Named after its opening days – Saturdays and Sundays – Sun Sat Store is a small shop tucked away at the end of Wing Hing Street, near the south side of the harbour. The place is a treasure trove of local handicrafts as well as vintage collectables sourced from flea markets around the world. Sun Sat also doubles as a café with a table made from parts of an old sewing machine in the alfresco area set aside for customers to wind down and relax.
Half-an-hour away from Central lies Peng Chau, one of Hong Kong’s most adorable outer islands and somewhere well off the beaten tourist track. With scenic treks, ancient relics, traditional temples, strong community vibes and no cars in sight, stepping ashore on this tranquil island feels like travelling back in time to old Hong Kong. From the moment you arrive, you’ll feel as if you can breathe easier. There’s an undeniable energy to this island that exudes serenity and forces you to slow down. Follow our guide for all the best things to do and eat on Peng Chau!