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 WANCHAI
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre – Take a stroll along the harbor front outside the futuristically designed Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, and soon you’ll reach the Golden Bauhinia Square with a six-meter-high gilded flower bauhinia sculpture, where ceremonies for the handover of Hong Kong was held in July 1997, and the daily flag-raising ceremony is held at 8am.
1 Expo Drive, Wanchai
Central Government Offices
Featuring a post-modern, understated design, the Central Government Offices offers an extensive grass pitch for relaxation of the body and soul. Just a stone’s throw away is the iBakery Gallery Café in the Tamar Park, where you can enjoy scrumptious bites of pasta, pizza and sandwiches over a cup of quality coffee in support of the meaningful social enterprise.
Wan Chai Police Station
Also known among the locals as ‘No.2 Police Station’, the Wan Chai Police Station was built on reclaimed land in 1932, and was listed as a Grade II Historic Building in 2009. Initially a neo-classical-style architecture, the police station was revitalized after suffering severe damages during the Second World War.
123 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai
Blue House, Green House and Orange House
There’s not a shortage of well-preserved ‘tong-lau’ (tenement buildings built in the late 19th century to the 1960s in Hong Kong) in Wanchai, with the Blue House, Green House and Orange House among the better known, and still standing to tell the stories of the old Hong Kong.
Blue House | 72-74A Stone Nullah Lane
Green House | 1-11 Mallory Street and 6-12 Burrows StreetOrange House | 8 King Sing Street
Old Wan Chai Post Office
Located on 221 Queen’s Road East, this is the oldest surviving post office building in Hong Kong. Having served the community continuously for 77 years, the Old Wan Chai Post Office closed its doors in 1992 and is now an Environmental Resource Centre operated by the Environmental Protection Department.
221 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai
Hung Shing Temple
With anecdotal evidence suggesting 1847 being the year of construction, this temple is dedicated to Hung Shing Ye, a government official in the Tang Dynasty. The temple was initially built next to the shoreline until land was reclaimed in front of the temple. Visit the temple on the 1st and 15th day of every lunar month and there’s a chance you may see worshippers praying in the temple.
129-131 Queen’s Road Central, Wan Chai
As one of Hong Kong’s premium shopping malls, Pacific Place is home to a fantastic array of high-end designer labels, gourmet dining, and a stadium-seating cinema. With an inviting harbor view at the front and lush greenery of the Hong Kong Park at the back, Pacific Place is perfect for those who desire first-class shopping experience and a quick respite from the hustles and bustles of the city.
88 Queensway, Admiralty
The tallest building in Hong Kong until 1989 and the city’s first circular skyscraper, Hopewell Centre is also known for its restaurant VIEW 62 by Paco Roncero, which makes for the place to be for a cocktail over a breathtaking city view.
183 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai
Wanchai is a district that never sleeps, with a one-of-a-kind nightlife brought way into the night by bars the likes of Devil’s Advocate, Coyote Bar & Grill, and Agave Tequila Y Comida. However you want to enjoy the nightlife of Hong Kong, there is a location for you in the neighbourhood of Kew Green Hotel Wanchai Hong Kong.
Lockhart Road, Wan Chai