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The 5 most Instagrammable spots in Sai Kung

A hip neighbourhood that is increasing on the radar of fun-seeking locals and tourists alike, Sai Kung is also a haven for Instagram enthusiasts. Here are some of the most 'grammable spots in town.

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Time Out Hong Kong
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Sai Kung is known for its sweeping landscapes, clear waters, hiking spots and quality seafood to round off the day. Less celebrated however is the town itself. The budding cultural hotspot is filled with things to do and places to see, from street art to concept stores and (nearly) everything in between. If you’re going to head to one of Hong Kong’s hippest spots, you may as well snap a photo or two for the ‘gram. After all, if you didn’t post it, did it really happen?

Man Nin Street Art
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Man Nin Street Art

Just a short walk from the waterfront, Man Nin Street is home to some of Sai Kung’s most photogenic corners. The result of a street art fair held in 2016 and 2017 and a series of live painting demonstrations, this vibrant side of town features playful murals, typography and more, and makes for a great place to step up your ‘gram game. Fan favourites include the Delay No More mural outside concept store G.O.D and the tightrope walker stood between two families.

Little Cove Espresso

Little Cove Espresso

Little Cove Espresso serves up more than just caffeine and Mediterranean-inspired food. Evoking laid back Melbournian style, it is meant to be a slow spot for guests to spend the day and kick back with a cup of joe, and maybe, grab or photo or two as well. The high ceilings and windows offer major lighting goals. True to the laidback coast of Sai Kung, Little Cove Espresso integrates many natural seaside materials such as wood and marble, offset by modern fixtures and scattered plants. A deliberate focal point in the space is the L-shaped coffee bar and kitchen that looks more like a sculpture with its dark oak panelling mimicking the pattern of sea waves. 

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Final Fragments

Final Fragments

Inspired by Japanese design phenomenon Zakka, Final Fragments is a boutique clothing and accessories store offering a range of vintage wares. With its laidback charm, stepping inside Final Fragments is like unearthing a hidden treasure trove. The store also boasts an online platform that shares the best-selling and newly stocked items, and is perfect for those looking to plan their shopping ahead of arrival so as to make a beeline for their items of choice.

Momentai

Momentai

The translation of momentai is ‘no problem’. It makes sense, then, for this bar and restaurant to take pride in its laidback atmosphere. Boasting a large open-air space, an extensive selection of specialty beers on tap and a wide range of bar snacks and larger plates, Momentai’s proximity to the promenade makes it the perfect place to watch the setting sun and take in a few sundowners of your own after a day well-spent at the beach.

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Tikitiki Bowling Bar

Tikitiki Bowling Bar

Totems, grass skirts, coconuts and … a bowling alley? Tikitiki has become one of Hong Kong’s most popular bowling bars, and has lit up a storm on Instagram thanks to its neon pins and eccentric lighting. Trading in the luau for the lanes, Tikitiki serves food, drink and cocktails to fill bowlers’ bellies. It also has a spacious outdoor patio complete with rustic wooden furniture and an abundance of greenery.

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