We think the best way to discover Hong Kong’s neighbourhoods is to talk to the people that live there. So we asked Petrous Moldovan, owner and Executive Chef at Parisian-style bistro Cocotte and NEO Cocktail Club, to give us the lowdown on life in Tin Hau.
Shanghai Street is home to a number of well stocked kitchen shops for restaurants & home cooks. Utensils, crockery, knives & chopping boards, baking ingredients and more.
Sham Shui Po is a treasure trove of electronics, fabrics, toys and more. This is your complete guide including map of the key shopping areas.
Are you an expat who’s wandered past a local restaurant with a massive queue outside and wondered exactly what they’re serving that’s so good? Check out our guide to local dining in Sheung Wan to find out more and expand your culinary horizons!
Our friends at HomeSolutions Real Estate have come up with this extremely detailed guide to life in Tung Chung, Lantau Island. We hope you’ll find it useful if you’re a Tung Chung resident, or thinking of moving there.
Head over to Repulse Bay for an afternoon of enjoying cooler autumn days, good food, coffee, shopping and relaxation.
Sheung Wan Guide: The best coffee shops, cafes, lunch and dinner spots plus bars. Explore Sheung Wan.
The Kowloon Culinary Wanderwalk is a three hour gastronomic tour of Hong Kong’s local cuisine including Noodles, Wontons, Xiao Long Bao and a few surprises!
Tagus Residences Happy Valley, offer modern urban living in one of Hong Kong’s most cosmopolitan and interesting neighbourhoods.
Review of the Urban Discovery Sham Shui Po Guided Walk. Discover the hidden secrets around Sham Shui Po. From galleries to tea houses, from museums to markets & more.