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This is a very unique place as it will bring you from 17th Floor all the way to 56th Floor in a glass elevator. More for thrills if you love to stand close and witness urself "floating" up and down. The top floor is for...More
Hopewell Centre is popular with locals. Close to street markets and lots of popular local and international restaurants. Hopewell itself houses Starbucks and McDonalds , a Japanese restaurant , with a supermarket in the basement and comfortable french style reasonable priced Papillon cafe on the...More
It is one of the oldest office buildings in Wanchai. Its revolving restaurant at the top floor used tine famous in last century but not in these days.
It is mainly office buildings with shops at the lift lobbies of G/F and 17/F where the...More
This is the place for everybody. Lots of convenience to get all your errands done!
TASTE the supermarket is at basement.
Starbucks for quick catch up
Fitness First gym
Great Japanese restaurant
Walk over the bridge to QRE plaza and there...More
The Hopewell Centre is an iconic sky scraper that stands in Wanchai and often appears on postcards. It is a round building, lots of shops and restaurants at the basement, offices through the building then a revolving...yes I said revolving restaurant that sits on the...More
It's a great shopping centre with McDonald's, Watson's, Starbucks etc but the hidden attraction is the glass lift. Get the lift to floor 17 then come out and go in the lifts next to the book shop. They only go to floor 56(I think) and...More
The mall has lots of things to cater for all of your needs. There are lifestyle stores, a Newsstand, a Bookstore and even Watsons and Watsons Wine! There is a supermarket named Taste, and the observation lift allows you to see all of Hong Kong...More
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.