Where vibrant and modern meets classic and colonial, part sophisticated metropolis and part cultural epicentre, Hong Kong is a total feast for the senses. No better way to experience a city split between the old world and the new world than on the streets themselves with W Hong Kong Insider Charlie Lin.
50 Tung Street, Lower Ground Floor, Sheung Wan
This concept shop aims to bring back the discovery and excitement of the shopping experience. With design collaborations within the local Hong Kong creative community and abroad, the shop encourages multicultural creative dialogs in one cool new space.
41-49 Aberdeen Street, Central
This Mediterranean restaurant and bar has an amazing outdoor terrace. It’s the perfect space to relax, cocktail in hand, and enjoy some mezze while people watching.
1 Austin Road West, 110th Floor, Kowloon
The highest indoor observation deck in Hong Kong, Sky100 is connected to the W Hotel and is the ultimate spot to soar high above the city on the 100th floor of the tallest building in town. With a striking view of the waterfront boulevard, a city skyline provides the backdrop for a gastronomic adventure as you explore the alfresco restaurants of the vast city below.
20 D’Aguilar Street
A hidden mexican restaurant tucked in an alley in Lan Kwai Fong. Try nemo tacos or the oxtail croquettes while sipping on a Cubano.