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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.
Nice temple, not so easy to find (one of the different ways to arrive has hundred of stairs before finding it!)
You can pray of make a wish when you are inside. A lot of incense at some moments so it could be a bit uncomfortable.
"Best way to commute between HK and Shenzhen (China Mainland)"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by Steffen A
The ferry costs only 140 HKD and take 1 hour to Shenzhen, but the immigration and customs are taking only a few minutes. If you cross border at any other checkpoint the immigration process can take from 30 minutes to 2 hours. So, this is by far the most predictable and secure way to get to Shenzhen and back.
Of course, almost everything in Hong Kong is bit overcrowded. This city has part of it's reputation built on the movie making industry and this makes this street so popular. But if you are not interested in kung fun movies stories neither in some antiques (there are some shops here), then this street is not a "must see".
We visited Hollywood Road Park because it was close to our hotel & we wanted to sit and watch the turtles. Spending a bit of time here is a cool way to see a slice of Hong Kong life - all sorts of locals make use for the park for relaxing & socialising. The setting is beautiful with lush trees...
Small, bar seating, great fun and fantastic food.
The bao's are brilliant, cannot recommend them enough but don't miss the share plates as these are just as good - we tried the dumplings, hot chicken and truffle fries and all were superb street food style dishes. The service is also top notch and fun - we were really well looked...
"6 months on I still think about how incredible the food was here."
reviewed 1 week ago by MikeySK
I visited here back in April and its one of the best asian infusion meals I've ever had. We couldnt choose what to eat. So we went with the chefs 6 course suggestions and each dish was a delight. I want to come back to Hong Kong just for this restaurant. I advise to get there about 5:30 and get...
So... This place had, for now, some of the best dim sum I have ever tasted in my life!! I am putting 4* because only one waiter was friendly to me. I would suggest 3 to 4 plates a person depending on your hunger. Anyways you must come here if you want delicious traditional Chinese food!
Fresh ingredients, excellent technique, and good service sum up the winning attraction of this discreetly located gem of a restaurant. There is lots to choose from the menu. Flower crab is the gold standard here. Deep fried enoki mushroom is a surprise...so light and delicate. Roast pigeon or soy chicken both very good too. Sample and savour...try something different every...
Great location, the staff was really nice and helpful. The apartment was very clean, with everything you need (TV, expresso machine, microwave, iron board...).
Stylish design everywhere.
I highly recommend it.
location excellent, service excellent, very good apartment, accessibility to all that matters on a holiday was excellent, has a gym, washing facilities and would recommend this location and apartment to others
Lovely hotel very close to everything that matters. Rooms are tiny but perfectly designed. You need to not mind sleeping low, but the beds are very comfortable. Service is efficient. Great value for money.
This is definitely one highly recommended serviced apartment for business travel. The home away from home experience has been great and I will definitely return to One96 for my next stay. I never expected to be in a such a spacious apartment on Hong Kong Island and I love the convenience to the MTR station, grab groceries and food (exploring...
"great value for money, nice location, friendly staff"
reviewed 2 days ago by marianlambino
i loved staying in this hotel for the ff. reasons:
it is located in the central which means it is easily accessible from the tourist spots and airport express. nearest mtr station is sai ying pun, then exit at A1 about 8-10 min walk. the staff are friendly and helpful. they always go extra mile to assist on your needs....