Things To See And Do In Wan Chai, Hong Kong


 Wan Chai is known as a historical landmark with a variety of activities. This article will introduce some of the most exciting places in this area that you should visit.

 Heritage Trail Wan Chai

 

The Wan Chai Trail, also known as the walking trail, was launched in 2009. The total time to get to the end of this road is about 2 hours and there are all 15 stops for visitors to rest. The architecture here includes the Green House, Wan Chai Market, South Koo area, Pakai Temple, Wan Chai Old Post Office and Hung Shing Temple. Walking along this historic route is a way for you to better understand the culture and architecture here. 


The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center is located on Victoria Harbor
The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center is located on Victoria Harbor
 

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center

 

The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center (HKCEC) is the symbol of Wan Chai City. With a similar architecture to the Sydney Theater, this building was built on the wasteland and is home to exhibitions throughout the year, including the Book Fair, anime, comic books and contests jewelry price. There are also restaurants and an area reserved for exhibitions of archival collections.

 

Tamar Park

 

With an area of ​​180,000 square meters and designed as a permanent green city, Tamar Park is a place where people can relax, take a walk or have a small party outdoors. In addition, there is a 240-seat space, a garden and a coffee shop. This place is really the perfect place to relieve stress after hard days.

 

Hong Kong Arts Center

Do not miss the Hong Kong Arts Center when you travel to Wan Chai

Do not miss the Hong Kong Arts Center when you travel to Wan Chai

 

The Hong Kong Arts Center is a non-profit, non-governmental organization. Includes a cafe, theater, gallery, classroom. Art lovers can find audio, video, photography and ceramics materials. This place is considered a cultural treasure of Hong Kong art. It is also a place to regularly organize international programs and seminars. Arts Center belongs to North Hong Kong. There are also many destinations for visitors to visit.

 

Oddies Foodies

 

Oddies Foodies is a place famous for its desserts. If you come here in the summer, Oddies will always have all kinds of cool drinks for you. The best-selling food in the tavern is usually low-fat dishes that combine with eggs to create the most popular street food. This is one of the places you should go if you want to understand more about Wan Chai.

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TED's lookout

 

TED's Lookout is located at the corner of Moon Street, outside is hanging many pots of trees. The highlight of this place is in the classic style and the hambuger cake. You can freely choose dishes like: beef, chicken, sauce or whatever you like to eat. Or if you do not want to eat meat sandwiches. You can also choose other dishes available on the menu.

 

Ted's Lookout is a restaurant & Bar in Wan Chai
Ted's Lookout is a restaurant & Bar in Wan Chai 

Lockhart Road Bars

 

An alternative to going to Lan Kwai Fong (LKF), you can do more at Lockhart Road. This is an extremely flashy place, once chosen as the setting of the movie "The World of Suzi Wong". The drinks here are more attractive than the LKF, which is half the price. The well-known bar is the Carneige. One of the most famous bars since 1994, located on the road between Luard Road and Fenwick

 

Dim Sum Restaurant

 

Wan Chai has many Dim Sun restaurants (Dim Sun means touching your heart). One of the most famous ones is Fook Lam Moon with its main branch at Wan Chai. It was named 'Cafeteria for the Wealthy' because many celebrities had dinner there. You can also choose Guo Fu Lou as different celebrities have dinner there.

 

Pak Tai Temple in Cheng Chau Island, Hong Kong to honor the Taoist Sea God
Pak Tai Temple in Cheng Chau Island, Hong Kong honor the Taoist Sea God

 

Pak Tai Temple

 

This temple was built to honor Taoist Taoist Pak Tai. This is the oldest temple and holds a very important position of the city. This place still holds the sword, gilded gold from the Qing Dynasty, Song Dynasty. This is considered a venue for festivals with bright and exotic colors, especially the Bun festival.

 

Tai Yuen Market

 

If you need a walk to find the roots, go to Tai Yuen. This is the place to display antiques that will surely bring back many memories to those born before 1980. The toys on the streets of Tai Yuen include modern toys like Barbies, Peppa Pig, Transformers and Thomas Tank Engine. There are also baby clothes, swimwear, and other types.






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