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It’s not often that you can brag about dining at the world’s highest hotel. Occupying floors 102 to 118 of the International Commerce Centre, the luxury hotel features six outstanding dining venues, including the two-star Michelin Cantonese restaurant, Tin Lung Heen, which serves some of Hong Kong’s best traditional dim sum. Over at Michelin-starred Italian restaurant, Tosca di Angelo, tuck into Mediterranean-inspired dishes under impressively high ceilings, stately fountains and majestic chandeliers. Be sure to also check out all-day dining venue The Lounge & Bar, indulge in a sumptuous buffet spread at Café 103 or enjoy the finest selection of caviar at Almas Caviar Bar. In the evenings, unwind with a cocktail at Ozone, a rooftop bar perched 490m above sea level.