Wan Chai: Ultimate guide
With the East Rail Line Cross-Harbour Extension and the new Exhibition Centre MTR Station officially opening on May 15, there's no better time than now to explore the vibrant neighbourhood of Wan Chai. To help you navigate the area a little better, here are some of the best things to eat, drink, and do in Wan Chai. You can thank us later. Jump to a section: EAT / DRINK / THINGS TO DO / STAY What is Wan Chai known for?Once notoriously known as Hong Kong's red light district, Wan Chai is filled with a diversity of bars, pubs, and nightclubs. Why do we love it?Aside from its nightlife, Wan Chai is also home to some of the most interesting architecture, top restaurants, hidden shops, and cultural spots. There's really not much you can't find here. How do I get to Wan Chai?The easiest way is by MTR, but if you're already on Hong Kong Island, consider taking the tram so you can take in the views and streetscape along the way. Map of Wan Chai
Hong Kong’s best local bakeries
The bakeries in Hong Kong are essential to our local culture. Because let’s be honest, most of us don't own a big oven, or even one at all, and don't get us started on the know-how on local bakes like wife cakes or chicken biscuits. It's no cupcake that's for sure. Thankfully, local bakeries are the purveyors of traditional Hong Kong pastries made by hand. So, whether you're in the mood for an indulgent cream cone, comforting cocktail bun or classic egg tart, these local bakeries have you covered. RECOMMENDED: Get down with local cuisine and check out Hong Kong's best dai pai dongs or visit the city's top dim sum restaurants.
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The 100 best Hong Kong movies
Hong Kong was once the Hollywood of the East. At its peak, around the early 90s, the local movie industry was the first in the world – in terms of per capita production and the second-largest exporter of films – second only to the US.The influence of Hong Kong cinema can be seen far and wide. Bruce Lee remains a global icon and his martial arts movies are classics. The groundbreaking action of The Matrix would never have come about if not for John Woo films and the action choreography of Yuen Woo-ping. Quentin Tarantino ripped off Ringo Lam’s City on Fire for his debut, 1992’s Reservoir Dogs. Moonlight owes much to the style of Wong Kar-wai films and the auteur was an influence acknowledged by Soffia Coppola when she collected the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for Lost in Translation.So with such a massive cultural legacy, what are the best Hong Kong movies of all time? We present to you this definitive ranking of the best films made in Hong Kong dating as far back as the 1930s. Recommended: 🤣 Hong Kong’s best romcoms😂 The best of Stephen Chow’s movies🥋 The 20 best martial arts movies of all time🇰🇷 The greatest Korean movies of all time
山長水遠來到大埔，除了到林村許願之外，當然不能錯過其他景點。大埔老字號食店雲集於一棟政府大樓，一口氣飽嚐傳統雲吞麵、點心、上海麵食等。鄉郊地區保育得宜，無論身處慈山寺、印洲塘海岸公園還是大埔滘自然護理區，都有人在桃花源之錯覺；區內首個泳灘龍尾泳灘，街坊夏日有新好去處！小店支持者不要錯過咖啡店 Kaffee House、Forest Cafe 及 V.W Vegan Cafe 等，各有個性。 想了解離島區的好去處，可瀏覽梅窩終極指南和長洲一日遊指南。
Best places to buy quality tea in Hong Kong
With the influx of new and trendy coffee brands, Hong Kong’s cafe scene has been brewing strong for a number of years now, but thanks to our historical links to Chinese tea culture, and colonial past, tea drinking is still very much part of Hong Kong. And sure, we all love to pop out for a Hong Kong-style milk tea at the local cha chaan teng, but sometimes a proper cuppa cha is needed at home. So, whether you prefer traditional Chinese tea from decade-old shops or contemporary blends from modern teahouses, here are some of the top places to buy quality tea. RECOMMENDED: Need something stronger in your cup? Try these new bars in Hong Kong.
Explore the city: Travel abroad without leaving Hong Kong
Many cities around the world are reopening borders to more international visitors. Yet with flight costs, the probability of flight cancellations, and the mandatory quarantine when you return to the city, travelling is still a luxury for Hongkongers. So, to cure your wanderlust without ever leaving the city, here are places that you can explore to make you still feel like a globetrotter. From a hidden Japanese garden, a colourful village reminiscent of Taiwan's Rainbow Village, and a peaceful nature reserve in the scenic mountains, get ready to explore some under-the-radar places in Hong Kong. Explore the city with Uber Taxi and take control of how you travel. Uber uses an auto-matching technology that brings the closest taxi driver to you. Your trips are in your hands as Uber gets an estimate of your arrival time, route, and fare prior to your trip. From now until June 3, 2022, Uber is treating Time Out Hong Kong readers to an exclusive 20 percent off on your next Uber Taxi ride. Enter the TIMEOUTHK22 promo code when you book your ride to enjoy the discount! Terms and conditions apply. Watch this short video for a preview of the city's hidden gems: RECOMMENDED: Whether you're looking for a short relaxing getaway, a cultural experience, or thrilling adventures in Hong Kong, check out our ultimate guide to planning your next city adventure.
13 Dog-friendly restaurants and cafes in the city
With the recently relaxed social distancing restrictions, we’re now able to dine together with up to eight at a table. And with many new bars and restaurants opening up in the city, it’s the best time to head out for a lovely meal. But if you’re looking for places to bring your precious pooch with you out for a meal or a quick happy hour drink? We’ve gathered a selection of dog-friendly restaurants, cafes, and bars across the city that allow you to nosh with your pup right by your side. RECOMMENDED: Also check out our list of the best pet-friendly parks and gardens in the city.
Explore the city: Sweet escapes
Whether you're looking for a short relaxing getaway, a cultural experience, or thrilling adventures in Hong Kong, 'Explore the City' will tick all the boxes on your list. Hopefully, it will inspire you to get out and experience the city again. This week, enjoy a relaxed and stress-free adventure in the city and get up close with nature. From glamping to chasing the sunset and dining in secluded parts of Hong Kong, these itineraries will let you reconnect and recharge while immersing in the city’s beautiful sceneries. Explore the city with Uber Taxi and take control of how you travel. Uber uses an auto-matching technology that brings the closest taxi driver to you. Your trips are in your hands as Uber gets an estimate of your arrival time, route, and fare prior to your trip. From now until June 3, 2022, Uber is treating Time Out Hong Kong readers to an exclusive 20 percent off on your next Uber Taxi ride. Enter the TIMEOUTHK22 promo code when you book your ride to enjoy the discount! Terms and conditions apply. RECOMMENDED: Whether you're looking for a short relaxing getaway, a cultural experience, or thrilling adventures in Hong Kong, check out our ultimate guide to planning your next city adventure.
Explore the city: Get your caffeine fix at these hip, revitalised spots
Hong Kong has a unique urban landscape that features age-old buildings against refurbished architectures and modern skyscrapers. From Tai Kwun to Central Market, The Mills to 618 Shanghai Street, a lot of historical landmarks in the city have been transformed into new places of interest which blend seamlessly into Hong Kong’s unique historical and cultural tapestry. Thanks to the combined efforts of many dedicated individuals from the public and private sectors, these revitalised projects breathe new life into the community. For your next coffee break, consider these three revitalised properties, savour a delightful brew and the history of the shop itself. Explore the city with Uber Taxi and take control of how you travel. Uber uses an auto-matching technology that brings the closest taxi driver to you. Your trips are in your hands as Uber gets an estimate of your arrival time, route, and fare prior to your trip. From now until June 3, 2022, Uber is treating Time Out Hong Kong readers to an exclusive 20 percent off on your next Uber Taxi ride. Enter the TIMEOUTHK22 promo code when you book your ride to enjoy the discount! Terms and conditions apply. RECOMMENDED: Take a trip down memory lane and flip the pages of Hong Kong's history books with these day trip ideas that will reconnect you with the city's storied past.
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La Rambla By Catalunya
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Lawry’s The Prime Rib
This Hong Kong branch of the famous Californian original has been a staple for diners to get some of the best meat in town for 10 years now. The USDA certified roasted prime rib of beef is consistently outstanding here. It’s always succulent and juicy. Sit in the beautifully grand dining hall or one of the four private dining areas and pair your exquisite beef with one of the steakhouse’s private label wines. The famous spinning bowl salad, The Lawry Cut prime rib, rib-eye steak are all worth digging into.
High above on the 27th floor of Bartlock Centre is the Executive Bar, a quiet, classy hideaway with a picture-postcard view of Happy Valley Racecourse right below. The bar boasts an impressive range of whiskies from Scottish, Irish, Japanese, American, and a few Australian distillers. The spherical ice cubes here are a thing of beauty and thanks to their slow melt-rate, your whisky won't be a watery one.
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Named after the Japanese phrase ‘hakurai hin' – which refers to things from abroad – Haku is a restaurant that is open to influences, ingredients, and techniques from around the world to achieve something that is really quite unique. The restaurant aims to offer a more immersive dining experience, something they call innovative kappo cuisine which is served straight from their kitchen bar. Newly appointed executive chef Rob Drennan is steering the kappo-style kitchen in a new direction with an 11-course tasting menu ($1,880 per guest) that features dishes inspired by global cuisines, made using seasonal ingredients from Japan. The menu comes complete with expert wine and sake pairings available ($580 and $880) which, if you ask us, is definitely worth going for. Dishes including the Japanese fish soup served with asparagus, radish, and curry leaf oil, as well as Lobster with salmon roe, smoked fennel, and tomato showcase the best of summer, while a crispy amadai fish with black garlic and celeriac, and smooth foie gras with caviar chawanmushi take on the classics with creative flair and finesse.
High Society Skin Clinic
High Society Skin Clinic, a skincare management brand from eyebrow and eyelash grooming specialists Princess Brows, has opened a new flagship venue in Mongkok's Moko Mall. The 18th-floor clinic is a bright and airy space, filled with floral arches, neon pink signs, a comfy sofa and plush armchairs, at the reception. Inside, the treatment rooms are just as bright with huge windows and a make-up room for you to fix your hair or makeup after your treatment. The new branch offers lasers, facials, aesthetic medicine, and body contouring treatments using certified and FDA-approved machines with cutting-edge technology. This includes Emsculpt NEO for body sculpting and slimming, Pico EnLighten Laser for brightening and pigmentation problems, Exilis Ultra 360 for skin tightening, lifting Ultherapy, and HIFU Magic V Lift for that non-invasive facelift. For those who desire instant results, the HIFU Magic V Lift and DDU treatments (first-time trial price: $2500; original price: $9800) are the ones for you. Thanks to its high-intensity ultrasound, which stimulates new collagen growth in the deeper layers of the skin, the HIFU Magic V Lift device lifts and tightens, creating a natural v-shape in the face. Coupled with DDU, a DNA cell repair machine that hydrates and moisturises after the HIFU treatment, skin looks firmer and more youthful. The High Society Skin Clinic also offers semi-permanent under-eye concealer, stretch mark concealer, and vitiligo camouflage, and is the only salon i
Situated on the 72nd floor of the W Hong Kong hotel, Bliss Spa offers incredible views over Victoria Harbour. Its funky, modern approach eschews the typical spa ambience (you won’t find any rainforest inspire music or whale noises here) in favour of urban chic. They have a total of nine relaxing harbour view treatment rooms including two couple suites, with over 100 treatments covering the body, face, nail and waxing to choose from. Most recently, the spa introduced cutting-edge thermal cryo technology (that means powerful heating and cooling to -10°C) treatments to combat the hot and humid weather in Hong Kong. The result of which aims to hydrate, firm up and brighten the skin with immediate effect. Combined with high-performance formulas from Bliss, Natura Bissé, Carol Joy, Vie and more, the innovative tech delivers intensive repair and cellular hydration with collagen-boosting and lifting effects. The four cryo face therapies include four treatments (from $3,390): Skin deep filler; neo age; derma feed intensive care; and skin repair electroporation cryo facial therapy. All of which can be boosted with a 45-minute add on ($1,990) for an extra boost. Science aside, the results can be seen the moment the treatment is over and you look into the mirror. Skin appears smoother and plumper with many of the impurities cleared. This is the quick-fix treatment you'll want to treat your skin to, especially having been behind a protective face mask for so long, and go out confide
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The Langham, Hong Kong’s Artesian bar launches a Gin’finity Journey this October
Hong Kong’s love affair with gin is bolstered by the continued expansion and innovation of the local and international craft distilling industry. Over the past years, we have seen more bottles coming out in the market, and various Hong Kong bars have been extending their gin offerings, but if you are after the largest selections of quality gin labels in the city, look no further than The Langham, Hong Kong’s romantic Art Deco-style bar Artesian. Photograph: Courtesy The LanghamI Artesian bar Photograph: Courtesy The Langham I Gin and tonic Artesian is the sister location of the world-famous and multi-awarded bar of the same name in The Langham, London. Along with an Instagrammable stylish interior and an impressive cocktail programme, the bar stocks close to 500 gins in their collection, making the spot one of the best gin bars to hit up in the city. The bar’s carefully curated gin selection highlights the art and craftsmanship of the gin distilleries. Divided into four different flavour profiles – ranging from distilleries in Hong Kong, Japan, Sweden, England, Mexico, and beyond – the gin menu has something for everyone. You can find popular brands such as Hong Kong N.I.P gin, Cambridge Distillery’s Japanese Gin, as well as the unique Hernö’s High Coast Terroir Gin made using botanicals from Sweden’s UNESCO World Heritage Site High Coast. Guests can sample these gins as neat, as a perfectly served G&T, or as a signature cocktail crafted by their talented bartenders
Watch the highlights from our Moonrise Picnic and be the first to know about our latest events
Earlier this month, Time Out Hong Kong debuted its Moonrise Picnic at China Hong Kong City. The open-air event attracted more than 100 guests and featured a specially curated dinner (packed in good ol’ fashioned wicker baskets of course) served against a backdrop of our home city’s iconic skyline. As Pilsners were poured and fine wines sipped, guests also had a chance to hear from some of Hong Kong’s finest singer-songwriters, including Per Se, Shandy Gan, Cath Wong and Jules O’Brien. Check out all the highlights from that evening in our video below. We’ll be planning more Time Out experiences in the upcoming months, including our inaugural Bar Awards party on December 5 (details to be announced). In the meantime, be sure to sign up for our newsletter for first-hand information on all our events.
Sail away on luxury with Connexus Travel
Life without travel has been a little monotonous lately, to say the least. So, when news of cruises returning to the oceans came around, it's safe to say that the excitement was felt by all. Thankfully, it’s not just any voyage we’re talking about. Connexus Travel, the first travel agent to register in Hong Kong with over 70 years of travel management experience and an exclusive member of the leading travel network Virtuoso, has a comprehensive partnership with cruise lines including Regent Seven Seas Cruises and Oceania Cruises. Providing tailor-made products and services to meet diverse travel needs, Connexus Travel is offering unique experiences from the two sister cruise lines. Oceania Cruises, known for serving 'The Finest Cuisine at Sea' and its destination-driven trips, holds a fleet of six ships, three of which: Riviera, Insignia, and Sirena, will be returning to sea by late 2021, along with Marina which has already been scheduled to set sail from Copenhagen in August 2021. Meanwhile, luxury all-inclusive cruise liner Regent Seven Seas Cruises will return with the ‘world’s most luxurious fleet’ of five ships for extraordinary experiences in spacious and stylish all-suite accommodations to destinations across the world. Oceania Cruises Oceania Cruises - Hands-on cooking classes on M/S Marina and M/S Riviera Choose from the highlighted itineraries with Oceania which all include pre-paid gratuities with Virtuoso and special offers that can also be combined with OLife Cho
A taste of Japan’s comfort cuisine at Grill Tajimaya
Hong Kong’s love for Japan and its cuisine knows no bounds, and for many of us, it brings us all comfort to know that we can enjoy great Japanese cuisine right here in this city. This comfort also comes in the form of Japanese feel-good foods including the Japanese grilled Hamburg steak which brand founder Naoki Nishimura, who has lived in Hong Kong for over a decade, swears by whenever he is homesick. By sharing this comfort food, Nishimura also hopes to bring comfort to Hongkongers during this time when it’s needed most. The restaurant is under the group of Tajimaya – one of Hong Kong’s largest importers of high-quality Japanese Wagyu – which makes for equally excellent Hamburg steaks. Similar to the ground beef patties in a hamburger, the Hamburg steak was made popular by migrating Germans and became popular in the 60s as a staple dish in Japanese culture. This has now morphed into the comfort food that it is today and is served in a multitude of ways. Sometimes it is topped with cheese, and other times, Japanese curry, and even Italian-style tomato sauce. Hamburg steak with black pepper mushroom sauce Signature Hamburg steaks at Grill Tajimaya are made of 100 percent chilled Japanese Wagyu, which makes for an incredibly juicy and tender patty that just melts in the mouth. Hamburg steak highlights include variations of sauces and accompaniments on a sizzling hot teppan such as a glossy and intensely flavoured red wine demi-glace sauce; a vegetable wafu, or Japanese-style,
TiNDLE, chicken made from plants, debuts in Hong Kong
TiNDLE, chicken made from plants, just landed in Hong Kong! Developed by Singapore-based global food tech company Next Gen, and made with chefs for chefs, TiNDLE is the hottest chicken experience to enter Hong Kong’s culinary scene. It’s packed with protein (17g per 100g serving) and free of antibiotics, hormones, and contains less saturated fat and sodium compared to other meat alternatives in the market. Made from nine non-GMO, non-novel ingredients all made of plants and guaranteed no nasties, this tasty chicken is not only good for you but also for the planet. Compared to conventional chicken farms, chicken made from plants uses 74 percent less land, 82 percent less water, and emits 88 fewer greenhouse gas emissions. Bo Innovation's smoked TiNDLE Sichuan taco; Alvy's TiNDLE pizza So grab your friends, and be the first to try it in the city. TiNDLE will be available at 19 restaurants across Hong Kong and Macau which include two-Michelin starred restaurant Bo Innovation, Balinese restaurant Poem by Le Comptoir, K-Town pizzeria Alvy’s, and many more. TiNDLE Sando at Doubleshot; Honey Mustard TiNDLE Chicken Bagel at 404 Plant To celebrate the launch, TiNDLE is giving away 100 free TiNDLE dishes at Doubleshot in Central, 404 Plant in Sheung Wan, and Big Birdy’s Wan Chai branch on Ship Street from July 5 to 7. Starting at 1pm each day, the first 100 customers can order a complimentary TiNDLE Sando at Doubleshot on July 5, Honey Mustard TiNDLE Chicken Bagel at 404 Plant on Ju
Enjoy the month-long Chablis wine tastings and deals in Hong Kong this summer
It's officially summer in the city, and though we have occasional rain showers, the weather is hot and humid and calls for invigorating activities that will help beat the warm weather. Aside from water activities near the beach or dining in air-conditioned restaurants, cold and refreshing drinks help us stay cool during the sweltering heat. For thirst-quenching crispness, aperitif, and fresh summer sippers, look no further than Chablis wine. Catch tasting sessions and wine deals in 27 wine shops and 17 online stores in Hong Kong, featuring 30 domains of Chablis wines I Photograph: Courtesy Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB)/Julia Broad Chablis (shah-blee) wines are made from the Chardonnay grape variety that comes from the northern part of the Bourgogne (Burgundy) region in France, between Paris and Beaune. Petit Chablis and Chablis appellations rarely use oak-ageing, resulting in crisp wine with deep flint-like minerality and salinity accompanied by floral aromas, citrus notes, and fresh and balanced acidity. The minerality and acidity in Chablis wine make it an excellent wine for food pairing. It's a great match for seafood, and to pair with Western or Asian dishes, any kind of cheeses, fried food, and even spicy dishes. Chablis (shah-blee) wines come from France, in the northern part of the Bourgogne (Burgundy) region I Photograph: Courtesy Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB)/Aurélien Ibanez To celebrate the arrival of summer, the Bourgogne wine region invites Hongkongers to discover a
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Star Street has been named as one of the 30 coolest streets in the world
Every year, Time Out polls thousands of people around the globe for the annual Time Out Index survey, asking them about their favourite neighbourhoods in the city. Last year, we released the 40 coolest – and kindest – neighbourhoods in the world, and not only was Sham Shui Po one of them, but the district also made it to the top three. This year, our annual survey quizzed 27,000 city-dwellers and local experts which specific streets they think are the coolest when it comes to food, fun, culture, and community – and Hongkongers responded with the hip and happening Star Street in Wan Chai. Star StreetStar Street is part of the quaint Starstreet Precinct neighbourhood, composed of narrow, pedestrian-friendly streets – Wing Fung Street, Moon Street, Sun Street, and St. Francis Yard – well-loved for its variety of shops, art galleries, restaurants, bars, and quirky cafes. Star Street acts as the entryway to all the surprises this neighbourhood has to offer, and its laid-back yet vibrant energy is what makes it one of the coolest enclaves in the city. Spending a day here feels like taking a trip around the world because of the variety of international offerings, from independent labels to dining and drinking experiences. You can start the day with a hot cuppa from APT. Coffee or tea at Basao Tea in Moon Street, or CBD coffee at Elephant Grounds in Wing Fung Street. There’s also an endless array of dining options, from Italian fares at chef Gianni Caprioli’s Giando to French-Canto
Get ready to fly to new heights with Flight Level Hong Kong
Travel may be temporarily off the cards, but that doesn’t mean you can’t fly. At Hong Kong’s modern aviation ground school and academy Flight Level, you can experience the magic of flying a plane with their state-of-the-art PA-28 motion simulator and take to the skies virtually. Made for aviation enthusiasts and aspiring pilots alike, Flight Level offers multiple degrees of flight training that allow you to fly to new heights and guide you towards your customised pilot career. A pilot-to-be and flight instructor Perfect for beginners, you can enjoy the exhilarating experience of flying the skies with your feet firmly on the ground in Flight Level’s 90-minute simulated trip ($ 1,300 per session) over the world’s most amazing cities. Treat yourself to an immersive flight or gift it, and share this fun and unique experience with friends and family. Inside the simulator The ‘Introduction to Aviation’ motion flight simulator experience requires no prior background or experience, and includes two online lessons before potential pilots go through a pre-flight briefing on the day. From there, the immersive flight simulator experience begins, giving you the chance to sit in the captain’s seat, strap in, and get to grips with the realistic aircraft controls. Fully qualified commercial pilots will guide you as you practice taking off and landing safely in a flight simulation that offers synchronised real motion environment as you fly through the scene shown on the simulator’s visual dis