With more than 260 outlying islands, art galleries, mountains and epic skyscrapers, there’s no shortage of things to do in the city.
Fast-paced and packed with fun, the region is a fantastic place to be stuck on a 48-hour layover.
Skip the chaos of dim sum banquet rooms and outdoor dai pai dongs, and instead enjoy a meal at one of the region’s top tables.
With eating practically a national pastime in China, it’s no wonder that the region is teeming with exquisite places to grab a bite.
How to spend 48 hours eating, sightseeing and collecting views in one of the world’s most spectacular cities.