Tina’s Hong Kong is stylish, edgy and unwaveringly authentic. As an international fashion icon, this editor and stylist divides her time between the world’s fashion capitals, but counts Hong Kong first among her many global homes.
In Hong Kong, the possibilities are endless. I live in Happy Valley, the cutest quaintest little spot. There’s a Michelin Star restaurant called Pang’s Kitchen. I eat there like it’s my cafeteria. Noodle shops, one in particular called Nam Kee, has the most delicious sweet and sour noodles.
For beaches, there's Big Wave Bay. South Beach has a little stand with hot dogs, great to go on a summer’s day. If you want to go for reflexology, I go to Ten Feet Tall. If you want more luxurious spas, there’s the Landmark Mandarin and Peninsula. The Night scene in Hong Kong is really like no other. Go to Café Gray and sit next to the huge windows. Cocktails are so delicious. Sevva is also a great place. They serve one of my favorite dishes: the minced chicken rice. They have a huge terrace. I mean I’m in awe.
In Hong Kong you are spoiled for choice. I’m Tina Leung and my Hong Kong takes my breath away.