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Tsim Sha Tsui, Aqua view.

Bruce Lee, as if greeting goodbye stands watching over the Hong Kong Bay.

A walk is often a great appetizer, to come hungry into a fine restaurant with great views, like Aqua.
Located also in Beijing, New York, just drop by Hiong Kong Peking Rd, 1 to see what I mean.
Aqua offers 30th floor views of the bay along with a nice menu that pairs Italian and Japanese flavors. It's not cheap, but... One can always enjoy a drink - without reservation - and some snacks at the bar, for a much reduced fee.
The bar actually has better views than half the tables in the room, because as you can see, it is positioned on a silightly higher level and surrounded by a glass balcony. So while some may be dining on "the second row" without much of a view, those in the bar always get a chance to see the lasers flashing over the skyline.
Guess that a laser show watched from high up in the sky is a good way to kiss Hong Kong goodbye, don't you think? At least a memory which is hard to forget.

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