When you book into the Four Seasons on Hong Kong Island, also reserve a spot on "In the Steps of the Dragon," the hotel's unique culinary tour of the city.
After breakfast is brought to your room, get an early start in the hotel's 24-hour fitness center with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out on Victoria Harbor. If your stay includes a Saturday or Sunday, be sure to take advantage of the free 60-minute tai chi class.
Follow your workout with a Jade Stone Therapy massage in the hotel's Forbes-five-star-rated spa to ease stiff muscles and encourage your body to release toxins, leaving you feeling relaxed and energized for the day and night ahead.
Do a little browsing in the high-end IFC Mall, which is in the same complex as the Four Seasons, grabbing a bite in one of the restaurants on the landscaped terrace to tide you over until your culinary tour gets underway.
Begin your exploration of Hong Kong's culinary delights behind the scenes at Lung King Heen, the hotel's Cantonese restaurant that holds three Michelin stars and from there visit some of Chef Chan Yan Tak's favorite food destinations in Kowloon. sampling food as you go.
Wind up with dinner at Lung King Heen, enjoying a special menu and wine selected for you by the chef himself.
Arrange with the concierge for limo service to take you to Ozone, the highest bar in the world atop the International Commerce Center in Kowloon, where you can dance to DJs, sip on signature cocktails and enjoy an out-of-this-world view.