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Ignite the romance: Plan an unforgettable Valentine’s Day in Hong Kong 

A smiling couple dressed in Chinese traditional qipaos drinking Hong Kong-style milk tea at a dai pai dong

Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to plan a romantic getaway in Hong Kong, a city known for its unique blend of East-meets-West culture and its reputation as one of Asia’s most enchanting destinations. Create everlasting memories with your partner as you explore the city, engage in charming activities to deepen your bond and indulge in exquisite restaurants, ensuring an unforgettable Valentine’s Day experience in Hong Kong.  

Capture your love story through a lens 

Celebrate the day with a couple’s photoshoot, where you can dress in an exquisite qipao (Chinese traditional attire), immersing yourself in the nostalgia of old Hong Kong while capturing the sweetest moments with your valentine.  

Amid the hustle and bustle of a signature dai pai dong, gaze into each other’s eyes while recreating scenes from the critically acclaimed film In the Mood for Love. Keep the romance flowing aboard an iconic double-decker tram, where you can cuddle up on the upper level and soak in the city’s rich history.     

Discover picturesque locations such as the revitalised Central Market, where you can capture stunning silhouettes on the grand terrazzo staircase. Then, take a leisurely stroll hand-in-hand, admiring the street art along Hollywood Road, and ascend up the historic cobbled stone steps of Pottinger Street, leading you to the magnificent Victorian-era heritage and arts complex of Tai Kwun.   

Craft sweet moments together 

This Valentine’s Day, bond with your partner through unique activities that enable you to create extraordinary gifts symbolising the special Hong Kong experience with your love. Engage in a wide variety of hands-on experiences, including workshops on bespoke perfume making, neon light art, and rock candy creations, among others. PAPABUBBLE, a confectionery shop in Tai Hang, promises you a delightful sweet-making experience, allowing you to take home a customisable, heart-warming gift tailored for your significant other.   

Fancy something out in nature? Head to the pearl jewellery-making workshop in Sai Kung, a city oasis just a 45-minute drive from Central. During this exclusive experience, you can visit a pearl farm, learn the art of pearl cultivation, and create gleaming accessories using freshly harvested pearls.

Indulge at new romantic restaurants 

If food is your love language, you’ve come to the right place! Experience Hong Kong’s world-class dining scene with a special Valentine’s Day feast at one of the city’s finest tables. 

For authentic Italian fare, look no further than Sabatini Ristorante Italiano in ifc mall. At the second branch of the renowned restaurant in Hong Kong (the first being in The Royal Garden hotel), a sophisticated atmosphere, live music, sweeping harbour views, and signature dishes like homemade Cavatelli with red prawns await.  

Dazzling in every way, Cristal Room by Anne-Sophie Pic sets the benchmark for harbourside fine dining on the 44th floor of LANDMARK in the heart of Hong Kong. Look forward to an exquisite French menu by celebrity chef Anne-Sophie Pic and a captivating atmosphere full of Baccarat chandeliers, crystal tiles, mirrors and glassware.   

Watch the mesmerising sunset over the skyline at the new Mondrian Hong Kong hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui with a Hong Kong-inspired cocktail like the Clay Pot Negroni at Avoca, and for dinner, venture upstairs to Carna by Dario Cecchini, a modern Italian steakhouse with palatial Tuscan interiors. If the harbour views don’t take your breath away, Cecchini’s decadent nose-to-tail menu certainly will.  

Start planning your romantic Valentine's Day in Hong Kong, where love and enchantment fill the air, creating cherished memories that will linger for a lifetime.  

Information in this article is subject to change without advance notice. Please contact the relevant product or service providers for enquiries.

The Hong Kong Tourism Board disclaims any liability as to the quality or fitness for purpose of third party products and services; and makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy, adequacy or reliability of any information contained herein.

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