Urban travelers in Hong Kong

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Urban travelers in Hong Kong

Hong Kong S.A.R., China

8 FIve 2
Alternative Shopping
David Daper - 8 Five 2
522 Jaffe Rd

A paradise for sneaker’s lovers. This concept-store offer limited edition and maintains an avid passion for the city’s constantly evolving street culture.

HKTDC Gallery
Alternative Shopping
David Daper - HKTDC Gallery
1 harbour road

For a shopping session like any other, this store is the perfect place. You will explore the world of Hong Kong design, dedicated to showcasing original and creative products by local brands and designers.

Art Lane
Art & Street Culture
Ki Ling Lane and Chung Ching Street

In an attempt to revitalise certain old buildings in Sai Yin Pun and to add kudos to some fancy new residential complexes Ki Ling Lane and Chung Ching Street have been given a colourful facelift.

Elgin Street
Art & Street Culture
48 Elgin St, Central

A collaboration between renowned British street artist Dan Kitchener and Charles Williams, this gorgeous mural painted in Kitchener’s typical urban impressionism-style is a unique depiction of a rainy Hong Kong evening.

Hollywood Road GOD Store
Art & Street Culture
Opposite The Globe, 45-53 Graham St, Central.

Sure, we all have a love-hate relationship with this particular mural but it’s without a doubt the most recognisable and photographed example of street art in Hong Kong.

Ki Ling Lane and Chung Ching Street
Art & Street Culture
David Daper - Ki Ling Lane and Chung Ching Street
264 Des Voeux Rd W

Revitalise old buildings, this was the goal of nine local and international artists in Ki Ling Lane and Chung Ching Street. Inspired by many themes of art of music, discover these colorful murals.

Man Fung Building
Art & Street Culture
180 Tai Nan St, Sham Shui Po.

Madrid-based street artist Okuda San Miguel completely transformed an ordinary residential building with his mural Rainbow Thief as part of HK Walls’ 2016 city-wide street art festival.

Public Square Street
Art & Street Culture
80 Public Square St, Mong Kok.

Brightening Hong Kong’s busiest and most crowded neighbourhood, Mong Kok, are these three long flights of stairs on Public Square Street.

Rich View Terrace
Art & Street Culture
26-50A Square St, Sheung Wan.

If you’re looking for the perfect Instagram background or even an edgy headshot, look no further than this geometric rainbow pattern over on Square Street.

Shing Wong Street
Art & Street Culture
Ki Ling Lane and Chung Ching Street

From Wong Chuk Hang to Mong Kok, these are the most sensational and Insta-worthy graffiti spots in Hong Kong

There’s no denying that Hong Kong is an expanding art hub, home to a wealth of international world-class art galleries and exhibitions.

Uma Nota
Art & Street Culture
Wellness. 38 Peel St, Central

In collaboration with Uma Nota, locally-based street artist team Elsa Jeandedieu – made up of three talented ladies – has created a pastel portrait of a woman with a flower headdress against the pink wall. There’s space enough for you to stand next to it and pose a laugh together.

Artisan Room
Urban Gastronomy
Shek Tong Tsui, Hong Kong

Artisan Room celebrates an artistic and stylish lifestyle and wishes to inject the flair into everyone’s life.

Café Hay Fever
Urban Gastronomy
Prince Edward

A mash-up of a floral shop and a coffee shop, Cafe Hay Fever surrounds patrons with plants and giant bouquet as you enjoy their specialty ice drip coffee.
It’s worth getting hay fever just for a trip to this quirky botanical cafe.

Fu Lu Shou
Urban Gastronomy
Fu Lu Shou, 7/F, 31 Hollywood Road, Central

We're pretty confident that most of us know the most Instagrammable spots at Fu Lu Shou.

Ho Lee Fook
Urban Gastronomy
David Daper - Ho Lee Fook
5 Elgin Street

An amazing and creative cuisine in an incredible decor. Share a meal and discover a mural filled of Maneki-neko.

Kwan Kee Store
Urban Gastronomy
David Daper - Kwan Kee Store
115-117 Fuk Wa Street

An open kitchen in a busy area where you will have endless choice of sweet foods.

Motte 22
Urban Gastronomy
Mott 32, Standard Chartered Bank Building, 4-4A Des Voeux Rd Central, Central

Designed by renowned interior designer Joyce Wang and awarded “World Interior of the Year” in 2014, Mott 32 offers more than high brow dim sum and BBQ pork.

Urban Gastronomy
SEVVA, Prince’s Building, 25th Floor, 10 Charter Road, Central, Hong Kong 

This is the spot to go to for the most iconic backdrop of Hong Kong's famous skyscraper skyline and 360 degree views of Victoria Harbour. 

Temple Spice Crabs
Urban Gastronomy
David Daper - Temple Spice Crabs
203 Temple street

Enjoy a typical meal in this lively place with Hongkongers. You won’t be disappointed !

Urban Gastronomy
TRi, Central L2, Shop 206, The Pulse 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay

Not on holiday? Not to worry, you can pretend you've gone to Bali at TRi in Repulse Bay. There’s no denying that we never get tired of this calming and resort-inspired atmosphere.

Tsui Wah
Urban Gastronomy
15-19 Wellington St, Central

Restaurant for a typical Chinese meal.

Central Harbourfront
Cool Spots
9號 Lung Wo Rd, Central

With an amazing 360-degree view of the iconic Hong Kong skyline, Central Harbourfront Event Space offers almost 36,000 square metres of outdoor, open-air space with easy accessibility to public transportation.

Cool Spots
David Daper - Djapa
200 Queen's Rd E

Located in the heart of Wan Chai you will find in this place a mix of cultures from Brazil to Japan. Not only a place for drinking and dining, art lovers will appreciate the colourful artworks by renowned artists from around the world.

Mong Kok
Cool Spots
David Daper - Mong Kok
Argyle Street 74

Here you will find the juxtaposition of cheap shops, dilapidated towers, traditional houses and many markets. A typical place to stroll at the end of the day to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the city.

Sheung Wan
Cool Spots
David Daper - Sheung Wan
68 Des Voeux Rd Central

From art galleries, artists' studios, trendy cafes and bars traditional medicine boutiques until shops selling impressive shark fins and more… You have too many things to visit in this area.



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