Your ultimate neighbourhood guide to Wong Chuk Hang
A booming industrial hub filled with warehouse spaces and factories in the past, Wong Chuk Hang is now among the trendiest neighbourhoods in Hong Kong with creative industries completely taking over the space with galleries, studios, showrooms and exciting dining scene.
Now it is easier than ever to go to Hong Kong Island, thanks to the opening of the Wong Chuk Hang MTR. It will take you not more than 10 minutes to reach Admiralty!
Where to stay?
Hong Kong’s first warehouse-turned-luxury hotel, Ovolo Southside is a place where industrial and contemporary combine to create a unique and cool 21st-century design.
Graffiti and art installations are spread throughout the hotel’s open spaces and offer a striking mix of local and international artwork. We’re guaranteed you’ll leave feeling inspired.
Our staff are experts and will be on hand to provide any recommendations for whatever you need, whether it’s a daytrip, celebratory dinner, or a night out on the town, there’s plenty here to keep you entertained in Wong Chuk Hang Road!
Plus, with the Free. Dom. offer, you can stay at a premium room just for HKD $945 per night!
Where to eat?
Wong Chuk Hang is the perfect destination for coffee-lovers! Whiskers N Paws Café, Africa Coffee & Tea or Sensory Zero are among favourites.
If you’re looking to satisfy all your cravings indoors or alfresco, Kömune will be the perfect destination for you!
At Kömune, you could be excused for thinking you were in a location sitting by the Mediterranean Sea with a view of the lush green surroundings from Deep Water Bay to Repulse Bay and the South China Sea. With the best gluten-free pizzas in town and a wide range of Mediterranean delicacies, Kömune serves its’ purpose of bringing people together over delicious vegetarian food.
And if you’re Looking for a place to kickstart your week or wind down, join Kömune for Happy Hour every day from 3 to 7 pm. m!
What to see?
Wong Chuk Hang is a great destination for hikers as well, with many hiking routes passing through the area. If you’re looking for an easy, but still enjoyable trail – Brick Hill Hike is your answer! It is not the most popular trail in Hong Kong, but the unique views are worth the climb!
If you’re looking to discover modern art in Hong Kong, Blindspot Gallery is your destination! Open from 10:30 until 6:30, this gallery began with a primary focus on contemporary photography and image-based art, and has evolved to include diverse media in contemporary art. The gallery represents mainly emerging and established Chinese and Asian artists from the region, but also beyond.