Breakfast lottery today. Chicken nuggets on the menu from the self select bar.
The Couple who went up The Peak
Taste not a lot different from hash browns. Same colour, size and crunch. Tomato sauce match, so all good.
Last of the dress-up days today. Our last 3 Star Michelin of the trip today. Back to the Four Seasons Hotel, but this time, the fourth floor.
The Lung King Heen was situated virtually below Caprice. We were sat against the window for 12.30.
LKW serves traditional Cantonese food.
Dim Sum Selection
Soup of the Day
Every dish was finely balanced with no element competing against the other. The highlight was the Barbequed selection.
Finished up around 14.30, and headed off to The Peak.
The Peak is Hong Kong’s tallest natural vantage point overlooking the city on Hong Kong Island. On a map, it is called Mount Austin, Victoria Peak or The Peak locally. It is around 552 metres high, and can be reached by vehicle, foot or tram.
We took the tram. A quick journey up the steep incline, and before you know it, we were there (pictures to follow).
Fantastic views of the Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the surrounding areas.
Off to see the 8pm Symphony of Lights. A laser light show that illuminates from around 42 buildings.
We will be watching from the promenade outside the Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai.
Then off for late night food.