Hong Kong seems to be one of those destinations tourists travel to as they transit through to other South East Asian countries or the Antipodes. So, what do you do on your short stay in such a dense city? Here are our favourite hotspots to check out!



The iconic Hong Kong skyline is best viewed from Victoria Peak and tourists have been visiting it since as early as the 19th century. The original residents of the peak reached their homes by sedan chairs until the introduction of the Peak Tram, which still is in use today and is a great way to reach the top should you want to avoid the steep walk up in the heat!

What To Wear In The city

In the summer heat, temperatures can reach up to 35 degrees Celsius. Stay cool in our light and bright resortwear.

Known for its street markets, Mong Kok is a must if you want to experience local culture, food and fashion. The markets supply anything from fresh groceries to handbags, clothing and even pet goldfishes and baby turtles! There are less expats in this area compared to Central so you will really see how locals live.

What To Wear At Night

With a tropical climate, the nights are still very warm, keep your outfit light and loose-fitting with these options.

Don’t be fooled by Hong Kong’s metropolitan feel, it is an island after all and there are lots of beaches that are easily accessible depending on where you are staying. You can take the metro in under 30 mins to Repulse Bay beach. If you’re feeling more adventurous, take a ferry to neighbouring islands, Lamma and Lantau and go for a hike before reaching the beach.

Our Hong Kong stockist, SHEER, is located in Central and they carry a range of our swim and resortwear. You can find them at:

Shop 310, 3/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, HK

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