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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.
I do like their flexible arrangements that you could take an earlier ferry if seats are available.
So if you happen to show up earlier than the scheduled departure time, you could check with Shun Tak staff if you could get on an earlier ferry to Macau
We went to Macau 🇲🇴 from Hong Kong 🇭🇰 island and used the Cotai water jet service. Takes about one hour and is smooth and fast. We went first class and sat upstairs where you get a drink and snack included and are served at your seat by very helpful nice staff. The cost for 2 return tickets first class...
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Flea & Street Markets
"Walk around antique stores - and more"
reviewed 1 week ago by Aveeno1991
I remember this being more of an antiques lane but it has evolved into a more hip street with curio shops, cool cafes and photo-op views. Parallel to it is Cat Street from where you can visit the Man Mo Temple. We went here for the colorful murals and in hopes to buy a small area rug - the former...
We took the one from the HK airport. We took the Cotai jet. Efficient quick with no fuss. The best part is the luggage handling from flight directly to the pier at the Macau end. Grab a window seat if you can the sights outside the ferry a worth watching. On rough days it can make people sea sick.
"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...
The most worth-to-go local style fine dinning restaurant. highly recommended! Vicky is one of the most talented HK chef, all the dishes are full of surprises and creativity. Excellent services from the team also. A 5 stars food journey!
"A thoroughly enjoyable meal in a unique setting with impeccable service"
reviewed 2 days ago by Parsons_70
Really happy we chose Gough's on Gough to host our business Christmas lunch. Despite having a relatively large group, we were seated in a private area with attentive wait staff to ensure a lovely meal. The staff were clearly passionate about their restaurant and food which made the whole experience a delight. Thank you.
A group of English couples were going to Little Bao so we tagged along. The group had become good friends at the hotel and most had been to Hong Kong before like me.
This was a favourite of one couple so we all trusted them. They were right . The food is amazing and cheap to us. Flavours we had...
"Food that takes Chinese cuisine to another level"
reviewed 1 week ago by Gerald D
The chairman difficult to find but well worth the walk along Queensway. We started lunch with tasty, beautifully presented razor clams with basil and house made chili jam. Not spicy but tasty and delicious. The grouper cooked for two was, steamed with green vegetable was stunning while the fried fish with bones in a light, slightly spicy flavor was heavenly,...
Very nice room, separate area for living and sleeping
Great views from top floors and from the roof terrace
Very client oriented staff
Pretty close to the sea and the train station to the airport
Good value for money
The hotel staff was very friendly and accommodating!The room was clean and modern and ideal for business travel with a separate office / living room area with an option to close off door to bedroom. Best location close to shops, restaurants and Central HK business area.
"Great Hotel, perfectly located and very friendly staff"
reviewed 5 days ago by bernibond123
we booked 3 nights in the 99 Bonham and extended by another night because we liked it a lot. We had a superb room in the 31st floor with a wonderful view - and the roof top terrace that the hotel is offering allows for more views. There is no food or bar service in the hotel but the staff...
Very positive experience from the moment we arrived. Staff very attentive and helpful. Rooms very comfortable, spacious, clean and well presented. This hotel was very central to lots of places to eat and drink. In my experience taxis found it difficult to find with either the name or the address for some reason I couldn't put my finger on. Highly...
We book this hotel long in advance and got a good price via tripadvisor
Centrally located . Can walk down town or the macao ferry. It is near the subway and there's is a bus stop directly across from the hotel. Rooms were comfortable roomy and well placed. Thee is. 24 be coffee and cookie area just off the lobby.thwre...