Editors of the Asia Tatler titles scoured the region to find them—the sort of jetsetting, merger-making, brainy beauties that any man (or woman) would fawn over. But between managing funds and running hotels, restaurants and fashion empires, as well as being philanthropists and politicians, these high-flying singletons rarely touch the ground. They are undoubtedly the most swipe-right of city slickers, stars and socialites, but the question is: can anyone pin them down?

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Elly Lam

Why her? The daughter of billionaire tycoon Peter Lam and actress-turned-socialite Lynn Hsieh has an addictive mix of beauty, affluence and charm. Add to that the fact she’s a fabulous clothes horse and it’s no surprise her Instagram following is 117,000. She’s an influencer on the rise, with brands clamouring to dress her.

Caveat You’d better be comfortable playing “Instagram husband” now and then.

Queenie Rosita Law

Why her? Not only did she put the ordeal of her 2015 kidnapping behind her, but she turned the ordeal into something positive by setting up creative agency Production Q as an outlet for her beautiful artwork.

Plus Production Q makes city guides, so you’ll never get lost.

 Winnie Chiu

Why her? Alongside her role as president of hotel group Dorsett Hospitality International, Winnie—who was declared by Forbes as one of Asia’s Power Businesswomen—is actively involved in the arts. She’s chairwoman of the Hong Kong Art School, a board member of the Hong Kong Arts Centre, the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, the Asia Youth Orchestra and the Wu Yee Sun College at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Perks Free stays at Dorsett properties in Asia and London.

Psst As a former spokeswoman for Japanese beauty brand SKII, she’s got flawless skin.

Natural Habitat Underwater. She loves scuba diving.

 Nadia Harilela

Why her? The daughter of Reyna and Mahesh Harilela grew up in the famous Harilela Mansion before studying at Pepperdine University in LA. She’s now a freelance stylist in Hong Kong.

Likes Dogs. A lot. Be prepared to live with a rescue dog or 10.

 Poman Lo

Why her? Poman is vice-chairwoman and managing director of Regal Hotels International, and vice-chairwoman of Century City International Holdings. Super smart, she was only 19 when she graduated summa cum laude with a BA in psychology from Duke University.

That ’s not all She’s also the founder and CEO of Century Innovative Technology (creator of animated series Bodhi and Friends). loves Dogs of all shapes and sizes—she’s got a houseful.

Antonia da Cruz

Why her? The daughter of prominent jockey-turned-trainer Tony Cruz quit her job in stockbroking to take up the mantle as general manager of fitness membership start-up GuavaPass in Hong Kong. She’s quick-witted, toned and loves to travel. Place your bets.

Perks VIP treatment at the racecourse and all the free fitness classes you can handle.

Antonia Li

Why her? As half of the creative duo behind digital agency Indicube, Antonia works on websites and branding for everyone from Estée Lauder to Mr Porter, leaving a trail of digital cool in her wake. The fashion fan and avid watch collector has also starred in social media campaigns for Tod’s, Hogan, Roger Vivier and Fendi.

Psst She’s big into kickboxing, so best stay in her good books.

Kay Li

Why her? The granddaughter of the late tycoon and philanthropist Li Po-chun is a staunch supporter of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, which offers scholarships to underprivileged students.

Alter Ego By day she runs her family’s real estate biz, by night she’s a super social fashionista.