There were clinics, grocery stores, kung fu studios and schools in this 4-storey building built in 1922. The House is well maintained and revitalized because of the eye-catching blue walls painted in the 1990’s. There are still tenants residing in the House. Simply visit the Hong Kong House of Stories on the ground floor to learn more about the history and culture of Hong Kong.
Tai Yuen Street, with the old name Albany Street, consists of open-air stores together with a number of toy shops operated for many years. It is also known as “toy street” - literally means a collection of toys: dolls, models, movie-themed toys, card games and all other types you can count. Toy enthusiasts should never miss this place!
Fronting the old coastline of Wan Chai, the temple was built in around 1847 to 1852 for maritime workers to worship the god of the sea. Despite being surrounded by high-rise buildings after reclamation works, the temple has become more distinctive because of its unique design. It is now listed as Grade I Historic Building and is still frequented by worshippers.
Admiralty Station (Access through escalators in Pacific Place)
Situated inside business district, Hong Kong Park was originally Victoria Barracks and is a distinctive blend of old garrison buildings, which have been revitalized into management offices and the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware, and modern buildings like Aviary, Conservatory and Vantage Point.
Situated near the Peak Galleria, both spots offer a stunning view over the Kowloon Peninsula and Hong Kong Island. Lions Pavilion, formally known as Ming Yan Pavilion, is a Chinese pavilion which could be easily accessed through Finlay Path. The other end of Finlay Path is the Lugard Road, a flat, circular, 3.6km long hiking trail, which is suitable for all ages and offers a panoramic view of Victoria Harbour and southern Hong Kong Island at a different angle.
Delight yourself in this large-scale shopping mall at The Peak which comprises shops of local exquisite goods, leisure facilities like playground and observation deck, themed attraction with personalized experience as well as a collection of Chinese and Western cuisine.