Louise Tam explores the heritage institutions that are being reimagined – whilst still respecting the city’s local talent
A juxtaposition of Chinese and international influences, where ancient collides with achingly hip, makes this Hong Kong neighbourhood attractive for any kind of traveller
Street food in Hong Kong is so good that the Michelin Guide decided to give it its own category. Few places do noodles like Ying Kee
Tumbling down the hillside to the edge of Victoria Harbour, Sai Ying Pun is a neighbourhood on the up. Escalators connect the tiered streets of this rapidly developing yet resolutely traditional area, which extends from waterside Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park up to the appropriately named High Street and Bonham Road, far above. The dried fish and seafood industry that put the neighbourhood on the map when it was settled in the 19th century is still booming, but traditional businesses now stand in bold contrast to stylish new eateries, contemporary galleries and trendy bars – from which...