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Unlike most of Hong Kong’s other popular districts, Sheung Wan welcomes wanderers with an easy-going, relaxed atmosphere. Art galleries are plentiful and boutique cafés are tucked away in every side street in the sub district known as “PoHo.” Browse through the vintage clothing and handmade leather goods stores – it’s no surprise fashionistas flock to this area. History enthusiasts will be rewarded with sites of beautiful architecture, reflecting Sheung Wan’s past as one of the earliest settlements by British forces. As night falls, the entertainment scene reveals itself to be just as laid back with its private kitchens, speakeasies and underground bars dotted throughout the area. When in Sheung Wan, everyday feels like the weekend.
Hollywood road has plenty of interesting examples of street art and murales that will fascinate every visitor.
Just walk around and pay attention to catch all the details of this interesting zone of the city and you won't be disappointed!
We took this ferry from Hong Kong to Macau one day. They have multiple journeys throughout the day and reasonable prices. The inside of the ferry itself reminded me a bit of an old airplane...it looked quite dated but the seats were comfortable. Overall, it's a convenient and efficient way to get around. Recommended.
At first the Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal was a bit daunting with so many people about and uncertainty as to where to go to purchase tickets for my proposed trip to Shekou, Shenzhen. Signage was not very clear and I was in a rush to catch the last ferry to the Chinese mainland that night.
I found a little...
"Interesting history and now primarily aimed at public education"
reviewed 11 April 2018 by accidentaltourist_8
This museum impresses on several levels. IT reflects the history of bubonic plaque from 1894 onwards and how the formation of the pathological institute in this building helped to overcome this annual blight amongst the population. IT is housed in a well restored (but needing more restoration which is in progress now) and historically significant building. Many of the displays...
Arrived around 9 pm in a Friday night and although they were super busy, they found us 2 bar seats and made us comfortable, and welcome, and assured us we’d get a table as soon as one became free. Their cocktails were fabulous, I had hands down the best Dirty Vodka Martini I’ve ever had(and I’ve had a few!), and...
I think I found this on Trip Advisor and man what a find this was. Frankly this is one of those restaurants you don’t want to write a review on, cause you sort of want to keep it secret. But hey, I don’t live here so...there you go.
We actually walked from the MTR - that was a bit of...
This is the place that I will always recommend, when there is a dear friend visit, and celebration with my love one. This time, I’m back for my husband’s birthday. It was great to see Jason again, his genuine service and personal touch made the whole experience so special! We will be back again and thank you for your hospitality.
I had been looking forward to the visit after reading lots of reviews online and the experience certainly didn’t disappoint. Watching the chefs prepared our food, sipping our wine whilst waiting for our next course, service was immaculate, couldn’t ask for more!
Very pleasant small place with a lovely staff. The beer was cold the chicken tikka masala was perfect. They have a great menu that can be worked over dozens of visits. Highly recommend whether you are sitting down or doing takeaway.
Stayed for 3 nights during business trip. Really enjoyed the stay.
Location is great, 5mins walk to MTR station, sheungwan, and to tram station, western terminus. Plenty of places to eat, to sip coffee and just chill. Walking distance to my favorite roasted goose, yat lok, and brisket noodle, kau kee.
The room was spacious. Each floor comprise of 2...
Excellent location, with the Sheung Wan MTR 3 min walk away. Central is right at your doorstep. The hip ‘soho’ district is just round the corner. With a floor to yourself, it is secluded. There is a lounge on the First floor , stocked with soft drinks and bottled water for the guests.
"I will only stay here whenever I'm in Hong Kong !"
reviewed yesterday by chromesthete
The room size and amenities exceeded my expectations - the room was spotless, toiletries were great, the kitchenette and nespresso machine were a blessing especially since we had to stay indoors during the super typhoon! But even through the rough weekend the staff was there on time, housekeeping functioned as usual and arrangements were made for food and refreshments since...
Great communal areas
Great F&B options
And held up during Typhoon
10’s 10’s 10’s across the board
Stayed in Kowloon and wanted a change
Worth the trip for sure.
Normally we get a hotel on the Kowloon side but this time we wanted to try something different, from the moment I arrived I could tell this was going to be different, in a good way! They have a very helpful team that goes above and beyond to ensure guests are comfortable and have everything they need. Full floor suite...