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    The perfect weekend getaway with the Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard 
    Enjoy a rewarding staycation: earn Asia Miles as you unwind
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    Spend a weekend in Hong Kong enjoying the best the city has to offer - and be rewarded with Asia Miles for it too. With the Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard, you’ll be able to earn miles twice on a single purchase with our ‘Pay Once, Earn Twice’ programme when visiting any of our travel, shopping or dining partners. 

    We’ve put together the perfect weekend trip in Hong Kong, which will give you a much-needed break as well as a chance to rack up miles for you to redeem on your next overseas adventure, travel experience, or big shopping purchase. So, grab your suitcase, skincare essentials and camera, and read on for our tips on how to curate the most rewarding staycation possible.

    Bath tub with Victoria Harbour as backdrop
    Lounge area in hotel room at night

    Check in: The Upper House

    Discreet, elegant and modern, this sleek residence is just a stone’s throw away from Hong Kong Park and the designer boutiques of Pacific Place. Expect not to lift a finger while you’re a guest of the House, as their attentive service and thoughtful design details by Andre Fu cater to your every need. Boasting views of Victoria Harbour and the dense cityscape, a trip to the hotel’s restaurant and bar Salisterra is a must for a sundowner. 

    Cardholders can take advantage of certain perks when booking one of the hotel’s studios or upper suites through Cathay with a Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard. Jazz things up with your complimentary bottle of Roquette & Cazes wine and specially curated Cathay Pacific x LAIBA cocktails. And in the morning, take advantage of the hotel’s room service and enjoy your breakfast in bed with complimentary in-room dining credit. 

    Maison ES interior
    Plate of food at Maison ES
    Plate of food at Maison ES

    Tuck in: Maison ES

    Once you’ve checked in and enjoyed the best the hotel has to offer, stroll (or hop in a cab) over to Wan Chai for an intimate dinner at Maison ES – a quaint neighbourhood French bistro helmed by Chef Esther Sham. Treat yourself to their sumptuous five-course tasting menu – or for a truly lavish experience, opt for all eight courses instead.

    Feast on extravagant seafood dishes such as steamed flower crab and egg custard, Binchotan-grilled eel served with Oscietra caviar and sweet corn ragout, and geoduck & uni linguine, before finishing with an elevated Hong Kong classic: baked milk-tea French toast. Wine pairings are available for each individual course, carefully chosen by the restaurant to complement and enhance the flavours of each dish.

    Earn 1 for every HKD4 spent when you flash your Cathay membership QR code in our Asia Miles by Cathay app (where you can also choose to pay with Miles Plus Cash) - and for an extra 25, book your table through the app too.

    Yan Shang Kee qipao
    Bespoke tailoring experience at Ascot Chang
    Yan Shang Kee qipao

    Shop at: Ascot Chang and Yan Shang Kee

    There’s a reason Ascot Chang remains one of the most renowned names in tailoring in Hong Kong, with decades of experience under their well-fitted belt. The tailor blends Shanghainese and Hong Kong tailoring traditions: redeem your miles to book an appointment to be measured for your own bespoke suit, cut by masters of their craft. There are a number of shops across Hong Kong, but their outpost at The Landmark is an easy taxi or MTR ride from The Upper House.

    There’s no reason why the boys should have all the fun, and local designer Yan Shang Kee offers a bespoke qipao experience. With a stunning collection of modern and vintage-inspired designs, you’ll be able to work with their team on your dream qipao – whether you’re keen on a Chanel-inspired tweed look or an attention-grabbing patterned style. They also have their own collection of ready-made qipaos and vintage accessories, if something immediately takes your fancy.


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