With a prime location in the happening Wanchai, Kew Green Hotel Wanchai Hong Kong offers travlers easy access to some of the city's exciting spots. Feel free to take if from here and explore the hotel's neighborhood to unearth the many faces of Hong Kong.
DAY TOUR IN CENTRAL
Hong Kong Park
A combination of green amid and urban design makes Hong Kong Park unique and perfect for a morning stroll. If you are a bird-lover, you are welcome to join the aviary watching tour held every Wednesday. Besides, a greenhouse and the Hong Kong Visual Arts Center were also built in the park as well. Don’t forget to take a few shots of the surrounding skyscrapers before you leave!
Spend your morning in Fringe Club, which was set up in 1984, at a building originally used as a cold storage warehouse for dairy products in the 19th century. It is now a club that holds arts exhibitions and theatre performances. It aims to promote local artists and culture in Hong Kong. Enjoy a brunch in the vintage café; their artistic environment and freshly brewed coffee won’t fail to impress you.
Man Mo Temple
Built in 1847, a temple for the God of Literature (Man) and the God of War (Mo). This temple was mostly worshipped by ambitious students wanting to succeed in the past. It was listed as a Grade I historic building in 2009 and is preserved as a Declared Monument.
The market that is almost 160 years old, considered as the oldest continuously-operating street market. You will find tightly-packed stalls on both sides of the street selling foods and goods.
Yung Kee Restaurant
Yung Kee restaurant was a modest cooked food stall half a century ago. It is famous for its specialty-Roast Goose, attracting lots of visitors from all over the world. Some of them would even buy it and carry home by air back to their home country, that’s how it gets the nickname “Flying Roast Goose”.
Looking for a place for some luxurious shopping? Landmark would be the place for you. Inside, you will find many high-end brands like Louis Vuitton, Harvey Nichols and Tiffany etc. Take a nice break by feeding your stomach in their prestigious Michelin-starred restaurants favored by many local celebrities. The mall is connected to other near-by shopping centers, offering more than 200 brands and a range of dining options.
The vintage glow of Duddell street has attracted of a lot of movie and TV directors for shootings. You would probably recognize the four last gas lights in Hong Kong and street steps which were built between 1875 and 1889.
The environment and view of IFC mall could add a relaxing touch to your shopping experience. The mall houses more than 200 international brands ranging from mid to high-end priced clothing.
It is also connected to other near-by shopping malls and SoHo through covered and elevated walkways so you would not need to worry about walking outdoor in rainy days.
Lan Fong Yuen
A place to have a quick afternoon tea. An old Hong Kong-style café Lan Fong Yuen is located between Central and mid-Level on Gage Street, best known of its milk tea.
Well known for its sweet Sugar cane juice. Indulge yourself in the old Hong Kong style herbal tea shop, recharging yourself by taking a relaxing break from your shopping spree. After a relaxing drink, you may also check out the nearby boutique in the soho area.
Riding the Peak Tram would be a highlight of your trip in Hong Kong. It gives you a whole new perspective in viewing Hong Kong as you make the ascent to the Peak. Arriving at highest point on Hong Kong Island, you can have a better look at Victoria Harbor and the skyscrapers. In the Sky Terrace 428 located inside the Peak tower houses a viewing platform, dining restaurants and retail outlets. Spend your late afternoon and evening either shopping, sightseeing or visiting the Madame Tussauds, the attraction that features over 100 well-known celebrities wax figures.
Mid-Levels, Hong Kong
If you want to try having local Hong Kong-style dinner, try Sing Kee. It is considered as Central’s favorite "Dai Pai Dong". Living in a hectic city, local people pursue quick meals; Sing Kee can deliver a comforting meal within 10-15minutes, their must try items including the deep fried squid, chicken pot, fried pork and tofu fish soup
Lan Kwai Fong
Lan Kwai Fong is one of Hong Kong’s most popular nightlife hot spots. In there, you can find more than 90 bars and restaurants. Lan Kwai Fong is always crowded with people from work, wanting to relax and have fun. It is the best place to host celebrations and events during major festivals, such as Halloween, Christmas and New Year because of its lively atmosphere.