Hong Kong Island is fun, frantic and densely populated with a myriad of people, all connected to mainland Kowloon by an underground rail (MTR) that joins the two sides of Hong Kong Bay. Here is where you will find the smartest shopping centres selling local products and premium international brands, amazing restaurants serving classic Cantonese like dim sum as ... More>well as haute cuisine from around the world and a range of accommodation options. It’s also the main business district; in fact, the business hub of Asia lies in Central district with its gleaming high rise building, corporate HQ’s, shopping and entertainment. East of Central lies the Admiralty commercial district and Wanchai, famous for its restaurants and entertainment. Close by is Causeway Bay, a major shopping area and towering above it all stands The Peak, Hong Kong's premier scenic outlook and residential district, home to the rich and mega rich. Hong Kong also has lots of natural spaces – botanical gardens, a theme park, country parks and beaches. Ferries cross from Kowloon to Hong Kong Island regularly making transport easy. Several hotels in Hong Kong are considered among the very best in the world and offer unrestrained luxury like few other locations in the world.