, is the Lower Terminus Station for Victoria Peak Tram, take it up to the Peak and enjoy some
of the most fantastic views Hong Kong has to offer.
Nan Lian Garden
Beautiful, peaceful, serene... the Nan Lian gardens and its beautiful hallmark pavillion, koi ponds, arch bridges, cascades and lily pools... and a
hidden restaurant behind a waterfall...
This is one of our favorite gardens, although a bit far from the main tourist areas, it is very easy to get there with the MTR, just a two-minute
walk from the Diamond Hill Station on the Green line.
Best Sunsets in Hong Kong
Valentine's Day and romantic sunsets go hand in hand... Luckily, in Hong Kong you don't have to go far, some of the most fantastic
sunsets can be enjoyed right from the promenade on the Tsim Sha Tsui side.
It is absolutely
magical as the sun sinks in the horizon behind the skyline... the colours start to burst... yellows, oranges, pinks, reds, purples... then the lights
start coming to life, absolutely unreal...
Sunsets in Aberdeen are also out of this world:
Hire a sampan to take you around the picturesque harbour with the many fishing junks and the tall buildings framing it. The lights start to glow and
reflect in the water and the majestic floating restaurants are quite a sight when they are all lit. A 20-minute run for two should be around HK 75.
to what many suggest, the Peak is not an optimal spot for sunsets if you also want to enjoy the city skyline,
the sun sets behind and the views will be of the back of the island and the reservoir, also beautiful with the islands and the open sea in the distance
but not exactly what most have in mind.
Consider a sunset cruise, also a wonderful way to enjoy the magical Hong Kong sunsets, below we list a couple of options. Be sure
to book in advance, Valentine's Day, although a western holiday, is catching up quickly in Hong Kong, so it is better to be prepared.
Sunset / Evening Cruises
Sunset or Evening Sail Aboard the Aqualuna
Aqua Luna is the beautiful red-sailed junk you will see cruising the waters of Victoria Harbour every day.
We love the top deck which is lined on both sides with comfy sofas where you can lounge, enjoy your cocktail and the marvelous views all around you for
the one-hour sail.
Cruises depart from both sides of the harbour from Central Pier 9 and TST Pier 1. Evening sailings start from the TST pier, so try to board from
this end rather than Central to have first pick for a good place.
How Much? Evening Cruise Tour in Chinese Junk Boat with Wine US$ 27
*Symphony of Lights Sail with drink US$ 40
When? 6:30 pm, 7:30 pm*, 8:30pm, 9:30 pm, 10:30 pm
›› More Info and Booking Aqua Luna Evening Sail.
Top Romantic Hotels in Hong Kong
When pampering of a higher scale is called for, whether you are visiting or for a memorable staycation, you won't be short on options for romantic hotels in Hong Kong.
They consistently deliver with their stunning harbour views, delightful decor and ambiance, impeccable service, fantastic restaurant options, infinity pools, exquisite spas... you are in good hands from the moment you step foot in their lobbies.
Restaurants/Bars with a View
There is no shortage of restaurants and bars with that million-dollar view of Victoria Harbour...
Cocktails out on a rooftop bar as the sun sets over the skyline and the city lights slowly start coming to life... what could be more romantic?
There are many choices in both sides of the harbour, in Hong Kong Island as well as Kowloon. The views will be splendid from either side.
You will likely find many of these places in all the five-star and luxury hotels in Hong Kong, but not necessarily. There are quite a few options that don't have to cost an arm and a leg.
Totally Over The Top Experiences...
Flightseeing in Style: A Hong Kong Helicopter Tour
This is definitely one of those wow experiences, as if Hong Kong's fantastic skyline and harbour aren't stunning enough... try seeing
it from the air... it simply takes your breath away...
And helicopter rides are extremely convenient, taking off from the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui from the helipads on top of the Peninsula Hotel, which
by the way, is a top pick for a romantic stay in the city, why not combine both?
›› More Info and Booking Helicopter Tour with Afternoon Tea at the Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong (Skip the queue).
More Outdoor Activities, Tours, Attractions that are OPEN
February will be packed with exciting Spring Festival events so do make some time to head outdoors and enjoy the marvelous weather! For nature lovers, this is the time to enjoy our fantastic reserves and trails, migrating birds are here in spades.
Many attractions remain closed but several tours, attractions and activities that can be conducted safely while adhering to proper social distancing guidelines have reopened as have most outdoor activities.
It's time to get out! Here's a list of fun outdoor things to do that have restarted operations and can be booked now. When possible book tickets online and/or make a reservation as many of the activities are running on limited capacities. You can book with confidence as there is a free cancellation policy for most of the activities listed here, if your plans change and you cancel up to 24 hours in advance you will receive a full refund.
- The Peak Tram, Peak Tower, Sky Terrace and Peak Galleria are OPEN
- The Hong Kong Observation Wheel - is OPEN
- Ocean Park - is OPEN, purchase tickets online, you also must make a reservation for the day of your visit
- Hong Kong Disneyland - is OPEN, purchase tickets online, you also must make a reservation for the day of your visit
- All 3 routes of Big Bus Hop On Hop Off Bus Tours are operating on weekends -->
- Sky100 Observation Deck - is OPEN
- Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car - is OPEN, purchase tickets online
- Harbour Cruises have restarted, the following have resumed sailings:
- Fantastic outdoor excursions: hiking, kayaking, swimming, mountain biking, paddleboarding...
- Lion Rock Sunset Hiking Adventure - Victoria Harbour's most dramatic summit - 4 hours, starts from Wong Tai Sin MTR station
- Victoria Peak Private Evening Hike - 2 hours, meets at Central MTR Station, Victoria Peak Tram tickets for return optional
- Geopark Kayaking Adventure - 7 hours, meets at Hang Hau MTR Station
- The Mai Po Nature Reserve is OPEN, the WWF offers eco-visits Thrusdays through Sundays, which is the easiest way to visit the reserve without having to get a government permit. You can book an eco-visit here
- Hong Kong Wetland park - is OPEN, the Mudflat Hide has also reopened
- Sai Kung Standup-Paddle Adventure - 5 hours, meets at Hang Hau MTR station
- Hike the legendary Ngong Ping 360 Rescue Trail to the Big Buddha - 4 hours, starts at Tung Chung MTR station
- Lantau Mountain Biking Adventure - 6 hours, meets at the Central Ferry Pier
- Hike the Yellow Dragon Gorge Nature Trek in Lantau Island - 5 hours, meets at Tung Chung MTR station on Lantau Island
- Plover Cove Bicycling and Hiking Adventure - 4 hours, meets at Tai Po Market MTR station
- Tai Mo Shan Waterfall Hike the tallest waterfall in Hong Kong - 4 hours, meets at Tai Wo MTR station
- The Dragon's Back Hike and Tai Long Wan Beach - 5 hours, meets at Shau Kei Wan MTR station
- Ma On Shan Climbing Adventure - 6 hours, starts at Heng On MTR ends in Saikung town
- Tolo Harbour Cycling Adventure - 4 hours, meets at Tai Po Market MTR Station
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