This Kwun Tong venue takes chillaxing seriously and turns being lazy into an art form. The opposite of a party room – the kind that Kwun Tong is famous for these days – Chillazy welcomes all bone-tired and stressed-out Hongkongers to take a break here. Decked out with various hammocks of the classic and cocoon variety, tatami-like floor mattresses and bean bags, you can relax any way you want. Come take a nap, or enjoy some quiet time to read a book or play acoustic guitar. Even better, all drinks are free here. Mon-Fri $50 (one hour), $100 (full-day); Sat-Sun $70 (one hour), $140 (full day).
Let’s face it. Sometimes you gotta take a nap during a long day at work or a weekend when you’ve over-extended yourself. Whether it’s a result of poor sleeping habits, as a way to de-stress and relax or the fact that you’re simply hungover, a power nap can make all the difference. Instead of counting sheep at your desk or splurging on a night at a fancy hotel, Hong Kong has some pretty sweet spots where you can catch some Zs. Here are seven of our fave places.
If you want to kill two birds with one stone, why not indulge in a spa treatment while you’re napping?