Foot massages are a Hong Kong must. The late-night, no-frills environment has its own charm. This one’s open nearly 24 hours, is super clean, and will be the best $40 bucks you can spend in 50 minutes.
Tons of incense coils hang from the ceiling like honeycombs - wafting smoke to gather the attention of the gods.
Most of Hong Kong Island is actually a gorgeous tropical preserve. A walk through the western mid-levels (or a taxi, or The Peak tram) will get you up to the highest point. Pack a picnic breakfast and walk the old victorian promenade that passes by cottages and Lung Fu Shan country park.
A remote crescent-moon island with lovely coastal trails that pass by old settlements, traditional structures, quiet beaches, and small cafes. (You can take the Tsui Wah ferry service to and from the city center.)